Gregory Lewis Goes Personal with The Launch of His Podcast That Shows His Family’s Relationship to The Founding Fathers of The United States

June 21 12:42 2022
His detailed records in the course of his research shows interesting historical proof that people from India were enslaved as well

Storytelling is the fundamental tool through which past experiences, precious memories, and even one’s identity can be passed on to generations yet unborn. Technology has reformed the storytelling process into longer-lasting and durable forms such as vlogs and podcasts. In a time when many people are unable to move forward because they are not aware of where they have come from, these modern storytelling platforms have become ideal avenues for the preservation of an individual’s journey and ancestry.

This is the case of Gregory Lewis, organizer of a revealing and vibrant podcast that aims to share the unknown story of his unique ancestry with the world. He had this to say about the podcast’s concept: “As I get older, I feel it is imperative that the story of my family is told and discovered by more people across the United States and beyond. I want the story of the Moncure family and our relationship to our nation’s founding fathers to bring new light to the ways slavery in America has impacted my ancestry from the very beginning of our nation’s history.”

Gregory Lewis’s story is a culmination of years of rigorous and intense research conducted by him and his relatives. Additionally, the purpose of the podcast is to raise money and awareness about the African American Moncure family who are related to George Washington’s mother; Mary Ball Washington, with documentation of his DNA that can be traced to Pharaoh Ramsey III. 

About Gregory Lewis

Gregory Lewis is a podcast creator and has an associate degree in communication from Stark Kent State University. He is also a family history record keeper.

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