As Tri-State Genealogical Society’s new IT coordinator, I’m so excited to offer public information and resources here in Kassidy’s Corner.
When I’m not busy doing genealogy, I strive to promote and learn history via other outlets. I’ve obtained 16 new Veterans Affairs grave markers for Revolutionary War and Civil War veterans in my community, and I am also involved with cemetery preservation and maintenance. In fact, I recently received a grant and donations to place signs at cemeteries to aid people in finding their ancestors–just one way history preservation and genealogy coincide! I also host living history events in my community when possible, like a historic cemetery tour where individuals don historic attire and portray an early citizen from my community.
In my free time, I also enjoy reading, singing, antique shopping/collecting, visiting historical sites, hiking, and enjoying nature with my many rescue pets.
Here in Kassidy’s Corner, one offering will be photos from the Tri-State and surrounding areas. As a kinesthetic learner, I’m a firm believer that pictures really are worth a 1,000 words. Not only do photos aid in genealogical and historical research, they offer a valuable insight into the lives of Americans throughout the eras.
I look forward to sharing resources here. Be sure to check back often, as new resources are added.
Keep the history alive!
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