Linda (Carruth) Peterson
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Linda (Carruth) Peterson

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Linda J. Peterson formerly Carruth aka Hubbell
Born 1950s.
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Biography

Follows Rabbits Down Holes'
GEDImprove
Linda helped improve some profiles in the GEDI Challenge.
Linda spends way too much time on WikiTree.
Friday Date Night
I found a date for some profiles during Friday Date Night!
Linda (Carruth) Peterson participated with Nor'Easters during the 2021 Source-a-Thon, adding 178 sources to profiles.
Linda (Carruth) Peterson participated with Nor'Easters during the 2021 Connect-a-Thon, and has added 180 connections.
Linda (Carruth) Peterson participated with Nor'Easters during the 2021 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 2197 suggestions.
Linda (Carruth) Peterson participated with Nor'Easters during the 2020 Source-a-Thon, adding 201 sources to profiles.
Linda (Carruth) Peterson participated with Nor'Easters during the 2020 Connect-a-Thon, and has added 448 connections.
Linda (Carruth) Peterson participated with Nor'Easters during the 2020 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 1867 suggestions.
Linda (Carruth) Peterson is participating with Nor'Easters during the 2019 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 1162 suggestions.
Linda (Carruth) Peterson is Connecticut Nutmegger.
Descendant
Descendant
Linda (Carruth) Peterson is a descendant of Mayflower Passenger Richard Warren.
Linda (Carruth) Peterson is a descendant of Mayflower Passenger Degory Priest.


Linda was born 1950 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut. Her parents were Robert Carruth and Jeanne Simpson. [1]

Her parents divorced in 1957. They each married again in 1958, 'somewhat uniquely', because they married individuals of another couple, ie they switched partners!!

Linda lived in Veradale, Washington for a couple of years after her mother had remarried, then returned to Connecticut, where she has lived since.

Linda grew up in Newtown / Sandy Hook, Connecticut living with her mother and step-father Harvey Hubbell IV. Her father and step-mother lived in the same town.

She changed her legal name in 1969 to her step-father's last name Hubbell.

She married 1971 in Danbury, Fairfield, Connecticut[1][2]

US Civil War Ancestors

American Revolution Ancestors

New England Witches Ancestors

Magna Carta Ancestors

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Connecticut Marriage Index, 1959-2001," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VWRT-2ZD : 4 December 2014), 27 Nov 1971; from "Connecticut, Marriage Index, 1959-2001," database, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2003); citing Danbury, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States, Connecticut Department of Public Health, Hartford.
  2. Linda Hubbell married Robert Peterson Bridgeport Post (Bridgeport, Connecticut, Nov 28 1971, Page 62)


