Natalie (Durbin) Trott
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Natalie (Durbin) Trott

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Researching Durbin, Schrader, Ray, Vachon, Nusbaumer, Martin (France), Striker, and Wolfe/Wolf in locations: Ohio, Indiana, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

Interested in communicating with cousins. My family tree is here.

Natalie J. Trott formerly Durbin
Born 1950s.
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Hi Nat! I made this workhouse category. Could you review it? I wasn't sure if I should append Oulton to the category name.

posted by Karen Lowe
It's probably fine. The workhouse categories seem to be named in three different ways,


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hi Natalie, thanks for your work on the categories for my father, Lon West. Just curious, as I am not that familiar with the various WW2 designations, why was the category "Eighth Air Force, United States Army Air Forces, World War II" deleted? Is it because it is more broad and overlapping of "303rd Bombardment Group (Heavy), United States Army Air Forces, World War II" ?? And what is the significance of the addition of the word "Heavy" there ? Thank you! Jane West
posted by J. West
I added Heavy because that was the official designation and it is consistent with the rest of the categorization of those Bombardment groups. I deleted 8th AF because we use the lowest level unit category to group the profiles. 8th AF should be used for those on staff of the 8th AF or IF that is the only information known about the person's military service.

Thanks for asking! Nat

posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott

Thanks for fixing my category issues with Lawrence Edward Regan! I was so busy straightening out his stickers and the flags within that I ignored the category warnings. Still not sure I got the flags right, especially since they were both part of the British Empire. Thanks again! /s/jr

posted by Jerry Regan
edited by Jerry Regan
Is the a badge for a purple heart? I am working on two veterans in the same family who won the purple heart, one was posthum. They are Lucassen-179 and 171. I have added the American Flag image as I always do for veterans but can't remember how to get to the others since it's been so long. I am a member of the Military and War.

Kern Brogan Thompson-2421

posted by Kern (Thompson) Brogan
There is a medal sticker you can use for purple heart. Just add the additional { } around the template so there are two.:

{Medal|medal=Purple Heart|image=Kerr-2334-6.jpg} The category for purple heart will automatically be added to the profile.

Have a good day, Natalie

posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thank you for participating in the December 2023 USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 6214 profiles. We created a total of 46,036 profiles for the year. We met our 2023 goal of 250k profiles and finished out the year with 168,195!

You can see your personal 2023 total and your all time 2021-2023 total on the 2023 tab here: our tracking spreadsheet.

Thank you very much Natalie for creating the Canada, Lawyer section for my Grandpa!! I am VERY new to this site and it will definitely take me a while to navigate all the nooks and crannies!

Cheers, Kate Young

posted by Kate (Stott) Young
You're welcome, Kate.

Let me know if you need help with anything category-wise.  :-)


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hi Natalie,

We are related, 9th cousins, once removed through Robert Abell! Marilyn

posted by Marilyn Kenyon MS, Psy.D.
edited by Marilyn Kenyon MS, Psy.D.
Hi Natalie, Thank you for your attention to Robert Bice. I'm afraid that picture does not do him justice. I'm wondering if that is one of the characters that he portrayed? My computer is so old, I can no longer perform many tasks, among them cut and paste. Since Robert is a fourth cousin; I would love to see him looking his handsome self; if you have time. Thanks, Gail Bice
posted by Gail Bice
Hi Gail, I found his image in Wikimedia Commons, and I'll see if there's another one I can use. Needs to be free of copyright.
posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Natalie and DrO are 18th cousins once removed

Natalie (Durbin) Trott and DrO (Pirkle) Olmstead are both descendants of Anyll (Venables) Brereton (abt.1375-bef.1405).

We are also 20* apart in connections.

posted by DrO (Pirkle) Olmstead
So, practically sisters! :-) Hi cousin!


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thanks for adding the ship category to the Craig profile. I've done a bit of research on the ship and while that class of steamship had major issues, it was still used for years. In particular the Penobscot lasted into non-military use. I have a feeling I could find more AA persons who served on her.
posted by Janet (Adams) Demcoe
You're welcome, Janet. Thanks for asking about it.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hey Natalie, I wasn't sure about this related to the military and war project so I thought I would ask the question first. I've done a bunch of research on the Upper Canada rebellion in 1837/38 related to the Canadian service members in my family related to various sources.

