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Kenneth J. Evans
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Kenneth John Evans is a WISE Aussie, researching ancestors and their wider families who came from Wales, Ireland, Scotland as well as England. An army veteran, an entrepreneur, a family-man, a voluntary worker, mostly self-educated and a Christian, sum up much of his lifestyle and contribution to life. He is recognised as an innovator, forward-thinker, loyal and a man of integrity.


Descendant of George Patfield.

Ken is a seventh-generation Australian, descended from such pioneer settlers and convicts as George Patfield, William Pincham, Paul Lutherborrow, Richard Worthing, Joseph Hammond, Alexander Barron, Lodwick Thomas, and of course Thomas (father) and Henry (son) Evans. Their families have spread out from Sydney's northern suburbs to many parts of New South Wales, to Queensland, Western Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, and beyond; some even returning to their United Kingdom roots. Genealogy has been Ken's hobby / obsession since he was single-digits, fed by parents, grandparents and uncles / aunts who recalled many exciting stories of family members and those who had gone before. He readily tells people that history / geography and genealogy / biography are two sides of one coin; it is not just the names and dates that bring family members 'to life' but what did they do, where did they live, and what was happening in their time both locally and internationally.

Formative years

Ken at 12 months of age

Kenneth John Evans was born at 12:15am on 18th January 1955 in the now-closed Pacific Private Hospital, Brighton-le-Sands, New South Wales, Australia. His parents, both Second World War service veterans, were the late Herbert Arthur Evans (1919-2002) and Gwenda Edith Thomas (1924-2013). [1] He was christened Kenneth John on 20th February 1955 in St Columba's Presbyterian Church, Chester Hill, by the Reverend H Hillman. [2] The family lived at 9 Nyora Street, Chester Hill, in Greater Sydney's Bankstown region until re-locating to 51-53 Carberry Street, The Grange, Brisbane, Queensland in August 1957 as Ken's father sought employment. Ken's very much-loved siblings are Glenys (1949-), David (1950-50), Ronald (1952-) and Stephen (1957-).

Wilston State School

Ken attended the Wilston State School (1960-66) and Newmarket State High School (1967-69), whenever he couldn't find a way to play truant. He was a Boys' Brigader from the moment he was old enough to join The Life Boys at eight years of age; being presented his Queen's Badge by the Governor of Queensland His Excellency Air Marshal Sir Colin Hannah in 1972.

receiving The Queen's Badge

Ken was inspired by his Boys' Brigade leaders and always tried to emulate their example in faith and practice; particularly of note were Reg Walsh, Doug Lord, Bill Bain, Trevor Walsh, Peter Haylock and Paul Holden. Great memories were also formed in Sunday School, Christian Endeavour and Youth Group at Grange Baptist Church.

playing footy with Grange Baptist

Playing the trumpet (tutored by Northern Command Band bandmaster, Ted Selby), breeding tropical fish, playing Rugby League for the Grange Baptist Football Club, and competing in track & field and cross-country races for Rangers Amateur Athletic Club kept him fairly active, healthy, and out of trouble. [3] Well, maybe!

Marriage and family

As an 18-year old, Ken married Kay MacLeod, granddaughter of Military Medal recipient, George Leighton MacLeod. Ken and Kay were married in the Graceville Methodist (now Uniting) Church, Graceville, Queensland, on 22nd September 1973, by the Rev'd Horace Butler-White. They had met at Ken's older brother's wedding that April, Ken being best man and Kay a bridesmaid. They were 'sort-of' related in that a cousin of Ken's mother was married to a cousin of Kay's father. Ken and Kay have three children: Stacey (1974-), Tammy (1976-) and David (1982-). The growing family lived at Alderley and Wacol, Queensland until Ken was posted to Sydney at the end of 1978, whereupon they lived at Bexley and Belmore. They separated on 11th May 1986 and subsequently divorced, Kay returning to Brisbane with the children. Ken accepts that the combination of his military service and his deep involvement in The Boys' Brigade contributed to the pressures the marriage came under. [4]

