We were entertained by Judge Singeltary's presentation of his family.  He said that genealogy to him was not just charts and dates but understanding the people and how they lived. I'm sure that most Pastfinder members agree.
 
He gained much of his knowledge of his family (and many of the pictures) from his Great Aunt Mary aunt who lived to be 105. He had pictures dating back to the middle 1800s and the one's he liked best were some of the family group photos. One taken in the early 1900s was of his family and their car on a ferry boat crossing the Withlacoochie River. They were all dressed up for a day's outing. Some family members served in the Civil War and one died; another member served in WWI. His grandfather and father were in the legal profession and were also involved in politics. All in all, a very impressive performance and Pastfinders thanks the Judge for his presentation.