|My father,with my sister and brother-about 1968|
Monday, October 14, 2013
The Pain Of Genealogy
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I'm sure that pain was the reason those that survived slavery passed so few stories about it onto their children and grandchildren. And why I know so little about my mother's father's family. The memories were just too painful. The same way that soldiers don't talk about the wars.ReplyDelete