Ken & Terena engaged

Ken has been married since 16th December 1989 to Terena-Maree, whose ancestors include Bunt, Pollard, Pearce, Griffiths, Fry, Boniface, Hickson and more. They're even the fifth marriage connection between their two families. Between them they have 17 convict ancestors and considerably more free settlers to Australia. Ken and Terena were married in Concord Baptist Church, North Strathfield, New South Wales, [5] by a special friend, Rev'd Stephen Donald Renn, and have two daughters; Tahnee-Ellen (1992-) and Hayley-Maree (1995-). Their wedding was special in that they are the only couple to have paraded the New South Wales Boys' Brigade Colours at their wedding. At the time Ken was the BB New South Wales Executive Officer (fulltime position), and Vice-President Administration and Training Director (both honorary positions). In 1995 Ken, Terena and their girls moved from New South Wales to Beaudesert, in the beautiful Scenic Rim of south-east Queensland. Ken and Terena separated on 6th November 2019 after almost thirty years of very close relationship, many shared interests, and Christian ministry together; continuing to be estranged. [6]

Ken and his kinder.

Ken is most happily a husband, father, grandfather (of seven), great grandfather (of two), brother, uncle, great uncle, nephew, and cousin. The more he learns the more he realises that life is purely about family: one's own family and other families with whom one comes in contact either for long-term or simply a season.

Working & Volunteer life

Aged fifteen years, Ken found employment in 1970 as a draper in the Queen Street, Brisbane head store of Barry & Roberts department stores (no longer in operation). Quickly learning the drapery trade and being trained as a junior manager by Mr Paul Barry, he progressed to manchester and men's wear before being promoted to manager / buyer of toys (at eighteen years of age!). Leaving Barry's following the 1974 Brisbane floods was a wrench but the following months learning the wholesale fabric and haberdashery trade with J Leutenegger Pty Ltd, under John Leutenegger (grandson of the founder) was also an exceptional and profitable experience.

Kenneth Evans is a Military Veteran.
Served in the Australian Regular Army 1974-1988, attaining the rank of Bombardier.
Gunner in the Royal Australian Artillery.
Australian Defence Medal

On 25th June 1974, Ken gave the oath of allegience to the Queen and Australia and became a career soldier in the Australian Regular Army in which he served with the:

  • 101st Field Battery, Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery (1974-78);
  • HQ Battery (Cadre) 23rd Field Regiment RAA (1979-80);
  • 102nd Field Battery RAA (1981-82);
  • Headquarters Training Command (1982-87); and
  • District Support Unit Moorebank (1987).

After working as a Gun Number on M2A2 Howitzers (with the privileged Army driver's licence class of GT; for gun towing, not gran tourismo), Ken trained in signals and worked both in artillery command posts and with forward observers. Struggling for fitness after injuring a knee, he changed ECNs to become a storeman in the quartermaster stores, having opportunity to input to the army's new equipment management manuals and the procurement of new computer and technological equipment for the army's training establishments. The 'crook' knee, injured in service, put paid to promotion to senior non-commissioned rank so Ken called 'time' on his military career after nearly fourteen years. [7]

The Boys' Brigade's anchor logo

After leaving the Army, Ken was appointed Executive Officer / Vice President Administration of The Boys' Brigade New South Wales (BB NSW), succeeding BB stalwart, John Bernard Gowman. During the three years Ken held this position, BB in New South Wales became re-energised, began to grow numerically, and programmes such as Leadership Development Courses were commenced. He visited every one of the 110 BB Companies in the State, encouraged the re-development of the regional Battalion system and improved access to everything BB for country-based members.

Moving on from the 'dream job', Ken spent twenty years as an events manager; employed, contracted and self-employed. He managed events from simple day seminars to complex residential conferences to trade exhibitions to golden wedding anniversary celebrations and special community events. Ken was appointed a Fellow of Meetings and Events Australia (FMEA). [8]

Ken holds tertiary qualifications in Biblical Studies, Events Management, Small Business Management, Security and Small Arms, and Equipment / Asset Management. [9]

mature-aged Kenneth Evans.

Ken has been a volunteer leader and executive member with The Boys' Brigade most of his life, starting in 1973 as an eighteeen year-old. [10] He has been at various times Captain of the 17th Brisbane, 13th Ipswich, 66th NSW Clemton Park, 31st NSW Concord and 1st Beaudesert Companies. He has served on regional executives as St George Battalion President and South Moreton Battalion Secretary. State Directorates in Training (New South Wales) and Development (Queensland) have given him immense personal satisfaction. Ken was appointed as a trustee of the charitable trust, The BB Fund. Involvement on the Australian executive included membership of both the Management Committee and Publications Committee. In 1990 he represented Australia at a world conference on Christian youth held in Singapore. In these responsibilities Ken grew particularly close to Carl Harman (then NSW Vice President Operations) and Brian Hicking (NSW No. 2 Section Director).

