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Kathleen (Creel) Leppert

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Kathleen K. Leppert formerly Creel
Born 1960s.
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Account confirmed 11 Jul 2017 | Kathleen's 657 contributions | 17 thank-yous received
Profile last modified | Created 26 Jun 2017
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Wiki Genealogist First Peoples Project Member January 2018 Club 100 September 2017 Club 100 LDS Project Member July 2017 Club 100 Big Heart Pre-1700 Honor Code Signatory GEDCOM Equipped Volunteer DNA Tested
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Broken Men and Broken Clans of Scotland. In 1594, King James VI of Scotland outlawed certain clan names and declared certain chiefs Broken Men in an attempt to break these Clans of Scotland. Many of the early colonists of the Americas were children and grandchildren of these Clans and were going by different last names. Y-DNA projects have been unraveling the name changes of the ancestors of the Broken Men and Broken Clans of Scotland. See:
Direct descendant of George Creel Sr. (b. 1745 d. 1824) and Mary Athy Creel (b. 1753 d. 1824) of Virginia/West Virgina.
Ancestors who emigrated into and out of the Cumberland Gap.
The Plantation of Ulster (Irish: Plandáil Uladh; Ulster-Scots: Plantin o Ulstèr) was the organized colonization (plantation) of Ulster – a province of Ireland – by people from Great Britain during the reign of King James I. Most of the colonists came from Scotland and England. Small private plantation by wealthy landowners began in 1606, while the official plantation began in 1609.
History of the Freedmen of tribal rolls.
History of the Free African Families of North America from 1600s through 1865.
Ancestors of the Great Lakes region. New York to Michigan immigration. Metis.
Mormon Pioneers, Nauvoo, Colonia Diaz, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Illinois, Missouri
History of the mixed ancestry of Native, African and European families from 1500's through World War II of families of North America.
French Canadian/Metis ancestry. History of Northern North America.
Direct descendant of Moses Martin Sanders (b. 1803 d. 1878) and Amanda Armstrong Fausett (b. 1810 d. 1885)

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On 30 Mar 2019 at 18:31 GMT Robert Wood wrote:

Hello Kathleen, I'm contacting you because you show up on John Stephens-1264 profile, my 4th g-grandfather, as being DNA connected. I would like to exchange info with you regarding the Stephens line.

On 5 Feb 2019 at 00:26 GMT Ellen Smith wrote:

Kathleen, I see that you have at least a few ancestors in New Netherland. I just now made some connections between "your" Simonson profiles and others that Lisa Santora has been working on. I recommend that you connect with her to support each other in making both of your Simonsen branches better. Pat Wardell's notes on the Simonson family seem like an excellent resource -- see Space:Early_Bergen_County_Families for info on the "temporary" site for getting hold of her material.

Please remember to cite good sources when you create or edit profiles. "Reliable sources" are now required for new pre-1700 profiles -- see Space:New Netherland Settlers Project Reliable Sources for advice on what this means for New Netherland people like the Simonsons.

On 25 Dec 2017 at 17:23 GMT Kay (Johnson) Wilson wrote:

Hi Kathleen,

I see that you've marked the relationship of many of your ancestors to their parents 'confirmed with DNA'. There's a statement required to be entered in each child's biography explaining how you used DNA to confirm the parental relationship(s). It's all explained here: Please add a statement for each child whose parents you have marked 'confirmed with DNA'. Thanks! Please let me know if I can help.

On 15 Aug 2017 at 14:08 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:

Hi Kathleen,

This is your last stop on the guided tour. Hopefully, you're feeling like a WikiTree pro! If not, you can always revisit the tour stops via the comment boxes on the right side of your profile.

This tour has covered a lot of ground so far. Our last stop gives you a few more tools that can take you even deeper into the WikiTree forest without getting lost: How to Dig a Little Deeper.

Have questions? We want to help! Click my name, then ask in the comment section of my page.

Debi - WikiMessenger

On 9 Aug 2017 at 15:55 GMT Cindy (Williams) Lesure wrote:

You may have been hard at work getting connected to family members who are already here and adding those who were missing. You probably have at least a few profiles that you manage now.

There's a fast and easy way to access those profiles using the Watchlist. So, this week we're going to look at How to Manage Your Watchlist.

Please let one of us know if you have questions! If the above link does not work from your email, please go to your profile in the public comments and it will work from there.

Thanks, WikiMessenger Cindy

On 1 Aug 2017 at 21:48 GMT Cindy (Williams) Lesure wrote:


You've been here for several weeks now! We hope your profiles are coming together and you've enjoyed getting to know us a little better.

You're getting a good feel for the collaborative nature of WikiTree by now and collaboration isn't always easy. So, we've put together a few pointers that can make working in this type of environment a little easier: How to be a Successful WikiTreer.

Questions?? Just ask! If the above link does not work from your email, please go to your profile in the public comments and it will work from there.

Thanks, Cindy

PS-Good work so far! Have you noticed on ancestor profiles on bottom right is "Research" where you can get sources and more information? Give it a try!

On 26 Jul 2017 at 15:59 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:


It's time for your next stop on the guided tour!

This week, we'd like to show you How to Join in the Community. There's no shortage of opportunities to get involved through social media, our forum, and projects.

Be sure to check out the One Name Studies Project to see if anyone has started a project for one of the surnames in your family. Don't see one? Follow the instructions for starting your own!

Just ask, if you have questions. :-)

Mary- WikiMessenger

On 18 Jul 2017 at 01:57 GMT Dorothy Barry wrote:

Hi again!

You've been here a week now, and we hope you enjoyed your first stop on your guided tour of WikiTree and were able to make good use of the things you learned.

Our next stop will give you some pointers on how to make your profiles stand out: How to Make the Most of a Profile.

As always, your questions are welcome! Check out our g2g forum at:

Dorothy B.

On 11 Jul 2017 at 16:36 GMT Cindy (Williams) Lesure wrote:

Welcome Kathleen!

Thanks for volunteering! You are now a full member of the WikiTree community. Once you sign the Honor Code, you may start adding profiles.

Since WikiTree is different from other genealogy sites, we have a guided tour to help new members learn their way around. The first stop is How-To #1: How to Start Climbing Our Tree. The How-To's are intended to be visited about once a week, but feel free to work through them at your own pace.

To meet other WikiTreers, check out our G2G forum, including the G2G Question of the Week.


See you in the branches, Cindy

On 26 Jun 2017 at 22:01 GMT Vicky (Freeth) Majewski wrote:

Hello and welcome to WikiTree!

The email we just sent has helpful links to get you started.

WikiTree is different from other genealogy websites because our goal is to create one big family tree with ONE PROFILE PER PERSON. This means we all work together on our shared ancestors.

When you confirm your email address, you’ll be given an opportunity to volunteer to help document our collective family history. Use the Tags and comments to tell us about your genealogical interests. It can be a name, like SMITH, or a place, like AUSTRALIA. Be sure to click the "Enter Tag(s) and Volunteer" button when you finish!

After you volunteer, one of us will be by to confirm your membership. Then you'll be able to add your family!

Hope to see you soon!


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