Anne B

Anne B

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Anne B
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Profile last modified 19 Oct 2019 | Created 7 Jan 2014 | Last significant change: 19 Oct 2019
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Wiki Genealogist September 2019 Club 1,000 26 Ancestors in 26 Weeks WikiTreer Award Winner Honor Code Signatory Ranger Pre-1500 Brick Wall Demolition Derby Winner Sourcerer WikiTree Project Leader Puritan Great Migration Project Member Mayflower Project Member Profile Improvement Project Member One Place Studies Project Member United States Project Member Generous Genealogist - Blue Star August 2019 Club 1,000 Super Star Community Star January 2014 Club 100
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Anne has written and improved 300 profiles for the Biography Builders Challenge.
Descendant of PGM migrant Nathaniel Turner and more.
Anne B is a descendant of Mayflower Passenger George Soule
Anne B is a Connecticuter.
Best Profile Manager 2018
Anne has participated in 12 out of 52 weeks during the 2018 52 Ancestors Challenge.
Anne has participated in 41 out of 52 weeks during the 2019 52 Ancestors Challenge.
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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.
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Space:New_Haven_Colony One Place Study
Space:AnneB's Wishlist Long term things that need to be done etc.
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Space:Woodstock, Massachusetts Perhaps to become a one place study
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Puritan Great Migration Joined 3 Aug 2014
Profile Improvement Joined 3 Aug 2014
Link to PIP Category page
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Mayflower Joined 2 Dec 2014
Link to Mayflower Category page
Connecticut Joined 29 July 2016
Collaborative Profile of the Week No longer an active Challenge.
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Some Odd Bits of "Stuff"

Connecticut Cemeteries Category page.

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

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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
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
Leader, Mayflower Project. 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. previous 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 19 Oct 2019 at 14:18 GMT Jen (Stevens) Hutton wrote:

Thank you so much for the info on inline citations! I'm grateful for the feedback, it is much appreciated.

On 16 Oct 2019 at 01:26 GMT Michael Alderman wrote:

Anne, thank you so much for your prompt and thorough response to my question about pre-1700 sources! I especially appreciate that you included examples how to accomplish what I was trying to do. You’re a great WikiTreer!

On 9 Oct 2019 at 23:46 GMT Brian Kerr Esq wrote:

In an effort to obtain (and contribute) to the "Mayflower Project", and in accordance with the outlined requirements, I had added the "MAYFLOWER" tag to my profile, I've already signed the "Honor Code" and I currently have the "Pre-1700 badge".

Please let me know if you require anything further.

Thank you very much for your time, patience and support for this project! :-)

~Brian Kerr

On 2 Oct 2019 at 14:38 GMT Pip Sheppard wrote:

Thank you, Anne, for every one of your more than one thousand contributions to our Shared Tree during the month of September. The Appreciation Team honors you for all of your efforts.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

On 25 Sep 2019 at 18:52 GMT Peggy (Haskell) Moss wrote:

Regarding Latham-69, 5-star Mercy Latham Harris, there is no support for Abner Harris as a son of Isaac and Mercy Latham Harris. Isaac, Jr and Jane did have a son named Abner. Harris-10831 who is attached to Latham-69 was born in Medford, MA was, I believe. the son of Abner Harris and Elizabeth .Lawrence Harris ( dau. of Nathaniel Lawrence) . I put a note on Latham-69 profile, also. Do I need to follow a specific procedure for removing Abner as a child of Mercy and Isaac?

On 24 Sep 2019 at 18:46 GMT Tim Prince wrote:

I agree about the primary citations having no lnab for Mary, so it seems appropriate to make the change (unknown?). I simply adopted the profile as my purported double 9th ggm, with her spouse appearing on our pilgrim to patriot ancestry list. I hesitated to make more of a change than putting through a merge, due to the likelihood of Mayflower project criticism. I'm surprised she hasn't been taken off my list.

On 22 Sep 2019 at 15:46 GMT Sherry (Clough) Sievert wrote:

Thanks Anne; I got the Mayflower 'patch' added.

On 22 Sep 2019 at 15:14 GMT Sherry (Clough) Sievert wrote:

Thanks, Anne;

Re; Johanna Cooke; you didn't include a Source for your reasoning; I'm snowed today, but will try to get it taken care of tomorrow.

On 19 Sep 2019 at 04:04 GMT Kathryn (Miller) Greenwald wrote:

Hi Anne, How do I go about getting the G2G tag you mentioned on my profile page? Our lines come down from John Alden and Priscilla Mullins--children: Joseph Alden (abt 1627) and Mary Alden (abt 1639)

Thank you, Kathryn Miller Greenwald

On 15 Sep 2019 at 01:47 GMT Pip Sheppard wrote:

Anne, every one of your more than 1000 contributions for the month of August 2009 adds to the improvement of our Shared Tree. Thanks so much for all of your efforts and for being such a wonderful WikiTreer.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

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