Nae (Lockhart) X

Nae (Lockhart) X

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I apologize for my absence. I will be back next week on a more regular basis, hopefully. Thank you for your patience and understanding. NaeLockhart-2210 14:14, 11 July 2016 (EDT)
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Lockhart Name Study This is just new, and I will be working on categorizing Lockhart's by location to hopefully assist in locating familial relationships for others who are interested in this surname.




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As a very private person there isn't a lot of information that I share about myself, but here goes.

Graduate of Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio. Also attended Kent State University, Trumbull Branch, Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio until I transferred to YSU.

Worn many hats professionally, and personally.

Genealogy has been in my blood forever. I've always loved history (BS major in History), and I've just returned to it this past year, 2013, after a thirty year hiatus because of the opportunity of time available. The internet is a wonderful thing, as opposed to the old way of doing a road trip and sifting through microfiche and old books, but I have found that unless you actually see the record (which if I can get an image, I upload it) that you have to really be cautious.

I love Wikitree, after experimenting with a couple of other online programs. Why, you may ask? Because it gives one autonomy over when and where you research, the ability to assist others (which I have a tendency to do to my own detriment :), and to collaborate with others where so many great ideas, that never would have popped into my analytical mind in a million years, and avenues of research, and, and, and......

Additionally, when creating a profile, I try and add as much information as I can which includes siblings of my direct line, their spouses and children, etc. Why? You can not imagine, by doing this, how many lines I have linked up with that had additional information, and lineage that is already done. It is so exciting! And then, when you break through that wall that has been sitting there for thirty years, it is indescribable. I literally, get up and walk away. It takes me thirty minutes to sit back down and actually create the profile, all because of the collaboration of the great people here and the way that Wikitree is set up. Ah, but I ramble.

One last thing though. A huge thank you to all of the participants on Wikitree! I hope that it lasts, as is, but with improvements over time, a long, long time.

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On 30 Jul 2018 at 23:00 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:

Hi Nae,

I’m Natalie, a leader of the Categorization Project. Please have a look at the revamped Categorization Project page, specifically about the new team approach. Members will be now be part of the Maintenance Team. Project Liaisons and leaders will be involved in the Vision and Collaboration team. Please contact me within the next week to let me know if you would like remain an active member of the project. If I don’t hear back from you I will assume you no longer want to be a part of the Categorization Project. Thanks, Natalie

On 26 Jul 2018 at 01:07 GMT Penny (Farley) Coupal wrote:

I found documents between Geneanet and other websites looked up books. That’s the best I could find.

On 30 Apr 2018 at 21:19 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Hi Nae! You have a lot of profiles that are locked (PPP) and they don't have a project as manager (which is a requirement). I removed the PPP from a couple that did not look like they had a controversial LNAB or disputed parents (the main reasons for PPP), but you might want to go through your watchlist and check the others. If they need to be PPP, could you add a note as to why? Thanks!

On 19 Feb 2018 at 22:24 GMT Keith McDonald wrote:

hi nae...

I am sure it is an accident, but you are listed as fighting in the US Civil War... probably from using a template as an example without the <nowiki></nowiki> tags around it

On 17 Dec 2017 at 15:46 GMT Alicia Merritts wrote:

You helped me about 2 years ago I was just looking at obit and death certificates and noticed for Allen burford he was born in van scoyoc in 1867 But there's no such place what I'm really looking for is his father can't find anything that is my biggest dead end every time I try to find him his name William Burford married Elizabeth Baughman she's the daughter of John baughman which was the founder of baughman cemetery which is where my family is all buried even my dad I'm in Cali and have never been to Pennsylvania any help would be greatly appreciated thank you Alicia Merritts

On 29 Nov 2017 at 17:54 GMT Earl Cisco wrote:

Need help please,, has made a Exact Match to

Name: Mr. Noble Wesley Threadgill Earliest Known Ancestor: Lionel de Threlkeld 1050 Marker Location: France

I need to have a update on my profile to do more family history going back to 1050 a.d. if i could please.

Thanks ECisco

On 26 Oct 2017 at 16:17 GMT Janet (Langridge) Wild wrote:

Hi Nae,

Hope you are well. Just dropped by to say thank you for your contributions to the community's shared tree. Every contribution is appreciated you are doing a wonderful job of support others. You obviously love what you do Thank you


Member of the Wikitree Appreciation Team

On 28 Aug 2017 at 15:19 GMT J (Dorsch) Murray wrote:


Please remove me from the Military and War Project. Thank you!

On 5 Aug 2017 at 13:45 GMT Graham Bridges Mr wrote:

Does anyone have, or know of someone who has access to the book "Aristocracy of the South"? There is information pertaining to James M Bridges and Julius Caesar Alford Bridges that I am hoping someone can reveal to me. Particlarly what James' middle name is and who his parents were. Several Trees list his father as John Bridges but I have found no document or census that ties him to John. James M was born around 11812-13 and died in 1872. His first appearance in Census records show him living with Elijah Presley in Henry Co, GA and later when he died in Carroll County, GA. I would appreciate any info regarding this.

Graham Bridges

On 13 Jul 2017 at 02:07 GMT Anonymous Cassel wrote:

I know we said samuel was a possible bro, the 2 stayed together in the census, a little while, I guess Ben only lived till he was 5.

On 13 Jul 2017 at 02:03 GMT Anonymous Cassel wrote:

Vincent is about 1832, so more like ben could of been another brother, some trajic happen bens father still had to be a live in 1835, These 3 boys could of all been siblings, and there dad must of died.

Possible Brother Samuel and Father Benjamin Pension records.

Dent, Benjamin, b.1835, Born Oct 23 1835 in Owen County IN, Died Mar 27 1840 in Owen County IN Probable Brother.

On 8 May 2017 at 04:55 GMT Gail Smith wrote:

Regarding the civil war project, I found this list (uncertain if already done on here) but it only lists the ones where they know the cemetery where the casualties were buried..sorry for the downer here...

On 17 Apr 2017 at 07:19 GMT Russ Gunther KT wrote:

Hello Nae,

Please remove from your profile. This is a high level category - please do not add individual profiles to this category. Thank you, have a great day!

On 17 Feb 2017 at 00:37 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:


Thanks for your compliment on Robert Lockhart's page. I admit, he's got me baffled! Where did he disappear after the 1900 census at New Orleans? Gone without a trace... Rick

On 16 Feb 2017 at 23:01 GMT Doug Lockwood wrote:

Hi Nae

Could you please try creating a free space page for your name study? If you have content elsewhere, pleas copy/paste it to the new profile. Then send me the URL & I will redirect it so that it shows up in the ONS directory.



On 14 Feb 2017 at 23:51 GMT Doug Lockwood wrote:

Hi Nae

Please send me the URL for the free space page for your Farley study.



On 12 Nov 2016 at 15:24 GMT Kim (Long) Comeaux wrote:

George e long was my grandfather, if you need any help let me know , only one living son of George and Mildred left and im in contact with him daily , he is my only living uncle left

On 28 Oct 2016 at 16:40 GMT Emily (Cole) Ledford wrote:

Hi Nae,

Any updates on Mary Polly Lockhart parents? Thank you!