Kenneth became a believer in 1967 and has since been active as a Bible-study facilitator, prayer facilitator, deacon and elder in local churches

Ken has mixed all of the above with strong involvement in local Christian churches, being appointed deacon in The Grange Baptist, Gailes Baptist, Clemton Park Baptist and Beaudesert Baptist, and elder in Logan West Community and Beaudesert Baptist Churches. He has been an acknowledged leader of two home-based Christian fellowships as well as a Bible-study group facilitator and study leader in most of the above church settings. He has been a regular 'lay preacher' (unofficial in Baptist circles) and service leader since seventeen years of age.

The general community has also benefitted from Ken's serving heart, from The Grange Progress Hall Association in Queensland, to the King's Langley Community Centre and Quaker's Hill Community Centre, both in New South Wales. He was a valued member of the Creation Science Foundation / Answers in Genesis South-east Queensland Support Group for ten years. Ken was appointed Justice of the Peace in New South Wales. [11]

Life-long practical interests

Ken, a happy man

Ken is an insatiable reader; moreso in non-fiction genres such as history, biographies, the Bible, military topics, and anything Australian (novels and poetry make up about 10% of his reading): his library alone finely 'whittled-down' from over 2,500 titles at it's peak to today's five hundred. His favourite fiction writers are Ellis Peters (Edith Pargeter), William Stuart Long (Vivian Stuart), Arthur Upfield, Richard Butler, and Jules Verne. And, if you cannot quote some C J Dennis then your life is surely lacking! Of Christian topics, Ken says, "Don't give me commentaries; I want handbooks that enable me to see what the Bible has to say for myself."

In his family time, Ken loves to play chess, billiards, table tennis, Mah Jong, as well as almost any table / board strategy or word games, listen to good music and watch classic drama films with family and friends.

Some of his favourite musicians / singers include Herb Alpert, The Bee Gees, Richard Clayderman, Buddy Davis, the Highwaymen, Lee Kernaghan, Roy Orbison, Cliff Richard, Demis Roussos, the Seekers, and Roger Whittaker.

Arguably his all-time favourite film is The Great Escape (Steve McQueen), although The Ballad of Cable Hogue (Jason Robards, Stella Stevens, David Warner, IQ Jones), Brewster's Millions (Richard Prior, John Candy, Tovah Feldshuh), Convoy (Kris Kristofferson, Ali MacGraw, Ernest Borgnine), and We Were Soldiers (Sam Elliott, Barry Pepper and Mel Gibson) come close. Almost anything Steve McQueen, Sylvester Stallone, Tom Hanks, Colin Firth or Morgan Freeman will capture his undivided attention. [12]


Becoming Born Again

Ken is a published author and has written some twenty books and manuscripts on Australian history, Biblical and Christian living topics, biographical works, as well as leadership development, equipment management and event management manuals. They're not for sale though. Contact Ken by private message and he will e-mail you a .pdf copy. He asks only that you agree to give him feedback on the book. Included amongst his titles are:

  1. Becoming Born Again: A Fresh Look at John Chapter Three
  2. Biblical Chrono-Genealogy
  3. Building a Christian Heritage in Australia
  4. Creation, Corruption and the Consequences: a Look at Genesis Chapters 1 to 11
  5. In Defence of Australia: Herbert Arthur Evans in the Second World War (shortly available at Paddle to Australia
  6. James’ Letter: The Proving of Faith Accomplishes Patience
  7. The Kings of the Divided Kingdom of Israel
  8. Leading the Church, Biblically: Christ’s Church being Managed Christ’s Way
  9. The Letter to the Believers in Rome
  10. Paddle to Australia: the Story of George & Mary Patfield
  11. Revealing God’s Plan: the Covenants of the Bible
  12. Spiritual Gifts: God’s Means of Empowering Believers to Minister to One Another


Kenneth Evans is a Project Member of the Military and War subproject World War II
Kenneth Evans is a member of the Australian Convicts Team.

Genealogy has been an expensive hobby at times but, thankfully, online search registers, WikiTree, and social media, have brought things well within grasp. With WikiTree, it is like you have an enormous team working beside you, because that is what collaborating amounts to. When you're stuck, just call for help. Somebody will be there. Ken finds that WikiTree enables him to both work within his family and on the wider one-world family tree.

