Steve Bartlett
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Steve Bartlett

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Steve H. Bartlett
Born 1940s.
Ancestors ancestors
Brother of [private sister (1940s - unknown)], [private sister (1940s - unknown)] and [private brother (1950s - unknown)]
Descendants descendants
Father of [private daughter (1970s - unknown)] and [private son (1970s - unknown)]
Profile last modified | Created 2 Nov 2014
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This profile is part of the Welsh Row, Nantwich, Cheshire One Place Study.
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Steve Bartlett is a member of the Wales Project (Counties Team – Flintshire, Wales Categories Team, Wales Disasters Team, Data Doctors).
Steve Bartlett is a member of the Bartlett Name Study Project.
Steve Bartlett is a member of the Mostyn Name Study Project.
Steve Bartlett participated in the June 2021 Categorization Project DBE 8072 Challenge.
Steve Bartlett participated with The Welsh Dragons during the 2022 Connect-a-Thon.
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Contents

Biography

  • Steve was born in Hove in 1946[1]. Shortly afterwards the family moved to Brentwood in Essex, and then in 1950 to Colwyn Bay.
  • He was educated at Rydal School before going to Emmanuel College, Cambridge to read Natural Sciences (Medicine). After his degree he went to Exeter College, Oxford to do a Post Graduate Certificate of Education.
  • Subsequently he taught at The Read School, Drax for three years.
  • In 1978 he joined The Wellcome Foundation pharmaceutical company where he spent the majority of his career until the company was taken over by Glaxo.
  • He then went to the pharmaceutical market research company PMSI as head of their UK company and when they were taken over by IMS he took early retirement and moved to France.
ANCESTORS BY GENERATION OVERALL ANCESTORS (CUMULATIVE)
Gen. # Direct Relation to Self Dates of Birth Matches # # Identified in WikiTree % Identified in WikiTree Total # Total # Identified Total % Identified
1Parent1920ssiblings22100.0%22100.0%
2grandparent1890s1st Cousins44100.0%66100.0%
3great grandparent1850s to 1870s2nd Cousins88100.0%1414100.0%
42nd great grandparent1810s to 1850s3rd Cousins1616100.0%3030100.0%
53rd great grandparent1770s to 1820s4th Cousins323196.9%626198.4%
64th great grandparent1740s to 1790s5th Cousins644367.2%12610482.5%
75th great grandparent1700s to 1760s6th Cousins1287054.7%25417468.5%
86th great grandparent1670s to 1740s7th Cousins25610139.4%51027553.9%
97th great grandparent1650s to 1700s8th Cousins51216732.6%102244243.2%
108th great grandparent1590s to 1670s9th Cousins102427426.8%204671635.0%

Table formatting accessed at Table of Known Ancestors page. Thanks Karen!

My Surnames

Click on Surname to view EKA - Earliest Known Ancestor
Paternal Grandfather , Paternal Grandmother vs Maternal Grandfather , Maternal Grandmother ancestors
Allan, Andrews
Bailey, Baker , Barret , Barrowclough , Bartlett , Bayley , Blackwell , Blake , Bone , Boole , Bottrill , Boyde , Brabyn , Bray , Broad , Bunt , Burnard , Butler
Campion, Cample , Cawse , Clarke , Clemas , Clickland , Collings , Cooper , Corbold , Cornew , Cotton , Courtise , Courtise , Crick
Darton (Dorton) , Davis , Dingey
Edwards, Elliott , English
Floode, Foster , Fretwell , Frost
Gold (Gould) , Grills
Ham, Hart , Hartley , Harvey , Haynes , Heath , Henderson , Hext , Hill , Honey , Howard
Ioar, Isbell
Jackson, James , Jeffries , Jeneway , John , Jones , Jones , Jutsham
Kitchen (Kitchens)
Lamb, Lamb , Landom , Lane , Launder , Lean , Lewis , Lewis , Ley , Lott , Lottimer
Mannington, Marshall , Marten , May , Maynard , Maysey , McMinn , Miller , Minor , Mitchell , Moffet , Monk , Moore
Nankeval, Nicholls , Northely
Parker, Peers , Penny , Perkines , Peter , Picken , Pitt , Ponting , Pooke , Poulton , Powell
Raine, Rash , Reynolds , Rigbie , Rogers
Sammyn, Scisley , Shepherd , Sherwill , Skin , Snelling , Spicer , Stevens , Symons
Toman, Tregear , Tregonning , Trelease , Trenwick , Tryntje , Twigs
Vallender, Varco
Wakeham (Wacum) , Wakeham , Warburton , Watkins , Webber , White , Whitford , Whitworth , Wilcock , Willes , Willing , Wolton , Wrigley