On 29 Aug 2016 at 19:42 GMT Earl Cisco wrote:

Hi Nae, would love to join this group too.


On 9 Aug 2016 at 19:18 GMT Marj Adams wrote:

Hi Nae, You co-manage PPP David Herrington-154. I made some significant location and date changes. Are you ok with them? Also, who is ARLockhart who did the will transcription? and is it online? thanks for your help.

On 24 May 2016 at 09:01 GMT Isha Kuhns wrote:

Hi Nae, I am trying to add the children of Noah Greenleaves ( Hoping you could either approve my request to be added to the trusted list or change the privacy on his profile to Public as he was born over 200 years ago. Many thanks!

On 22 May 2016 at 05:16 GMT Trudy Roach wrote:

Hey , Nae , ? , I'm still out in the country. And doing good.

On 12 May 2016 at 11:33 GMT Terry Wright wrote:

Hello Nae just wondering how you are doing. Miss you on Wikitree

On 14 Apr 2016 at 23:16 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Nae, Nae, just read your Lockhart Name Study page. Allan is home. Starting to work a little, just a little.


On 22 Mar 2016 at 23:39 GMT Alison Andrus wrote:

Hi Nae, I just wanted to let you know that I'm featuring the Lockhart Name Study on a new FAQ page I created for the ONS project. Very well done! ;-)

On 20 Mar 2016 at 21:37 GMT Paula J wrote:


I changed the project page so that badge requests would come to me. Thinking of you!


On 18 Mar 2016 at 16:13 GMT Scott Pipenhagen wrote:

Hello Nae,

Would you please add me to the Civil War Project (w/ appropriate badge)? I have already found and input a fair amount of information on my G-G-GF (Spain-112), and look forward to additional research and/or contributions.

R/ Scott

On 16 Mar 2016 at 02:19 GMT Walter Pack Sr. wrote:

Hi Nae Please help me with type of awards for Edwin Wade Jr

He served in World War II as a crewmember on a B-17 bomber. served offices in the General Andrew Lewis Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. He was awarded the EAME Service Medal with 4 bronze stars and the Air Medal with 2 oak leaf clusters. Mr. Edwin Carter Wade, Jr. of Huntington, W.Va. passed away Saturday, August 28, 2010. He was 86 years old.

On 14 Mar 2016 at 05:36 GMT Cynthia Cloyd wrote:

Please award me the US Civil War badge. I've added my name to the participants list and created my first profile for ancestor Merryman-286. Thank you!

On 5 Mar 2016 at 11:49 GMT Stephanie Ledbetter wrote:


Would you please add me to the Civil War Project?


On 1 Mar 2016 at 19:02 GMT Walter Pack Sr. wrote:

Hi Naex,

Can you please add me to the Southern Colonies badge.

On 1 Mar 2016 at 13:47 GMT Elizabeth (Hubbard) Townsend wrote:

Hi Nae,

I've got a Capt & Head Quartermaster, Army of the Confederate States - Served in MO, Tenn, Arkansas entry coming. Please let me know if there is any specific tagging you would like done. Elizabeth

On 25 Feb 2016 at 12:01 GMT Walter Pack Sr. wrote:

Hi NaeX I would like to be a part of the Civil War Project please. I am working on several of my grandparental lineages who has been in the Civil war and found a Mathias P. Bowser-377 US Civil War In 1862 he joined the 78th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. I also have several relatives in the Korean War and WW II as well.

On 18 Feb 2016 at 16:46 GMT Kenneth Shelton wrote:

I would like to be a part of the Civil War Project. Actually I already am. Working on g/grandparents that were in the Civil War. Also, working on Camp Douglas POW's this is where my g/grandfather was a POW. However, I've never been given the badge.

On 1 Feb 2016 at 21:58 GMT Kenneth Shelton wrote:


Could you add the Clan Ruthven tartan. Thank you

On 30 Jan 2016 at 00:52 GMT Walter Pack Sr. wrote:

Ellison - 276 - 1st Sgt Confederate States Army 1st Sgt Company B VA Infantry

I just did his profile

On 29 Jan 2016 at 19:33 GMT Marj Adams wrote:

I suppose I did that (frown). I should have known better. There were many issues with info on the identity of Hannah Carter Green and at least 4 of us working on this. We could use your experience to help. Thanks

On 29 Jan 2016 at 05:00 GMT S (Hill) Willson wrote:

Hi Nae,

Thanks for your message about Hannah Green, Greene. Yes, I could have changed it, but I try to avoid changing last names without contacting the other PM. I also wasn't sure which name should be in which field, and haven't done any research on her. Thank you for your help and support. Sharon

On 29 Jan 2016 at 01:05 GMT Walter Pack Sr. wrote:

Hi Nae:

I would like to be a member of the war of 1812 I have many relatives in these early wars of our United States. We got another one Nae and I am working to see what I could add....Thank you

On 29 Jan 2016 at 01:00 GMT Kathryn (Smith) Mooney wrote:

Thanks for editing Boyes entry...

Now I understand, how to deal with the mulitple marriages - put the last marriage in the current name box and previous married surname into other name box. It make sense now - however I think some children who descend from the earlier marriage might not like that. Smith-86545

On 20 Jan 2016 at 18:50 GMT Karen Milligan wrote:

Hello, Could you add the Porter Clan tartan or at the least the MacNaughton Clan tartan?

Karen Porter Milligan

On 12 Jan 2016 at 02:45 GMT Tim Miller wrote:

Nae, thank you so much for the great work you did on my Richard Cramer ancestor!

On 10 Jan 2016 at 00:39 GMT Cheryl (Aldrich) Skordahl wrote:

Hello Nae,

I would like to be a part of the Civil War Project. My great grandfather was wounded in the jaw at the Battle of Altoona in Georgia; his brother Ambrose was killed in action in the Battle of Pea Ridge in Arkansas. There are also others in the family who were in the Civil War. Thank you. Aldrich 908

On 9 Jan 2016 at 21:59 GMT Stephanie Ledbetter wrote:

Nae, I am in need of some help in regards to a Civil War soldier. I think that William Hurt may be two or three people merged into one person. I have three different birth-dates, and notes where this person was wounded in the Civil War and another where he was never wounded but was a POW. Can you take a look and see if there was something that I missed, please?

On 4 Jan 2016 at 19:53 GMT David Wilson wrote:

Howdy Nae,

I need to get a copy of Gail Hawkin's notes in Ky. Ancestors, 1988.

Enjoy the New Year!

David *

On 30 Dec 2015 at 23:47 GMT Barbara Zanzig wrote:

I'm trying to get my one-name study categorized, and I understand your Lockhart study page with examples, but do you have an example of the coding for the desired categories? I'd like to see lots of examples...

On 30 Dec 2015 at 19:02 GMT Jeanne (Forbes) Solity wrote:

Hi Nae

I am not old but was seriously Impaired with a life threatening illness re your comments about me and your referral I also wondered if you came across a donald Duncan Forbes born 1819 or 1822 father duncan in Ross and cromarty my direct relatives Just wanted to keep my privacy also Jeanne Forbes Solity

On 29 Dec 2015 at 20:15 GMT Kevin Gill wrote:

re: Thompson-20082 & Thompson-25047: I t may have been me. Only a few days old on this program. I agree with you on merge. He is my great grandfather.