It says Military and War manages the category, so do I need to be in the military and war project if I want to add servicemen to it? I added the first one, Philip VanKoughnet, as I was working on the biography today. But I have others :-)

Second question is, do all service members who fought in the war get tagged with the same category? I have ancestors who fought for Canada and ancestors who fought on the American side as well.

And last question is, is it possible to get one of those nifty service boxes for the rebellion, like the war of 1812 one? It seems like a fun way to call attention to a war service everyone forgets about.

Thanks! Concetta

No, you do not need to be a member of the project in order to add the category to profiles.

I am not familiar with the Upper Canada Rebellion but usually in a war there are categories for each "side" of the conflict. I'll take a look at the category this evening and see what I can add.

We do not have a sticker for that war, as far as I know. I will take a look though.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thank you cousin so much for categorizing Olaf Anderson into 90th Spruce Squadron, United States Army, World War I. I thought I had checked thoroughly for a category. Whenever I try to add a new category I end up needing G2G help to get it right anyway.

We are 10th cousins once removed. Natalie (Durbin) Trott and Sue (Morey) Carda are both descendants of Thomas Bourne (abt.1581-1664). And Elizabeth Bourne


posted by Sue (Morey) Carda
edited by Sue (Morey) Carda
You're welcome, Sue, and hello, cousin!


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott

I give you SSGT William Francis Brunson V and the Crew of the Spook lll on the eve of the 80th Anniversary of their Sacrifice.


posted by [Living Brunson]

Check out Brunson-1789. Working on copy for Bio later. Thanks!


posted by [Living Brunson]

I am still fiddling with . After 4 generations, I connected this Military and War Korean War Veteran to the tree. There does not seem to be a category for that though.

Mary Richardson

posted by Mary Richardson
Nice work on his profile, Mary!


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thank you, Natalie, for fixing the mistake I made on my Fathers' military sticker!
You're welcome, Jodi. Happy to help out.
posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thank you for participating in the April 2023 USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 5952 profiles. Our new total is 201,351. 250k here we come!
25 Profiles
Natalie (Durbin) Trott created 28 new profiles during the April 2023 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.
Congratulations on that shiny new blue badge! Very happy to see you've joined us again. Let me know if there's anything I can do to help.

Cheers, Bobbie

posted by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
edited by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
THank you, Bobbie; it's good to be back!

Regards, Nat

posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Sorry Nat. I keep going into auto-mode and adding African-American Sticker instead of African-American Notables to the template. Hopefully I will break this habit!
Oh we all get into those grooves! No big deal, Emma.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hi Beryl, I'm not really sure what you are asking about. William Prescott has a category for the 7th already.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
It is one of the Regiments - the 7th MA that is needed in this list

Wm Prescott was the commander of the 7th and I added the category to his profile just yesterday so that he appears within the list of those who fought at Bunker Hill. Some of his men even died there. ...Prescott was then chosen to lead 1,200 men onto the Charlestown peninsula and erect defenses on Bunker Hill on the night of June 16, 1775. ... Prescott received a colonel's commission, and his unit became the 7th Continental Regiment. The regiment saw service in the 1776 defense of New York.

posted by Beryl Meehan
I'm not touching it. The unit you added (7th) isn't Prescott's and I found this at wikipedia: So, something isn't right. I edited Precott's sticker to add 7th Continental, but then changed it back. Maybe you should talk to the 1776 project about the category.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Ok, asking Betty Skelton. Thanks for your time and consideration.
posted by Beryl Meehan
Hi Natalie, I've noticed your working on putting in categories on US Civil War Soldiers, another category you can put in is: US Civil War needs Connection on those that have no connection. Thank you. Pam
posted by Pam Kreutzer
I was clearing the top level KIA Civil War category of profiles and have finished. Sure, if I work on an unconnected CW soldier, I'll add the category.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thank you for joining the January USBH Connecting Challenge, Natalie, and helping us create 8294 new profiles. Our new total is 82166

All first-time participants can add the participant sticker to their profile. Connecting Challenge Stickers

We’ve started the February challenge here: February Connecting Challenge.

