Barbara Jean (Beebe) Duren

Barbara Jean (Beebe) Duren

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Barbara Jean J. Duren formerly Beebe
Born 1950s.
Beebe-599 created 15 Nov 2012 | Last modified
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Wiki Genealogist August 2016 Club 100 July 2016 Club 100 June 2016 Club 100 April 2016 Club 100 Military and War Project Member March  2016 Club 100 October 2015 Club 100 September 2015 Club 100 August 2015 Club 100 July 2015 Club 100 June 2015 Club 100 United Kingdom Project Member May 2015 Club 100 1776 Project Member One Name Studies Project Member April 2015 Club 100 Categorization Project Member March 2015 Club 100 G2G6
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On 21 Aug 2017 at 11:59 GMT Randy Beebe wrote:

Does anyone know what happened to Barbara Jean Duren? She was very active and very responsive on Wikitree prior to 2017 and her work is manifestly evident over a large number of the Beebe profiles, but she seems to have gone silent since early 2017.

On 25 Mar 2017 at 21:42 GMT Jackie Stoddard wrote:

Hi Barbara lots of Sheldon come up too ?

we are probably distantly related I have Rowlandson ancestors have many matches with Rowland , Beebee and Duren I'm hoping to sort out where all these Rowland's fit in have you DNA tested , of do you have a ancestry. tree too?

regards Jackie

On 17 Aug 2016 at 14:02 GMT Betty Lytle wrote:

Thanks for adding info to my Sheldon Beebe page. I initially added this page while doing FAN research for my Denman line. It was through Sheldon's War of 1812 pension records that I was able to ID Temperance's relationship to a man I believe to be her brother, Elijah.

On 28 May 2016 at 09:24 GMT Maria Maxwell wrote:

Hi Barbara, Thanks for your message. I'm sorry to hear of your difficulties. The England Project does not have a badge of it's own as it is a sub of the UK Project. As you wish to be part of the England Project you are still entitled to have the UK Project badge on your profile. I can remove your name from the list of participants on the UK members page or better still simply add "England Project" against your name. Let me know what you would like. Maria

On 12 May 2016 at 09:21 GMT Jack Blair wrote:

Hi Barbara,

The United Kingdom came about in 1603 when James VI of Scotland became James I of the United Kingdoms of Scotland and England. They used the first Union Jack as their flag. Their parliaments and legal systems remained separate. In 1707 the parliaments were united in thew Union of 1707 however, the legal systems remained separate as did the churches. In 1801 there was a change to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the Union jack then also incorpoated the Irish flag. Census from 1801 were on a British standard. Births marriages and deaths are still recorded by separate systems the Scottish having better genealogical data. The legal systems of England and Scotland remain separate so sources of one do not apply to other.

On 12 May 2016 at 02:56 GMT Doug Straiton wrote:

Hi Barbara; thanks for your note to me on national distinctions between England/GB/UK. There are two elements; the use of the Template United Kingdom|England|County|Town will attribute the Profile to the respective town, county category or default to England should you not know the County and town.

The use of UK/GB/England in the place name fields in the Profile is dependent on your input. Cheryl covers it. Use, for English profiles: 925 - 1707; England 1707 - 1801; Great Britain 1801 - today; United Kingdom However if you note sure; simply end the place field with England and the google map engine will likely locate it correctly. There were some variations in detail around the borders so if not sure please drop me a note back.

On 7 Apr 2016 at 07:14 GMT Paula J wrote:

Welcome to the Military and War project!

On 2 Apr 2016 at 15:32 GMT Cheryl (Stone) Caudill wrote:

Barbara,

United Kingdom was not established before 1707. The Difference Between The UK, England, And Great Britain "Unions between the countries that comprise the UK came about, it happened as follows: England and Wales were joined in 1536. Scotland and England were joined together in 1707, along with the previously joined Wales, to officially form the Kingdom of Great Britain. Ireland decided to join up in 1801, at which point the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland was formed. In 1922, however, many of the Southern counties of Ireland decided to remove themselves from the union and the UK changed their name to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland."

On 2 Apr 2016 at 15:18 GMT Bobbie (Madison) Hall wrote:

To give you a time line for the place names in question, here's a simple version:


Before 1707 England & Scotland should NOT be shown as United Kingdom.

Before 1693 it was the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

1693-1788 it was the Province of Massachusetts Bay.

After 1788 it became the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, or simply Massachusetts.

Please go back and undo the changes to

Stratton-26

Stratton-20

Frye-18.

On 2 Apr 2016 at 15:09 GMT Bobbie (Madison) Hall wrote:

Barbara, the place names you're changing on the Strattons were correct before you changed them. There was no United Kingdom before 1707, it was England. Massachusetts Bay Colony ended in 1693, replaced by the Province of Massachusetts Bay (not Colony), which became the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1788.

See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Province_of_Massachusetts_Bay https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massachusetts Please don't change the place names where I have already corrected them with the proper locations based on time-appropriate names.

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