Please adopt Frederick Stuible, German immigrant to Canada, Michigan

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Please consider adopting Frederick Stuible (or Stuyble), born in Württemberg, Germany around 1836. He emigrated to Canada and then to Michigan, settling in Livingston County.

Frederick Stuible (1836-1909): https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Stuible-4

Phebe Euler (1838-1900), his wife: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Euler-202

George Jacob Stuible (1862-1898), son of Frederick and Phebe: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Stuible-2

Nettie Kanouse (1864-1936), his wife and daughter of Jacob Kanouse and Mabel Drake: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Kanouse-6

Walter John Stuible (1864-1930), son of Frederick and Phebe: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Stuible-3

WikiTree profile: Frederick Stuible
in The Tree House by Susan DeFoe G2G6 Mach 2 (24.3k points)
edited by Kylie Haese

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Hi, just wondering, are you trying to reduce the number of profiles on your watchlist? Is that why you orphaned them? It is okay if they are orphans. They do not need a profile manager. Maybe someone will join wikitree in the future who is related to them, and they will find the profile and adopt it.
by Kylie Haese G2G6 Mach 7 (75.4k points)
Kylie, these profiles are created under the Integrators project, which aims to create profiles for family members, especially ancestors, for profiles who have been tagged with the "Needs Profiles Created" category. Posting them for adoption on G2G is part of the Integrators project protocol. Yes, profiles are fine without a profile manager but profile managers who have a relationship with the person and family have more of an interest in improving and expanding the family line in the tree.

Great question; thanks for asking.

Oh, wow, I did not know that. Well you are doing a great job then. I suppose posting on the G2G makes people or possible future wikitreers and descendents know that they are available for adoption too hey?!

I must look up the integrators project because I just realised that I thought they were connectors which are two completely different things. I am very curious. smiley

Thank you for the great reply!

EDIT: After having a very quick glance at the project page, wow I was way off! 

There is just *so much* here on Wikitree that it can overwhelming. I have to pick and choose projects, and I alternate between them. Good luck, and have fun!

Susan

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