[My 6 generation chart]


Wikitree Stuff

  • Project Coordinator for Profile Improvements in Wales
  • Currently working with the Wales Project as Team Leader for the Wales Category Team
  • Currently working with the Wales Project as Team Leader for the Flintshire Team
  • Currently working with the Wales Project as Co-Team Leader for Wales Historic Buildings Team
  • Currently working with the Wales Project as Co-Team Leader for Wales Disasters Team
  • Created a structure for Wales, Ancient Kingdoms and produced the CIBs for the Cantrefs and Commotes.
  • Did the CIBs for all Welsh towns and villages during May 2020, bringing them all to the same standard.
  • Edited and modified all the Welsh CIBs to include Wikishire
  • Did all the CIBs for Devon in 2019.


DNA

  • I have a great interest in DNA analysis and have had a complete review of my mitochondial DNA and a complete review of my yDNA (Big Y 700 with FTDNA)
  • I have also had an autosomal analysis at FTDNA
  • My yDNA has now been included in YFull's analysis


Digital Afterlife

  • In the event of my death or that I have become unable through physical or mental inability to continue my work within Wikitree, I place the profiles I manage into the caring hands of the Wikitree Admin and ask that any English profiles, including my own, first be offered to the Leadership and Members of the England Project. Likewise for Welsh profiles to the Wales Project. If any member(s) of my family have the desire to continue what I have started, I ask that they be allowed to manage those profiles and have the guidance to continue in the proper manner. Any locked profiles that I manage I believe to contain only information that can be found on the internet, so they may be dealt with as privacy would allow. Thanks

Sources

  • "England and Wales Birth Registration Index, 1837-2008," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QV77-65KT : 1 October 2014), Stephen H Bartlett, 1946; from "England & Wales Births, 1837-2006," database, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : 2012); citing Birth Registration, Brighton, Sussex, England, citing General Register Office, Southport, England.
  • "England and Wales Marriage Registration Index, 1837-2005," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QV68-LV1G : 8 October 2014), Stephen H Bartlett and null, 1968; from "England & Wales Marriages, 1837-2005," database, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : 2012); citing 1968, quarter 3, vol. 5D, p. 2345, Richmond Upon Thames, Surrey, England, General Register Office, Southport, England.

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  • full middle name (H.)
  • e-mail address
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  • private siblings' names
  • private children's names (2)
  • spouse's name and marriage information
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DNA Connections
It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Steve or other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA. Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
  • Steve Bartlett: Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 111 markers, haplogroup R-BY55471, FTDNA kit #227828, MitoYDNA ID T10935 [compare]
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
  • Steve Bartlett: Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test Full Sequence, haplogroup H1e, FTDNA kit #227828, MitoYDNA ID T17675 [compare] + Mitochondrial DNA Test Full Sequence, haplogroup H1e11-C15518T, MitoYDNA ID T10927 [compare]
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Steve:
  • 100.00% X DNA 100.00% Steve Bartlett: Family Tree DNA Family Finder, GEDmatch T952027 [compare], FTDNA kit #227828

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Hi Steve! I noticed that you re-added a Bartrum Chart as the primary photo for Annes ferch Gwyn (abt.1154-) after I had removed it (I removed it when the profile was managed solely by me - I have an aversion to paper pix as the primary photo for a profile, especially when not a contemporary source and/or a questionable one - and Bartrum is frequently questioned). Anyway, when you edited the profile, you created a database error by adding the project box for Wales, which I corrected by adding the project as a manager.

WikiTree policy - Profile Aesthetics#Profile Photos - says "If a descendant objects to the usage of an image, an attempt should be made to accommodate them." According to WikiTree, Annes is my 24x-gr-grandmother.

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
If the Wales Project needs to add a primary image for some reason, instead of leaving the default silhouette, how about https://www.wikitree.com/photo/jpg/Ferch_Dafydd-1 instead?
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Steve - as requested, I've removed the primary photo from Annes ferch Gwyn's profile. Let me know if you have questions about the instructions and screen shot I sent.

Cheers, Liz

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Steve,

I noticed that you created several profiles Watkins-15014, Watkins-15012 and Watkins-15013 that cite only an online family tree as a source. And, that tree itself has no sources for those individuals.

