Badges of M White

Here are the 8 earned badges of M White. See badges and points Help for more information.

  • Connect-a-Thon Winter 2022
    Connect-a-Thon Winter 2022
    Participant in the January 2022 Connect-a-Thon.
    14 Dec 2021

  • Pre-1700
    Self-certified for editing profiles of people born between 1500 and 1700.
    28 Aug 2019 [Thank M for this]

  • August 2018 Club 100
    August 2018 Club 100
    Made 100 or more contributions to our collaborative family tree in August 2018.
    1 Sep 2018

  • Family Star
    Family Star
    Recognized for making valuable contributions to their family's history.
    2 Aug 2018
    Awarded by Debi Matlack who wrote:
    For all the hard work and great detail being added to Moseley profiles.
    [Thank Debi for this]

  • United States Project Member
    United States Project Member
    Active participant in the United States Project or a sub-project.
    14 Jul 2018
    Awarded by Liz Shifflett who wrote:
    Thank you for joining the Virginia Project!
    [Thank Liz for this]

  • Honor Code Signatory
    Honor Code Signatory
    Signed the Wiki Genealogist Honor Code.
    7 Jul 2018 [Thank M for this]

  • Volunteer
    A genealogist who volunteered to help grow our shared family tree.
    7 Jul 2018
    WHITE: Father's surname is White. I've traced ancestors to Mathews County, VA, but cannot get further due to Mathews being a burned county. My mother's maiden name is Kesterson. I have good documentation on her side with the exception of her father, Taylor Kesterson. Taylor married a Rose Dombrowski and they had a child, Evelyn Kesterson, who married a Czaplinski later in life. We have no photos of Taylor. All the families come out of England with the exception of the Parrotts and Dombrowskis. VIRGINIA: Most of the family hails from England at some point. This includes the Whites, Butterworth, Griffis, Mosley, Kesterson, and Ashby. Most of the families settle in Virginia, with exception to the Mosleys and Griffis, whom settle in Florida, in the vicinity of Clay County. The Butterworths, Whites, Kestersons, and Griffis, all migrate to Baltimore by the late 1800s, early 1900s. Mathews County, VA is a burned county due to the Civil War. All records were moved to Richmond for safe keeping. The 1921 fire wiped out
    [Thank M for this]

  • GEDCOM Equipped
    GEDCOM Equipped
    Experienced with the GEnealogical Data COMmunication standard. Uploaded a GEDCOM for matching.
    30 Jun 2018

M White has made 2 contributions in January. Another 98 before midnight GMT on the last day of the month will earn the January Club 100 badge.

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