I am interested in communicating with
anyone who shares the same ancestors.
Here is my family tree.Ancestors
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Family Trees: Started on Ancestry: private trees-big learners curve. Moved here with poor sources. Found FamilySearch has free sources (need checking). Access to MyHeritage but hardly use. Submitting edits to FindAGrave as needed.
Project Activity: Slow paced not focusing on competition; Starting with my watchlist; Adopting Orphans; Helping with small tasks as they present themselves.
There are many surnames I want to explore, however, WikiTree has a limit on the quantity of One Name Studies. This I can understand since it is difficult to have time to do justice to a surname study. Here are links to g2g posts for the names I chose:
Pat, the daughter of Mel and Helen Fuller, was born in the early 1950s in Moline, Illinois.
Researching ancestors of my Parents:
My father descended from two Mayflower passengers named FULLER. He was a typographer as far back as I can remember.
My mother's family were farmers but she called those Weavers "a WILD bunch".
My first marriage was to a Sweeney who married a James, some say a distant cousin to Jesse. The Babcocks and Stewart lines are paternal ancestors of one of my grandaughters.
The children of Pat and her first husband, Woodrow, are related to some people through both of their parents. For details see: Fuller and Sweeney Common Ancestors
Cleaned 71 profiles placing 10th out of 15 team members.
Pat (Fuller) Credit participated 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.
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: