Marjorie was born in 1941 at a hospital in Salisbury, Maryland of father Burl Adams and Christine Baker who were living in Selbyville, Baltimore Hundred, Sussex Co. Delaware, situated right at the border of Maryland. She married Tom R. Green in Columbus, Ohio. but continues to use her maiden name, Adams . Marjorie "Marj" Adams worked for 25 years as a teacher and university librarian and has been doing genealogy for 15+ yrs.-- first her paternal Adams-Williams-Martin-Skelton line and then her maternal Baker-LONG-Murray family. Now she is working on the family of her husband, Tom Green. She thinks she may have cracked the brick wall there with finding marriage and census records for Edward Green and Elizabeth Craun, possible parents of Ira Green, Tom's proved 2 grgrfa, Franklin Co. OH, 1842 (marriage record). At this point the Green ancestors of Ira are speculative with FTDNA Green close matches all from the deep south. She has searched for records in those lines and with others in the FF-Green group has determined that the common ancestor may be William from Baltimore Co. MD in the 1700s.
She is committed to ACCURACY and believes that without recorded SOURCES, which give credit to others and help to resolve conflicting information, genealogy trees are for naught.
1. Marj Adams was the genealogist behind the name Tom Green when she joined wiki tree in July 2014 as Green-11245 . One of Wiki Tree leaders suggested she separate the profiles of Tom Green and Marj Adams - completed Aug 2015, new profile # assigned.
2. Marj adopted hundreds of orphaned profiles originally created by John W. LONG, Sr. [Long-4099] a former, prolific WikiTree member who cited her Ancestry.com, "Delmarvalous Ancestors", tree in many of bios he entered. The format he used is unusual and she continues to bring it into compliance with WT style.
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On 10 Sep 2017 at 04:50 GMT Virginia (Mcclure) Edwards wrote:
On 8 Sep 2017 at 17:02 GMT Chrissy Locke wrote:
I agree Benjamite Green should be Benjamin. I will change it to reflect your research notes.
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On 15 Jun 2017 at 17:52 GMT Scott Long wrote:
On 4 Jun 2017 at 16:14 GMT D (Terry) S wrote:
were referring to. I will re do the sources you have done.
On 3 Jun 2017 at 22:03 GMT D (Terry) S wrote:
you so it tallies with the right terminology.