Cheri Hudson Passey

Cheri Hudson Passey

About Cheri Hudson Passey

Cheri Hudson Passey is a Professional Genealogist, Instructor, Writer and Speaker. She is the owner of Carolina Girl Genealogy, LLC which provides research services as well as instruction and coaching though her Genealogy 1-on-1 classes. Born in South Carolina, Cheri has roots in the state for many generations. Her blog Carolina Girl Genealogy has helped tell the story of these ancestors and her research process. You can contact Cheri by email or by visiting her blog Carolina Girl Genealogy. Cheri Hudson Passey writes the Modus Operandi column for Going In-Depth Magazine.

Preserving Christmas and Other Greeting Cards   Recently updated !

Christmas 2018 is almost here! If you are like me, you are starting to get those wonderful Christmas cards in the mail from family and friends. Maybe they have written messages in those cards or just signed them. You are probably also getting those wonderful picture Christmas cards depicting your family or friends dressed in their best Christmas outfit. Are […]

Gifts from the Past – What’s Your Legacy

GeneaChat December 2018 Gifts from the Past-What’s Your Legacy? It’s that time of year when we search for gifts for friends and love ones. No matter our religious or cultural beliefs we look for what we can do to bring joy to those around us. Have you taken the time to think about the gifts your ancestors shared with you? […]

Thanking Our Veterans Recap – What are Y’all Saying?

GeneaChat: Thanking Our Veterans Recap-What are Y’all Saying?   November is a traditional month for giving thanks. It’s also the month we pay tribute to our nation’s Veterans, so what better than to put the two things together for GenacChat! We asked you to share your comments or links to posts written about your veterans. We asked “Who do you […]

Book Review: The Adoptee’s Guide to DNA Testing by Tamar Weinberg

New from Family Tree Magazine is a book designed to help adoptees and others who are struggling to find connections to their family tree. DNA may in many cases help provide information to help find adoptees or anyone with unknown parentage cases. The subheading states the purpose of the book: How to use Genetic Genealogy to Discover Long Lost Family. […]

Introducing Monuments Australia

My blog series focuses on some of my favourite free Australasian family history research websites, and this month’s focus is Monuments Australia which is a self-funded, non-profit organisation with a mission to record public monuments across Australia. There are many different types of monuments that record events, people or places. Monuments may be useful for family history research as well as […]

Thanking Our Veterans 9

GeneaChat November 2018: Thanking Our Veterans November is a month of feeling gratitude for the many blessings we have in our lives. It’s also the month we celebrate our Veterans. Many of us have family members who have served or are serving in the military. For our GenaChat this month we would like to honor and thank them for their […]