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Finding Charlotte - Reconnecting the Gibson and Cooper Families of the Bahamas

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by: Samuel Gibson
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Publication Date: June 20, 2015
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 166
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633188020
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Book Synopsis
Finding Charlotte is a work many years in the making which takes us on a remarkable journey through oral traditions, church records, legal documents and DNA verification. It accesses archives from the Bahamas, the United States and the United Kingdom to piece together and provide a comprehensive proof of Charlotte Cooper’s identity and the families descended from her. These pages bring new life to Charlotte and her descendants. Part I contains the proof argument identifying Charlotte Cooper and Part II is a narrative spanning six generations of her descendants in the Bahamas and the United States. This work is an example of the Genealogical Proof Standard at work with forewords from Dr. George E. Cooper and Patrick E. Wilson, both accomplished Genealogists with many years of experience chronicling our family history.
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About The Author
Samuel J. Gibson Jr. is a second generation Savannah Sound Gibson descendant of New York City who has been active in the field of Genealogy since 1991. He has tirelessly endeavored to organize and build on the foundations laid by early genealogists from several lines of his family. Some of his accomplishments in this field of research include; his appointment as International Genealogist for the Gibson Family Reunion Association (2007), The Descendants of Guinea Jim: a large narrative of the Gibson family of Savannah Sound (2009), completion of Boston University’s Genealogical Research course (2013), and The Legend of Guinea Jim: a proof argument identifying one of the earliest known ancestors of the Gibson, Thompson, Bullard and Sands families of Savannah Sound (2013).
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