Cleaned 71 profiles placing 10th out of 15 team members.
Pat (Fuller) Credit is participating with Anywherers I during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon, correcting Team totals I 1080 and II 1385 totaling 2465 and personally 319 which is more than 4 times more than last year's 71. suggestions.
Using categories to more efficiently manage my family tree and my adopted previously "orphaned" trees. Adding free space sources to the Source categories. Using/maintaining locations starting with those that affect my trees and then branching out from there.
My 7th GGP, John Fuller and Mehitable Rowley, were both descended from Edward Fuller. John was descended from both Mayflower passengers, Samuel (his father) and Edward (his GF). John's wife, Mehitable, was the granddaughter of Matthew, Edward's son. Matthew's daughter, Elizabeth was Mehitable's mother.
Pat Credit's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Pat or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
Pat (Fuller) Credit:
Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test Full Sequence, haplogroup U4a1a, FTDNA kit #470776
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Pat:
Unfortunately, I do not actually possess much resources aside from my pedigree chart. It is, for the time being, the only source I have to offer. I believe I have done my best in following this site's guidelines for writing a source.
Pat, I made the change on James Lewis Freeman’s preferred name from James to Lewis after obtaining a photo of his gravestone - J. Lewis Freeman. I also talked with one of my cousins who is also one of his granddaughters. Her memory is that he was referred to as Lewis.
Thank you for your comments. My intention was to fix data error(s) and also improve the inline sourcing while I was on the Charity Perkins profile. As J wrote below, "I think it’s more a matter of style than policy and as you’re the profile manager I’ll leave it to you".
I’m not understanding why that data should be left in when I re-wrote it in the new biography - the only difference is how the information was presented. Geni was still left in the sources. Anyway, I think it’s more a matter of style than policy and as you’re the profile manager I’ll leave it to you :)