100 Profiles
Natalie (Durbin) Trott created 100 new profiles during the January 2022 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
edited by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hi Natalie, I'm not a Durbin but found this interesting will of an unmarried Margaret Durbin who names a number of people who are haphazardly attached here and there on line. Before I try to shovel out the manure, do you have an opinion? Please have a look:

It looks to me more likely that she is the sister of Thomas and Honor Erbaugh Durbin, so her sister Ann married a Hayden and her sister Honora (LNU?) had a daughter Honoria who married an Eck.

posted by Jane Peppler
edited by Jane Peppler
Thanks, I'll take a look later today. :-)


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hi Natalie,

You are always my go to person. Will you post the same instructions for the Military and War stickers on the google group, that you posted on g2g?? It was entitled "Helpful tips for using the War Stickers"

posted by Mary Richardson
edited by Mary Richardson
Sure, I can do that shortly.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Natalie, Thank you for joining the December USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 10523 new profiles. We met our goal of creating 50,000 new profiles in 2021!
50 Profiles
Natalie (Durbin) Trott created 71 new profiles during the December 2021 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.


Hi Natalie,

Edit-Bit has changed the category name for 2 of my family from 'Seventh-day Adventist' to 'Seventh-Day Adventist'.

I am not sure why. As far as I can see, the 'Seventh-day' is the standard spelling, and certainly was at the time my relatives were involved. Looking at Google I found the description for 'Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement: a small offshoot with an unknown number of members from the Seventh-day Adventist Church."

Do you know why the category name was changed? Thanks, Steve Thomas.

posted by Steve Thomas
edited by Steve Thomas
Changed it to fit the category name rules. It might be a moot point, as the denominations categories may be saying "bye bye" in the future, with the reorganizing of religion categories.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thank you for adding the civil war image & listing for Joseph Wright Cowan. If you have the time... There is another person who I would love to see get this recognition: Harry Sheldon (Sheldon-3022.) Poor guy died in Andersonville. He was Joseph Cowan's brother-in-law's brother. Thank you.
posted by Laurie (Weber) Myres
I'll have a look, Laurie.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thank you for correcting my categories over at the Portugal project!
You recently removed the Department of Defense category from my dad's profile. Before I add it back, could you explain why you removed it and why you did not discuss this first?

posted by David Thomson III
I moved it because DoD is a top level category and I was clearing those, as was explained in the explanation box. DoD is divided into subcategories and the profile should be categorized into an appropriate subcategory.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thank you SOOOO much for helping me with the cemetery categorization I messed up! You Rock!


posted by Sheila Tidwell
Anytime, Sheila. I might take a bit to answer, but feel free to shoot me questions. Also, you're from Opelika! I used to drive through there on the way north when we lived near Fort Walton Beach, FL. Cute little town.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
edited by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hi Natalie!

Thank you for your help on my g uncle’s Civil War profiles, Jacob Lewis. We are 12th cousins, descended from Sytie Dircks!

posted by Laurie (Cable) Olsson
edited by Laurie (Cable) Olsson
You're welcome and HI cousin!


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hello Natalie

Thank you for your help on the Virginia Woolf profile. I just noticed we're related through the White family:)

posted by Deborah Spooner
Hi cousin, nice to meet you.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Natalie.. just stopping by to say thank-you for all you do and your remarkable patience. We're lucky to have you:)
posted by [Living Ogle]
Thank you , Bree. :-)


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hi, Natalie. Where can I find the most recent recomendation for the organization and presentation of Name Studies at WikiTree?


posted by Douglas Beezley
Thanks, Natalie. I've never acquired skill at finding what I want at WikiTree. I've seen people whizzing around (screensharing) but on my own, I don't seem to be able to recreate it. I'm trying to improve what I have. I just did some updates on the main page, but I need to do more linking and improvement. Any observations would be appreciated.