On 27 Dec 2015 at 15:53 GMT Tracie (Combs) Cantu wrote:

Thanks for your help with Taulbee Combs. His profile is now open.

On 24 Dec 2015 at 00:26 GMT Barbara Zanzig wrote:

Thanks, Nae, regarding standardizing categories!

On 22 Dec 2015 at 17:16 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Hi! You asked on Propriety Maryland about a G2G post -

Cheers, & Merry Christmas! Liz

On 22 Dec 2015 at 04:00 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Glad you are getting the other half home. That is best of news. I posted we are researching. I put the question, and info in bold on Jamestown page top area in bold...

hoping someone also besides me will dig in. So far I am coming up zero for Aden Perkins. He was a grocer. We do not seem to be to "grocer" stage in history.

On 22 Dec 2015 at 03:13 GMT Trudy Roach wrote:

Good Holidays Lady. Nice present for you to have the other half home. We are well here. Still country living

On 14 Dec 2015 at 21:56 GMT Lisa (Ross) Henderson wrote:

Hello. I have been categorizing many of my entries by one of three parishes in Ross and Cromarty, Scotland: Rosemarkie, Cromarty and Nigg. I thought all I had to do was edit the Parish list to add these but it seems not. Should I take these categories off or simply wait until the project is finished. I used the format eg. Rosemarkie Parish, Ross and Cromarty. Sorry, I'm new to this.

On 4 Dec 2015 at 17:17 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Checking on you and all?..~mary

On 30 Nov 2015 at 17:59 GMT Emily (Cole) Ledford wrote:

Thank you Nae for all the information and the Find a Grave information on Mary Lockhart Blankenship!

On 5 Nov 2015 at 06:59 GMT Paula J wrote:

Nae is temporary unavailable. Please leave your requests on my profile page and I will happy to assist you.


On 28 Oct 2015 at 21:49 GMT Kimberly (Morgan) Colley wrote:

Hello I found you on the civil war badge projects. I am looking for information on a family member of mine named Henry T Brazzell. He was from Tennessee. I don't know if I ask you this information or possibly ask to be in this group. I am new to all of this and not exactly sure what I am doing. Thank you, Kimberly

On 26 Oct 2015 at 15:55 GMT Timothy Hatfield wrote:

Yes please, and thank you!

On 26 Oct 2015 at 14:09 GMT Timothy Hatfield wrote:

Thank you so much for helping with the Lockhart side of my family! Are we in any way related?

On 20 Oct 2015 at 14:50 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Nae, Nae, thank you for the great comment you posted g2g. I only do what the rest of us, INCLUDING you do .

On 12 Oct 2015 at 02:52 GMT Kitty (Cooper) Smith wrote:

Nae, your William Smith and Ellen Hill are group NE23 on SmithConnections Northeastern DNA Project. The group is near the top of page 1:

On 8 Oct 2015 at 14:20 GMT Lynette Jester wrote:

Thank you for fixing O W Jester. I'll add the rest!!! Actually there were 8. William R. enlisted wth his cousins in the 3rd AR, then went AWOL and re-enlisted with Cobb's Legion in GA. He evidently was the Levi Jester boys at the time. Levi and family seem to disappear after the 1850 and not shown on the 1860, but they have to be somewhere close enlist, my best guess is Columbia Co, hiding in the woods or bayou's of N LA making shine. Because They enlist in AR. And they return to AR and marry, except Wm R. he goes to W TN. And the descendents of Wm R's father come to AR.

I would love to do a one name study on Jester here, I've been studying them for 35 years. I have the original immigrant but several lines are missing a generation or two.

On 6 Oct 2015 at 17:44 GMT Dave Rutherford wrote:

Thanks for catching the 1st Addington. It was decided to use "Ist Regiment of..." for militia categories & this should have been added to misnamed categories then. Now fixed!

On 27 Sep 2015 at 12:27 GMT Ron Vincent wrote:

Thanks for the tip on Mary Vinson who married Britain Lockhart.

On 19 Sep 2015 at 08:48 GMT Trace Allison wrote:

Just sending you a smooch xx

On 10 Sep 2015 at 19:23 GMT Vic Watt wrote:

Yes, I have been including husbands and wives who marry into a family in a One Name Study. Some don't. I do not follow women afterwards.

On 9 Sep 2015 at 11:57 GMT Julia (Watson) Vera wrote:

You are a genius. Thank you for all you do here. It matters!! Julia for Dora Malinda Brewster Bailey , Charlie Newton Bailey family

On 4 Sep 2015 at 18:01 GMT Allison Mackler wrote:

Nae, I opened Ellen Lockhart for you. :)

On 3 Sep 2015 at 17:00 GMT Allison Mackler wrote:

RE: John Lockhart, please feel free to request to be added to the trusted list and you can manage appropriate Lockhart categories and name study. I cannot find how to add you to the trusted list by your WikiTree ID.

On 2 Sep 2015 at 00:19 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Nae, hate to bother you. Take a look at Jamestown. I am not sure the ships Goodrich, Discovery or Susan Constant categories are collecting any names..

On 1 Sep 2015 at 03:55 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

Hi Nae, on Aug 31 you left a note on my homepage: Here's another clean up Philip:

I had already added the Huguenot template, as I also did with other Dupuy profiles (by the way according to the Euroaristo spelling rules the LNAB might be wrong), and also added them to the Huguenot Migration category which no one had yet though of doing.

Please do the final integration of the bio after careful consideration of the facts which I added above that are slightly inconsistent with the rest of the profile (which you did not mention in the merge proposal).

It is not merely a cleanup, It is also as much a validation of facts and that is why I'd rather leave it to the merge proposer and / or the current managers who should have more knowledge of the family name and events.


On 28 Aug 2015 at 13:54 GMT William Rielly wrote:

Re: Farley. See Cronk-358

On 24 Aug 2015 at 17:50 GMT Philip Smith wrote:

Welcome to the Categorization Project

On 21 Aug 2015 at 18:25 GMT Rae (Redford) Santema wrote:

I keep getting red for 'Irish_Roots' on my own page, which i know is category! Why is that?

On 20 Aug 2015 at 17:19 GMT Gaile (Gordon) Connolly wrote:

Sorry, Nae, I'm not involved in categories project.

On 18 Aug 2015 at 08:25 GMT Gigi (Ward) Tanksley wrote:

Hi Nae- you left some advice about a red category for the Civil War. All of mine are CSA and I went to the page and got the Roll of Honor for my Barksdale-202 who was KIA and couldn't get it to work either. So, I am not very good at this stuff. I also need help with Stringfield-139. I am slowly learning stuff but some of the put a bracket here and then a colon then | then something else is sort of hard for me. Also on gilbert-4207 just below the Court Records entry I tried to insert my Grandmothers Profile number and I am guessing I messed up the brackets. I hate to ask but can you check those three and maybe send me a private message with the way to properly place the Civil War and profiles inside stuff. I always have trouble with it but I can make notes. Thanks!

On 17 Aug 2015 at 17:40 GMT S (Hill) Willson wrote:

Hi Nae - thanks for your comment about editing the Category for Salem/Massachusetts. If it happens again, I will let you know.