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My 20 generation Surnames

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Paternal Grandfather , Paternal Grandmother vs Maternal Grandfather , Maternal Grandmother ancestors
Abbes, Abbes , Abbott , Abbott , Aggar , Alcock , Allen , Allen , Allerton , Angering , Anthony , Arnott , Atkinson , Awood , Ayres
Badcock, Baker , Baldwin , Ballyson , Banks , Barker , Barker , Barker , Barker , Barlow , Barnes , Barrett , Barron , Baskerville , Batchelder , Batchelder , Bate , Bayley , Baylie , Beauchamp , Beche , Beers , Belcher , Belgrave , Bennett , Berkeley , Best , Betteshorne , Bickers , Bilesby , Billings , Bird , Birdsall , Bishop , Blake , Blake , Blight , Bliss , Blount , Blucks , Boithes , Boreham , Boreman , Boreman , Bosworth , Botsford , Bountayne , Bowyer , Boyvill , Bradley , Bramshot , Brewer , Bridge , Brosdal , Brown , Brown , Browne , Browne , Browne , Brownyard , Buckingham , Bucknall , Bulkeley , Bullock , Bunbury , Butler , Buxton
Camp (Campe) , Canfield , Carfinkle , Carpenter , Carrington , Carruth , Carter , Case , Cass , Casslen , Catworthe , Caverly , Chadwick , Chapin , Chard , Charles , Charles , Charlton , Chenery , Cheney , Chervell , Cheshire , Christiana , Church , Claflin , Clark , Clarke , Clarke , Cleffe , Cocke , Coggeshall , Colder , Cole , Cole , Collamore , Colt , Colton , Constable , Cook , Cooke , Cooley , Cooper , Copshouse , Corbet , Cornu , Cotton , Courcy , Cranfield , Cruwys , Curtice , Curtis , Curtis , Cushe , Cutler , Cutlove
Dabinott, Dalton , Dane , Daucet , Davenport , Davies , Davis , Deacon , Dempster , Dewke , Dewode , Diggory , Doddington , Doddiscombe , Doggett , Downing , Dowsett , Drake , Drake , Dudley , Dutton
Eames, Easton , Edgar , Edmonds , Edmunds , Edwards , Edwards , Eggleston , Eliot , Elmy , Esbell , Evered
Fairchild, Falwell , Farmer , Faulkner , Fay , Felbrigge , Ferre , Field , Fielde , Firman , FitzNichol , Folger , Fortescue , Foster , Francis , Fraunceys , French , French , French , Frey , Frost , Frye , Fuller , Fuller , Fylbrigg
Gainsby, Gardner , Gardner , Garrold , Garrold , Gater , Geldere , George , George , Gerther , Gibbs , Gibson , Gifford , Gladwyn , Glover , Golborne , Goode , Goodyear , Goore , Gould , Gould , Goulding , Gregory , Griggs , Grosvenor , Grove , Grover , Gunn , Gutter
Halburt, Hale , Hale , Hale , Hall , Hand , Hansard , Hardie , Hardwick , Hardy , Harmon , Harrington , Harris , Harris , Harrison , Harte , Hartwell , Harvey , Harvie , Hatch , Hatch , Hatch , Hawkins , Hawley , Hazeltine , Heald , Helena , Hewes , Hext , Hickok , Hill , Hill , Hill , Hill , Holland , Hollier , Holloway , House , Howard , Howe , Hubbard , Hulings , Hunt , Hussey , Hutchinson , Hutchinson , Hynde
Ingalls, Ingpen , Irby , Issac , Ive , Ives
Jackman, Jewson , Johnson , Johnson , Jusson
Keable, Kebble , Kempe , Kimball , King , Kingham , Kingsmill , Kingswood , Kingswood , Kipping , Kipping , Kirby , Klein , Knopp , Knox , Kreables
Lake, Lambert , Lamson , Langham , Larkin , Lawrence , Leavitt , Leonard , Levell , Leventhorpe , Leveson , Lewes , Lewis , Littleton , Locke , Lodisoir , Longbotham , Low , Lowle
Macomber, Madison , Mainwaring , Mallory , Malpas , Malthouse , Mandeville , Mandifolde , Marberry , March , Marshall , Maryon , Mason , Mason , Mason , Massey , Mawd , Mawd , Mawle , McLay , Meade , Mellows , Merbrooke , Merrill , Merrill , Mildmay , Miles , Mill , Minshull , Montague , Moore , Morrill , Morris , Moses , Mott , Moulthrop , Moulton , Munning , Munning , Musey , Musser , Mylles
Neale, Neves , Newbold , Newell , Newland , Newman , Nicholl , Nissell , Norreys , Norrington , Nutting
Offing, Oslington , Overton
Page, Page , Page , Paine , Palmer , Park , Parker , Parker , Peacock , Peck , Peckham , Pelham , Pell , Pemberton , Penn , Penny , Perkins , Peshale , Pett , Peyrson , Peyrson , Philbrick , Philips , Phillips , Phillips , Picke , Pitcher , Plampin , Poilet , Pollard , Pope , Powell , Poyntz , Pratt , Pratt , Pratt , Pray , Pray , Priest , Prior , Pritchard , Prutteston , Pulter , Purchase , Purchase , Purefoy , Pye , Pympe
Radcliffe, Rathbone , Rawlings , Rawlings , Reade , Remishe , Ricardes , Rice , Rice , Richards , Riddlesdale , Robyn , Rodich , Rogers , Roots , Rosalien , Rose , Rose , Roseblade , Rous , Royden , Rulle , Russell
Sampson, Sams , Sanford , Saunders , Savage , Savage , Savory , Sawbridge , Scarlett , Scott , Scott , Scott , Scott , Scrimshire , Seabrook , Seamer , Selby , Sewell , Sharpe , Shattuck , Shaw , Shawe , Shelby , Shepard , Shepard , Simpson , Skeels , Skinner , Slade , Slye , Smith , Smith , Smith , Smith , Smythe , Spencer , Sperry , Sprague , Sprague , Sprague , Stacy , Stalham , Staphill , Starke , Staunton , Stearns , Stephens , Strangeways , Strutt , Stubbs , Sturley , Swan , Swan , Swan , Swift , Swinshed , Swynshed , Syckerling , Symonds , Sysley
Talbot, Taylor , Telbe , Terrill , Thomas , Thomas , Thompson , Thompson , Thompson , Thompson , Thorpe , Thrall , Thurston , Timblely , Tishunt , Titley , Todd , Torrey , Totteshurst , Tredwell , Tucker , Tuller , Turner , Turner , Tuttle , Tylden
Ufford, Underwood , Ungle , Urdde
Valliance, Vanderbecke , Venables
Walker, Walter , Warenne , Warner , Warner , Warrall , Warren , Warren , Watson , Webster , Weden , Weed , Welles , Wells , Weston , Weyborn , Whatlock , Wheeler , Whipple , Whirret , Whitbred , White , Whitman , Wigston , Wigston , Wilbraham , Wilcockes , Wilkinson , Williams , Williamson , Willis , Willoughby , Wilmot , Wilson , Winter , Woodhouse , Woodwoorde , Woodwoorde , Woolhead , Wormeley , Worthington , Wouldbie , Wright , Wright
Yearding, Yelveton , Young
Zuver
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My 20 generation Surnames sorted by Paternal and Maternal sides

