Julia Martha Case, of Alexandria, Virginia, died there 13 February 2008. Julie was a professional genealogist who specialized in transcription of colonial Virginia records.
She served as an instructor for the NGS' home study course, as a trustee of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), a board member of the Friends of the Virginia State Archives, the membership chairman of the Virginia Genealogical Society, and assistant sysop on GEnie's Genealogy RoundTable. She wrote articles that appeared in American Genealogy Magazine, the Friends of the Virginia State Archives Archives News and the Virginia Genealogical Society's Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, in the last of which her transcriptions of "Henrico County Record Book No. 2, 1678-1693" appeared from 1991 through 1998.
She was the co-moderator of Prodigy® Classic's Genealogy Interest Group and the editor of Missing Links and Somebody's Links newsletters. She was the original and long-time co-editor of the RootsWeb Review.
You can read Julie Case's full obituary at http://www.petuniapress.com.