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Biography

My Wikitree projects:

[1] Name Study and completing four generations of descendants for Ralph Wheelock and Rebecca Clarke.

Johnson

Establish a firmer connection for Thomas Johnson to parents.
Untangle different lines of Johnsons in Overton, TN before 1850. (and from Rowan County, NC)
Set up DNA subproject for these lines.

Miller

Untangle the Simon and John Millers of VA.[Simon Miller To-Do page]
Identify Miller descendants for DNA Project

Holman

Untangle MA, MD, VA, NC Holmans
Verify birthplace & marriage for Rachel Holman, wife of Henry Johnson.

Reade

Complete the Reade line through George Reade

Slave owner info Add and tag slave owner info.

Williams-Moore wagon train

Thayer Sources

The Thayer family of Thornbury : a study trying its reconstitution

Smith, Dean Crawford. The Ancestry of Eva Belle Kempton, 1878-1908 (NEHGS, Boston, 1996). Part 3 Pages 368-385.

Faxon, Walter, Henry Ernest Woods, and Edward Henry Whorf. 1906. Tayer (Thayer) family entries in the parish register of Thornbury, Gloucestershire, England. [Boston]: [publisher not identified]. Reprinted from NEHGS July 1906. https://archive.org/details/tayerthayerfamil00faxo/page/n5

St. Mary's Thornbury, Eartly BMD records of Thornbury Roots: http://www.thornburyroots2.co.uk/early-parish-records/

Church of England. Parish Church of Thornbury (Gloucestershire). 1900. Parish register transcripts. (Marriages not included in Phillmore's Transcripts) https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE2130643

Stott, Clifford. "Gloucestershire T(h)ayer Ancestry" in The American Genealogist. (April 1998):81-90 and (July 1998): 209-219.

Phillimore, W. P. W. 1896. Gloucestershire parish registers. London: Issued to the subscribers by Phillimore & Co. https://archive.org/details/gloucestershirep15phil/

Sources

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M is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
ACADIA
I'm working on documenting the ancestry of Marie Comeau, wife of Louis Rousse dit Languedoc b in Chipoudy? abt 1730. My MtDNA matches to Marie Gaudet.
DNA
I'm just beginning to use autosomal DNA and am interested in collaborating with any potential matches.
IRISH_ROOTS
Researching Byrne from County Wexford and McDonnell that immigrated to St. John, New Brunswick Canada about 1820.
ONE_NAME_STUDIES
Looking at starting a one name studies for a couple of names.
SOUTH
I'm related to the South family from New Jersey
ST_ORES
My maternal great grandmother was a St. Ores. I'd love to collaborate with any other researchers who have St. Ores in their history.
THAYER
Not directly related to any Thayers, but got involved in researching them as a collateral line for a couple of Wheelock branches.
WHEELOCK
One of my brick walls is Maryette Wheelok b 1821, NY, parents unknown. I'm interested in helping to document the Wheelock family so I can hopefully find where my family fits.


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On 27 Nov 2018 at 21:55 GMT Halsey Bullen wrote:

M, re Thankful Holmes Payson (Holmes-9494),

You connected her to parents, then disconnected from them. Oddly enough, on the same day I received an email from Sharon K. Holmes saying that Thankfull was born in Roxbury to Nathaniel and Patience Topliff Holmes. They look like her parents to me, too, per Roxbury records, Vol. 1, p. 185 'Holms - Thankful, d. Nathanael, b. Dec..2, 1685. OK to record that, or am I missing something?

On 27 Nov 2018 at 00:20 GMT Rev Daniel Washburn Jones wrote:

M, re: Keith-7,

Do we have a link to his Will?

Thank you.

On 26 Nov 2018 at 01:37 GMT Robert Wood wrote:

Hey M,

I'm ok with disconnecting with disconnecting Esther Keith from Josiah Thayer.

Bob

On 22 Nov 2018 at 17:44 GMT Walter Howe wrote:

The revised link goes to Volume 2 all right. Will a Volume 1 link go to Volume 1 now? See Howe-3, for example, for a Volume 1 reference. Note in the cite there now, there is a link to a searchable versions of the Howe Genealogies at Ancestry. That is the model I have been using recently for Howe Genealogy cites, and it uses an Evidence Explained citation format.

On 22 Nov 2018 at 05:54 GMT Walter Howe wrote:

You replaced the Howe Genealogies cite for Rebecca (Howe) Thayer with a span reference using the Howe Genealogies listed as a Resource in WikiTree. The problem is that there are two volumes, both number beginning with 1, and the citation you provided did not identify the volume. I tried to correct it, but there may be a better way. Please look at it again.

On 20 Nov 2018 at 18:23 GMT Brad Stauf wrote:

Interested in the Thayer name study too, responded on the G2G thread. Thanks for spearheading this.

On 20 Nov 2018 at 16:32 GMT Janis (Paulding) Swanson wrote:

Reply to message left on John Partridge:

Sorry, I never went back to expand and put in the full source. Will do so. MF stands for Mayflower Families silver books.

Thanks, Janis

On 20 Nov 2018 at 02:03 GMT Mary (Provance) Provance-Garvens wrote:

Thank you for the message regarding Luke! I've been very bust the last week or so. I'm an assistant manager in prepared foods at a local grocer, and the week before and week of Thanksgiving is completely insane for us! I am working on the tree as quickly as I can! I'll try working down from Luke to Glen, thanks for that tip! Mary

On 19 Nov 2018 at 19:59 GMT William Graham wrote:

When I first uploaded the Elliot info, I only knew that John Robert Elliott was born 1804 in NC. I find later that he lived in Indiana with his family, but know nothing more of earlier Elliotts which have been added.

On 16 Nov 2018 at 17:46 GMT Robin Lee wrote:

Re:Fowle-12

Thanks for your offer of help on this profile, please add the sources and information you have!

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