On 16 Aug 2015 at 20:21 GMT Anne B wrote:

Re Doud: I agree and merged them that way, after spending hours looking at records.

On 16 Aug 2015 at 19:35 GMT Vic Watt wrote:


On your Lockhart Name Study location categorization, how are you working with multiple locations for the same individual? I.e., born in Maine, moved to Minnesota, died in California? Vic

On 15 Aug 2015 at 21:00 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:


I'm sure you already know it but just in case: has a tremendous amount of historical information about the Lockharts worldwide. The same names repeated endless times - helps to sort out the duplicates. Rick

On 14 Aug 2015 at 17:49 GMT Lincoln Lowery wrote:


I should have posted this earlier. I would be happy to add you on the Trusted List for Hugh Martin's wife (Lockhart-2068)). I just need your email address Lincoln

On 14 Aug 2015 at 14:18 GMT Lincoln Lowery wrote:


I am a 5th cousin of Hugh Martin. Don't know anything more about his wife. Would not like to add his in-laws to my list, as I am trying to shrink the size of it.


On 13 Aug 2015 at 08:27 GMT Trace Allison wrote:

Mmmm Ut Oh.. I'll get your direction ma'am if that is ok? See there is a Church category and also a churchyard category... What would you like to do with this? Thanks Chick :)

On 13 Aug 2015 at 08:10 GMT Trace Allison wrote:

Gasps... OMG she's in the Churches now... Jumps to PHLChurches and is begining to correct the Categories before you see them .. Hahahahaha ... Thanks eBestie :) BTW have done those two you asked for xxx

On 9 Aug 2015 at 22:28 GMT Deanna (Cordell) Heaslet wrote:

Thank you for your corrections! I appreciate your work. :)

On 9 Aug 2015 at 18:16 GMT John Elkin wrote:

Hi Nae, You say in a recent post that you are "working with the project to correct the set up of categories in Scotland". The United Kingdom project already has this covered - the format is
Scottish flag
Nae (Lockhart) X is managed by the United Kingdom Project.
Join: United_Kingdom Project
Discuss: United_Kingdom
- see the project page at

I'm changing the entry you "corrected" back to how it should be.

Regards John

On 9 Aug 2015 at 15:20 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Nae, you asked me to change some category names - to amputate the shire from the shires. I can't remember how to do that and now have visitors. Feel free to change the names as you think best.


On 9 Aug 2015 at 09:00 GMT Trace Allison wrote:

Thanks Nae, feeling for you with all my 2013 Categories.. I think I've got all the ones you have requested I change.

Thankyou for your hard work and kind comments :)

On 8 Aug 2015 at 23:36 GMT Cindy (Roberts) May wrote:

Regarding kelly-6790: Fort William, Inverness-shire, does not show up as a category at present. I left it there anyway per your request. If it turns out to be incorrect, please let me know.

On 8 Aug 2015 at 18:13 GMT Darlene (Scott) Kerr wrote:

Hi Nae, I've cleaned up all that you asked for in Scotland. It does make a lot more sense. Thank you. However, I'm having trouble with a village that is now in Dumfries and Galloway. There is no county named in this modern way of "Dumfries and Galloway County" and Auchencairn used to be part of Kirkcudbrightshire, from what I see, but is now in Dumfries and Galloway. Do you have any idea about how to categorize it? This is on Potts-1928. Thank you, Darlene.

On 8 Aug 2015 at 12:51 GMT Rhonda Lucas wrote:

Nae, I've changed the category to Dalkeith, Midlothian however there isn't a category setup for that?

On 4 Aug 2015 at 00:35 GMT Abby (Brown) Glann wrote:

Hi Nae,

Thanks for picking it up! I think the SoCol project is the perfect place to house it, and what a fun way to kick it off. Keep up the good work :-)

On 2 Aug 2015 at 19:18 GMT Doug Lockwood wrote:

Hi Nae

Yes, I am interested in the Jamestown Project. Let me know how I can help.

On 1 Aug 2015 at 23:12 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Hi Nae, I am interested in Jamestown. I looked at the g2g, and the links, having trouble finding a place to stick my name to the new project.


On 31 Jul 2015 at 00:44 GMT Kirsty (Livingstone) Ward wrote:

At one point he lived in England, but I don't know birth or death place. Sorry.

On 21 Jul 2015 at 05:32 GMT Susan (Nixon) Shirey wrote:

Thank you for adding my dead end Robert Lockhart in Lawrence County, PA, and his children to the one name study project. I can see it took considerable time and effort on your part. Very much appreciated!!

On 18 Jul 2015 at 04:55 GMT Douglas S. wrote:

Try now

On 16 Jul 2015 at 17:33 GMT Chris Mckinnon wrote:

Sorry Nae I was just responding to Star Kline in yesterdays question:

Edwin Crockett (b. 1829 in Maine, d. 1907 in Idaho) was a Civil War Veteran and the father of eight children. There is no other information in his profile, and no sources. This is an orphaned profile. Can you can add any information or sources to his profile?

On 16 Jul 2015 at 16:42 GMT Frances Williams wrote:

Dear Nae, I've opened the profile for Elizabeth Bruce Latta (nee Lockhart) and am looking forward to the information you add.


On 4 Jul 2015 at 02:22 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Nae, thank you for all the additions you've made to profiles for my Clezie ancestors. The certificates were a brilliant idea. Almost makes these people seem human! Merci. Gracias. Thanks.


On 29 Jun 2015 at 13:30 GMT Richard Terfry wrote:

Greetings from N.S., Canada

Lockhart-1835 is my 1st cousin 2x removed. Love you pic, I also love hats. Love, Dick T.

On 22 Jun 2015 at 15:20 GMT Katherine (Anderson) Donnelly-Anderson wrote:

Wow! Thanks for all the information. I'm getting really inspired but I want to be cautious so I don't make any mistakes. So nice to have you as a "genealogy mentor". I appreciate all the work you do.

On 11 Jun 2015 at 23:49 GMT Jacqueline Clark wrote:

Nae when you get time can you look at this

I feel they may possibly be the same person even though the demographics is wrong. would appreciate your incite please.

On 5 Jun 2015 at 04:50 GMT Michael Stills wrote:

Hi Nae, thanks for thinking of me. I am not real sure how much I really contributed to the Southern Colonies. Mary really did a lot work and I helped her clean up some of the formatting and bit of research. No badge needed. No more projects for me thanks, I feel bad that I can't contribute as much as I would like as it is. But I am always available to help answer questions when possible.

On 4 Jun 2015 at 19:32 GMT Robin Kabrich wrote:

Uh, what? Project coordinator what?? HUH??

On 29 May 2015 at 03:38 GMT Deborah Compton wrote:

Thank you for the additions to my ggfathers' Civil War service records. Their profiles look really nice now. I'll be showing them off to the family.

On 28 May 2015 at 15:21 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Robert R. Lockhart in was in 1856 Iowa State Census, Yellow Township, Des Moines County:

David Lockhart, 49, born Pennsylvania Margaret C. Lockhart, 44, born Pennsylvania Susan C. Lockhart, 19, born Pennsylvania Robert R. Lockhart, 14, born Pennsylvania

And a book, “History of Des Moines County, Iowa”, Chicago: Western Historical Co., 1879:

Lockhart, Robert R., livery & feed stable. Born in Lawrence Co., Penn., in 1842; came to Iowa in 1854, and located in this township. Married Nannie V. Paul in 1870; she was born in Indiana in 1849; have two children: William T. and Bertha M. Mr. L. enlisted in Co. C, 30th I.V.I. in 1862, and discharged in June 1865.

On 27 May 2015 at 06:32 GMT Dale Sheldon wrote:

Hi Nae! Sorry, I've been at work and rehearsals all day and haven't had a chance to update this yet, but I wanted to write to you real quick before bed. Vik and I have been working on cleaning up the Sheldon family which is why she contacted you. The profile for John Sheldon that you brought up is legit and I do have some documentation for it, I just forgot to include it. I will try to get that on there tomorrow between work and more rehearsals, lol. It's not a lot of documentation actually, primarily The Sheldon Magazine, 1855 - the work of Rev Henry O. Sheldon. But we do know that John Sheldon and Sarah Kingsley had a son John who married an Alice (surname unknown). He was previously confused with a different Sheldon in another line. But I think we have it all just about square.

On 14 May 2015 at 03:05 GMT Michele (Britton) Camera wrote:

Thanks for working on Bowen-139. His profile looks really nice. Now how do we get someone to adopt him?

On 13 May 2015 at 03:56 GMT Arora (G) Anonymous wrote:

Here's links to the US Gov Archives, for Civil War/Confederate Pension Records with links for every state, and what they have available


Here is the additional Link to US Archives/Civil War (for additional materials and other links @ gov as well as linking to other states again thru other topics and materials


On 4 May 2015 at 21:00 GMT Michele (Britton) Camera wrote:

RE: Civil War project... an orphaned profile came up in my watch list for merge. It isn't anything to me...but surely someone belongs to this ancestor. In the interests of finding a PM for him, could you please use your leader rights to add the following categories to Bowen-139? 45th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, US Civil War| Battle of the Wilderness|American Civil War, KIA|Rhode Island Unsourced Profiles

On 29 Apr 2015 at 22:10 GMT Stephen Greene wrote:

Hi Nae! Thank you so very much for the information. Right now I am at a dead end for the Lockhart name. I know my uncle on the other side of the country probably has this information. My parents have this info but they won't give anything to me. What I was told by my grandmother Doris Pauline and her sister, is that they are descended from Cherokees. I honestly don't know if I believe this or not, as people in my immediate family are known to lie about these kinds of things. This is really going to be some hard work, and I soon must work up the courage to contact my uncle. Thank you so much again, if you would like to contact me by email please write thank you

On 28 Apr 2015 at 02:40 GMT Alicia Merritts wrote:


On 20 Apr 2015 at 18:41 GMT Charlie Varnell Jr wrote:

I would like to join the Southern Colonies Project if I can be of any help at all. I am a WikiTree greenie and tend to be overzealous. In my short time with WikiTree I've met a lot of very good people that have bent over backwards to help me. I would say that 99.9% of the surnames I follow (Varnell, Womack, Scott, and Merritt) came through Henrico County pre-1788. What would you lke me to do?

On 18 Apr 2015 at 17:00 GMT Jo (Farley) Acuff wrote:

Thanks! see pvt note!

Jo Farley

On 9 Apr 2015 at 13:00 GMT Catherine (Willhite) V wrote:

This one name study has the requested links included.

On 6 Apr 2015 at 20:15 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Can you help to merge Lockhart-1651 and Lockhart-749? I can't figure out how. Thanks.

On 6 Apr 2015 at 14:11 GMT Catherine (Willhite) V wrote:

I just completed the requested link

On 3 Apr 2015 at 01:21 GMT Carmen Benner wrote:

I want to again express my gratitude for all the help I received on this search. Since the time of my request I have found family information on the Smith family related to me. Charrie Smith Bornheimer became a Blaisdell, and I discovered mom has a half sister, we will unite in July 2015. I have been given photos of Charrie and the gravestone. I will visit the cemetery in July on this trip to NY. I am very happy with all the help.

On 1 Apr 2015 at 21:47 GMT Guy Constantineau wrote:

I noticed your new Club 1000 Club badge for March 2015.

Congratulations ☺


On 25 Mar 2015 at 12:37 GMT Helmut Jungschaffer wrote:

Thanks for the note! Yes, I am fluent in German and if you need any help let me know.

On 25 Mar 2015 at 11:29 GMT Linda (Sherman) Stienstra wrote:

Not too many badges left to award you! Thanks for pointing out there was a sub-category for Firefighters! I had no idea. I love using categories and think they add a lot to a person's profile. I try to use as many as I can and I am currently going thru my hundreds of profiles adding them and just generally cleaning up each one. It's gonna take a lot of TV time to do it! Thanks again, Nae!

On 25 Mar 2015 at 01:44 GMT Linda (Sherman) Stienstra wrote:

I added the location for both Firefighters in the Houseal family. Thanks for telling me! I also added the KIA for Louis Houseal.I have a couple more firefighters in my "family" and as I get to "finetuning" their profiles, I'll remember the location part of the profile. Thanks for the nudge!!' Linda

On 24 Mar 2015 at 06:07 GMT Lydia (Neff) Holland wrote:

Hey! Yes, Lockhart-1558 is one of mine. I am related through the Owen side. Mattie Married William Owens Son of George ~ that's how I tie in. I'm sue we have alot of merging to do :-) Glad to be part of the Fam.

On 23 Mar 2015 at 18:11 GMT Frank Gay wrote:

Thanks. I shouldn't have even gone into it. My wife just died and I am not too compus. Fran

On 20 Mar 2015 at 17:40 GMT Cheryl Hammond wrote:

Hi! Would you mind taking a look at [1] and sharing your thoughts? Thanks much!

On 19 Mar 2015 at 02:19 GMT PM Eyestone wrote:

Check - here for Reade-10. Looks like he still exists.

On 18 Mar 2015 at 14:27 GMT PM Eyestone wrote:

Nae -

Thanks for the note regarding the Magna Carta project's Gateway Ancestors. Here is the complete list.

There are currently about 250 Gateways. The number doesn't change frequently. Richardson is expected to publish another book next year where he will likely add a few.

Feel free to have the Southern Colonies project go through the list and add the categories you want for the ones that arrived in the south.

Also, there are probably hundreds of Southern Colonies colonial immigrants that belong in the Questionables category. Are you familiar with this sub-project? Halfway through PGM list and we have found hundreds so far.

Thanks again!

On 15 Mar 2015 at 16:44 GMT Harold Ivey wrote:

Thank you for pointing out the site for state maps that can be so useful in understand the development and locations of ancestors.

On 12 Mar 2015 at 08:29 GMT x (Holmes) x wrote:

thank you very much for the surprise post about my ancestor who fought in revolution war. thank you for take the time to find that. and verify it. that was a wonderful thing for you to do.

On 9 Mar 2015 at 21:32 GMT Nancy (Stevens) Page wrote:

Nae, I have been trying to find Sarah unk Lockhart's maiden name ever since I realized that she was my 4thggrandmother. If you went to Gonzales Co you should have found in the file where a cousin refuted the Totten connection. (with written proof from the Totten family) About the Williamson last name for Sarah, it was possible because of the coincidences but from a "Registrar's" position it still lacks proof. About 15-20 years ago a lady who was adopted printed this and since that time many have taken it as gospel.

On 9 Mar 2015 at 04:48 GMT x (Holmes) x wrote:

thank you for help.

On 5 Mar 2015 at 15:17 GMT ShiraDestinie Jones MPhil wrote:

Thanks for your help on

and Maggie Butler Manzilla -thought I had listed the find-a-grave information already. Very good to have another pair of eyes looking at them. Thanks!

pps -and Thank you for finding their marriage doc -I don't know if even my OH cousins have that!  :-) Excellent! They will be thrilled. ps here is the Booth I mentioned:

Thanks again! ShiraDest

On 3 Mar 2015 at 02:15 GMT Scarlett (Beckner) Jones wrote:

Thank you so much for all your Help ! ~Scarlett~

On 28 Feb 2015 at 04:00 GMT Judi Stutz wrote:

Hello Nae - I followed the "Harrison" family tree branch (which connects to "Long") with the hopes that it would connect Edward Norton to the GFT as a part of the Oscar's project, but the connection ended up being in Canada! Cheers - Judi

On 10 Feb 2015 at 02:23 GMT James Edmondson wrote:

Please see the comment I posted on William Edmonson's (Edmonson-57) profile.

On 8 Feb 2015 at 19:26 GMT Anonymous (Lockhart) Anonymous wrote:

I noticed your upload of the will of James Lockhart b. 1647. Do you have a deciphered copy I could get? If not can you email me the original so I could try to get it deciphered? Thanks.


On 30 Jan 2015 at 10:56 GMT ShiraDestinie Jones MPhil wrote:

Hi Nae,

Thank you for all of your work on the Slavery sub-project! I will try to be as independent as possible, so as not to burden you, but I hope that I can count on your guidance, as you have done so much foundational work.

Also, since I am about to start more work on the Civil War era issues related to slavery (Contraband Camps, the Freedmen's Bureau, etc), I wonder if I should also join the Civil War project yet?

Warm thanks, Shira

On 28 Jan 2015 at 15:49 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Thanks for your compliment on my Robert Lockhart's bio. All I've learned about him and his family began when you pointed me in the right direction. Until then I was lost & confused!


On 27 Jan 2015 at 05:37 GMT Charlotte Shockey wrote:

RE: Thomas Kancaid - Thanks for letting me know. :)

On 20 Jan 2015 at 16:37 GMT Keith Hathaway wrote:

Hi Nae,

Would you please add me to the US_Civil_War project and assign me the badge when you get a chance.

Thank you for all you do!

Robert (Hathaway-1200)

On 14 Jan 2015 at 00:35 GMT PM Eyestone wrote:

Hi Nae! I have just started working on Reade-10's Magna Carta trail. Would he also be a candidate for Southern Colonies? Very popular profile of a colonial immigrant of Virginia. Thanks!

On 7 Jan 2015 at 16:55 GMT Sandy Edwards wrote:

Thanks Nae. See your Private Messages re response to Beaty & Burnside.

On 7 Jan 2015 at 05:33 GMT Carole Partridge wrote:

Hi Nae,

Thanks for your message.

I just started on a Free Space page today:

I've made a sortable chart and will start entering data tomorrow. The profile is open, so feel free to edit language, add categories, etc.

Thanks, Carole

P.S. The name of the page should probably change if I add more info.

On 19 Dec 2014 at 00:14 GMT Beth (Goodman) Babcock wrote:

Hi Nae:

I am at the point of adding all my Scottish tartans to my profiles and would appreciate getting a tartan badge for my profile. Thanks Beth

On 7 Dec 2014 at 14:43 GMT David (Macphail) MacPhail wrote:

Hi Nae, Let me apologies in relation to the clan tree project. I have been busy researching and updating several other trees and rather than jumping about making a half hearted effort I decided to get the details of the ones I am working on correct before i start in ernest in to another interesting adventure. I do love the researching and will make a determined effort but just need to go easy at the moment with all the other commitments. I do promise you however when I get it ll in order I will address the clan issue which I am really looking forward to. Its great hearing form fellow researchers and I look forward to getting into it :)

On 3 Dec 2014 at 20:51 GMT Robert Kutz wrote:

Thank you for your multiple additions to the Crabtree and Axtell records on 12/2 and 12/3/14. RWK

On 3 Dec 2014 at 20:00 GMT Michael Townsend wrote:

NAE. the 1875 census is wrong to.robert Higgins lived with my g-grandfather Robert townsend in Albany ny, in the 1905 census not catskill ny. thanks again mike

On 3 Dec 2014 at 19:55 GMT Michael Townsend wrote:

NAE. in 1870 my g-grandfather ROBERT TOWNSEND was living with the VAN STEENBURGH family for some reason. I never heard of SOL& HELLEN TOWNSEND, they are not related to my family, but thanks for trying to help, I can use all I can get. thanks mike

On 2 Dec 2014 at 23:25 GMT Michael Townsend wrote:

k now that is not my brother you wrote me about. but boy I looked at your profile an you seem to know what your talking about. I which this stuff came to me as easy as it dose to you. I've been stuck on my g-grandfather Robert townsend for three yrs now. keep up the good work, an if you come across Robert townsend please let me know. thanks again mike

On 29 Nov 2014 at 16:22 GMT William Hull Jr. wrote:

John Long, b. 12/09/1807 was born in Virginia, USA.

On 14 Nov 2014 at 08:38 GMT Kern (Thompson) Brogan wrote:

The Compton's of MD have been a thorn in my side for some time. Thanks for the change of birthplace for George Compton. My real problem will be the heritage of John Compton-136. I suspect his father is Thomas but with a single source, can't change all the work others have done.

On 6 Nov 2014 at 17:15 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

While searching for Lockhart connections at Paisley, found a John Lockhart, now professor of physiology at the University of West Scotland, in Paisley:

Your one-name study no doubt confirms what I’ve seen: multiple people with identical names! No middle names, hard to distinguish among them. Be grateful, at least it isn’t Smith or Jones.

On 23 Oct 2014 at 16:13 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

don't forget to research Byrd Lockhart and connect him into your family in your??spare time.

On 19 Oct 2014 at 17:00 GMT Shirley (Strutton) Dalton wrote:

Would like to become a member of US Southern Colonies project. Have been working quite a bit in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee in the 1600s & 1700s; particularly the Witt and Jarnagin/Jernigan families and connections.

Would also like to suggest PPP status for John Witt, Witt-1075 (formerly Witt-53). He is the immigrant ancestor and arrived in Charles City County, Virginia between 1662 and 1672. He was "accidentally" merged away yesterday and had to be recreated. I really don't want this to happen again. I added the Southern Colonies template to his profile yesterday, but I guess that has to be approved.

Thanks for help, Shirley

On 16 Oct 2014 at 02:28 GMT Robin Kabrich wrote:

Hey, are we related? I've been finding lots of cousins, but I can't run yours because of your privacy setting . . . <sob>!

On 4 Oct 2014 at 05:53 GMT Trudy Roach wrote:

Hey Nae, I'm back. Starting on Orr Rifles guys. There are a few hundred of them. I figure I'll get them together 5 at a time. Looking forward to it. After I get the 1st done , I'll get your input.

On 25 Sep 2014 at 00:31 GMT Brian Long wrote:

Hi Nae, thanks for your comment on my page! I joined last year and then never got to really dig in to what all this site has to offer. I'm actually feeling a little lost and overwhelmed. I remember uploading a gedcom file, but it's been deleted. I'm not sure where to go from here...

EDIT: I'm figuring it out slowly :) Things look different - has the site changed considerably over the past year, or have I just lost too many brain cells? lol

On 24 Sep 2014 at 11:04 GMT David Wilson wrote:

Hello Cousin,

Just checking in...


* David *

On 21 Sep 2014 at 22:02 GMT Brian Fenton wrote:

Hey, Nae....I have narrowed down my haplogroup to "R-DF21+".... It is reportedly 3000 years ago, as far as a time-frame...Getting closer with more testing, hopefully " BigY" soon....B

On 18 Sep 2014 at 01:07 GMT Kirsty (Livingstone) Ward wrote:

No, sorry, I can't. If you look at the bottom of those profiles, they aren't mine, I am adding them for Eowyn Langholf from a GEDCOM she gave me - if the information isn't in the GEDCOM then I can't add it. As I live in New Zealand, I have no idea how the States works in terms of counties/areas/suburbs etc, so can't even guess for you.

On 13 Sep 2014 at 00:36 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

What did you say about coincidence?

1811 William Lockhart & Margaret Henderson married at Paisley.

1816 Ellen Lockhart, eldest daughter of Margaret Henderson, born not sure where.

1819 Mary Lockhart, younger daughter of Margaret Henderson, baptized at Paisley High Church.

1861 Rev. George Clazy became minister of Paisley High Church, a first cousin, once removed, of James Kerr Clezie, who married Ellen Lockhart, 1840 at Troy, New York.  

Everything’s coming up Paisley!

On 7 Sep 2014 at 01:17 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Nae, I asked for someone in Lanark County, Ontario to check the death of Elexis Lockhart (also written Alexis). A volunteer at Archives Lanark replied, "Your question has been forwarded to me. Our book of gravestone transcriptions for the Auld Kirk cemetery lists: 'Alexis Lockhart died Oct 30, 1840 aged 24 yrs.'". That still seems fishy - died on her 24th birthday?

On 5 Sep 2014 at 14:03 GMT Bob Jewett wrote:

Nae, thanks for finding the James J. Farley death record. He died in infancy and his brother, who was born the next year (1784) , got the exact same name. In your note you wrote 1734 so that's either a typo or you're getting old like me and eights look like threes!!

On 4 Sep 2014 at 14:53 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

We do overlap Paula's, Terry's project by 50+ years. Until I get a link, I put a bold NOTE on each page. Wild Wild West and Westward HO and all. Paula and Terry did not seem worried as this project seems more History and theirs is developing profiles.

On 4 Sep 2014 at 14:49 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Not finished yet with Utah, I was adding more, wikiTree didn't let me save it, so lost.... Moving along tho. My mind goes several directions.

On 31 Aug 2014 at 02:42 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

UK National Archives shows a John Lockhart from Paisley who was a soldier in the 79th Foot Regiment, 1838-39, and was discharged at age 18 in 1839. That puts his birth about 1820, which coincides with the age of John Lockhart who lived at Troy around 1850:

Out of the army & off to the New World?

On 31 Aug 2014 at 00:41 GMT Helen (Morgan) Honeysett wrote:

Hi Nae,Thank you for your comments,i am new to wikitree and learning as i go.I don't dont know much about the Farley line except John William Farley born 1855 at? and died 1923.Gulgong.N.S.W.Australia.Thanks HelenH.

On 29 Aug 2014 at 14:11 GMT Berry Henderson Jr. wrote:

Hi Nae, I was wondering if you have started a category for the Lost Colonies of North Carolina? I have not seen one.

On 29 Aug 2014 at 01:27 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Elexis Lockhart / Ellen Lockhart do seem an amazing coincidence:

(1) Elexis & Ellen both start with E, (2) Both were born in 1816, (3) Just as Ellen appeared from nowhere at Troy in 1840 to marry James, Elexis died, age 24, yet no evidence of her burial can be found! Is this more than coincidence? What would Sherlock say?

On 28 Aug 2014 at 23:11 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Nae, Allan and I are too tired. QUESTION the colony (Nueva Espana) MAP shows a vague outline extending Central America, Mexico, then Texas NM, Arizona, Calif. When you did the planning did you consider whether to call an area Arizona by todays geography or the way it was in 1600 versus 1800?? My phrasing is wrong, but even Monterrey, MEXico was part of Arizona for a while.....???getting lost on geography versus history

On 28 Aug 2014 at 18:17 GMT Bob Keniston Jr. wrote:


Here are 3 more profiles for PPP for Southern Colonist. PM approved. William Murphree-507 James Murphree-210 Daniel Murphree-97 Thanks, Bob

On 28 Aug 2014 at 16:49 GMT Berry Henderson Jr. wrote:

Hello Nae I have a couple of Resources but not sure where you want to use them. The first is a William Penn Ships and Passenger list The Second are three pamphlets from the Virginia Library Colonial Records Project. I hope they will be of use to the project. Berry

On 28 Aug 2014 at 15:33 GMT Lola (Simmons) Kelley wrote:

Nae I will let someone else adopt him, I'm not a big history buff. I'm still getting all these people sorted out on my end, but he is interesting I'm sure someone will adopt him. Thanks NaeX

On 28 Aug 2014 at 13:16 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

The Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid claims that Alexis/Elexis Lockhart is buried at Auld Kirk Cemetery, Almonte, Ontario. The authority cited is Lanark County Genealogical Society but it shows no details, name of a publication or anything like that.

On 26 Aug 2014 at 03:17 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Re Ellen Lockhart: I contacted a researcher at Rensselaer County Historical Society, Troy, who will search Presbyterian records for any information about Ellen or other Lockharts in the area. She also noted your Find-a-Grave posting for Ellen.

On 25 Aug 2014 at 19:47 GMT Geoff Grant wrote:

I would be happy to assist w/ the Grant Clan info on wikitree. Honestly, it would be easy as I'm already doing so much of it elsewhere. Cut and paste are three of my favorite words. And those Grant names you mentioned do sound familiar. I will look into it for you. Chapman is one of the common names in Ulysses' family, who knows.... But yes, I will look into it and see what I find.

On 25 Aug 2014 at 14:43 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Curious pieces of Ellen Lockhart puzzle: husband James Clezie listed in 1840 directory, 31 Liberty Street, Albany. His parents were in Toronto. Ellen had a child born May 1841, died at Troy late July 1841, buried at Mount Ida cemetery. If James was in Albany, why are Ellen & baby in Troy?

