Two Davis Genealogy Breakthroughs This Week!! Watch & Learn What We’ve Learned

Hi Davis Family Pioneers collective community. Based on your online input and sharing, I've been able to piece together two HUGE pieces of the tree. The first is the actual genetic link between Barnabus and Foulk Davis. I knew they were connected because we have DNA in the Barnabus line but have lots of matches … Continue reading Two Davis Genealogy Breakthroughs This Week!! Watch & Learn What We’ve Learned

Davis Kin : Check Out The Beautiful Land Of Our Ancestors

Hi all from around the country and world who follow this blog to learn more about our collective ancestry. Yesterday was probably peak foliage here in East Tennessee. I thought you all would love to see how gorgeous this area is where our ancestors carved the first roads and hunted, trapped, stood up pioneer cabins … Continue reading Davis Kin : Check Out The Beautiful Land Of Our Ancestors

My Evening VLOG on Davis Family Genealogy: For Davis Clan This Is A 3-Part Evening Discussion Of Davis Lineage

This is a multi-part video I have done this evening on sharing the Davis Kinship history of Appalachia. You will get the next videos to link to at the end of this video as well as all three being listed below. Remember to subscribe to our youtube channel and ring the bell so you will … Continue reading My Evening VLOG on Davis Family Genealogy: For Davis Clan This Is A 3-Part Evening Discussion Of Davis Lineage

For The Extended Davis Clan: This Is For You: Thoughts On The Times We Are In

Hello extended Davis kin and lineages that link in. I wanted to share a poem I wrote last year with you all. As we all search for meaning in our ancestral tree and learn more about our extended family's history, we are drawn further and further and deeper and deeper into the foundational events of … Continue reading For The Extended Davis Clan: This Is For You: Thoughts On The Times We Are In

Here It Is: This Week’s Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ Session: The Historical Uses Of Lard, Suet and Tallow

As we all need to be more self sufficient and possibly exist at times with intermittent power, knowing all the many ways to use these amazing fat forms is valuable knowledge. The amount of health benefits as well is absolutely amazing. This will take you to our youtube channel and I encourage you to subscribe … Continue reading Here It Is: This Week’s Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ Session: The Historical Uses Of Lard, Suet and Tallow

Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ #4: The Historical Lost Art Of Using Suet, Lard & Tallow

Remember to subscribe to our youtube channel (HiBar Ranch Homesteading in AppalachiaTN) so you can be informed of our latest Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ free online knowledge sharing. We release the content every Friday morning at 10am (I do an early release Thursday evening for early watchers if you’re interested). This week’s topic is on the historical … Continue reading Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ #4: The Historical Lost Art Of Using Suet, Lard & Tallow

In Tribute To Powhatan (our ancestors) – This Week’s Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ Topic Is Ancient Foods: Squash & Pumpkins

This week's Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ topic "ancient foods: squash and pumpkins" is a tribute to our ancestors Chief Powhatan and Princess Nicketti, our direct line. As we look forward to Thanksgiving in the coming month, we can reflect back on the first Thanksgivings along the James River in Jamestown, the land of the Powhatan … Continue reading In Tribute To Powhatan (our ancestors) – This Week’s Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ Topic Is Ancient Foods: Squash & Pumpkins

Davis Family Pioneers Part 2: Delving More Deeply Into The Davis Kinship Tree

As a follow on to this morning's Davis Family Pioneers video, I have promised a second video today that covers three slides in great detail. This detail will help you see all three major Southern Davis lines and how ours fits into it along with many of you. From here we will share how the … Continue reading Davis Family Pioneers Part 2: Delving More Deeply Into The Davis Kinship Tree

Davis Family Pioneers Part 1: Learning About The Southern Appalachia Davis Kin – A Virtual Genealogy Session

Hello all you Davis genealogists who are seeking to learn more about our extended and extensive Davis clan that spent the early 1700s-1800s here in Appalachia. I've promised you all a video series going over the entire Davis lineage in detail. Here is video one. You'll want to follow each video I do on this … Continue reading Davis Family Pioneers Part 1: Learning About The Southern Appalachia Davis Kin – A Virtual Genealogy Session

Today’s Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ Topic: From Pilgrim to Pioneer ~ The Art Of Open Fire Cooking

For those of you who follow our Davis genealogy that covers the extensive Davis "network" of kin that encompassed the western edge of the Virginia frontier, here is our latest Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ topic on open fire cooking in early America. Our ancestors were on the Mayflower and also led the wagon trains across … Continue reading Today’s Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ Topic: From Pilgrim to Pioneer ~ The Art Of Open Fire Cooking