Kyle was born as C. Kyle Dane (no first name, just a first initial) at Arcadia Methodist Hospital in Arcadia, California on July 14th, 1970 (Bastille Day). He married his high school sweetheart, Raquel Montoya in 1998 and they have two children: Annabel, born in 2004 and Lucy, born in 2007.
Kyle caught the genealogy and family history bug from his grandmother, Edith Thacher Dane, who gave him a copy of a hand-written family tree produced for her grandmother, Elizabeth Baldwin Sherman when Kyle was a child. He started digging into family history during his college days at UCLA, and has gradually built an extensive family tree as resources and other researchers have increasingly come online since 1995. Kyle has been blogging to record his genealogy experiences and to preserve and digitize family stories and photos since 2007 at: http://danegenealogy.blogspot.com. He also collects family history digital media on Pinterest (http://www.pinterest.com/kyledane/) and Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/kyleshistory/); (http://www.flickr.com/photos/78596477@N07/). Kyle's most recent endeavor is to maintain and update profiles on both WikiTree.com and Findagrave.com
Kyle graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics in 1993. He also has a Master's in Economics from UC Davis (2002).
He has worked:
Somewhere in all this, Kyle wrote a science fiction novel called Fortress Beverly Hills (2009) . The novel is self-published through Lulu.com (http://www.lulu.com/shop/kyle-dane/fortress-beverly-hills/paperback/product-5531898.html) and Amazon.com (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005H97XYA/) and has been promoted only lightly, so it's sold less than a hundred copies so far. Maybe someday...
Kyle was one of three founding members of the Galaxians S.C., a supporters club for Major League Soccer's Los Angeles Galaxy (https://www.facebook.com/galaxians). He counts as one of his most memorable experiences a trip to Portland, Oregon in 1997 to support his national soccer team in the United States Men's World Cup Qualifier against Costa Rica.
On 25 Nov 2016 at 20:30 GMT Cynthia (Edgemon) Rushing wrote:
Noticed according to wikitree relationship finder we're 10th cousins. Hello!
On 8 Jun 2016 at 18:20 GMT Marie Chantigny wrote:
I have change the name to Low on some of my profiles. I will change the others as I go along...Marie
On 20 May 2016 at 22:37 GMT Star Kline wrote:
Come join us on the Weekend Chat! Tell us more about your blog and your novel.
On 20 Feb 2016 at 04:04 GMT Sandi Wiggins wrote:
I can't tell from skimming where PGM stands on the surname protocol. Does this mean Henry Kinne abd his dopplegangers ae in limbo forever? I sort of wish I hadn't brought it up because of some of the fallout on the Henry K thread. I tried reading the PGM discussions but didn't see a conclusion. Sandi
On 30 Oct 2015 at 13:02 GMT A Fabry wrote:
On 30 Oct 2015 at 12:56 GMT A Fabry wrote:
OMG, those families are a bit of a mess on WikiTree. One guy has used a dubious source and duplicated a bunch of those profiles. Perhaps more in the Chandler line than the Danes. Quite a headache.
On 28 Oct 2015 at 23:09 GMT A Fabry wrote:
On 28 Oct 2015 at 21:18 GMT A Fabry wrote:
I've got Elizabeth, the daughter of Lion Gardiner, who on her deathbed accused Goody Garlick of bewitching her. Goody Garlick was tried in Winthrop's court but not sentenced guilty (although not quite declared innocent). 1660s East Hampton. Gardiner-161
Also several members of Rev. Francis Dane's family in Andover, two daughters, daughter-in-law, others. Wondering if you are any relation to this Dane family?
On 10 Oct 2015 at 22:59 GMT S (Hill) Willson wrote:
UPDATED 10/14: I found good source documentation which supports his LNAB being Burrough. He later referred to himself as Burroughs.
I think he should probably be added to the Notables project; what do you think?
OLD: I noticed that George Burroughs of the Salem Witch Trials last name is now Burrough (Burrough-1). Shouldn't it be Burroughs? I posted a message to the profile, but it doesn't look like either PM is very active. Thank you.
On 1 Aug 2015 at 12:32 GMT William Lindsay wrote:
Thanks for the reply. I will look into further links in our families.