All Pre-1700 profiles require Reliable Sources.

posted by Kay (Sands) Knight
Thank you for that I am intermittently working on these, my 11x grts. I have added some sources.
posted by Steve Bartlett
Steve,

I saw this. Thank you!

posted by Kay (Sands) Knight
Hi Steve,

Thank you for your commitment to the England Project and its goals in 2023! Together we are making English WikiTree profiles the best they can be!

I'd like to share our end-of-year 2023 Newsletter. You can read it here: England Project Newsletters. We hope you enjoy reading about what we have achieved in 2023!

On behalf of all the England Project Leaders, we wish you a peaceful, productive and enjoyable 2024!

Best wishes,

Elizabeth, England Project Leader

Hi! Just wanted to let you know that I've updated https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Wogan-203 (you had changed the spellings of the name in the namefields). That profile was conflated, combining Gwalter Gwgon with his descendant Walter Wogan. I've made changes to deconflate the profile, which now represents the descendant. I changed the birth year from c1135 to c1200, but I believe that date is also too early (I'm still working on getting a better estimate, as noted on Wogan-203).

Cheers, Liz

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Hi Steve, there is a red non-existent category as a parent category on this category, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Castell_Dinas_Br%C3%A2n%2C_Denbighshire

Thanks, regards, Margaret, Categorization project.

Thanks, Margaret, got called away mid-action, and haven’t got back to it yet. It’ll be sorted today.
posted by Steve Bartlett
Hi Steve, this category is being renamed to a category that is waiting to be deleted? https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Llangoed_-_Dindaethwy%2C_Rhosyr, also it's better to use Rename rather than Merge as Merge is hardly ever used and we don't check on those very often. Thanks, regards, Margaret, Categorization project.
Me again, sorry!

I have transferred the two profiles. Both Llangoed - Dindaethwy, Rhosyr, and Llangoed, Dindaethwy, Rhosyr may be deleted. Steve

posted by Steve Bartlett
Hi Steve, this category is the same, it needs the new destination category to be set up, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Elfael%2C_Rhwng_Gwy_a_Hafren

Thanks, regards, Margaret

Hi Margaret,

I thought I had made it clear that the new name should be Elfael cantref, RhwngGwy a Hafren, adding the word cantref Steve

posted by Steve Bartlett
Hi Steve, the new category has to be set up for Editbot to change the category name on the profiles. The new category name is red as it doesn't exist yet so it needs to be created. See this one as an example, the link to the new category is green as it exists, so Editbot is able to change the name on the profiles. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Essedine%2C_Rutland

See the help page, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:Category_Creation_and_Removal#How_to_Delete.2C_Rename.2C_or_Merge_a_Category, "If you rename a category, the destination category must be created in advance."

Thanks, regards, Margaret

Got it, had forgotten that, thanks
posted by Steve Bartlett
Hi Steve, you sent the category Category: Menai, Rhosyr to be renamed, however you haven't set up the new category (see the link is red not green on the category page), so Editbot won't be able to complete the re-naming, until that is set up.

Thanks for your help, regards, Margaret, Categorization project.

Hi Margaret,

I thought I had made it clear that the new name should be Menai cwmwd, Rhosyr, adding the word cwmwd Steve

posted by Steve Bartlett
Thanks for all you're doing to get medieval Welsh profiles properly named with patronymics!
posted by Jack Day
Jack, This will be my magnum opus. It is amazing how many merges happen when the profiles are properly done. By the way, going back to a discussion long time ago, I am adding gwraig for married women with unknown fathers, otherwise they retain their LNAB unless it has become anglicised. Thus Gwynedd LNAB unknown who married Owain ap Ieuan will be Gwynedd gwraig Owain (ap Ieuan), but if Owen decided later in life to call himself Johns, or Jones, then I add that instead of gwraig, etc.
posted by Steve Bartlett
I can see the point of gwraig for unknowns, although it's really a relationship, not a name! The thing with patronymics is that Susan Smith might become Susan Jones when she married, but Susan daughter of Thomas never stops being the daughter of Thomas!
posted by Jack Day
Dear Steve,

On behalf of the England Project, I would like to thank you for your commitment to the project's goals. Every single contribution you make helps improve English profiles!

The England Project Leaders like to touch base with each of our members periodically to make sure everything is going well. This is our formal annual check-in with you.

Are you happy to with your current project team choices? Would you like to join any other teams?

Also, we would really like to hear which team is currently your highest priority. If you are a member of more than one team, could you please rank them from highest priority to lowest? Thank you! If you don’t see yourself as being part of a team, please let us know.