As well as working on his own family (and those of Kay, Terena and his children-in-law), Ken gives his time to several WikiTree Projects, such as:

  • Military & War, including The Great War, Seond World War and Australian Army Generals sub-projects;
  • Australia, including Australian Convicts, ANZACs, New South Wales, and Queensland sub-projects;
  • Notables;
  • Christians of Influence; and
  • Profile Improvement.

Since joining WikiTree in December 2017, Ken has surpassed 1,000 contributions every month (except two when he was recovering from hospital stays), with more than (as of October 2020) 200,000 contributions. On the genealogist-to-genealogist (G2G) forum he is a G2G Pilot, indicating that he has surpassed 100,000 contributory points.

What Ken has been, or is, working on can be seen at Ken's Own Projects.


Chester Hill, New South Wales 1955-57
The Grange, Queensland 1957-74
Wacol, Queensland 1975-78
Belmore, New South Wales 1979-86
North Strathfield, New South Wales 1987-90
Quakers Hill, New South Wales 1990-95
Beaudesert, Queensland 1995-99
Boronia Heights, Queensland 1999-2008
Mount Warren Park, Queensland 2009-11
Beaudesert, Queensland 2011-19
Beenleigh, Queensland 2019-

Ken’s Ancestors Research Status

Gen. No. Relation to Ken Evans Birth Year Range Total Possible On Wikitree Sourced Biography Genealogically Defined
1Self195511 (100%)111
2Parent1910s to 1920s22 (100%)222
3Grandparent1880s to 1890s44 (100%)444
4Great Grandparent1850s to 1860s88 (100%)888
52nd Great Grandparent1800s to 1840s1616 (100%)161616
63rd Great Grandparent1780s to 1810s3225 (78%)252525
74th Great Grandparent1760s to 1790s6422 (34%)222222
85th Great Grandparent1730s to 1770s1289 (7%)999
96th Great Grandparent1690s to 1720s2564 (2%)44 4


  1. New South Wales Birth Index #39/1955
  2. christening certificate held by family
  3. first-hand information
  4. first-hand information
  5. New South Wales Marriage Index #7219/1989
  6. first-hand information
  7. Australian Army service record and discharge certificate for 1205173 Bombardier Kenneth John Evans
  8. certificate of appointment held by the family of Ken Evans
  9. certificates held by the family of Ken Evans
  10. Staff Sergeant and Officer appointment certificates held by the family of Ken Evans
  11. certificate of appointment held by the family of Ken Evans
  12. personal reflections

When I'm resting

The time will, inevitably, come for my rest and relief from life's hectic cycle and my 'good' friend, pain. It may be, though I do hope not, that I will one day merely be unable through physical or mental illness to continue my research and recording into my family and other profiles of interest.

At that time, I place the profiles that I manage into the caring hands of the Wikitree Admin. If any member/s of my family have the desire to continue what has been started, I ask that they be allowed to manage those profiles whether or not they are currently on the Trusted Lists for those profiles and be shown the guidance to continue in the proper manner.

I also manage many profiles of people unrelated to me (to the best of my knowledge), particularly Australian Army Generals, Victoria Cross recipients, other notable Australians and notable Christians. Those profiles that are locked for privacy reasons I would desire to see transferred to someone with an interest in those projects or sub-projects. Kenneth Evans 18 Jan 2018.

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Hi Ken,

The Australia Project leadership team are carrying out our annual check-in to see how you are going in the project. We'd really like to thank you for all your work on Australian profiles over the past year! We think we've made great progress in 2020/21 with your assistance.

Please could you reply to this message, to let us know if you would like to stay on in the project and if you are happy with your current role and team involvement. If you would like to do something additional or different, take a look on the Australia Project page to see what other options there are.

It would also be great to get any feedback or suggestions that you have to improve the project.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards

Margaret Haining Membership Coordinator

Thanks, Margaret. Yes, I'm happy to continue all I'm doing for another year. Feedback? I like the way 'membership' of the Australia Project means you're doing something beyond your own family to benefit WikiTree's Aussie content. I notice there are some 50 so-called members of the ANZAC Project and I have a feeling that 90% of them are only there because they have an ANZAC in their family. They're not doing anything. Regards, Ken
posted by Kenneth Evans
Hi Kenneth..I see that you and others have edited created a profile about my late father Kenneth Wiiliam Hickey ...sorry but alot of what has been posted is incorrect ...please contact me to update the correct information
posted by Caroline Hickey
G'day Caroline. Just trying to honour our heroes. I do apologise for any errors and would love to correct them asap. Regards, Ken.
posted by Kenneth Evans
Hi Kenneth, I am a little late in congratulating you on this space page. I hope you do not mind, but I attached your space page Australian Nurses of the Vyner Brooke to the World War II project. And all of the nurses profiles as well.

Thank you.

Mary ~ Project Coordinator, World War II

posted by Mary Richardson
Thank you, Mary. My goal, yet unrealised, is to see every one of the 65 nurses connected to the Tree. Regards, Ken
posted by Kenneth Evans
Hi Kenneth,

Thank you for proposing the merge of Elks-32 and Elks-19. I agree that they are the same person. As I don't feel confident doing this myself, I am wondering if you would be so kind to do for me. please. Elks is a file that I have adopted. Many thanks, Margaret Cranley Cranley-15

posted by M. Cranley
Hi Kenneth, I'm working on Suggestion List - Australia and came across the profile below which is crying out for your expert attention. It has been orphaned and at the moment I'm took busy to do work on it. If you have time could you work your magic.

Thanks, Diane Profile: Walter Archibald Irving Hawthorne

posted by Diane Darcy
More than happy to have a go. I agree with you, it is a bit of a mess.
posted by Kenneth Evans
Thank you very much, the profile looks wonderful now, and thank you for updating the profiles of his parents and siblings, you are a gem.

I wish you a very happy Christmas and a happy and healthy 2021. Best wishes, Diane

posted by Diane Darcy
G'day Kenneth

I know you do lots of edits but nevertheless I have a question about this edit of Reginald Henry Winchcombe Gatacre.

Just wondering if there is a source for "where his uncle [Charles Frederick Gataker] had settled (Nanango)." No mention of Nanango on Charles Frederick's profile, but he did live in Saltwater Creek Road, Maryborough.

posted by Veni Joyner
edited by Veni Joyner
Hello Kenneth,

The Australia Project leadership team are carrying out a check-in to see how you are going in the project and especially to thank you for all your work on Australian profiles on WikiTree. We really value your participation.

Please could you get back to me by private message to let me know if you are happy with your current role and team involvement within the project or if you would like to do something additional or different. Currently we have you down as a member of the NSW and Queensland team. If you would like a change, you can check on the Australia Project page to see what other options there are.

It would also be great to hear any feedback and any suggestions that you have to improve the project. On a practical note, if you are a member of the google group, are you receiving messages ok?

I look forward to hearing from you.

Gillian, co-Leader, Australia Project

posted by Gillian Thomas
edited by Gillian Thomas
G'day Gillian. Thanks for the check-in. Yes, definitely happy to happy with the two State teams. Between them, convicts, military, ANZACs, and Second World War, I'm kept out of trouble. I don't do the Google thing, so rely on G2G for information. Regards, Ken
posted by Kenneth Evans
Hi Kenneth

Currently the Australia Project is working on upgrading 'Immigration to Australia' categories to bring them inline with the Wikitree preferred format. Therefore 'Migrants from England to Australia' as a category will be deleted as soon as all profiles have been removed/transferred (Ireland has been completed).

Could you please in future replace it with "Category: Migrants from xxxx to xxxx" (English county to Australian state). The majority of the new categories have been created for most states but if there are any missing please let me know.

Thank you

Amanda Myers (Member of Australia Project)

posted by Amanda Myers
edited by Amanda Myers
Sure, Amanda. Will do. I appreciate the reasoning for the change however, it becomes difficult with the transient nature of Australians who frequently move from State to State. Also for those who may initially land in one State but then relocate within a year or two elsewhere. Regards, Ken
posted by Kenneth Evans
Hi Ken, We have been researching the Reade family tree. In particular, Eric Tertius Reade and his wife Lillian Reade. From my research they had a son named Eric Edward Reade and a daughter named Irene Greene (Reade). Eric Edward Reade married Christina (Gilmartin) Reade. They had a daughter named Lois Christina Reade, with possible surname Rozycki at some point. We noticed you are listed as having updated the information on the Reade family. Are you a relative or have any more information about Lois Christina Reade? Thanks in advance for you message.
posted by J Lewis
Thank you for making contact, J. No, I am not related and have no further information to add to your research. My interest in the family was to honour Boer War veteran, Charles James Reade CB. Regards, Ken
posted by Kenneth Evans
Thanks Ken, appreciate your quick response. All the best. J.
posted by J Lewis
Hi kenneth,

My name is gal and I’m trying to find more information about Harold Ashley Norman! In ww2 Harold and my grandfather switched identities in Lamsdorf. Harold was in the R.A.A.F in squadron 3 and was captured in Egypt! Me and my family are trying to find more information about Harold and about the story between them. Unfortunately both of them passed away. If you have more information about Harold sent me an email! Best regards, Gal bouton.

posted by Gal Bouton
edited by Gal Bouton
Hi Gal!

