Victoria Lee (Freeth) Majewski

Vicky (Freeth) Majewski

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Vicky L. Majewski formerly Freeth
Born 1970s.
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Daughter of and [private mother (1950s - unknown)]
Sister of [private brother (1980s - unknown)] and [private brother (1980s - unknown)]
Mother of [private son (2000s - unknown)] and [private son (2000s - unknown)]
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Biography

I was born in San Antonio, Texas. Due to my father's job, my family moved on average every 3-4 years while I was growing up. When I was 16, we settled back in Texas. I have a bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Accounting) from Texas A&M University at Kingsville. Immediately after graduation, I went to Australia, got married, and never went home. We have two children.

I have always been interested in my family history, but didn't get really 'serious' until about August 2015. Since then, I've discovered a whole lot and met a whole lot of wonderful distant cousins! Please don't hesitate to contact me if you recognise any of the people in the profiles I've created! I would love to chat with distant cousins and compare notes. Also, bear in mind that what you see here on WikiTree may only be the tip of the iceberg. I've worked hard combing vital records, census lists, newspaper articles, as well as private family collections. I might have more data that you'd be interested to see. So again, please contact me!

I am researching the following surnames/places:

Freeth - Brooklyn, NY and Birmingham, UK
Paduch - Hodrusbanya, Hungary (now Banská Hodruša, Slovakia)
Boehm/Böhm - Breslau, Germany (now Wrocław, Poland)
Camus - Brooklyn, NY; Quebec, France, Russia
Brown - Christiansburg, VA
Dunn(e) - Queens, NY and Ireland
Guilfoyle - Clonmore, Cappancur, Tullamore, County Offaly (Kings), Ireland
Cashin - Killenaule, Ireland
McCormack/Cormack - Kilkooley, Ireland


Vicky's current to-do list

Sources

  • First-hand information. Entered by Victoria Freeth at registration.

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Vicky is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
BAHAI
I am a member of the Baha'i Faith and currently developing a project to manage profiles of notable Baha'is
BOEHM
My great-grandfather's name was Alfred Augustus Oscar Ferdinand Böhm. He changed it to "Boehm" when he arrived in America. He came from Breslau, Germany (now Wrocław, Poland) and settled in Brooklyn, New York.
BOHM
My great-grandfather's name was Alfred Augustus Oscar Ferdinand Böhm. He changed it to "Boehm" when he arrived in America. He came from Breslau, Germany (now Wrocław, Poland) and settled in Brooklyn, New York.
BROWN
The Brown family of Christiansburg, Virginia (USA)
CAMUS
My great-great-grandfather was Eugene Camus of Brooklyn, New York. We know that he was born to French parents living in St. Petersburg, Russia. Would love to know more about his family and why he went to America!
CASHIN
I am descended from the Cashin family of Killenaule, Tipperary, Ireland. Also sometimes spelled "Cashen"
CORMACK
The Cormack family of Kilkooley, Ireland
DUNN
My great-great-grandparents, Christopher and Anne Dunn/e, lived at 51st Avenue in Elmhurst (Queens), New York and had 13 children. They were originally from Phillipstown and Tullamore in Offaly (formerly King's County), Ireland.
DUNNE
My great-great-grandparents, Christopher and Anne Dunne, lived at 51st Avenue in Elmhurst (Queens), New York and had 13 children. They were originally from Phillipstown and Tullamore in Offaly (formerly King's County), Ireland.
ELLERMEYER
My 3x-great-grandparents, Heinrich and Marta Ellermeyer, emigrated from Germany in the early 1870s and settled in Brooklyn, New York. We don't know a whole lot about them.
FREETH
Curator of the Freeth Name Study on WikiTree. My Freeth ancestors are from Birmingham, UK via Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Brooklyn, New York.
GREETERS
WikiTree Greeters Project
GUILFOYLE
I am descended from the Guilfoyle family from Clonmore, Cappancur, Offaly (formerly King's County), Ireland
IRISH_ROOTS
The Irish Roots Project
MCCORMACK
Originally "Cormack"; changed to "McCormack" when my great-great-grandfather arrived in New York during the 1890s.
MENTORS
WikiTree Mentors
PADUCH
My great-grandmother, Anne Marie Paduch, was from Hodrusbanya, Hungary (now Banská Hodruša, Slovakia). Her father's name was Franz, and he had at least 3 wives that we know of.
QUESTION_OF_THE_WEEK
WikiTree G2G "Question Of The Week"
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DNA Connections
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Vicky by comparing test results with other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA. However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line. It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Vicky:

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On 20 Jul 2017 at 22:59 GMT Richard Belanger wrote:

Hi Vicki: Thank you for your interest. I am stumbling along but so far so good. I'm experiencing first encounter syndrome: when next steps or alerts/warnings leave room for interpretation, or I'm somewhat uncertain I have taken reasoned chances and no mistakes, of which I'm aware, have resulted. I'm proceeding slowly.

Cheers

On 19 Jul 2017 at 21:27 GMT Jeff Towers wrote:

Hi Vickie, Many thanks for your help. I have a large tree on ancestry, sync'd to my computer with familytreemaker. I wonder what the best way to share it is. I think ged will lose track of all the evidence (30G's of media) , but so far that seems the best option.

My understanding is that there is a master tree, and I would be surprised if there are not thousands of matching people with it.

Would you have any thoughts or advice?

(Is this the correct way to ask?)

On 18 Jul 2017 at 22:20 GMT Gladys (Canady) Pierce wrote:

Thanks Vicky for the Invite!

On 18 Jul 2017 at 22:07 GMT Bomps Bompa wrote:

Thank you Vicky for checking in with the new guy. Karen Tobo was kind enough to leave me a link for some starter information.

1st day on the site and I already learned my ancestors emigrated from England and immigrated to Canada - but they just really 'migrated' LOL

On 18 Jul 2017 at 17:42 GMT Diane (Parrish) Sparks wrote:

Thank you for the welcome. I am just tooling around learning the system right now.

On 18 Jul 2017 at 16:22 GMT PJ Behrman wrote:

Thank you for the warm welcome here. So far so good. I will be sure to ask once I get myself set up and able to upload gedcom.

On 18 Jul 2017 at 15:57 GMT Victor Longhorn wrote:

Hi Vicky, Thanks for your message. I'm just easing myself in slowly. I uploaded my gedcom from Ancestry, but it was far too large. I deleted about 1000 people from it that I hadn't made a direct connection to, but it is still too large, so I am in the process of splitting my tree into several parts, which might take some time. Then I will upload them one at a time. I have an Ancestry DNA test, and am waiting for a Y-DNA test to reach FTDNA. I will upload them when I have sorted out the gedcom trees. Best wishes, Vic Longhorn.

On 18 Jul 2017 at 12:29 GMT Jonathan Olsson wrote:

Hello Vicky, Thank you for your message. I do have one question; Is there a way to disable the warnings for multiple first names? The swedish naming system doesn't normally use middle names but rather an arbitrary number of first names.

On 18 Jul 2017 at 09:35 GMT Sean McNulty wrote:

Hello Vicky, I'm just waiting for my GEDCOM file to be uploaded so I can start uploading documents to the people I've already researched on other websites. How long will it take before my family tree shows up and I can get to work? Thank you for messaging and your assistance :-)

On 18 Jul 2017 at 09:21 GMT Bernadette Lynch wrote:

Hi Vickie, thanks for checking in on me. Just started and made a load of mistakes already. I have my work cut out trying to sort it. Sleepless nights and buckets of coffee ahead , but still enjoying it completely.

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