We also welcome any feedback on things you would like to see the project do more of in the future.

I look forward to hearing from you. Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message.

On behalf of all the Leaders, thank you again for all you do and we look forward to you continuing to be a part of our collaborative and fun Project!

Kind regards,

Elizabeth, England Project Leader

Hi there,

I have been, and will continue to be mainly involved with the Wales Project, but I get involved with England a fair amount. A long as you guys are happy with what I am doing, I am happy to remain as we are. Regards Steve

posted by Steve Bartlett
Hello Steve,

I'm wondering if you were planning to return to this pre-1500 profile for Hywel ap Ieuan Fychan (abt.1430-) and add sources? According to https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:Wikidata, "Wikidata is not a source." Perhaps it's a work in progress? (per my previous email to you on Apr 20)

Deb

Totally forgot about it!

It remains on my to-do list for when I get round to it. Steve

posted by Steve Bartlett
Dear Steve,

Thank you for adding links for my ancestor William Lloyd (1808-1881), although I am not able to access the FindmyPast images, as that is not the genealogy package that I subscribe to. However it is most useful for people to be know that the information is genuine, and hopefully will not try to connect to incorrect people, as has happened on other online versions of my family tree. I originally researched the family by visiting the various archives around North Wales, including the National Library in Aberystwyth, and seeing microfilms or fiches of the original documents.

I might add a translation into English of the information about William Lloyd in the Calvinistic Methodist history, a book (of which I have a copy) published in Bala in 1902, which is in Welsh and has no full index!

I see you have added information to other people in my tree, so I shall look forward to looking at it all.

Best wishes, Ann Watt

posted by Ann Watt
Dear Steve,

On behalf of the England Project, I would like to thank you for all your contributions towards the project's goals. Every single contribution you make helps improve English profiles!

I'd also like to share our annual Newsletter with you. You can read it here: England Project Newsletters. We hope you enjoy reading a bit about what has gone on in 2022 and what our Project has achieved.

The England Project Leaders like to touch base with each of our members every 6 months just to make sure everything is going well. There's no need to reply to this message unless you have something you'd like to let us know about (e.g. if you would like to change your team choices or provide other feedback). We will be in touch with you again in the middle of next year when we do our annual check-in with project members.

On behalf of all the Leaders, I wish you a peaceful and productive 2023.

Best wishes,

Maddy, England Project Leader

posted by Maddy Hardman
Hi Steve, when you send a category to get re-named, could you make sure you've created the new category, or Editbot cannot move the profiles.

Thanks for your help, regards, Margaret, Categorization Project volunteer.

Hi Steve,

I wrote to you recently as part of the England Project's six-monthly check-in with our project members. I haven't heard back from you. I hope you are well.

If you could please drop me a quick note to confirm whether you are still interested in the project and wish to remain an active member, that would be very helpful.

If we do not hear from you within the next 2 weeks, we will assume you are no longer active in the England Project and remove you from our list of project members. You would be most welcome to re-apply to join the project at a later time by signing-up on the project’s G2G welcome post.

Many thanks!

Elizabeth, England Project Leader

Hi Elizabeth,

Forgot completely! Very involved with Wales Project, but perfectly happy to keep my other things going in England when I can. Steve

posted by Steve Bartlett
Hi Steve, as per my earlier comment, those 2 categories are still waiting for the new categories to be created before they can be renamed.

Thanks, Margaret, Categorization project

Hi Steve, these two categories you sent to be renamed need the new category to be created in order for Editbot to move the profiles (you'll see the link to the new one is red, meaning it does not exist yet, the link should be green), Category: Welsh Nobility and Category: Barons Penrhyn

Thanks for your help, Margaret, categorization project volunteer

Hi Steve,

On behalf of the England Project, I would like to thank you for all your contributions towards the project's goals over the past year. Every English profile we improve helps!

The England Project Leaders are currently doing our six-monthly check-in with all project members.

Are you happy to with your current project team choices? Are there other teams you would like to join or become more active in?

We also welcome any feedback on things you would like to see the project do more of in the future.

I look forward to hearing from you. Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message.

Many thanks!

Elizabeth, England Project Leader

While checking the Wiki Genealogy Feed, I saw you did updates to your profile. It profile looks great!

Happy December (almost). -Sherry

posted by Sherry Bartlett
Hi Steve,

I would like to thank you for all your contributions towards the goals of the England Project during the past year. We've achieved a huge amount during this period and we couldn't have done it without you and our other project members.

