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Julie (Collins) Skellern

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Julie Skellern formerly Collins
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[children unknown]
Account confirmed 15 May 2014 | Julie's 6 contributions | 3 thank-yous received
Collins-6695 created 15 May 2014 | Last modified | Last edit: 11 Sep 2017
17:15: Julie (Collins) Skellern signed the Wiki Genealogist Honor Code. [Thank Julie for this | 1 thank-you received]
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On 28 Jan 2015 at 21:01 GMT Catherine Engisch wrote:

Thank you Julie for your comments re Henry Wilshire Webb, especially his death. My mother's grandmother was Florence Webb who married a Pritchard. I'm trying to put my Mum's family history together before she dies (she's 95) & It is so time consuming that any assistance is greatly appreciated.

On 17 May 2014 at 14:42 GMT Eowyn Langholf wrote:

Hi !

Welcome to WikiTree :) I hope you have a wonderful experience here on our site. We're great for making “cousin” connections! Happy researching!

Eowyn ~ WikiTree Team

P.S. If you have a minute, maybe you'll pop into our G2G Forum and post a little introduction about yourself! We love getting to know our members better and it's a great place to find like-minded researchers and potential family! Just follow the link, click “Ask A Question” and you're good to go!

On 15 May 2014 at 05:22 GMT Debby (Barton) Black wrote:

We appreciate any help in adding accuracy to our profiles. Our core workers are constantly striving for this.

In fact, following is a statement with which I normally advise new volunteers:

"VERY IMPORTANT: The more documents and sources, dates and places you add to the profiles you create, the stronger your branches and our mutual global tree will be. If you don't know the correct date, please estimate using before or after."

"Our mission is to build a global tree with just one profile per person, so please try very hard not to add any duplicates to our shared tree."

Julie, if you click the 'Find' menu (upper right corner) and select projects, you may find an area of interest including like-minded researchers.

G2G forum has many queries that need sourced answers.

Enjoy. :)

On 15 May 2014 at 04:21 GMT Julie (Collins) Skellern wrote:

Your mission seems OK, but Im always dubious about too much information in the public domain that is unverified and plagiarised from someone else's research. I'm likely to just make the odd contact here and there with proved facts, extra references that I've researched, to support individual queries.

On 15 May 2014 at 04:16 GMT Debby (Barton) Black wrote:

Hi, Julie. Greetings from WikiTree!

We're growing a worldwide family tree. If you'd like to help us by adding your family branches or help in some other way, please click the volunteer link and leave a message letting us know.

Feel free to ask a question at G2G forum.

Also, WikiTree Help is filled with useful information you might want to review. The help pages can be accessed through the link in the upper right hand corner of your profile page.

Our Honor Code is a very important part of why our community is such a friendly place to grow your family tree. :o)



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