Click on Surname to view EKA - Earliest Known Ancestor
  • Paternal Grandfather ancestors
Abbes, Abbes , Alcock , Allen , Angering , Ayres
Badcock, Baker , Ballyson , Banks , Barker , Barker , Barker , Barlow , Barrett , Barron , Baskerville , Batchelder , Baylie , Beche , Beers , Belcher , Belgrave , Bennett , Billings , Bishop , Boreman , Boreman , Bosworth , Bowyer , Boyvill , Brewer , Bridge , Browne , Buckingham , Bucknall
Carruth, Carter , Catworthe , Chadwick , Charles , Charles , Chenery , Christiana , Church , Claflin , Colder , Cole , Cole , Colt , Cranfield , Curtis , Cutler
Dane, Davies , Deacon , Doddington , Dowsett , Drake
Eames, Edgar , Edwards , Edwards , Eggleston , Esbell
Farmer, Faulkner , Fay , Field , Fielde , Firman , French , French , French , Frost , Fuller , Fuller
Gater, Geldere , Gerther , Gladwyn , Gould , Goulding , Gregory
Hale, Hale , Hale , Hardwick , Hardy , Hartwell , Harvie , Hawkins , Hawley , Hazeltine , Hewes , Hill , Holland , Hollier , Holloway , Howe , Hussey , Hutchinson , Hutchinson
Ingalls, Ive
Jackman
Keable, Kebble , Kimball , Kingswood , Kingswood , Kirby
Lake, Lamson , Langham , Larkin , Leavitt , Levell , Leveson , Low
Mandeville, Marberry , Maryon , Mason , Mawle , Mildmay , Moore , Munning , Munning
Neale, Neves , Newman , Nissell , Nutting
Offing
Page, Paine , Palmer , Peckham , Pemberton , Penn , Perkins , Pett , Peyrson , Peyrson , Philips , Phillips , Pitcher , Plampin , Pope , Pratt , Pray , Pray , Purefoy , Pye
Rawlings, Rice , Rice , Riddlesdale , Robyn , Roseblade , Royden , Rulle , Russell
Sams, Savage , Savory , Sawbridge , Scarlett , Scott , Scott , Scott , Scrimshire , Selby , Shattuck , Shelby , Shepard , Skinner , Smythe , Sprague , Sprague , Sprague , Stearns , Stephens , Strangeways , Strutt , Stubbs , Swan , Swan , Swan , Swynshed , Syckerling , Symonds , Sysley
Taylor, Telbe , Thompson , Thompson , Thurston , Todd , Tredwell , Tucker , Turner
Ungle
Valliance
Walker, Walter , Warner , Warrall , Warren , Warren , Watson , Weden , Whatlock , Wheeler , Whipple , Whirret , Wigston , Wigston , Williamson , Willis , Wilson , Woodwoorde , Woodwoorde , Wouldbie , Wright
Yelveton
de Hutton
  • Paternal Grandmother ancestors
Aggar (Alger) , Allen , Allerton , Anthony , Arnott , Awood
Barker, Batchelder , Bate , Bayley , Berkeley , Best , Betteshorne , Bilesby , Bird , Birdsall , Blake , Blake , Bliss , Blount , Blucks , Boithes , Bountayne , Bramshot , Brosdal , Browne , Browne , Brownyard , Bulkeley , Bullock , Bunbury , Buxton
Cass, Casslen , Caverly , Chapin , Chard , Charlton , Cheney , Cheshire , Clarke , Cleffe , Colton , Constable , Cook , Cooke , Cooley , Cooper , Copshouse , Corbet , Cotton , Courcy , Curtis , Cutlove
Dabinott, Daucet , Davenport , Davis , Dewke , Doggett , Downing , Drake , Dudley
