New member introducing myself

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Hello, of course, I am here to continue to discover my family ancestry. I have numerous ancestors that came to the colonies during the great migration, even on the Mayflower. I have discovered numerous interesting British ancestors including many that were participants in the Wars of the Roses. Another area of interest is my British ancestors that migrated up into the late 1800's to Canada. My DNA shows I am almost totally British.
WikiTree profile: Susan Dunham
in The Tree House by Susan Dunham G2G Crew (400 points)
A total Brit. That's great. I'm a total mutt. :)
Hello, I saw the name Morgan. I have a Morgan son of Morgan Morgan in my British ancestry. It is Morgan Williams who married Catherine Cromwell sister of Walter Cromwell who was beheaded by Henry VIII. 80% sure.
Thanks for the greeting.I am looking forward to spending time on WikiTree.

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Best answer
Hi Susan, welcome. You might like to upgrade your account, it’s free, by signing the honor code. Then you can start adding your family, starting with parents, then grandparents and on up the line, always having at least one proper source for each. Before you know it you will likely connect to a family member with a profile already on Wikitree.
by Marion Poole G2G6 Pilot (968k points)
selected by Carol Baldwin
+4 votes
Hi Susan!

Welcome to Wikitree! I would like to second all that Marion Poole has suggested, especially the Honor Code and adding sources to each family member. She has been a wonderful resource for me. She is from England and I am a Yank on the England team (and love it and them). I have a number of family from England and I started out on Wikitree 2 years ago in the manner Marion suggested.

Happy searching and sourcing!
by Carol Baldwin G2G6 Pilot (330k points)

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