As the England Project Leaders, we are completing our six monthly check-in with our project members.

Are you happy to stay in your current project teams? Are there other teams you would like to join or become more active in?

Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks!

Ian, England Project Leader

posted by I. Speed
Hi Ian,

Sorry to have failed to respond to this. I am happy to stay as I am. Most of my WT time is spent in Wales, as you know, but I also contribute elsewhere whenever I can. It has been great (fun?) working together with JoFitz and Stephen Heathcote on Nobility Categories. Steve

posted by Steve Bartlett
Thank you Steve! And thanks, too, for your work sorting out the nobility categories. There always seems to be plenty of knotty issues with categories, so it's great having knowledgeable people around to help straighten them out.

Ian

posted by I. Speed
hi Steve,

Can you add the source you used to add the name to https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Ferch_Unknown-1 and https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Ferch_Madoc-3

Thanks for helping to improve WikiTree.

posted by Robin Lee
edited by Robin Lee
Hi Steve, this is your unofficial check-in message for Wales, to say thank you for the enormous contribution you have made in the Wales Project over the past six months, and in particular the mammoth task you have taken on with categories. Your passion and enthusiasm is infectious and I'm looking forward to taking part in your category day. It should be a lot of fun! Thank you for all you do, Olivia :-)
posted by Susie MacLeod
Hi Steve

A question about Categorisation. You recently categorised one of my great aunts McMichael-329 as Flintshire Emigrants to Australia. Catherine just happened to be born and baptised in Flintshire of two Scottish parents. She spent most of her childhood in Scotland - I’m sure she would never have called herself “Welsh”. I don’t have an issue with the categorisation as such, but it just seems a bit of a stretch. Do you have any thoughts?

Fiona

posted by Fiona McMichael
Hi Fiona,

Many thanks for that I have removed the Categorisation. I agree, it is stretching things a bit. Steve

posted by Steve Bartlett
Hi Steve,

It's that time of the year again: check-in time! As England Project Leaders, we like to check in with you every six months or so to see how things are progressing. Back in May, we didn't ask for a response due to the rapid emergence of Covid-19 because we understood that people's lives were changing rapidly. While we are still living in a Covid world, we do need to hear back from you this time around.

First of all, how are you doing? What are you currently working on? Are you happy with the team(s) you're in, or would you like to change things up?

Secondly, we're looking for some feedback on the Google Group and our Discord server. Do you use either or both of these? If you don't use either, why not? Do you have any suggestions on how we can improve participation and collaboration, either generally or for you personally?

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Joan, Amy & Lizzie.

Hi all,

Currently devoting my time within the Wales project where there are only a few of us. I am Project Coordinator for Managed Profiles in Wales, Team Leader for the Wales Category Team, and a Team Member for the Flintshire Team in Wales. I am pushing forward on Categorisation having done the CIBs for both pre and post-1535, now doing Cemeteries and Castles. Busy boy

posted by Steve Bartlett
I replied on what I did without reference to the Google Group or Discord.

I use them both. They provide different emphases. I get mightily teed off when local/county groups use some other system. Indeed, I won't subscribe. I don't care that Google is big. I have Apple computers. I am 74. I have no mistresses, and nothing I am ashamed of anyone else knowing, although my 27" inside leg measurement is something I obviously keep to myself.

posted by Steve Bartlett
As a "Tree Hugger", I want to congratulate you on your Generous Genealogist award issued on June 23, 2020.

John Williams

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Wikitree Appreciation Team

posted by [Living Williams]
Steve thanks for correcting my tree on Alice Mary Crawford Barrow. I genuinely do not know what you've done, there doesn't seem to be anything wrong and your credentials are pretty damn good! It simply shows how little I know about the correct way to use this site!
posted by Mike Barrow
Hi Steve,

Your England Leaders are completing the six monthly check in with all team members. I wanted to thank you for your work on English Profiles. These are unprecedented and difficult times, and we understand as Project Leaders that your situation may have changed somewhat in the last few months. What we are all able to/ wish to contribute on Wikitree has changed. Please let me know if you are happy with your current role and team choice or if you wish to do something additional or different. Thank you again on behalf of all the project leaders for everything you do!

Kindest Regards, Amy Utting

posted by Amelia Utting
Hi Amy,

Thanks for your mail. I am totally engrossed at the moment with Susie giving the Wales Project some impetus. I am just finishing the eleventh county CIBs out of the thirteen. Busy enough, but looking forward to getting back to work on my English profiles. Steve

posted by Steve Bartlett
Hi Steve,

As you will have seen, we have been doing some restructuring in the Wales Project and are now organising ourselves into different teams. Please have a look at the new project pages, and let me know which team(s) you would like to be in.