Easton, Edmonds , Edmunds , Eliot , Elmy
Felbrigge, Ferre , Folger , Foster , Francis , Fraunceys , Frey , Frye , Fylbrigg
Gainsby, Gardner , Gardner , George , Gibbs , Gibson , Gifford , Glover , Golborne , Gould , Griggs , Grosvenor , Grove , Grover
Halburt, Hall , Hand , Hansard , Harmon , Harris , Hatch , Hatch , Heald , Helena , Hill , Howard , Hulings , Hunt , Hynde
Ingpen, Irby , Issac
Jewson, Jusson
Kempe, King , Kingham , Kingsmill , Kipping , Kipping , Knopp
Lawrence, Leonard , Leventhorpe , Lewis , Littleton , Locke , Lodisoir , Longbotham
Macomber, Mainwaring , Mallory , Malpas , Malthouse , Mandifolde , March , Mason , Massey , Mawd , Mawd , Mellows , Merbrooke , Miles , Montague , Morrill , Morris , Moulton , Musser
Newell, Newland , Norreys
Oslington, Overton
Park, Parker , Peacock , Pelham , Pell , Penny , Peshale , Philbrick , Phillips , Poilet , Pratt , Pratt , Priest , Pulter , Purchase , Pympe
Reade, Remishe , Ricardes , Richards , Rogers , Rosalien , Rose
Sampson, Saunders , Savage , Scott , Seamer , Sewell , Sharpe , Shaw , Shawe , Shepard , Slade , Slye , Smith , Stalham , Staphill , Staunton , Swift , Swinshed
Talbot, Thomas , Timblely , Titley , Torrey , Tylden
Underwood, Urdde
Vanderbecke, Venables
Warenne (Warren) , Webster , Weston , White , Whitman , Wilbraham , Wilcockes , Williams , Worthington , Wright
Yearding, Young
Zuver
de Vere
  • Maternal Grandfather ancestors
Brown
Dempster
Klein
Musey
Simpson
  • Maternal Grandmother ancestors
Abbott, Abbott , Atkinson
Baldwin, Barnes , Beauchamp , Bickers , Blight , Boreham , Botsford , Bradley , Brown , Butler
Camp (Campe) , Canfield , Carfinkle , Carpenter , Carrington , Case , Chervell , Clark , Clarke , Cocke , Coggeshall , Collamore , Cornu , Cruwys , Curtice , Cushe
Dalton, Dewode , Diggory , Doddiscombe , Dutton
Evered
Fairchild, Falwell , FitzNichol , Fortescue
Garrold, Garrold , George , Goode , Goodyear , Goore , Gunn , Gutter
Hardie, Harrington , Harris , Harrison , Harte , Harvey , Hatch , Hext , Hickok , Hill , Hill , House , Hubbard
Ives
Johnson, Johnson
Knox, Kreables
Lambert, Lewes , Lowle
Madison, Marshall , Mason , McLay , Meade , Merrill , Merrill , Mill , Minshull , Moses , Mott , Moulthrop , Mylles
Newbold (Newbould) , Nicholl , Norrington
Page, Page , Parker , Peck , Picke , Pollard , Powell , Poyntz , Prior , Pritchard , Prutteston , Purchase
Radcliffe, Rathbone , Rawlings , Rodich , Roots , Rose , Rous
Sanford, Seabrook , Skeels , Smith , Smith , Smith , Spencer , Sperry , Stacy , Starke , Sturley
Terrill, Thomas , Thompson , Thompson , Thorpe , Thrall , Tishunt , Totteshurst , Tuller , Turner , Tuttle
Ufford
Warner, Weed , Welles , Wells , Weyborn , Whitbred , Wilkinson , Willoughby , Wilmot , Winter , Woodhouse , Woolhead , Wormeley