Here are some of the Space Pages I think I'm supposed to be using:

I'm also working on the DNA Project side of things. That needs some work as well. I've corresponded with Peter Roberts. d

posted by Douglas Beezley
Can you please look at and fix the "Roger Mills County, Oklahoma category? (The " is the problem). Thanks! Edit, oops it's a page, not a category, I wonder how that can be fixed?
posted by S O'Donley
edited by S O'Donley
I can't get to that page either. I will ask a team member. Thanks,


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hi Natalie,

I sent this Veteran over to g2g to the MilitarY and War thread to answer for joining the project. He has done that ... Brian Parton. Then I will approve him for Military and War Google Group. There may be others there, but I am following him.


Mary, Project Coordinator , Military and War project

posted by Mary Richardson
edited by Mary Richardson

Thank you for joining the May Connecting Challenge and helping us create 3726 new profiles!

We’ve started the June challenge here: June Connecting Challenge

25 Profiles
Natalie created 28 new profiles during the May 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.


Hi Nat,

I would like to thank you for all your contributions towards the goals of the England Project during the past six months. We've achieved a huge amount during this period and we couldn't have done it without you and our other project members.

As the England Project Leaders, we are completing our six monthly check-in with all project members.

Are you happy to stay in your current project teams? Which teams are you most active in? Are there other teams you would like to join or become more active in?

Also, do you have any feedback on what the project is doing well and anything we could do better in the future?

Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks!

Amelia, England Project Leader

posted by Amelia Utting
edited by Amelia Utting
Really all I do is categories, Amelia. I keep the badge so I can be in the England discord for any category questions. If that isn't enough to keep the badge, please feel free to remove it and England members can just ask questions in g2g or ask the project leaders for assistance. :-)


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Natalie - I understand why you 'corrected' the Military category for this profile for Harold Kay - - BUT you will see that we now have two categories for 34 Squadron RAF ... Please correct this situation.
posted by Valerie Willis

Yes there are two categories, one is the "main" category for the Squadron, and one is the "War" category for those who served in that unit during WWII. It's a more precise category.  This will allow the unit to work with M&W stickers. 

The situation is "corrected" at this point in time and needs no further attention.  -N.

posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Dear Natalie,

thanks for editing Meszecsov-6 and Minda-6. I understood what you did there, but I'm not sure it fits to my intentions:

  • Meszecsov-6: I'm pretty convinced that it's the same person, but there is a bit of uncertainty. Now to me it more looks like "somebody mixed up two people, please split this profile"
  • Minda-6: Nice category, didn't know about it. My intention was to state, that the death currently is still unsourced, though.

Kind regards from rainy Black Forest

posted by Florian Straub

This woman is going to need a Military and War Badge, please. I am also directing her to the g2g Ad to ANSWEr for the badge.


Mary Richardson, Project Coordinator

posted by Mary Richardson
edited by Mary Richardson

What should be used for the Croix de guerre (1939-1945.) medal category? It is on WikiTree, but the categories I keep finding are labeled being deleted.  ?


posted by Mary Richardson
edited by Mary Richardson
We corrected the capitalization of them all and added France to distinguish them from the Belgian award.

Category: Croix de Guerre 1939-1945 (France) Complete list:


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott

I have restored Perry Worthington Hardman-762. He was a Church planter and Religious leader in the community. His signature as trustee is on the image of the deed. He born in Lewis County and shortly before the civil War his parents moved to Falls Mill, Braxton County, (West) Virginia where he and died. He is buried in the same cemetery that land was given for at the time the land for the church was given. I live in the house his son John William Hardman built in which I was born.

Sharon Hardman759 his great granddaughter.

You can't use the religious institutions group category. Use a category for the actual church. If you do not know how to create that, just request it by using the form:

Natalie, Categorization Project Leader

posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott

Thank you very much for your response. Cannot say cannot teach an old dog new tricks. I am 83. I have followed you instruction.

Wickiteer Sharon Hardman-759

83...not that darned old! You're younger than my mom is! :-) Thanks, Sharon


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
edited by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
My older sister is 89. We are both about 30 mentally. Something to say only as old as you feel. Some days 83 physcially, most days 30+ mentally. Pray all is well with your mom.