Please can you also send me your e-mail address? I can then make sure you are introduced to your Team Leaders, are in the Google Group, and receive an invitation to join our Discord server.

Please note that it is a requirement for membership in the Wales Project that you respond to these check-ins.

Many thanks, Susie, Wales Project Co-Leader

posted by Susie MacLeod
I want to congratulate you on your Generous Genealogist award you received on April 21, 2020.

John Williams

posted by [Living Williams]
Hi Steve,

On behalf of the England Leaders, I wanted to say a huge thank you for all your contributions towards the project in the past six months as a Team Member for Categories and Devon. We've achieved a great deal during this time and we couldn't have done it without you.

Are you happy to stay in your current teams and the project as a whole? Are there any other teams you'd like to join? What are we doing well, and what would you like to see us doing differently moving forwards?

Please respond to this message via e-mail. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks,

Susie, England Project Leader :-)

posted by Susie MacLeod
I noticed that you recently created profiles for some pre-1700 persons. There have recently been some updates to the Pre-1700 Profile help page and the Pre-1700 Quiz since you took it. Please review both and let me know if you have any questions or concerns. You will notice that the wording has been modified to more fully explain the sourcing required when creating pre-1700 profiles. We're looking for reliable sources to add to the various lists. Please let us know if you find sources which would be good additions
posted by Robin Lee
Hello, Steve!

Very well done on your making 1,000 or more contributions to WikiTree in June 2019! We commend and appreciate all of your time and effort in helping to grow and perfect our Shared Tree. Keep up the great work!

Pip Sheppard ~ WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Steve

Thank you so much for responding to our check-in. We are delighted that you wish to continue contributing to the Categorization Project. Below is a quick checklist for active members. The project leaders would like you to make sure you have done the following:

1) Checked the https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:Categorization] for ways to contribute.

2) Added Categories to the tags you follow.

3) PMed the project leaders with your email address to be added to the [1].

4) Bookmarked the [2] to monitor the project watchlist.

Thank you!

Karen ~ Volunteer Coordinator

Hi Steve

On behalf of the Categories Project Leaders, we are doing a six-month check-in with members. Please let us know if you are still active. If you are active, please let us know in which ways you are currently contributing to the project.

All of us at WikiTree would like to thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Karen ~ Volunteer Coordinator

Congratulations on making more than 100 contributions to WikiTree for the Month of May!

We all appreciate your efforts to make our Shared Tree the best it can be.

Keep up the great work and THANK YOU!

Shannon Thomas

WikiTree Appreciation Team

Hi Steve,

We realise the time has come to dissolve the UK Project in favour of the individual country projects of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

We are checking in with all UK badge holders to find out which country project(s) you would like to be in so you can collaborate with other members, have the opportunity to select which team(s) you would like to join, and so we can ensure you have all the correct badges.

Please respond by PM to let us know which country project(s) you would like to be in. Please don’t assume we know. We are effectively starting from scratch to make sure no one falls through the cracks.

Once you have done this, the Coordinator for Membership in the relevant country project(s) will be in touch to help get you situated.

Many thanks,

Susie

posted by Susie MacLeod
Hi Steve

On behalf of the England Project Leaders we're carrying out a check-in to see how all the members are doing and taking the opportunity to thank you for all your hard work over the past six months. We have been so impressed with the way everyone has rallied together and gone the extra mile to make this one of the most dedicated, productive and friendly communities on WikiTree. What are you enjoying most about being in the project? What would you like to see improved or changed? Would you like to continue in the project moving forwards?

We're looking forward to hearing back from you,

Susie, Gillian, Wendy and Amy

posted by Wendy (Ling) Sullivan
Yes she has a page now and is connected to parents and grandparents. I am not a Fifield but seem drawn to them!! Have done a lot of work on them. Terry
Hi Steve,

I’m Susie the new leader of the England Project. We are contacting all existing members of the project to find out how you are currently involved, and how you would like to be involved moving forward. Please have a look at the England Project page for more information, and then contact either myself or Gillian to let us know what you’d like to do, or if you have any questions. We can then list your interests, help you join the team in the Google group forum for England, and give you any help you might need to get going. If we don’t hear back from you we’ll assume you no longer want to be a part of the England Project at this time.

Many thanks and I look forward to hearing from you,

Susie :-)

posted by Susie MacLeod