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Linda Crannell

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Linda L. Crannell
Born 1960s.
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Daughter of [private father (1930s - unknown)] and [private mother (1930s - 1980s)]
Sister of [private sister (1960s - unknown)] and [private sister (1960s - unknown)]
[children unknown]
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Profile last modified | Created 27 Nov 2014 | Last significant change: 1 Dec 2021
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Biography

Linda Crannell participated with Marvelous Mid-Atlantic Mop-Up Crew during the 2021 Clean-a-Thon.

Developed a passion for genealogy in the 90's Have discovered Wikitree. Have also used FindAGrave, Familysearch and Ancestry for research. Interested in sharing ideas and information with other genealogists.

In 2020, I joined the Data Doctors Team. I have learned a lot participating in this project. I recommend joining this project or choosing one of the other great groups on Wikitree.

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Hi. We are 6th cousins once removed. We share a great etc. Grandma Anna Margaretha Schuman Fetterly.
posted by Carol (Snow) Milne
Hi Linda, I clicked the "thank you" button, but I want to make a personal thank you as well. I truly appreciate the stellar work you did organizing the Horace Prior page that I manage. I have lots to learn about profiles and you give an excellent model to duplicate as best I can. It would be an honor to learn further from you.
posted by Fletcher Trice
Before ou made that fix, it appeared we were a bit behind the 8-ball with Mehitable Poole Hall. Luckily you picked up on that cue! Chalk up a victory in your column for sure. ;)
posted by Bernard Ellis
Congratulations Linda!

You have been awarded the Family Star for your "Excellent high-quality source citations!". Thank you for your contributions and for being a family star! 💥

Laura ~Appreciation Team

posted by Laura DeSpain
Hi Linda, tried to fix the regiment status for William Earl Young however now states only supervisor can change. Not certain what this refers to. Help! Laurie
Did you add the double curly brackets? I could check it out, but you need to unlock the profile.

Linda

posted by Linda Crannell
Linda, how strange. I tried to fix that Burial heading twice on the profile. It wouldn't take! Can you try it and let me know how how fixed it? I actually have a few with bad heading issues.

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Fougeron-130

posted by Maggie N.
edited by Maggie N.
Maggie,

I just tried it and it worked. In Edit, I typed = Burial =, clicked the preview to make sure and then saved the changes. What are your other heading issues? Linda

posted by Linda Crannell
Hi Linda,

Thank you for your assist with Georgia Gail Gast.

posted by Lorraine (Gast) Lake
See Gerrits-443 for a reply to your message to the New Netherland project account.
posted by Ellen Smith
Linda,

Found the will today of Cornelius Johnson, husband of Ann Stout, daughter of James I and Elizabeth (Truax) Stout which confirms her death is after March 5 1770.

posted by Sharon (Hardman) West
Linda,

Please look at John Stout-1165.

I have edited the profile and sources. He is the son of Richard, son of Richard and Penelope.

posted by Sharon (Hardman) West
Linda, regarding John Stout, if you can find him, I thanked you for your work, you mention you found information outlining his children and I am wondering what your sources were and if perhaps you set up a second profile that had the information already.


If your sources are correct, and the profile incorrect, do you have any idea who the profile actually is?

posted by Lance Martin
Linda, I was editing Stout-1881 today. Levi died single 2 sources

What source is there for the second marriage of Moses Stout-1880? He died one year after Abigail. Thank you for your reply.

posted by Sharon (Hardman) West
Linda - Thanks for the gender correction on Anna Maria Kress. I assumed it was some automated process since I just uploaded the GEDCOM a few weeks ago... If you have any info on more Kress from Ingelfingen (Baden-Wurttemburg), please contact me..

Stephen

posted by Stephen Kress
Hello Linda,

I'd like to invite you to join in the "Weekend Chat" on G2G Today!

Share personal successes, stories about ancestors, tips, projects you are working on, or anything esle you wish.

New members stop in and say Hello, introduce yourself, share your story, or ask for help.

Pilots, Mentors, and Leaders of all kinds please add something... your advice is always greatly appreciated.

Hope to see you there!

http://www.wikitree.com/g2g/166771/weekend-chat-all-members-are-invited-24-25-july-2015

posted by Keith Hathaway
Dear Lina;

The birth day & month are NOT shown in my posting. They are correct, although I did not post full dates.

Rob VanDyne

posted by Robert VanDyne
Hi Linda,

I posted the link because someone seemed unclear on copying text policy. So, I posted so everyone could see what we were talking about. Unfortunately, a lot of people aren't aware of or haven't read about copying text from other websites. When I see this happening I try and post the link or send it to the individual in case they aren't aware. It's a learning process for us all.

Thanks for your contributions!!

The information I have about Cornelius' line is that Van Slyke was used as the surname. The other lines of the family likely used variations of that. This is where merging can get tricky. The spelling of the surname should be evaluated and chosen on an individual basis.
Greetings Linda. RE: Van Slyke & Van Slyk surname. Yes, this was discussed in the G2G forum. Van Slyke was the chosen LNAB.

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