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R Adams

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Profile last modified | Created 29 Nov 2017 | Last significant change: 29 Jan 2018
19:15: Karen (Brown) Speedy posted a message on the page for R Adams. [Thank Karen for this]
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Seek parents of Nathan/Nathaniel C. Babcock (b 1763) Westerly, Colonial Rhode Island, then to CT, died in Broadalbin NY, then children moved on to Prattsburg NY.
Curious about my Great Grandmother Celia Brundage Babcock of Steuben County (Brundage-640)
Seek parents of Gilbert Drew (born 1730-1732). Does he have siblings?
Did Walter Hubbell (1736-1787) really die in Broadalbin NY?
In Colonial Mass. and later in Prattsburg, NY. Were women who went to war with their men called "consorts"?

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On 29 Jan 2018 at 00:15 GMT Karen (Brown) Speedy wrote:

Hi R, I received an email today concerning information about WILLIAM BRUNDAGE. On Ancestry I was able to find the following: fin-a-grave #103864298, A cemetery head stone in the Wyatt Cemetery, the inscription says New York, 3 Regt., NY Malitia, Revalutionary War, I found 2 Census reports, 1776 and 1790 Ulster NY, 1820 Milo, Ontario, NY. I hope that is some help, Karen

On 4 Jan 2018 at 16:09 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:

Hi R.,

Thanks for taking the Pre-1700 Quiz.

Because pre-1700 ancestors are shared by many descendants, working within the projects which coordinate them is essential. You can learn more about joining the community in How To #3 and in the Project FAQ.

Use the Pre-1700 Projects list to find one which best fits your research focus, whether time period, location, or special event. Read the goals and tasks of the project and join if it is a good fit.

Let me know if you have trouble finding projects which fit your focus. Click my name, then ask in the comment section of my page. Natalie ~ Pre-1700 Greeter

On 13 Dec 2017 at 16:35 GMT Shirley (Strutton) Dalton wrote:

Hi –

We are happy to have you as a member of WikiTree. I hope you’re enjoying being here.

I'm a member of the Mentor project, and I just wanted to check in and see how things are going. Do you have any questions I can help you with?

Shirley – WikiMentor

On 6 Dec 2017 at 22:46 GMT Cindy (Williams) Lesure wrote:

Hello Again,

You've been a member of WikiTree for about a week now so I thought I would check in to see how it's going. Have the How-Tos been helpful or left you with questions?

I want to help! Click my name, then ask in the comment section of my page or send me a private message. Sometimes links don't work in emails. If that's happened to you, check the public comments on your profile. The links will work from there.

Cindy ~ WikiTree Messenger

PS Good work so far! Have you noticed on your ancestor profiles on bottom right is "Research" where you can get sources and more information? Give it a try! For profiles for living people, just go to this link. RootsSearch

On 29 Nov 2017 at 18:07 GMT R Adams wrote:

Thanks, cousin Carolyn!

I do relate to Henry Adams (b.1583) of Braintree, but not through my Adamses who arrived in the USA around 1900 from England via Canada to do Salvation Army work.

I relate to Henry Adams via his Son Capt. Samuel Adams whose daughter Rebecca married Edward Waldo in 1706. My grandmother was Florence (Waldo) Babcock (b.1889).

Much tree work has been done on the Braintree line and close to half my Waldo line is accounted for , so that is really wonderful! The other Waldo half, is clear from the Lincoln Waldo Genealogy book.

I am "Thankful" for the work that has been done to record things and have really enjoyed the names that have fallen out of fashion. I see we must rely on the "Charity" of others and apply "Patience" to not duplicate.

"Peace" to all.

R Adams

On 29 Nov 2017 at 13:51 GMT Carolyn Adams wrote:

Hi R: Two of your surnames matched mine so I got an email about that. Your Babcocks are definitely from the same group as mine. My RI Babcocks settled in SW Vermont, but I know their relatives went to Broadalbin. Don't know if we connect with Adamses. Mine is the Presidential line, from Henry of Braintree. This genealogy is available online, and is a great resource. If you can get back 5 generations or so, you can check the indexes to see if your Adams is of the Henry line. Good luck here! The major thing you need to know as a new person is to be sure to check before you duplicate names here. A lot of work is already done. We just improve upon it.

On 29 Nov 2017 at 04:55 GMT David Selman wrote:

Hi R., Thank you for the note and questions.

Our primary vision is to build a collaborative tree with just one profile per person, so please make sure to look for duplicates on WikiTree before adding a profile. Having dates and locations attached to every person assists in our mission as well.

"We cite sources. Without sources, we can't objectively resolve conflicting information." A source provides a way to find out more about the person. Showing sources reduces confusion and duplicates.

Here is what our Sources help page says. It has lots of ideas:

The Sources Style Guide shows how to enter sources in the biography.

A free and very good website to find sources for your family/ancestors is Family Search.

We also have a Help Index with links to topics you may have questions on.

Thank you, David – WikiTree Greeter, Mentor

On 29 Nov 2017 at 04:50 GMT David Selman wrote:

Hi R.,

A warm welcome to WikiTree. You are now a full member and can add your family to the big tree!

Click here to start with our New Member How-To Pages. They will save you time, energy and frustration as you add your family profiles.

Hope you enjoy WikiTree as much as I have. You never know when you will find a lost family member or ancestor. Or maybe find a hidden family secret about an ancestor. Genealogy to me is like being a detective looking for clues into the past.

Sometimes links don't work in emails. If that's happened to you, check the public comments on your profile as the links will work from there.

Please let me know if you have any questions. I'm always happy to help!

David ~ WikiTree Greeter

On 29 Nov 2017 at 03:12 GMT David Selman wrote:


Just a note to say hello and to let you know that I'm available to answer questions about WikiTree. You can contact me by clicking the link to my name above this message, then sending a private message or posting a comment on my profile page.

David ~ WikiTree Greeter

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