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When you first contact me, please give me a brief overview of your research problem so we can determine a main goal you want to accomplish.  This will help me understand your problem ancestor and the research you’ve already done.

I abide by a codes of ethics set forth by the Association of Professional Genealogists and the Board for Certification of Genealogists (R).  Your personal information is kept confidential.

You can contact me by following the link below for more information.  I look forward to hearing from you!

To contact Angela Lucas at Southern Folk Finder, please click here to send an email or call 256-658-1616. 

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6 responses to “Contact Me

  1. crystal peterson

    Friday, April 5, 2013 at 7:28 pm

    Just wondering with your interests with northwestern Minnesota, by chance could your dad have been Earl Lucas? He would have lived in Hallock, Minnesota at one time. His mother was Reta Lang, Reta Lucas, Reta Hord during her life.

     
    • Angela Lucas

      Friday, April 5, 2013 at 11:03 pm

      Yes, that is my dad! And my Grandma Reta! Are we related?

       
  2. crystal peterson

    Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 12:00 am

    Hello Angela

    My name is Greg and I’m Crystal’s husband and yes we are related as my mother is Marjorie Peterson. That would make us first cousins!! My mother wanted to see if I could find you, as she had heard your older brother had passed away earlier this year. Let’s just say there’s many Angela Lucas’s out there. My mom will be very happy that I’ve located you, I’ll stop by and let her know I located you. My mom went to a funeral today of another relative in Pembina. Her name was Reta Louise Scott, and her maiden name was Finney. Her mother was Ruby Turner and her mother was Della Lang which was a sister of Grandma Reta

    Our Grandma Reta was an amazing lady, always happy and had a up beat personality for sure. Even the years she spent in the nursing home, she just had such a great out look on life. I can remember her being in a wheel chair, she couldn’t make the chair go straight and would just pump into the wall and she would just giggle. She said look around, many people in the home could walk around fine, but new nothing of what was going on. She was far better off as she new what was going on, her body just wouldn’t let her get around anymore.

    Glad I located you Your cousin Greg

     
  3. Angela Lucas

    Monday, April 8, 2013 at 3:23 am

    Hi, Cousin Greg,
    You can contact me directly at southernfolkfinder@gmail.com. Thanks for getting in touch!

     
  4. John Lodge

    Sunday, July 23, 2017 at 8:55 pm

    Angela,

    I have come across your site while researching my first cousin 4X removed, Henry Charles Lodge. Henry was the son of my third great grandfathers brother. Henry was born in Bristol , England in 1828 to Joseph Lodge and his wife Hannah Elizabeth Pearce Lodge. Henry joined the confederate Army in 1861. The last record I have on him is from his service record. It shows him being absent from the Army in Dec. of 1861 because of illness. He was reported to be in the Hospital in Hunstville, Alabama. This would have been the Huntsville Depot. Thought this might info might be of interest to you.

    Regards,
    John Lodge

     
    • Angela Lucas

      Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 9:10 pm

      John, thanks for sharing this story. Very interesting!

       

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