06 December 2011
|Bob & Larry|
At approximately 10:00 a.m., two buses containing 94 researchers arrived at the Archives. I (Larry Ulmer) was doing the “WalMart Greeting” by holding one of the doors open while wearing my conference nametag. A gentleman (Bob Harper) with an Indiana Jones hat asked if I was an Ulmer from Walterboro. I said yes and he replied, “We will talk later.“ Later that afternoon we met in the break room, with my laptop, and discovered that we may have a connection back to the later 1700s. The connection could be the Rev. Richard Bryan who married Elizabeth Harper. Since I was a volunteer for the Family History Conference, I checked my schedule and told Bob that I could do a personal tour of
and Walterboro on Friday afternoon. Colleton County
|Bob & Larry at Longhorn|
At 3:00 p.m. on Friday the 13th we met at the Holiday Inn in
|Bob & wife Mary|
Larry is Lawrence Ulmer fromLarry is Director for the Old St. Bartholomew Chapter of the South Carolina Genealogical Society.
Columbia, South Carolina
Larry is Treasurer for the South Carolina Genealogical Society
Larry is Webmaster for the South Carolina Genealogical Society
Bob is Dr Robert Harper from
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