Sherry was born Dixie Lee Doyle; at about 2 years old, she and her full sister and 3 half siblings were removed from their mother's care by the Wisc. Social workers. Sherry and sister Carole were put up for adoption. 'Dixie' became Sharon Bette Koepp. Sherry married Roger William Sievert and became 'Sherry' Sievert. Roger served in the USAF for over 20 years; he retired and studied for the ministry and became ordained. He pastored 2 churches before He passed away in 1985. Sherry and Roger had four children, 2 boys, 2 girls; Sherry has 7 grandchildren (1 adopted) and 12 great-grandchildren (2 adopted, 1 step). Sherry and youngest daughter raised Arabian horses for about 20 years. Sherry also taught crafts, decorated cakes, played piano and organ for many of the churches that she and Roger attended while he served in the AF. For the last 20 years, many hours have been spent searching her ancestry.Sherry lives with her youngest daughter and is a support person for Central Lakes Search and Rescue in rural Minnesota for which her daughter is a K-9 handler.
After over 18 years of searching my Ancestry, I have finally found two lines to the Mayflower Passenger Richard Warren-66; One through my maternal lineage to his Daughter Anna; The other through my paternal lineage to his daughter Abigail.
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On 22 Sep 2019 at 15:06 GMT Anne B wrote:
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On 11 Aug 2019 at 14:12 GMT Jo Fitz-Henry wrote:
I sent you a step by step guide to adding the England Project as manager to a profile to your personal email, as I can't add pictures using the Wikitree private messaging system.
Hope you got it OK
On 25 Jul 2019 at 09:53 GMT Maria Maxwell wrote:
Welcome to the Scottish Clans Project. I've added the project badge to your profile and your name to the members interest page. Here you can let others know what you are working on.