Anne  B

Anne B

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Categories: Frink and Williams Cemetery, Stonington, Connecticut | Brewsters Neck Cemetery, Preston, Connecticut | Pendleton Hill Cemetery, North Stonington, Connecticut | Niles Cemetery, Groton, Connecticut | WikiTree Leaders | Mac Interest Group | Mayflower Descendants On WikiTree | Mayflower Project | Profile Improvement Project | Chocolate Needed | B-404.

Ideas for Mayflower descendant stickers

Descendant of Mayflower passenger George Soule.
Descendant of Mayflower passenger George Soule.
Descendant of Mayflower passenger George Soule.
Descendant of Mayflower passenger George Soule.

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Anne has written and improved 200 profiles for the Biography Builders Challenge.
Descendant of PGM migrant Nathaniel Turner and more.

I know, I'm not dead, but having a link to the cemetery categories here, helps when I have to create one.

My name
A garden (no weeds)

I've been researching forty-five plus years. Yes, even back in the days, when you had to go to a library and read real books with real pages, and photocopies cost as much as a gallon of gas (25 cents). I've spent many a dizzying hour reading microfilm.

I've recently published a family genealogy on my grandmother's family. It's 208 pages including a twenty page bibliography. Every fact I've stated in the book has a listed source. I do not believe in undocumented genealogy. I'd rather leave a date unfilled, or as an "about this date," than put in a piece of information that I don't have proof for.

I really like the concept of what we're doing here at wiki-tree. I am continually irritated by the plethora of unsourced and often inaccurate trees on Ancestry. Keep up the good work. Source, source, double check, source some more and let's get rid of all the duplicates.

Bio: I was born in Connecticut, grew up in New Jersey, have parents (deceased) and many siblings. I returned to Connecticut, married a dairy farmer, have three grown children and no grandchildren.

Good Source? Bad Source? Started out as one thing, is now a list of frequently used sources, mostly Mass. and Conn.
AnneBGraphicsEtc. Graphics and formatting
Space:New_Haven_Colony One Place Study
Space:AnneB's Wishlist Long term things that need to be done etc.
Space:Biography Builders
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Space:Woodstock, Massachusetts Perhaps to become a one place study
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Links to projects I'm involved in:

Puritan Great Migration Joined 3 Aug 2014
Profile Improvement Joined 3 Aug 2014
One Place Studies Joined 3 Sep 2014
Mayflower Joined 2 Dec 2014
Connecticut Joined 29 July 2016
Collaborative Profile of the Week No longer an active Challenge.

Sons & Atari

To get a list of profile's I've created - Now generates all names in Watchlist.

To get a list of Watchlist profiles with categories db error page for individuals

For odd searches Google "B-404" [location unknown]

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Category Search Usage: In the link replace query parameter to search for any category.

This link also shows parent and sub categories.


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Sounds fun
I'm interested in the descendants of William Bryan and Jane Clark circa 1750 in North Carolina, with a special emphasis on Briens who were in Nashville and the rest of Tennessee.
Coordinator of the Connecticut sub-project of United States History Project
My grandmother was a Crofutt. They stretch back to Joseph Crowfoot in Springfield, Massachusetts. This is I think my longest surname line.
My grandmother was a Crofutt. They stretch back to Joseph Crowfoot in Springfield, Massachusetts. This is I think my longest surname line.
My grandmother was a Crofutt. They stretch back to Joseph Crowfoot in Springfield, Massachusetts. This is I think my longest surname line.
Sub-project PIP
Interested in early Massachusetts settlers
My Mayflower ancestor was George Soule through his daughter Susanna who married Francis West. My husband is a descendant of William Brewster.
The Mix name is the first I ever researched, I have several generations starting with Thomas in New Haven. The Mixes are one of my "entries" to the DAR. I don't belong, but I could.
1637-1665 See [ New Haven Colony Space Page.
New Haven Colony
I think that if you had any ancestor who was in New England for a generation, you automatically have a PGM ancestor also. I have many. Co-leader Puritan Great Migration Project.
I love improving profiles. Co-Leader Profile Improvement Project.
My Mayflower Ancestor. I have the newest (2015) Mayflower Pink Book on George. I can "look up"
Coordinator of the Connecticut sub-project of United States History Project


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On 22 Mar 2018 at 23:32 GMT Roberta (Hilse) Burnett wrote:

Ann, What is PPP? MANY DISCUSSIONS but NO definition. Do we have an INDEX for such terms?

On 22 Mar 2018 at 17:59 GMT David Stearns Jr. wrote:

Hi Ann,

I suspect we will be doing more business in the future. I confirmed the merge of Sarah Towne. Her father, William, is my 9th great-grandfather via son Joseph. There may be some bad matches in my gedcom due to my learning curve. I'm better at it now, but thanks for finding this duplicate. David

On 21 Mar 2018 at 21:21 GMT David Stearns Jr. wrote:

Thanks Ann,

I will be VERY careful as I don't want to incur your wrath - ha. I hope I can add some information that may be useful as my grandfather was a member of the Mayflower Society (I was a Junior member) in the 1950's based upon his work on John Howland. Times have changed and I realize the source requirements are more stringent as they are for DAR. Thanks very much for the invitation! David

On 21 Mar 2018 at 19:10 GMT David Stearns Jr. wrote:

Hi Anne,

I would like to join the Mayflower Project. I have one confirmed by Mayflower Society (John Howland], two almost certain [John Alden and Priscilla Mullins] and one very likely through my Crosby line [Steven Hopkins]. If you can add me or tell me how to officially join, I would be happy to be a member and hopefully contribute. David

On 21 Mar 2018 at 17:40 GMT David Stearns Jr. wrote:

Hi Anne,

I added you to the trusted list per your request. William and his son John are my wife's ancestors so I am happy to have you help out. I hope I did what you wanted as I am not too familiar with all the in's and out's of WikiTree yet. I guess I should do more homework. I am still busy trying to check and compare my gedcoms. It is tedious work, but I appreciate the reasons for it. Many of my ancestors are well-researched and others are not that much, so I welcome any help from you and others. David

On 18 Mar 2018 at 14:20 GMT David Stearns Jr. wrote:

Anne, I appreciate the help with naming people. I changed Mrs. William Hyde to Mrs. Unknown Hyde per your suggestion. I am working on my gedcom and many of my people are likely to not conform to WikiTree naming conventions. Please don't hesitate to offer help in the future.

On 18 Mar 2018 at 14:16 GMT David Stearns Jr. wrote:

Thanks, Anne, for alerting me to the potential duplicate of Sarah Weed (Weed-45 and Weed-1090). I agree that they are the same person although the dates are off by several years. She doesn't show up on the Barbour Index so I proposed a merge and deferred to the owner which used the Great Migration data. I tend to get lost in the weeds with the Weed family.


On 15 Mar 2018 at 13:42 GMT Jim Moore wrote:

I agree that Judith Pease should be removed as a wife of Abraham Sampson (b. 1614).

On 14 Mar 2018 at 19:53 GMT Marcel Muise wrote:

Anne, how do remove myself from PGM Profile Manager, only because I'm getting flooded with email?

On 13 Mar 2018 at 12:16 GMT Peter Whitlock wrote:

Francis Webb was in Salem in 1629 building a mill. His sister Katherine married Alexander Whitlock at Salisbury, Wiltshire 1625. I think this is likely the link that brought the Whitlocks to Salem in 1643. The Whitlocks were likely from Pitton (3 miles from Salisbury). Peter Whitlock, Whitlock Family Association

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