George Stradtman Jr.

George Stradtman Jr.

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Mr. George G. Stradtman Jr.
Son of [private father (1900's - 1980's)] and
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Account confirmed 5 June 2011 | George's 19887 contributions | 151 thank-yous received
Last profile change on 23 November 2014
13:41: George Stradtman posted a message on the page for George Stradtman. [Thank George for this]
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On November 23, 2014 at 18:41GMT George Stradtman wrote:

The information that I initially received spelled the given name of the man in my tree "Ephriam". Although I would think that there's a high probability that the name should be "Ephraim", I've seen some strange spellings that matched people's actual signatures and will leave things as-is until someone locates specific information. I have found an Ephraim Pratt with the same approximate y.o.b., but he spent his entire life in Massachusetts. Census records show Hannah (nee Pratt) Franklin as having been born in Tennessee in about 1790, married in Caldwell Co., KY, in 1811. It is possible, although unlikely, that her parents moved from MA south, raised her there, and then returned to Massachusetts. I haven't yet found a death record in an appropriate place between KY and AL for her dad.

On November 23, 2014 at 00:53GMT Nova Weller wrote:

I have a Ephraim Pratt born about 1762 near Boston who married an Ann Ballard. I that your line? If so would like to be on your Trusted List

Nova Weller

On November 20, 2014 at 21:04GMT Peter Roberts wrote:

If you wish to allow your Y-DNA results to be associated with your direct paternal line and help you and others who have tested, please change your privacy level to "Private with Public Family Tree."

Thank you and sincerely, Peter

On October 15, 2014 at 19:45GMT Victor Wilkie wrote:

Thanks again for all your assistance with the Wilkie family. Although, you'd already done so much groundwork, perhaps "assistance" isn't the right word. in any event, I am grateful!

On September 27, 2014 at 11:21GMT Janne Gorman wrote:

I appreciate your due diligence with thorough research of the family of Mary Hardy and Isaac H Holeman. If you would like any assistance with the endeavor, then add my name to the Trusted List for their family. Upon notification from WikiTree, I will spend some of my time helping unravel the situation. (They currently have 44 children, which is too much for ANY parents to handle.  :-)

On September 23, 2014 at 21:57GMT Nichole Mann wrote:

Dear Mr. Stradtman,

Hi! I was working on my family tree, and I noticed you have profiles on Frederick Wedeking, Kenneth Wedeking, and Matilda Herrmann. Frederick and Matilda were my great grandparents on my paternal grandmother's side. - Nicki

On August 9, 2014 at 03:39GMT Cindy Cornejo wrote:


My grandmother was Edna Stradtman Ezren. I have often spoken with my uncle, Charles Ezren, about genealogy, but am just now taking the plunge. I know you have done a lot of family work for us, and I am grateful. I'll be trying to update my profile and hope to be in touch soon. Cindy Benner Cornejo

On July 18, 2014 at 01:04GMT Michael Brown wrote:

Have been stuck on Hardie brown for years cannot find mother or father. Our brown branch was unknown for years by the Georgia browns. We live in Alabama. Thank you.

On June 19, 2014 at 18:42GMT Cynthia Billups wrote:

Thank you, George. That was super-quick.

On June 8, 2014 at 18:32GMT George Stradtman wrote:

Computer stopped working, just as I was about to catch up on genealogical correspondence, late in the week just past. I lost a week's worth of e-mails. If anyone is waiting on my answer to anything, please try contacting me again.

I'll be out of town for much of the coming month, so responses may be slower than usual.

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