Children’s Lineage Societies | Adrienne Abiodun

Adrienne Abiodun is a Tampa, Florida based genealogist and family historian with special interests in genetic genealogy and genealogy for children. Her 2008 published children’s picture book “Isaac and the Bah Family Tree” is the playful tale of a young boy searching for his family tree. She is a member of a small handful of genealogical and lineage societies which include the Florida Genealogical Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil War and Sons & Daughters of the U.S. Middle Passage. She is also an active participant with the Children of the American Revolution of which her two young children are also highly engaged members. When she is not busy with family research for herself or others you can find Adrienne playing capoeira with her children, running, exercising, reading, writing and relaxing.

Today on Family History for Youth

  • Adrienne shares her passion for children’s lineage societies, particularly the Children of the American Revolution
  • Learn some of the great benefits of helping your child become a member
  • Be inspired by the the Chichi-Okobee Society CAR Martin Luther King Day Youth Genealogy Program.
  • Hear about some of the difficulties faced by minorities when choosing to apply for different societies

Connect with Adrienne
Website: nscar.org and sarasotacar.org/
Instagram: @ancestryadrienne

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