Winn Parish Newspaper Column FAMILY HISTORY by Annette Womack
FAMILY HISTORY NEWS COLUMN
Annette Carpenter Womack
According to Diane Holeman, Winn Parish (LA) Enterprise news editor:
"Genealogy will be the topic of a new column launched by the Enterprise this week (Oct 6, 1999)...
Ms. Womack, a professional genealogist, has conducted research for clients in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Her roots are deep in Winn Parish soil... Family History will give data and information on and about Winn Parish, and will feature commentaries, information about family bible records, probate records, and courthouse material... queries... book reviews... the column will also offer general genealogical research tips and techniques."
"With over 30 years of family research with over 100 surnames, research extending before the year 1200 in Europe, and over 25 years of professional research across the South, Mrs. Womack is well-suited to her profession. She holds a BS degree from Northwestern State University and has accumulated some 200+ post-graduate hours." "Locally, she is currently president of the Winn Genealogical and Historical Association. " "The columnist is married to John Womack... they have seven children and 15 grandchildren, all of whom live in Winn Parish."
The column will be published weekly
in the following newspaper
Winn Parish Enterprise
P.O. Box 750,
Winnfield, LA 71483-0750
Phone: (318) 628-2712
Bob Holeman, publisher
Diane Holeman, news editor
Published each Wednesday
Local subscriptions: $20 per year
In State subsriptions: $34 per year
Out of State subscriptions: $46 per year
(If you subscribe, please mention my name. Thanks)
(date of publication)
Sikes Newsletters (Oct 6, 1999)
Legacies & Legends of Winn Parish - Oct issue (Oct 13, 1999)
Online Reseach (Oct 20, 1999)
Cockerham Cemetery (Nov 6, 1999)
Networking Your Genealogy (Nov 10, 1999)
The Adams Family (Dec 1, 1999)
The Old Natchitoches Magazine (Dec 8,1999)
The Carpenter Family (Dec 15, 1999)
1934 Civil War Pensioners (Dec 29, 1999)
Destruction of Cemeteries (includes Burnt Cemetery)
An 1890 Account of Winn Parish (Natural History & Statistics)
The Varnell Family (part 1)
The Varnell Family (part 2)
The Varnell Family (part 3)
Queries, data for publication, books to be reviewed, etc. must all deal generally with the local area. Please send to: Family History, P.O. Box 1320, Winnfield, LA 71483-1320.
Or by e-mail at LaResearch@aol.com.
Queries and data will be published as space provides. Books must include price and ordering information.
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