On 25 Aug 2014 at 04:58 GMT Geoff Grant wrote:

If Billy doesn't already have someone helping on the Grants for the Scottish Clans, let me know. I might actually be able to help him out A LOT. Between my mini-group and I, we've got them traced and genetically matched throughout the 4 corners. Lot's of participation with both the Clan Historians (who often don't agree with each other!). I know that what little I've seen on here for the Clan is a bit of a mess, and I do think I will eventually start cleaning it up. But I'm not a Clan Grant product, so on wikitree my own Grants always come first (even though the Clan has me slaving away on their DNA now for 18 months)....

On 25 Aug 2014 at 04:20 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

How far am I from Troy? ha ha… I'm on the Canadian west coast, so slightly over 3,200 miles!

On 25 Aug 2014 at 01:34 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

A possible lead on Ellen Lockhart...

Ellen was at Troy in 1840; no other Lockharts known to live at Troy then. But in 1850 the census showed a John Lockhart lived at Lansingburgh, a suburb of Troy, amalgamated into the city in 1900.

A couple named John Lockhart Lockhart-538 and Margaret Rollo Rollo-30 lived at Kettle, Fifeshire, with eight children, including:

- Helen Lockhart Lockhart-539, born 18 August 1812 at Kettle, Fife

- John Lockhart Lockhart-542, born 5 Oct 1820 at Kettle, Fife

Is it possible that this Helen Lockhart was my Ellen, who went to Troy? And her younger brother John followed, to Lansingburgh, before 1850? Just a possibility.

On 24 Aug 2014 at 18:46 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Troy, New York library tells me there were no Lockharts listed in Troy directories, 1838-41. Lockharts arrived there only later. So Ellen Lockhart married at Troy in 1840 must have come from somewhere else. Possibly Ellen & James met in Toronto and eloped to Troy? No evidence.

On 24 Aug 2014 at 18:34 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Second Street Presbyterian Church was amalgamated once or twice over the years, don’t know where the records might now be located.

I had a long, convoluted discussion about Elexis / Ellen Lockhart at RootsChat, here:

It led off in 1,000 directions, never got a satisfactory reply! Still have no solid information about Ellen's origin.

On 24 Aug 2014 at 15:05 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

I once thought Elexis Lockhart from Almonte, Ontario might = Ellen Lockhart from Troy, New York. Both were born in 1816. But if Elexis truly died in 1840, that shoots down the theory. So where did my Ellen come from? No idea!

On 24 Aug 2014 at 14:26 GMT Karen (McWhorter) Wilhelm wrote:

Thanks for your comment about Robert McWhorter. From your profiles I can see there are a lot of categories to add to his and many other profile pages. I hope to get to work on them soon. Thanks for contacting me,


On 24 Aug 2014 at 01:02 GMT Lynden (Raber) Rodriguez OCDS wrote:

Good Day, Nae! I would like to help out in some way with the southern colonies project. I am working on at least one long term projects, but I promise to take a look.

Sincerely, Lynden Raber Rodriguez

On 23 Aug 2014 at 23:51 GMT Jason W. Crews wrote:

Hey Nae... I would love to join the Southern Colonies Project count me in! I had to take a break from blogging for the time being.... I am taking a few college courses and they have ate into my blogging time.

On 23 Aug 2014 at 23:39 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Yes, nae for the invite to Southern Colonies. I will lead Texas. May have to enlist help. ehhh You do know I don't have leader qualifications or whatever it is that makes one. Spanish eh, hmm what about all the German immigrants 11,000 last time I checked. and there is me, just pot luck.. and Scottish.

On 23 Aug 2014 at 20:40 GMT Ross Ashley wrote:

Thanks for the invite to the Southern Colonies, Nae; not sure how much I can help since my mother's people were 1770s immigrants to South Carolina from Ireland.

On 23 Aug 2014 at 20:40 GMT Renee Malloy Esq wrote:

Yes Nae, thank you for asking me for help with this 1776 project. I have a Black 1/2 sister from our Mayflower mother, Betsy HAND. Therefore I would be interested in Black Revolutionary soldiers, especially since we are cousins of Barack Obama, Abe Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson and Geo. Washington.

Thank you for Being such an amazing Contribution, Renee Malloy, JD

On 23 Aug 2014 at 20:36 GMT April (Dellinger) Dauenhauer wrote:

Hi Nae,

I have a branch of my tree in the southern colonies and so does my husband. It is on my list - first I need to see the Magna Carta project to a stable point, which means completing the links and profile clean up for the Gateway Ancestors. We are well over half way done.

The southern colonies have my greatest number of dead ends right now, so I look forward to joining as soon as possible.

best regards,


On 23 Aug 2014 at 20:12 GMT Berry Henderson Jr. wrote:

Hello Nae,

Sure, I can help out with this project. I live in Raleigh N.C. so I have access to state archives. I am very familiar with the archives both here and in Virginia as I have researched both extensively. Let me know what I can do to help. I have lots of time and am tired of working on my own stuff anyway so a break will be great. Cheers! Berry

On 22 Aug 2014 at 15:51 GMT Billy Wallace wrote:

Hi Nae,

Yes I’ll help out with the project for Scottish Immigrants. Regarding Ellen I’ve been a bit snowed under helping others, but I’ll get on to it this weekend. I’ll be going to the Who Do You Think You Are Live show in Glasgow next weekend so if I haven’t had any luck by then I’ll ask around at the show. All the best Billy

On 22 Aug 2014 at 14:16 GMT Sir William (Arbuthnot) Arbuthnot of Kittybrewster Bt wrote:

No thank you. Too busy

On 21 Aug 2014 at 20:22 GMT Mags Gaulden wrote:

Thanks for your note Nae. I was just throwing stuff up to fill the page while we are getting things set-up. that way if someone stumbles on the project page there will be something to look at. We can move it over once we get the pages set. Mags

On 21 Aug 2014 at 15:55 GMT Lola (Simmons) Kelley wrote:

Thanks, One question about Wikipedia how much of this info can I use on Bibb-295 I have some old documents to add also. I don't know much about the guy all I was ever told he was a governor or something. His daughter is not mentioned on there but she is in other sources.

On 21 Aug 2014 at 13:27 GMT Lola (Simmons) Kelley wrote:

Thanks for adding the template too Hilley-16 I added a note which was Robert in the group picture, I'm not sure who the other guys are from my understanding they all died together. I'm going to add his mom and dad my grandfather was best friends with his dad I am not sure if any kin but its possibility everyone's kin in this town.

On 20 Aug 2014 at 23:36 GMT Larry Chesebro' Jr wrote:

Thanks for the head's up on the NEW US Southern Colonies project. I would love to be included!

On 15 Aug 2014 at 16:21 GMT Rick Heiser wrote:

Ellen Lockhart's son, George Alexander Clezie, was naturalized at Cleveland on 8 Oct 1866. His application said he arrived in the U.S. in May, 1850. But that childhood memory was wrong; we know the family was still in Toronto in May, 1852, when another child died there. Probably they moved to the U.S. in late 1852. A son, William James Clezie, was born 18 Dec 1852; a census record says he was born in New York! Maybe it was at Troy, on the way to Cleveland? The husband/father, James Clezie, was first listed in Cleveland directory in 1856.

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