April Dauenhauer is a Wonderful WikiTreer

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[This is a wonderful format for understanding the relationships involved. William 1st was my 27th grandfather
WikiTree profile: April Dauenhauer
in Appreciation by Patrick Hultgren G2G Crew (910 points)

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Well done April! Thank you for helping our new members. You are a Star!

Thank you Patrick for honoring a great member and welcome to Wikitree!

by Shaun Doust G2G6 Pilot (345k points)
selected by Pip Sheppard
Thank you Shaun - I love new members and their fresh, wonderful enthusiasm.
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April is a superstar with all her amazing work on wikkitree

Thank you Patrick for recognizing a wonderful member
by Susan Laursen G2G Astronaut (2.9m points)
Thank you Susan - I only want everyone to remember this:

if you only add one profile, or add one source, to WikiTree, it might be the very thing that helps someone else connect their family. Every single contribution is important and valuable to somebody, (and it adds up in amazing ways over time).
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I'm glad you have found the chart/timeline I created for William Marshal and some of the Magna Carta barons useful. I enjoyed making it, and enjoy even more sharing it.

I learned that the barons of 1215 England fully comprehended what we in our time call networking. They created the strongest possible ties of blood, marriage and oaths of fealty, the better to prosper and to protect their families and castles.

There are many more relationships between the Magna Carta barons than I could show in the one graph.  The Magna Carta Barons and Their American Descendants linked here to a free digital copy at Archive.org, explores many more relationships between the surety barons.

It's a book by Charles Henry Browning,  published in 1898. It has a fascinating chapter on the relationships between the surety barons starting on page sixty. Enjoy:)

PS Use any book that lacks sources cautiously, especially in establishing a pedigree from Americans to 1215. Modern writers like Douglas Richardson, who have surveyed all known sources, have documented the more certain pedigrees.

by April Dauenhauer G2G6 Pilot (116k points)
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Well done, April!
by Amelia Utting G2G6 Pilot (191k points)
Thank you Amy.

It was a new experience to try to show timelines and relationships with a chart, and it made me appreciate people who make them professionally:)

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