This project included website design, simple logo creation and the design of their websites banner. We also integrated The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding software into A Common Grace’s website. We completed a simple logo design for A Common Grace by using the founders husband's painting as the image and then put text over the image. It was a simple logo project but it gave A Common Grace some branding.
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A Common Grace
Durham, North Carolina 27701
A Common Grace was created by Janet O. “Phoebe” Kilby, who is a descendant of John Kilby of Culpeper County, Virginia (1715 – 1772). Her intent is to document on this website persons enslaved by her family and the descendants of those enslaved persons. (Note that her ancestors are well documented on the Kilby Genealogy Community website.) A Common Grace site will eventually document other persons enslaved in Culpeper, Rappahannock and Madison counties, Virginia, prior to the end of the Civil War in 1865 and their descendants, as descendants of those enslaved persons supply the data.