Profiles on WikiTree that I need to research
|Herrick-23||2 Silence Herricks, same area, same time|
|Putnam-86||Salem MA Witchcraft|
|Burton-1963||Salem MA Witchcraft|
|Keigwin-3||Need to research New England ancestry|
|Shreffler-13||Connect to Rambo-198 and generally research|
|Jones-12972||Confirm Don Heider connection of Thomas to Jones-28042|
|Armstrong-4747||Was his grandfather really McMordie-15?|
|Skipwith-11||Research her descendants|
|Boynton-9||update royal line removed|
|Bartlett-1867||update royal line removed|
|Clapp-797||update royal line removed|
|Lothrop-3||update royal line removed|
|Parke-9||update royal line removed|
|Porter-152||update royal line removed|
|Scott-217||update royal line removed|
|Carpenter-19||update royal line removed|
|Kimball-138||update royal line removed|
|House-36||update royal line removed|
|Newberry-18||update royal line removed|
|Allyn-12||update royal line removed|
|Davis-941||update royal line removed|
|Baldwin-264||update royal line removed|
|Hutchinson-200||update royal line removed|
|Hutchinson-201||update royal line removed|
|Cutler-197||shows royal lines, not a known gateway ancestor|
|Flint-115||update royal line removed|
|Parke-6||update royal line removed|
|Parke-112||update royal line removed|
|Curtiss-28||update royal line removed|
|Curtis-333||update royal line removed|
|Palmer-70||update royal line removed|
|Thayer-20||update royal line removed|
|Broomall-25||Is this David Regester's wife?|
|Regester-42||Research David Regester, wife Lydia Broomall|
|Yonges-8||update royal line removed|
Hereditary Society Memberships
|Ancient & Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts||site||wiki||via a line to Roger Clapp|
|Descendants of the Knights of the Garter, College of St. George, Windsor Castle||site||wiki||via a line submitted to the College of Arms. The line goes through gateway ancestor Anne Skipwith to William de Willoughby, 5th Lord Willoughby de Eresby, KG|
|Augustan Society||site||wiki||Genealogy Committee|
|General Society, Sons of the Revolution||site||wiki||via lines to Joseph Junkin, II, Abner Avery Jr., and Alexander Wilson|
|General Society of Mayflower Descendants||site||wiki||via a line to Edward Fuller, his wife Anne, and their son Samuel Fuller|
|The Swedish Colonial Society||site||wiki||via a line to Peter Gunnarson Rambo|
|Bloodlines of Salem||site||wiki||via two lines to Joseph Hutchinson|
|Winthrop Society||site||wiki||via a line to Matthew Allyn and gateway ancestor Margaret Wyatt|
|National Society, Sons of the American Revolution||site||wiki||via a line to George Peterson|
Lines submitted that are under review
- With the National Society, Sons of the American Revolution (site ,wiki) lines to Oakey Vanosdol and Benjamin Clap
- With the General Society of Colonial Wars (site,wiki), a line to Joseph Sherman
Longer term project
A longer term project I am working on is the Eyestone family tree. The bulk of the work done to date is captured in the book by J Bruce Eyestone and the later family tree by Don Heider. Both are wonderful and provide a great road map. Don's work is more up to date as he made some corrections to Bruce's book. The shortcoming for both Don and Bruce's work is that they don't provide their sources. I have been in touch with Don and he and his research colleague have donated their collection of proofs to me so that I can continue their work. The good news is that Don and his colleague gathered proofs over 35 years and have left an incredible treasure of information. The bad news is there are a few hundred pounds of paper to be scanned, reviewed, tagged, checked, double checked, etc.
Academically, I'm a fourth generation graduate of Wooster (via Dr. Robert G. Shreffler, Laura Peterson, and Guy Sharp Peterson, class of 1908) and I completed my graduate work at the University of Chicago. I also completed a post-graduate program at INSEAD, in Fontainebleau, France.
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On 18 Jun 2018 at 00:17 GMT April (Dellinger) Dauenhauer wrote:
I'm working on my Quaker ancestors, and remembered that you added "Questionable Gateway Ancestors" category to Margaret (Halsnode) Denne.
Margaret's husband John Denn is on the Passenger and Immigration Lists Index for New Jersey, 1678, and they are in subsequent Quaker records.
They arrived too late to fit the criteria for Richardson's Magna Carta Ancestry. Margaret is listed in Vol 1, page 166 of Pedigrees of some of Emporer Charlemagne's Descendants by Orton and Beard, and on page 569, 2006 edition of The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants by Gary Boyd Roberts. There is also a TAG article John and Margaret (Holdsnode) Denne of Salem County New Jersey With Her Descent from the Feudal Baron Gilbert Peche, by Col. Charles M. Hansen, U.S.A. (Retd.) F.A.S.G. Vol. 68 (1993), page 194, 195. Do you think they are mistaken? I examined the TAG record carefully and cannot see a flaw, but I'm lacking the experience you have.
I want to include Margaret in the book I'm putting together for my descendants and want it to be as accurate as possible. Please let me know what is the reason she would be questionable.
Thank you very much for your time.
On 17 Sep 2017 at 18:15 GMT Pat (Hazeltine) Booker wrote:
Pat Booker Dorking, Surrey England Family Tree DNA tested.
On 11 Sep 2016 at 14:07 GMT Jillaine Smith wrote:
On 14 Aug 2016 at 14:58 GMT Alycia Keating wrote:
On 1 Jun 2016 at 17:58 GMT Deborah (Hoffman) Weiner wrote:
On 26 Jan 2016 at 14:40 GMT Maggie N. wrote:
Just wanted to update you (-:
On 26 Jan 2016 at 14:39 GMT Maggie N. wrote:
On 11 Nov 2015 at 22:28 GMT Christopher Wright wrote:
None the less, I've wrung my Pierces pretty hard and it sure looks to me as if we are strongly connected the MC although direct ancestry does jump back and forth between males and females.
But I have been around long enough that 'too easy' often means 'not right'. It only takes a small error. I do have a couple page synopsis of my findings that I would appreciate a knowledgeable person to look at and advise.
Thanks for anything you can do, My wikitree genealogy needs updating so this would be the easier way.
On 31 May 2015 at 09:09 GMT Trudy Roach wrote:
On 31 May 2015 at 08:58 GMT Trudy Roach wrote: