Gail (Irvin) Cox

Gail (Irvin) Cox

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Gail A. Cox formerly Irvin
Born 1940's.
Account confirmed 29 November 2011 | Gail's 18558 contributions | 156 thank-yous received
This page has been accessed 10,337 times.

Categories: Cocoa Beach, Florida | Categorization Project | Sea Cliff, New York | Commerce, Georgia | Cape Canaveral, Florida | Coral Gables, Florida | Eulenberger or Eilenberger Interest Group | Mac Interest Group | Irvin-110 | WikiTree Leaders.



Contents

Wikitree Guidance

I'm working on some help pages for users who might be afraid to use categories. This is very much a work in progress.


Essay Pages on Wikitree and in Google Docs

I have found essay writing to be sometimes easier to do and read on google docs when illustrations need to be put in the midst of a description. Therefore some of the links below will take you to my shared google docs. I have put links on those essays back to this page so you will find it easy to navigate back. The links to google doc essays open in a new window or tab.

  1. A Family Story
  2. Unintended Consquences and Family Trees.
  3. A list of my family names and where they came from fround by clicking: FAMILY NAMES
  4. The ship Johan Simon Heller and his father Johann Christoph Heller came to America on is The Winter Ship Galley.
  5. The 1903 book that contains the genealogy of the Duryea family is the Documentary History of the Nederdeutsche Gemeente


New York

  1. Links and more can be found for Village of Sea Cliff
  2. Brookville, Long Island, New York Church that played a strong part in Duryea family history Wolver Hollow Dutch Reform Church
  3. Long Island Cemeteries. A page giving information on Long Island Cemeteries that have a relationship to our Tree. Long Island Cemeteries

Pennsylvania

Family Story

  1. Page on how municipalities work in Pennsylvania. Municipalities Summary
  2. A look at the Delaware River Gap in Pennsylvania. The Gap
  3. Heartbreaking Destruction in Philadelphia The Destruction of Monument Cemetery.
  4. Middle Smithfield Township Information
  5. Smithfield Township, Monroe County, Information
  6. Stroud Township Information
  7. Monroe County Information
  8. Shawnee Information
  9. Poplar Valley, Stroud Township
  10. Pike County Information
  11. Northampton County
  12. Prospect Cemetery
  13. Shawnee Presbyterian Church
  14. Neighbors Unrelated people who were living in Monroe County at the same time of my ancestors.
  15. Asylum Township Information
  16. Mt. Bethel Presbyterian Cemetery


My Photo Albums

I have a generic photo page Gail Photos. I use this to hold images that are common to more than one ancestor or images that I want to use on the left side in wiki profiles.

My family photo albums are located at zenfolio where I pay for storage and a website. My personal photos are password protected to protect my grandchildren and their families. If you email me I will give you the password. You can go to grabmemories albums here.


About Me

I am a 60 something grandmother of four who has discovered genealogy as a hobby. My husband John and I enjoy cruising on our vacations. We live in Commerce, Georgia in an old antebellum which is a constant work in progress. I have the most wonderful grandchildren in the world.

I'm always happy to meet distant cousins and will gladly share any information that I have.

Advance Directive

To aid WikiTree in the administration of my account should I be incapacitated, or in the event of my death, I hereby give permission for all private profiles I'm managing to be transferred to the following WikiTreers, whether or not they are currently on the Trusted Lists:

Cindi Irvin Bill Irvin







Only the Trusted List can access the following:

  • Gail's formal name
  • full middle name
  • e-mail address
  • exact birthdate
  • birth location
  • personal memories about Gail (1)
  • images (76)
  • family tree
  • father's name
  • mother's name
  • siblings' names
  • spouse's name
  • childrens' names

For access to Gail Cox's full information you must be a logged-in community member and on Gail's Trusted List.




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Comments

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  1. Public Bulletin Board: You need to be a community member and logged-in to post bulletin board comments. (Best for comments to or about Gail that can be public. Limit of 10 per day.)
  2. Private Message: You can also send a private message to Gail. (Best for comments to Gail that need to be private.)

Public Bulletin Board

On April 4, 2014 Eowyn Langholf wrote:

Hi Gail! I wish I could take credit but the categories were Kirsty Ward's idea to help us be able to easier find content to socialize and she set up all those categories! I don't know that people will go out of their way to add profiles that aren't quite so famous but if you would draft me a disclaimer ("We encourage you to only add famous/infamous people etc etc...") then I will add it to those categories. Thanks!


On April 1, 2014 Thomas Lawrence 'Tom' Shaw wrote:

What a nice surprise! I opened my profile today to find out that you've awarded me a community star for helping out with the Categories Project. Thanks, Gail, your hard work and leadership is inspirational to many Wikitreers, including me!


On March 11, 2014 Lynden Rodriguez wrote:

Hi, Gail! Thank you for your input. I am still working on understanding categorizations. However, I am requesting refinement in the religion categories. I am sorry to say, whoever put the current groupings together does not understand the meaning of orders in the Catholic Church. Even I do not know it all. But I am willing to learn other religious categorizations. After the discussion on G2G (if there is any) I will retool where necessary. Thanks again.


On February 15, 2014 David Wilson wrote:

Hi Gail,

I've added Bio to Bowne-24 and edited out duplication. I've also initiated merge proposals on Bowne-39>34, Bowne 51>31. There needs to be a small bit of verification on spouses. this may help. The married last names of the ladies should also be addressed. Whenever you get the chance :)

Cheers!

David


On January 28, 2014 Cindi Goodall wrote:

Thank you so very much, Gail, for the endless amount of time you invested in keeping the family history recorded. So much patience and devotion is remarkable. Love you, Cindi


On December 24, 2013 Lianne Lavoie wrote:

Oh, also, I noticed that you removed the accents from the English versions of the El Salvador categories, but they have accents in English too (see Wikipedia:Cuscatlán Department).

~Lianne


On December 24, 2013 Lianne Lavoie wrote:

I just saw what you've been doing with the Spanish regional categories. I like it!

One thing I might change is the links to the other languages; I feel like they should be in the language they're linking to. That way if a Spanish speaker found themselves at Category:Regions, they'd easily be able to see how to get to the Spanish page. What do you think?

~Lianne


On December 16, 2013 Billy Blackstock wrote:

Thank you Gail for all the help you have given me on Categories. You have been a big, big help. I am now getting a better handle on it.

Thanks, Gail

From Billy Frank Blackstock


On December 12, 2013 Linda Stienstra wrote:

Thank you for all you've done to help me! You are a most dedicated and patient person and deserve a hearty round of applause from us newbies!

Thanks, Gail!!!


On October 17, 2013 Rob Howell wrote:

Gail, you have done a terrific job in editing dozens of profiles ... rather than click on a "thank Gail" for each, let me thank you for ALL!!!

Rob


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