Drew McClenaghan is a Wonderful WikiTreer

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Drew McClenaghan has an enormous tree, that seemingly is aimed to be a large chunk of our One World Tree. He found one link to my (embarrassingly small) tree and has kept working on our connections. He now has found several links which are widely separated, and so I think of him as the most mighty of Wikitreers. I send him blessings and a great big CHEER--this salute as a Wonderful WikiTreer!  Thanks, Drew, so much!!
WikiTree profile: Drew McClenaghan
asked in Appreciation by Roberta Burnett G2G6 Mach 1 (18.1k points)
Congratulations Drew!

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Way to go Drew! Congrats! Keep up the good work! Our ancestors are depending on us!
answered by Debbie Parsons G2G6 Pilot (113k points)
selected by Roberta Burnett
A fresh and encouraging way to think about them, Debbie! Thanks!
You're welcome, Roberta! We can't forget them, their unions made us!!
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Fantastic work, Drew! Thank you for your many contributions and helping to grow our Tree :-)
answered by Emma MacBeath G2G6 Pilot (500k points)
Thanks to everyone for the comments, they are appreciated, but I really cant take all the credit. I can only search, with what info I have available, on the day. It is not until, I look at someone else's tree and "they" have that missing bit of info, which gives me that "badda bing" badda boom" that I have been missing, to complete another bit of the puzzle. Roberta's tree has been a goldmine, in matching her and my relatives. I also have to thank Roberta so much, she has been so patient, with me. The connections we had, were so close about 12 months ago, until another relative culled some branches from his tree, which ended in our connection being lost, "temporarily". That connection has now been found again and the missing relatives can now be reunited, branch by twig, leaf by bud.
LOL Drew. I love when I find the badda bing badda boom that brings everything together on something I am researching :-)
The funny part is, it can be sitting right in front of your face and you wont see it. It just takes someone else's profile or relative, with that teeny weeny, tiny itsy bitsy snippet, like a date, place, or name in the bio, to put it all into perspective.
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It's you I have to thank Roberta, if it wasn't for your tree, the connections would never have been made, you helped fill in so many blanks and maybe's. To think we got this far from one surname. A big Thankyou.
answered by Drew McClenaghan G2G4 (4.2k points)

THAT's astonishing, Drew. I want to learn what you know (in your description of process above. I just don't know  and very much want to!  

Here's to Lifelong Learning!

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