I was born June 21, 1983 in Wamego, Kansas. We moved Paxico, Kansas my second grade year of school. I am a part-time teacher for Auburn Washburn U.S.D 437and Topeka Public Schools U.S.D 501. I graduated from Wabaunsee High School in Alma, Kansas on May 2002. I am a creative writer, dancer, artist and poet. I graduated from Washburn University on December 2012 and have a Bachelor of Integrated Studies in English, Art and Mass Media. I enjoy working with children and teaching them how to learn and grow. I also enjoy reading historical fiction, fairy tales and fantasy novels and I enjoy studying my family history. I am published author of two historical fantasy novels that take place in early to late 1800's.
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On 4 Sep 2018 at 17:52 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:
Thank you :) Isabelle
On 4 Sep 2018 at 17:51 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:
Thanks for your messages re: French Roots. I am sorry, I was away on vacation and did not have the opportunity to reply sooner. So as not to disappoint you, I must say right away that we do not cover the ancestors of Elizabeth Woodville. At present we have chosen not to focus on ancestors who may be in the domain of the European Aristocrats project, which is the case for Jacquetta de Luxembourg and her ancestors. That said, you are very welcome to come and help us. Please take a look at the Project page and see if there is something there of interest to you. We are organizing the project into regional teams and ask everyone to pick one or several regions to help develop. Once you have made a decision about this, please come back to me...
On 27 Aug 2018 at 17:57 GMT Elizabeth (Shaw) Joslin wrote:
On 26 Aug 2018 at 12:49 GMT Karen (Lowe) Tobo wrote:
On 28 Jul 2018 at 09:19 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:
I would start with the WikiTree project pages for the two countries:
Each has links to resources for research in those countries. You don't have to join the projects to make use of their information. Do review the profile guidelines for each project to understand any special naming rules.
FamilySearch's research Wiki would be another place to learn about available resources:
You could also ask a question in the G2G forum. Use the country tag to get the attention of people who are knowledgeable about that country.
On 25 Jul 2018 at 09:17 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:
Thanks for having a big heart and adopting the Orphaned Profiles. This After Adopting Orphans FAQ explains the special attention those profiles need.
David and I are here to help if you have questions on how to find and record sources, merge duplicates, clean up gedcom biographies, and interpret the Suggestions report. Click one of our names and add a comment with your question.
P.S. If links do not work in an email from WikiTree, try them from the comment section on your profile page.
On 19 Jul 2018 at 19:11 GMT Jan Terink wrote:
Furthermore all data in the censuses match: children and spouse. Also, for the parents you recorded, Arther Gregory and Maria Hubertina Paffen, supposedly from the Netherlands, no matching records can be found in the Netherlands. Same goes for all Gregory ancestors you recorded. Believe me, I am Dutch, Dutch records are very complete and accessible online. You refer to unrelated events and persons, I am sorry to say.
On 24 Sep 2017 at 23:34 GMT Robin Lee wrote:
On 22 Sep 2017 at 03:24 GMT David Selman wrote:
Links to sources on paid subscription sites such as Ancestry, FindMyPast, and MyHeritage can be frustrating for WikiTree members and visitors without access to these sites. We recommend searching for a freely available copy of the source document on sites such as FamilySearch, USGenWeb, Archive.org, and HathiTrust. If the source record is only available to paid subscribers, when providing the URL please also extract as much information as possible, such as relevant names, dates, and the source of the original data. Providing the source as an inline reference within the biography also helps to clarify which biographical facts are supported by the source citation.
Thank you, David
On 21 Sep 2017 at 21:15 GMT David Selman wrote:
How are you? I'm David a WikiTree Mentor. Thanks for adding profiles to WikiTree. There are reasons behind the eighth point in our Honor Code: "We cite sources. Without sources we can't objectively resolve conflicting information." A source provides a way to find out more about the person. Showing sources reduces confusion and duplicates.
Here is what our Sources help page says. It has lots of ideas: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Sources
The Sources Style Guide shows how to enter sources in the biography.
Family Search is a free website for finding sources: https://familysearch.org/search/
And I'm here to help too, just ask!
David ~ WikiTree Mentor