Nanette (Gahn) PezzuttiHonor Code Signatory
Signed 2 Jun 2015 | 162053 contributions | 3952 thank-yous | 1902 connections
Born in NJ USA. Married for over 35 years to PAP. Two children.
My "Nana", Edna Moore, was orphaned at a young age. Indirectly, she was responsible for my start in genealogy. Near the time she died in 1972, I was given an extensive family tree from my mother's New England Perkins side of my family. So I asked my father about his family, but he did not even know Nana's parents' names. Apparently, Nana did not know, either, complicated by the fact that her father (and his brother, I later learned) used nicknames in the family. I set my goal in genealogy to be to "get all my ancestral lines out of the USA", as Nana was supposed to be first generation Irish from both parents. I am still working on this goal, almost fifty years later! Gahn-22
Personal copies of my NJ birth certificate, baptism & confirmation certificates in the Episcopal Church, NJ marriage record both NJ and church, children's birth records.
As of July 26, 2019, I am within 10 "steps" of these US Presidents (my top 5):
NOTE: The new Connection Finder, check in July 2021, has my US Presidential connections as 1) Van_Buren-1; 2) Garfield-39; 3) Coolidge-13; 4) Nixon-22; 5) Hays-229, while Chester Arthur-49 has slid to 9th place.
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Nanette is 19 degrees from Robert Beheathland, 20 degrees from Bartholomew Gosnold, 17 degrees from Thomas Graves, 18 degrees from Anne Laydon, 23 degrees from Alice Longe, 19 degrees from Samuel Mathews, 23 degrees from Christopher Newport, 20 degrees from John Smith, 17 degrees from Nathaniel Tatum, 18 degrees from Temperance West, 19 degrees from Francis Wyatt and 18 degrees from Valerie Penner on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.
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Hi Nanette. Thanks for your efforts in improving our shared tree.
Nanette, thanks for your efforts to improve our shared tree.
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Great work on the March 2022 Sourcerers Challenge! Thank you for improving our tree.
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Sandy and I have been getting ready for take off!!! She set us up a Discord Channel so we can communicate with each other about our Project and I have been trying to recruit more people and updating our page.
I added a link to a spreadsheet that we can use to track our progress. I am also going to add a shareable one for those who want to make it a joint effort.
Here is the link to our Discord channel https://discord.gg/5yUSzTD8
Let me know if you want added to the group spreadsheet.
Tried to get on this Discord channel today with no success. I can get on other channels. Got a suggestion for me? Did I wait too long to join? Thanks for your help.
She responded and said gib]be you this link and let us know if it works please. https://discord.gg/pjZQJAkk
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Thanks for participating with the Sourcers in February!
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Nan, WikiTree Appreciation Team
I still wanna edit it some but it’s up! I think you will be able edit it.
It’s Pam from the WikiTree Facebook Group. If I hear anything I’ll let you know. I’m gonna set up,a group for us to communicate and track our progress.
I did put my name in with FamilySearch.org to be an indexer for the 1950 census. I did it for the 1940, and found it interesting. WikiTree people could be recognized as a group, I think, if we register with them, somehow. Could be a good relationship.
Congratulations on adding sources to 24 profiles during the January Sourcerers Challenge! Thank you for improving the health of our One Tree.
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Thank you for contributing to the December 2021 Sourcerers Challenge! As you know, every source added to an unsourced profile improves our One Tree. Thank you for taking time from your own family history to help others.
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And congratulations on taking 3rd place!
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edited by Nanette (Gahn) Pezzutti
Anna Louise (Kuster) Hardacre is my direct ancestor. Is that also true for you?
No known relation. I'm just a "Sourcerer" - love to try to find documentation for our trees. Good luck with your research. -NGP
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I would like to continue with the 1776 project. My research can help others with NSDAR inquiries.
Thanks! Great job!
So basically I will have two Josiah Bennett, father and son, "These records list the Josiah Bennett who married Abigail Graves to be the son of the Josiah Bennett who married Hannah Ross". I don't usually do this but I will give the father suffix I, the son suffix II.