Are Name Study categories not allowed as categories on cemeteries? There are 2 cemeteries O'Donley and O'Donniley that are O'Donley Name Study worthy and I added them but you removed them? Thanks.
posted by S O'Donley
That's right, you are not supposed to make a name study a parent of any "general" category in WikiTree. Please use a link method to add them to your name study page. (Such as Category:Whatever It Is)

Thanks, Natalie

posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Can I put the cemetery category on the Name Study page?
posted by S O'Donley
Thanks so much for helping with the Civil War temple!!! I really appreciate it!


posted by Paula J
Every day we get the red had to fix them.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
I deleted Category: Waycross Cemetery, Pelzer, South Carolina from Anderson county, South Carolina as you suggested...


posted by Mary Richardson
Thank you, Mary. Have a good day.


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Greetings, cousin:

We are 9th cousins, twice removed, and share nine common ancestors.

posted by David James
Hello cousin! I will add you to my list. :-)


posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hello, Natalie!

I'm just now following up on the category "Abraham Lincoln" that you removed from David Elkin. Elder Elkin preached the funeral of Nancy Lincoln, mother of Abraham Lincoln. I am asking that you reconsider this edit and reinstate the category.

Please allow me to back this up with the following sources:

  • 1915-1952, Abraham Lincoln and religion - David Elkin, Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection, Excerpts from newspapers and other sources, Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection; Volume: Religion - Elkin: Subject: Elkin, David, ca. 1779-1857; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Lincoln, Nancy Hanks, 1784-1818; Baptists; Presidents; Clergy; Language: English; Call number: 71200908503239; Digitizing sponsor: Friends of The Lincoln Collection of Indiana, Inc.; Book contributor: Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection; Collection: lincolncollection; americana; Full catalog record: MARCXML; [1]
  • "In October, 1818, Nancy Hanks Lincoln died and was buried on a knoll just north of the cabin. It was not until the next spring that Rev. David Elkin arrived in the community and could deliver a funeral service. Ten years later, Lincoln would suffer the loss of his sister, Sarah. She had married Aaron Grigsby in 1826. She died in childbirth in January 1828 after just eighteen months of marriage. She is buried in the churchyard at the Little Pigeon Church, which today is in Lincoln State Park." Note: cited as Rev. David Elkin without the "S" on the end.

Madison County Historical Society [2] Madison, Indiana

  • Baldwin, James,”An American Book of Golden Deeds,” American Book Company, 1907, Stationer’s Hall, London, “A Wilderness Preacher” ppg 115 - 122, Google Book Search, "Waiting for Morning" illustration, pg 118 (illustrator unknown) (Elkin Researcher: Connie Gayda)
  • Whipple, Wayne, The Story-Life of Lincoln, A Biography Composed of Five Hundred True Stories as told by Abraham Lincoln and his Friends, selected from all authentic sources, and fitted together in order, forming His Complex Life History, Memorial Edition - Issued to Commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Lincoln’s Birth - Illustrated, The John C. Winston Company, Publishers, Philadelphia,1908. "The Delayed Funeral Sermon" illustration, ppg, 36 - 39 (illustrator unknown)
  • Hitchcock, Caroline Hanks, Nancy Hanks: The Story of Abraham Lincoln’s Mother Doubleday & McClure Co., New York, 1899, Elkins, Parson David , ppg 104-105.

Kindest regards,

~ Lynda 3rd Great-Granddaughter, Elder David Elkin/s

posted by Lynda (Vollmer) McCann M.Ed.
edited by Lynda (Vollmer) McCann M.Ed.

Can you put in a Cunningham Argyll, Name Studies project. Please. Was working on Wilson saw they had one. But I didn’t see one for this surname.


Hi Natalie ~ Thanks for being the Categorization Co-Leader!

Here is the correct category for Hungary Project Members only.

All those people in this one >

should be in the Category:Hungary_Project_Members one.

I didn't touch it as I am afraid I will mess it up.


posted by Maggie N.
Hi Maggie,

I thought as much. I put it in for rename. Thank you! Natalie

posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott

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