Stuart Awbrey

Stuart Awbrey

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Stuart A. Awbrey
Born 1930s.
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Categories: Wales Project | Brecknockshire, Wales | Abercynrig, Wales | Christ College, Brecon | Awbrey Name Study.

This profile is part of the Awbrey Name Study.
The source page THE EARLY AUBREY/AWBREY FAMILY IN WALES FROM 1060 TO 1350 provides an explanation regarding the existence of, the lineage of, and circa birth dates of the early Aubrey/Awbrey individuals in Wales. The period covered is 1060 to 1350.
Coordinator for the Wales Project with specific responsibilities for Counties and Cities of Wales and Places in Wales (in progress).

Contents

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Pages Created or Contributed To:
The Early Aubrey/Awbrey Family in Wales From 1060 TO 1350
Abercynrig Manor House and Estate, Brecon, Wales
History of Christ College and Awbrey Chapel, Brecon, Wales
Awbrey Family Members in the Revolutionary War
Aubrey/Awbrey Name Study
Planned Pages Related to Aubrey/Awbreys in Wales:
Pages for Brecon Cathedral, Llanelieu Court, St. Ellwy's Church, Tredomen and Tretower.

Biography

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Stuart Awbrey has Welsh ancestors.




I was born at Kleberg County Hospital in Kingsville, Texas. Lived in Kingsville until 1960. Moved to Austin, Texas in 1960 while in the Army. Moved to San Antonio, Texas in 1973 after being employed by USAA.

Military

I joined the U.S. Army in February, 1960. After basic training, worked in the Battalion Headquarters of the 4th Missile Unit, 7th Artillery at Bergstrom Air Force Base, Austin, Texas. The unit was a Nike-Hercules missile unit whose role was to protect Strategic Air Command bases. I completed my service in 1963.

Education

- Attended H.M. king High School in Kingsville, TX - graduated in 1955.

- Graduated with a BBA degree from Texas A&I University (now Texas A&M at Kingsville) in 1959.

- Did additional undergrad work at University of Texas - Austin, Texas 1963-65 earning teacher certification in secondary education.

- Completed course work to earn the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation.

Employment

- Worked as parts department inventory controller for the Chevrolet dealer while attending high school and college in Kingsville, Texas.

- Worked as parts department inventory controller for the Chevrolet dealer while attending University of Texas in Austin, Texas.

- Worked as an underwriting manager for Farmers Ins Group at the Austin, Texas regional office 1965-73.

- Held management positions in various home office staff Property & Casualty Underwriting units at USAA from 1973 until retirement in 1998. Insurance industry activities in state auto insurance plans (SAIP):

President - Texas SAIP
President - Western Association of SAIP
Chairman - Texas SAIP Technical Committee
Chairman - California SAIP Technical Committee
Member - Mid-Atlantic SAIP Association - D.C. representative

Other Activities

- President - Mens Garden Clubs of America - Austin, Texas Chapter in 1960

- President - Southwest Region - Mens Garden Clubs of America 1960-61

- Certified Mens Garden Clubs of America flower show judge

Awbrey Magna Carta Project

There is an ongoing effort establish our emigrant ancestor John Awbrey as a Gateway Ancestor. Most of the work has been done by Liz Shifflett. See John Awbrey’s profile and the Awbrey Magna Carta Trail page for the latest information.

Magna Carta Surety Barons

  • According to the Relationship Finder!!:

Genealogy

I became interested in Awbrey family history in the 1960s when an aunt and some cousins held several family reunions.

My interest in Awbrey family history became active again in 2014. For several years I had been interested in my wife's research on her Martin and Dooley family genealogy. This included visits to various locations in the U.S. and to Gien, France where her great-great grandfather lived while a member of the French General Assembly.

While planning a trip to Bristol, England in 2014 for more Martin family research we decided to visit Brecon, Wales to do Awbrey family research.

That visit was revealing. I visited Awbrey related sites at Abercynrig Estate, St. Ellwy's Church at Llanelieu, Christ College and Brecon Cathedral. There was much I did not know at that time.

In 2016, a second visit to Brecon and surrounding areas were much more productive due to research that had been done. Visits to additional sites and buildings related to the family were made.

