Anne  B

Anne B

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Anne B
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B-404 created 7 Jan 2014 | Last modified | Last edit: 25 Apr 2017
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Descendant of PGM migrant Nathaniel Turner and more
Fountain Pen Anne has written and improved one hundred profiles for the Biography Builders Challenge.

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.

Forget-Me-Nots Rock. Thank you Team. I'm #223 in the Source-a thon

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:Collaborative Profile To-Do List. How to run the CPRoW
Space:AnneB's Ahnentafel
Space:Woodstock, Massachusetts Perhaps to become a one place study

Links to projects I'm involved in:
Puritan Great Migration
Profile Improvement
Collaborative Profile of the Week

Sons & Atari

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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
Duke Ellington is this weeks profile
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.
new 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. 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
Just for Fun
George Soule's (Mayflower) daughter Susanna m. Francis West


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On 25 Apr 2017 at 13:19 GMT Jim Moore wrote:

I completely agree with your reasoning re Lydia Delano.

On 24 Apr 2017 at 18:00 GMT Debi (Moseley) Matlack wrote:

Katherine Treat's profile is open to editing at any time if you want to change things. She is probably some ancillary far-flung relative or in-law to my line and I honestly didn't recognize her name. If you have the sourcing, please feel free to correct the information.

Thanks for all you do!

On 15 Apr 2017 at 22:36 GMT Reid Brodie III wrote:

US & International Marriage records 1560-1900 Thomas White married to Hannah Workman in 1633 ( no location)

Same source Thomas White married to Ann Workman in 1635 in Massachusetts.

New England Marriages prior to 1700 Thomas White married in 1629 in New England, USA, but wife's name not given.

On 15 Apr 2017 at 07:08 GMT Mary Cole wrote:

Anne ~

If there is a profile listed on the Category: Gedcom cleanup required page. Does it qualify for a leader (or whoever) to open it up so it can be cleaned up and sourced?


On 2 Apr 2017 at 16:44 GMT S (Hill) Willson wrote:

Thanks for the updates on Joanna Lee?, Anne, as well as for answering the question on G2G. I think will change her LNAB and identify her possible last name as Lee if there aren't other sources that show her last name. Sharon

On 28 Mar 2017 at 22:53 GMT Janine Barber wrote:

Thanks for providing assistance with a tangled merge question. Sometimes another viewpoint, another pair of eyes, makes a big difference!

On 20 Mar 2017 at 11:32 GMT Christine (Brown) Searle wrote:

My apologies Anne - I misunderstood the schedule - it looked as if I had changed to 12. Will start now.

On 8 Mar 2017 at 16:48 GMT Bobbie (Madison) Hall wrote:

Nice job on Edward Wigglesworth! Thank you.

On 6 Mar 2017 at 19:00 GMT Cynthia (Edgemon) Rushing wrote:


You're name has popped up on a number of wikitree activities I've participated in and I want you to know I really appreciate all you do on wikitree. Thank you!

On 5 Mar 2017 at 19:18 GMT Steve Lake wrote:

Although I apologized to Ann B in private, I feel that I should also apologize in public. Ann made an edit suggestion yesterday, on a profile on which I had had a round of disagreements over last December. I completely forgot that I had requested a style review, which was what Ann was responding to, and I jumped to the conclusion that the person I had disagreed with was behind Ann's suggestions. Needless to say, Ann didn't deserve the hornets nest that I let loose, and that it was late last night is no excuse for me. This morning cleared up my badly false assumptions and I hope my apologies and amends are accepted. I value Ann B's advice and even more now that I have learned more about her expertise and contributions.

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