Randy Seaver

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Randy Seaver
Born 1940's.
Brother of [private brother (1940's - unknown)] and [private brother (1950's - unknown)]
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Account confirmed 2 November 2010 | Randy's 5651 contributions | 161 thank-yous received
Last profile change on 11 December 2014
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I am a native San Diegan, a graduate of San Diego High School (1961), of San Diego State University (1966, Bachelor of Science Aeronautical Engineering), and a retired aerospace engineer (Rohr Industries 967-1997, Goodrich 1997-2002).

My wife (Angel Linda) and I have two lovely daughters, and four darling grandchildren. We love to visit them and have them visit us. Angel Linda and I love to travel to visit friends and relatives, to sightsee, to cruise or to do genealogy. Our travels have taken us all over the USA, to England and Scandinavia.

I started pursuing genealogy research in 1988 because I wanted a new avocation, and it quickly turned into an addiction. I started a yearly family newsletter which is now 16 pages sent each Christmas to the extended family (children, siblings, cousins, whether they want it or not!). By 1992 I was active on the Prodigy message boards, and have been online ever since.

I started using Family Tree Maker genealogy software in 1995, and now use RootsMagic 4, Legacy Family Tree 7 and Family Tree Maker 2011. My research into my own ancestors, mty wife's ancestors, my cousins ancestors, the Seaver surname, and several other surnames, have resulted in a database of about 40,000 persons.

I write quite a bit now.

  • The Genea-Musings blog ([1]) features personal research, software and website reviews, and genealogy news and opinion.
  • The Geneaholic blog ([2]) is a daily genealogy journal.
  • The South San Diego County Graveyard Rabbit blog ([3]) is about San diego area cemeteries
  • The Chula Vista Genealogy Cafe blog ([4]) is the blog of the Chula Vista Genealogical Society.
  • The "Genealogy 2.0" column in the Federation of Genealogical Socieites (FGS) FORUM magazine ([www.fgs.org]).

I also speak regularly on genealogical topics to Southern California area genealogical societies, and teach the 4-session "Beginning Computer Genealogy" course (8 hours) at the San diego OASIS adult education center.

My genealogical society memberships include:

  • National Genealogical Society ([www.ngsgenealogy.org])
  • New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) ([5])
  • San Diego Genealogicalk Society (SDGS) ([6])
  • Computer Genealogy society of San Diego (CGSSD) ([7])
  • Chula Vista Genealogical Society (CVGS) ([8])

In my spare time, I like to read historical novels and mysteries, and to watch the San Diego Padres baseball team, the San Diego Chargers NFL team, and the San diego State Aztecs teams on television. We have a 20-game season ticket package to the Padres.

Contact me via email at rjseaver@cox.net

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On November 25, 2014 at 21:32GMT David Wilson wrote:

Hi Randy, Thanks for completing the two merges. There is another Anthony/ Anthonius Trimmer 32-->12 pending. My Willson and Trimmer line commenced in the early 19th century. Sadly, I've decided to place the vast majority of my lineage as red privacy since many contain minimal unsupported coding and that is a controversial subject right now. http://www.wikitree.com/g2g/109891/proposed-creative-design-custom-formatting-inside-biographies

I wonder how Staff and Leaders will handle all of the previous "Profile of the Week" winners?

Cheers!

* David *

On November 23, 2014 at 01:47GMT Vic Watt wrote:

Randy, I see you have a bunch of Hildreth profiles. Take a look at the Hildreth One Name Study. Can you add anything? Thanks, Vic

On October 14, 2014 at 03:44GMT Carole Partridge wrote:

See my new question on G2G: http://www.wikitree.com/g2g/103600/how-do-we-handle-unattached-profiles-with-no-data

Maybe we'll get some official answers.

On October 9, 2014 at 06:43GMT Rosalind Alley wrote:

Thank you Randy for doing such a fantastic job with your research and data regarding the decendents of Richard Wait-31 he and I go way back!

On August 4, 2014 at 10:48GMT Jennifer Wilson-Pines wrote:

Thanks for helping to get the Barbers merged.

On June 21, 2014 at 13:24GMT Bob Scrivens wrote:

Nice job on Mary Fish profile, Randy. This one turns out to be quite complicated, even has a daughter named Mary.

Just out of curiousity, how did you find out about Portsmouth?

On April 29, 2014 at 15:50GMT William Fox wrote:

Hello Randy, Thanks for adding me to the Allen Family research. I am also a descendant of the Tripp Family. This gets pretty deep. My e-mail address is: foxy4401@hotmail.com if you have any questions for me. I need advise on my Allen Lineage, please. Your Cousin Bill Fox.

On March 17, 2014 at 23:33GMT Kimalee Dille wrote:

Randy,

I was just trying to find information on a 9th generation grandmother who is a Wade and saw your Samuel Wade, born 31 Dec. 1683, died - 9 Dec. 1738 his wife was Lydia Newhall. I was wondering if you need his parents still? I have a copy of their family group sheet, with Samuel as their 6th child. His father is Major Nathaniel Wade born - 1647, died - 28 Nov. 1707. His mother was Mercy Bradstreet born - 1647 died - 5 Oct. 1714 in Medford, Middx, Mass. She was the daughter of Govenor Simon Bradstreet and Anne Dudley. Anne was the daughter of Govenor Thomas Dudley who helped establish Harvard college. So Samuel has quite the lineage. Anyway, I don't really know how to work this site and I didn't know how to make an edit. I hope that you find this info useful! Best wishes, Kimalee

On February 17, 2014 at 21:49GMT Regina Shamblin wrote:

Thank you kindly for adding me to John Tripp's trusted list. I appreciate it quite a bit.

On November 2, 2010 at 23:24GMT Chris Whitten wrote:

Hi Randy,

Welcome to WikiTree!

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask. You can browse our Help pages, or post questions, comments, or suggestions on the WikiTree Facebook page or on Twitter (WikiTreeOnline). If you want to keep it private, e-mail me at chris at wikitree.com.

Cheers,

Chris Whitten, Webmaster