a proud part of
My name is Trish Elliott-Kashima, and I serve as the County Coordinator for Hawaii County HIGenWeb, which I adopted in 2015. My husband's grandparents came from Japan to the Islands of Maui and Hawaii in the early 1900's and I lived on Oahu for three years as a child. I am also the County Coordinator for Whitfield County GAGenWeb since 2011, Marion County GAGenWeb since 2013; Talbot County GAGenWeb since 2017 and Beaverhead County MTGenWeb since 2016, Nome Bourough AKGenWeb since 2017 and Placer County CAGenWeb in 2018.
I have had a lifelong interest (obsession
my family's ancestry and in history in general. I used to look for answers to
people's "brick wall"
queries. Eventually I searched for a way to reach
and help more people with their genealogy, which evolved to my volunteering to be a County
Coordinator. I really enjoy being a County Coordinator - and I
you would too!
About the USGenWeb Project
Volunteer in any of the Special Projects:
USGenWeb Archives Project
USGenWeb African American Griots Project
USGenWeb Lineage Project
Tombstone Transcription Project
Volunteer in any of the Sub-Special Projects
USGenWeb Digital Map Library
The Pension Project
Church Records Project
Marriage Records Project
Family Group Sheet Project
Special Collections Project
The possibilities to volunteer in the USGenWeb Project are endless! Contact a County Coordinator, State Coordinator or Project Coordinator for
more information or to contribute transcriptions, photographs or records.
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This page was last updated on -02/11/2018