J Clark

J Clark

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J L. Clark
Born 1960s.
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Daughter of [private father (1920s - 2010s)] and [private mother (1920s - 1990s)]
Sister of [private brother (1940s - unknown)], [private brother (1940s - unknown)] and
Mother of [private son (1990s - unknown)] and [private daughter (2000s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified 16 Sep 2019 | Created 7 Jul 2018
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Wiki Genealogist October 2018 Club 100 September 2018 Club 100 August 2018 Club 100 DNA Tested July 2018 Club 100 US Civil War Project Member United States Project Member Pre-1700 Big Heart Honor Code Signatory Volunteer
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A life long interest in cemeteries, respect for those resting therein and the history they represent makes this an easy choice for a focus on my part.
Any help with Crumbies living in VT, NH or ME in the 1800's would be great. A few nuggets were found elsewhere, but no record of their alleged emigration from Scotland or their time there has been found.
Chester Lynndelle was born probably around 1900, no records found. Family lore says that he was involved in WWI as a spy, since his people were supposedly from the Alsace Lorraine region of France making him fluent in both French and German. He worked as a travelling projectionist in the Trenton, NJ area in 1925-26, which is where and when he disappeared. The 1930 census lists his daughter's father as being from Minnesota and I found the marriage license announcement for Vivian Starbird and h
Most of my last 200+ years of ancestors lived in Maine, as do I.
Civil War history became a big passion of mine when I located documents showing that my g-grandfather and gg-grandfathers were in it.
History has always been a passion of mine. Genealogy and Family History is just another aspect of that for me.
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Hi J,

I sent you a message a week ago about the new-look Global Cemeteries Project but have not yet heard back from you. If you would like to continue in the project, please can you PM me your team(s) selections and your e-mail address for the Google group.

If I don’t hear back from you by this time next week I’ll assume you no longer wish to be in the project at this time.

Many thanks,

Susie :-)

Leader, Global Cemeteries Project

posted by Susie MacLeod
Hi J,

We’ve made some exciting changes to the Global Cemeteries Project. The sub-projects have been merged into the Global Project to help with Leadership and to facilitate collaboration.

Some roles within the project have changed. From now on, there are Project Coordinators for each continent, and one for Welcome and Integration, plus Team Leaders for each individual Country etc.

Please let me know if you’d like to stay on in the new project, if you’d like to continue in an existing role, and which team(s) you’d like to be on. Please also give me your e-mail address so that I can get you added to the project’s Google Group.

Many thanks,


Leader, Global Cemeteries

posted by Susie MacLeod
Thanks for your patience!!!
posted by Paula J
Welcome to the Civil War project!!
posted by Paula J
I’m so sorry. That’s supposed to be something else. I’ve been sick (and still am) and trying to catch up adding badges. I am guessing that’s supposed to be Southern Colonies or Civil War. Would you be so kind as to tell me which project you requested a badge for?
posted by Paula J
Hi you had a question about Paul Brown-75088. I have no information on this person except that there name was on the photo. He went to the high school. I entered an approximate birth year based on the birth year of the other students in the class.
posted by Deb (c) Bowers
Hi J,

Thanks for taking the Pre-1700 Quiz!

Because pre-1700 ancestors are shared by many descendants, working within the projects which coordinate them is essential. You can learn more about joining the community in How To #3 and in the Project FAQ.

Use the Pre-1700 Projects list to find one or more which best fit your research focus. Review the project pages for special guidelines and to learn how to collaborate with the project members.

Let me know if you have trouble finding projects which fit your focus. Click my name, then ask in the comment section of my page.

Debi ~ Pre-1700 Greeter

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Happy Saturday!

Since you've been with WikiTree for a week or so, I wanted to check in and see how you were doing. The New Member How-To's are available for you to look through if you would like. I hope you find them helpful. If you have any questions about how WikiTree works, don't hesitate to ask. Click on my name above and ask in the comment section of my page.

Sylvia ~ WikiTree Messenger

posted by Sylvia Benton

You are now a full member and can add your family to the big tree!

Start with our New Member How-To pages. These will save you a lot of time and answer many of your questions as you begin to add your family tree.

We are delighted that you have decided to join us and hope you will have many pleasurable ancestor hunts!

Please let me know if you have any questions. I'm always happy to help!


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posted by Ludwig Kraayenbrink

J is 22 degrees from Greg Clarke, 17 degrees from George Hull and 18 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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