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Genealogy Roadshow: Nashville

Follow a diverse cast of participants on an emotional journey that uses history and science to uncover their fascinating family stories. Each individual’s past will link to a larger community history, revealing the rich cultural tapestry of America. At the Belmont Mansion in America’s “Music City,” GENEALOGY ROADSHOW uncovers fascinating stories and mysteries about Tennessee citizens and their enigmatic relatives.

In Nashville, host Emmett Miller and participant Darlene Totty examine materials that could help uncover her genealogical background.

In Nashville, host Emmett Miller and participant Darlene Totty examine materials that could help uncover her genealogical background.

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Genealogist Joshua Taylor helps piece together the genealogical backgrounds of David Vaughn and Michelle in Nashville, Tenn.

Genealogist Joshua Taylor helps piece together the genealogical backgrounds of David Vaughn and Michelle in Nashville, Tenn.

Credit: Courtesy of David Bean

Marguerita Page is excited to learn about her family’s enigmatic past from genealogist Joshua Taylor.

Marguerita Page is excited to learn about her family’s enigmatic past from genealogist Joshua Taylor.

Credit: Courtesy of David Bean

Genealogist Kenyatta Berry reveals whether or not Michael and Janet Hatfield-Deweese are related to the notorious Hatfield family.

Genealogist Kenyatta Berry reveals whether or not Michael and Janet Hatfield-Deweese are related to the notorious Hatfield family.

Credit: Courtesy of David Bean

Sarah Jones discovers a long held family secret with the help of genealogist Joshua Taylor.

Sarah Jones discovers a long held family secret with the help of genealogist Joshua Taylor.

Credit: Courtesy of David Bean

Courtney Marie Jones, Bertie Greer and Edwin Kennedy discover their surprising family past with genealogist Kenyatta Berry.

Courtney Marie Jones, Bertie Greer and Edwin Kennedy discover their surprising family past with genealogist Kenyatta Berry.

Credit: Courtesy of David Bean

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britsmak | September 24, 2013 at 2:38 p.m. ― 1 year ago

For the black family who received a result that included the name of a black preacher, Marshall Keeble, you should know that this individual has ties to the civil rights movement today. Marshall Keeble was a preacher for the churches of Christ and endured many persecutions from the white townspeople wherever he he preached. During that time period he had a young black man named Fred Gray who traveled with him for a time, helping with his ministry. This Mr. Gray became a lawyer when he grew up and was the one who successfully defended Rosa Parks of public busing fame. This fact can be easily found on the internet along with the life and times as well as sermons of Mr. Keeble. I really enjoyed the Nashville show and will be recording and watching the entire series.

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