Thanks for reaching out to Kenneth but you might want to remove your email from your message and have him send a private message or post a comment on your page. Unfortunately, we can get all kinds of things from spam when posting our email.

Thanks, Rhonda ~ WikiTree Greeter

Thanks for making contact, Gal. No, I don't know anything more but may be able to do a little more research. I was primarily building the bio of Aussie writer Nancy Cato who married Eldred. Which of the siblings is your grandfather? Regards, Ken
posted by Kenneth Evans
edited by Kenneth Evans
Thank you for answering! My grandfather’s name is nissim button(bouton) he is not related to Harold. I’m looking for ways to find information about Harold. I know he has a son named Robert ashley Norman And I found his brother’s eldred son bill but I can’t find any contact information of Robert or bill.
posted by Gal Bouton
edited by Gal Bouton
G'day Kenneth

There was already a profile for Mary Postlethwaite before you created another Mary Postlethwaite. I have initiated a merge.

posted by Ro Hull
edited by Ro Hull
Thanks, R. I am sorry for that. I hate it when the suggestions don't include the exact duplicate.
posted by Kenneth Evans
Heya, Ken .. Geoff Raebel has said how great you are :
wonderful wikitreer
Kenneth Evans is a Wonderful WikiTreer.
posted by Melanie Paul
Geoff is very kind. I simply enjoy helping where I can.
posted by Kenneth Evans
Great job on Mall Molesworth's profile. Thank you. Could you please post an answer of some sort on her G2G question, so I can award you credit for your work.
posted by Ben Molesworth
Done, thanks Ben. It has been my privilege to lend a hand.
posted by Kenneth Evans
Hi Ken, when you create a new location (place name) category, could you add at least 50 characters content to avoid a category error. See what I've added to Category:Hamilton, Queensland.

Many thanks!

Margaret Haining, Categories team, Australia Project.

Kenneth I added you to the trusted list for Australia in WW 2 and the space page you wrote.

You might want to check it if I put it in the chronological order. . If there were any images you want on that page, let me know or add them to the Australia page. If you need more help, just ask.


posted by Mary Richardson
Kenneth, every contribution to WikiTree improves the quality of our Shared Tree. The Appreciation Team thanks you for all your efforts by making more than 1,000 contributions during the month of September.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
wonderful wikitreer
Kenneth Evans is a Wonderful WikiTreer.

Congratulations on becoming a G2G Pilot !!

posted by Rubén Hernández
Have you seen this story about that "Remains of long-lost Australian digger Victoria Cross recipient Sam Pearse likely found in Russia" ?
posted by Melanie Paul
Hi Ken

As I have recently taken-on the role as the NSW Team Leader I thought I would just drop a quick note to thank you and to seek your input.

Firstly, I would love to know if there are any areas that you have an interest in looking at. Some of them might already be listed on the Free Space Page: Australia, Project Management - Proposed New Topics.

Secondly, I would love to know how you would prefer to be engaged and kept up-to-date. I would prefer to keep this as simple as possible and generating minimal emails etc. (if you’re like me you already receive too many!). Whatever your preferences are would be fine.

Thanks in advance

Peter, NSW Team Leader

posted by Peter Jones
Kenneth, the Appreciation Team thanks for you for efforts toward making our Shared Tree the best it can be with your 1000+ contributions during August 2019. You are an important part of what we are all about!

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
I have added you to his trusted list and I am glad you are planning to create a suitable biography. I created his profile while reading his biography and am intending to explore his familial connections as there may be a connection via several marriages to my relatives.
posted by Ro Hull
Hi Kenneth!

In July 2019, you made 1000+ contributions to our Shared Tree! I commend for your time and effort. Keep up the great work!

(I also appreciate your contributions to the M&W Project.)

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hello, Ken!

Very well done on your making 1,000 or more contributions to WikiTree in June 2019! We commend and appreciate all of your time and effort in helping to grow and perfect our Shared Tree. Keep up the great work!

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

PS: Love the pic of you receiving the Queen's Badge!

posted by Pip Sheppard