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Hi Linda,

Thank you for all the corrections to my ancestral Bains. It's much appreciated. I've tried to clarify where appropriate [it's tricky to make sense of it when everyone has the same names!]

posted by Alistair Leadbetter
It's time for our annual Scotland Project check-in!

This year we are hoping to learn what our membership would like to accomplish over the next 12 months.

In case you aren't aware, this year is WikiTree's ""Year of Connections"" and the Project's leadership would like to contribute to this in as many ways as possible.

We would appreciate it if you would share your thoughts and ideas with us on how we can accomplish this goal. We would also appreciate it if you would provide some feedback on our existing goals, including:

  • If you have not yet signed up to help on one of the project's teams, which team(s) would you be interested in joining?
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  • Any suggestions or ideas you have on ways to improve the Scotland Project in general

We continue to communicate with our Project members via Google Group (official) and Discord (unofficial), as well as G2G. You may also reach out to any of the Project leaders via WikiTree's internal messaging system at any time.

Thank you for all you do to help the Scotland Project become a knowledge hub for Scottish genealogical research! We wish you all the best in 2022!

Sincerely, Amy Gilpin on behalf of the Scotland Project Leaders

posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin
Thank you for your help and encouragement. I am still learning in so many aspects and your assistance helps a lot. Kind regards Bruce
posted by Bruce Vincent
Let me know if you need more help.
Just saw your email... thank you so much, Linda.

I appreciate your time & help. It's great that WikiTree has so many wonderful people like you to help people like me. Your volunteerism & kindness don't go unnoticed.

posted by Amber (Felts) Clark
Let me know if you need more help.
Hello Linda,

Thank you for editing the Elizabeth Lockie Watson profile. You seem to have quite a bit more knowledge on how Wikitree works than I do, so I wonder if you can help me with a couple of questions: The guidelines on referencing information from Scotlands People that I have seen on Wikitree indicate a very different format from what has now resulted. I added in the index information in the biography because that is what is available for free and contains data that verifies what I have included as fact, but I didn't think it conformed to the format for referencing. Are your annotated versions of these index entries sufficient to quote as a source? My understanding was that the reference needs to include a link to the relevant document. Would a link to the index be sufficient? Much of my research at Scotlands People pre-dates the current situation that the data accessed in situ at Scotlands People is then also accessible from an online account accessed from elsewhere. There are lots of documents I have which I obviously can't use for copyright reasons, but I also don't have access to more than the index online, so I would only be able to provide a link to the index. I'm just finding all the guidelines and how to find things so complicated, it would be great to get some clarity on this.

posted by Karen Stoerkel
Linda was most helpful in correcting my profile. I really appreciated that she stuck with it.
Glad I could help. Let me know if you need any help on wikitree.
Here’s our group link. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:The_WikiTree_1950_Census_Indexers_Group

I still wanna edit it some but it’s up! I think you will be able edit it.

posted by Pam (Dale) Fraley
Linda, thank you for adding to Moses Kirkpatrick,s profile. I have hit a Brick-wall with Moses Kirkpatrick (1680-1755). My grandfather gave me his ancestry that included Moses, and I have not gotten any further back in 45 years. I am still looking diligently. Sally Durfey-114 Lyon
posted by Sally (Durfey) Lyon
Thanks so much for finding this! EVERY "catch" makes a difference. Rick
posted by Richard Disbrow
I want to thank Linda in the same way Bill Stanley recently did, for correcting my entries and educating me on how to do a better job when making them.

Gratefully, Laura

posted by Laura (Filbert) Zacher
Just a short note to thank Linda for her help and education on my efforts on WikiTree. It is so nice to have a resource in the WikiTree community like Linda to ask for help and/or to point out better ways of formatting/researching ones contributions.

Thank you Linda! Bill Stanley

posted by William Stanley
Thank you for your help with the William Evans profile page. It was a confusing mess when I asked for help. It is now looking good.
Congrats on the new Coordinator position with the Scotland Project.

Hello

It’s time for a Project check-in!

Scotland Project Leaders check in with you at least once a year to see how you are doing. With the changes happening around the world, we understand that life is hectic right now.

This time round, we’re also looking for feedback on the use of Google Group and Discord. Do you use one or both of these? If you don’t use either of them, what is the best way to ensure you receive Project communications? If you would like to join us on Google Group or Discord, let us know in your response.

posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin

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