Linda, a native of New England, has been a resident of Georgia since 1985. After teaching mathematics in a couple of Georgia high schools for five years, she became a genealogical consultant. In her space time she builds websites for historical and genealogical societies and enjoys getting the manuscripts of others ready for printing. Linda loves crafty things such as quilting, soap making, and digital scrapbooking.

Linda Woodward Geiger is the principal researcher, author, and lecturer, of Woodward-Geiger.com (a subdivision of Vitaline, Inc.). Although she specializes in Georgia’s state and county records prior to 1900 and a variety of federal records, particularly of the southeast region of the United States, she has extensive experience in many other geographic regions of the United States. Her personal research involves New England records. She also specializes in methods for finding elusive ancestors–those mighty brick walls. Her list of lecture topics provides more details on specific records that she regularly studies.

Linda and J. Mark Lowe, CGsm, are the principals of Regional In-depth Genealogical Studies Alliance (RIGS Alliance), a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Genealogical Speakers Guild, the International Webmasters Association, and a member of numerous genealogical and historical societies.

She is an associate of the Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG), holding credentials as a Certified Genealogistsm and as a Certified Genealogical Lecturersm. She is the Treasurer of the Georgia Chapter of the Trail of Tears Association.

Linda is the principal researcher and publisher of WOODWARDs WeSearch, a project involving Woodwards (including spelling variations) in the United States.


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  1. Linda

    I just “discovered” your blog and enjoyed browsing. I’ll read it thoroughly this weekend. Your lectures have always been informative and beneficial so I’m not surprised that your blog is interesting as well!

  2. Karen Miller Bennett

    Hi Linda. I have nominated your blog for the One Lovely Blog Award. Karen’s Chatt, http://www.karenmillerbennett.com

  3. Adriana Gutierrez

    Hi Linda,
    I’m new to your blog, landed here by a roundabout way and it turns out we live nearby. My husband and I have a house in Pickens County just off of a Monument Road. My husband and some friends are interested in following Sherman’s Atlanta campaign from Chattanooga to Atlanta in the spring of 2015, so your blog points on that topic will be most interesting.

    I also saw your interest in Royal Worcester egg coddlers. There are lots of them for sale on eBay! If you need help navigating EBay I will be happy to help.

  4. Kerrin Rose

    Hi there! I am new to genealogy blogging & I’ve recently created a family history blog that is private & only open to read by my relatives. My question is, is there any documents or information that I should NOT put on the blog? For instance, I have my great grandfather’s passport & birth & death certificates of different family members. I’d really like to post photos of those types of documents on there but I’m not sure for security purposes. Seeing as the blog is only available to read by people that I approve, I think I’m “ok” but I wanted to ask everyone’s opnion first. Thank you so much!

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