My Awbrey family research has been greatly assisted by books self-published by cousins:

Aubrey/Awbrey published by Mildred Awbrey in 1966.
Aubrey-Awbrey of Virginia and Kentucky published by Walton L. Aubrey in 1987.
Awbrey-Aubrey Family Heritage and History published by Jack C. Awbrey in 1991.
Aubrey/Awbrey - Dominion and Decline published by Jon A. Awbrey in 2007.
and a pedigree chart of pre-1600s ancestors prepared by Darrell Wolcott of The Center for the Study of Ancient Wales.

On site research has been done at:

The National Archives, Kew, London
National Portrait Gallery, London
Family Search center in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Online research has been very productive with general searches on Google and specific online searches of the National Archives and the National Library of Wales.

Member Kendall County (Texas) Genealogical Society.

Research never stops. What an addiction!

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Followed Tags
Stuart is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
1776-PROJECT
I am working on ancestors and others who fought in the Revolutionary War.
ABERCYNRIG
I am the category contact.
AUBREY
Being an Awbrey descendant creates interest in the Aubrey spelling as used by my 9th great grandfather, Dr. William Aubrey, London and Abercynrig.
AWBREY
I am an Awbrey descendant, with a good degree of certainty, of Thomas Awbrey born abt 1271. It is possible he is the son of Thomas Awbrey born abt 1239.
BRECKNOCKSHIRE
I am the category contact.
CYMRU
I have Cymru- Wales ancestors in the 742-1535 period.
DATA_DOCTORS
I have made many data error changes and plan to continue doing so.
LAWHON
My grandmother is a Lawhon.
PRE-1500
I am doing work on my ancestors from that period.
PRE-1700
I work on ancestors in that period.
UNITEDKINGDOM
I am a member of the United Kingdom Project Team.


DNA Tested
Stuart Awbrey's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Stuart or other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA. Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
  • Stuart Awbrey: Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 111 markers, haplogroup E-M35, FTDNA kit #410976
  • Cole Aubrey Find Relationship : Y-Chromosome Test 37 markers, haplogroup E1b1b
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
  • Stuart Awbrey: Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test Full Sequence, haplogroup H3v-T16093C, FTDNA kit #410976
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On 16 Feb 2019 at 07:20 GMT Rae (Redford) Santema wrote:

Thanks Stuart! Maria got back to me.

On 8 Feb 2019 at 04:01 GMT Rae (Redford) Santema wrote:

Hi Stuart. Can you or someone from the Wales project setup the higher category for Welsh Immigrants to Canada so that I may split off in to the different provinces for the Western Canada Project? Thank you!

On 23 Sep 2018 at 17:37 GMT Gayel Knott wrote:

Hi, Stuart -- Finally found the new URL for Henry Awbrey's page. Being stubbon helps.

On 23 Sep 2018 at 14:58 GMT Gayel Knott wrote:

Stewart, I'm copying this from Henry Awbrey's page: "Re: Link no longer working -- it probably never will, thanks to Ancestry. They were supposed to maintain the archives for Rootsweb, but had a couple of major computer crashes. Some of the archived messages are back, but this one seems to have been not recovered. There was a lot of really good information that got lost when Ancestry didn't take care of those sites."

On 7 Aug 2018 at 03:13 GMT Anon Snyder wrote:

Hi Stewart, Thank you fow the work you have done. I don't think Langhee was the profile I thinks it was a Sanford or Samford. To get a better response when wanting the location changed to a colony, you might mention that instead of the year. TY Jenny

On 6 Aug 2018 at 22:36 GMT Anon Snyder wrote:

Hi Stuart, Did you change the birthdate? If not 1694 seems okay do you have additional information that indicates it should be different?

Thank you

On 31 Jul 2018 at 19:48 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:

Thanks Stuart. See you in September. Please join our Google Forum here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/wikicategories.

Thank you, Natalie

On 31 Jul 2018 at 10:46 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:

Hi Stuart,

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 to 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 21 Apr 2018 at 19:50 GMT Dorothy Barry wrote:

Hi Stuart, thanks again for joining the Southern Super Sweepers. We are off to a good start but we need everyone to join in.

Hopefully you will have some time this weekend to help up stay up in the top 5 teams!! Keep up with us on our team page here: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Southern_Super_Sweepers and team chat on g2g: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/580205/southern-super-sweepers-team-chat-spring-2018

On 25 Feb 2018 at 00:44 GMT Ron Campbell wrote:

Thanks for your great surname suggestion. It worked well.

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