Welcome to my new blog!

Welcome to the new blog location!

I decided to move my blog to my own web server so please update your links and bookmarks accordingly. Why the move?

  • I needed additional flexibility in the look of my blog. When hosted on WordPress’s site, I am limited to small selection of themes. Now, I have hundreds to choose from!
  • I also wanted to use my own web server. Since I am paying for the space, I might as well use it
  • Now that I’m self-hosted, I can incorporate all kinds of neat functions that I couldn’t do on wordpress.com

Apparently, I chose a perfect time to do this too.  WordPress just released a new version of the software, and they unveiled a directory to select themes. The installation was also very easy. I still have some work to do in updating links, but I plan to move some of my other blogs first and then do that.

Comments (8)

  1. Craig Manson


    It looks good! I’ve been fooling around with some changes to mine; WordPress isn’t exactly easy! But soon, I’ll roll out something. So how many blogs do you have?!

  2. Kathryn Doyle

    Beautiful, Taneya. I love your new digs!

  3. Denise Olson

    I love the design! If you need any help “getting settled” drop me a note.

  4. RootsReading


    The place looks great! It seems you were able to make the transition fairly easy.

  5. RootsReading


    The place looks great! It seems you were able to make the transition fairly easy.


  6. AL

    Looks great. I’ve updated my links. don’t want to miss anything.

  7. kathleen

    I was doing some computer work and ran into your research regarding the Herschel V Cashin family. I just finish
    Sheryll Cashin’s book book “The Agitator’s Daughter: A Memoir of four generations of one extraordinary African-American Family.” Great read. She is coming to north Alabama for book signings in about a week or so.
    kathlucky at bellsouth dot net

  8. Verna Batttle Robinson

    I am researching my Princeville and Tarboro connections. I was born in Tarboro; my father’s people, the Battles, were from Tarboro. I am interested if there is a connection between the white and slave connections. Your resources will provide some promising leads as I continue my search. Thank you.

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