Connie Graham
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Connie Graham

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Connie D. Graham
Born 1940s.
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Daughter of [private father (1920s - 2000s)] DNA confirmed and [private mother (1910s - 1980s)] DNA confirmed
Sister of [private sister (1940s - unknown)] and [private sister (1950s - unknown)]
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Biography

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Descendant of absolutely nobody of any importance.

Constance Dale Graham was born on Sep 5, 1946 in Camden, New Jersey, United States, daughter of David Graham and June Johnson

Her siblings were:

Connie married Poul Hertel.

Sources

  • Virginia, Marriage Records, 1936-2014 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
  • Virginia Department of Health; Richmond, Virginia; Virginia Marriages, 1936-2014; Roll: 100774321
  • U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by a Family Tree DNA Family Finder test match between Connie Graham and her paternal aunt Dolly Graham. Their most-recent common ancestors are William Haines Graham and Oceania Doernbach, grandparents of Connie Graham and parents of Dolly Graham. Predicted relationship from FTDNA: Niece/Aunt, based on sharing 1685 cM across 188 segments.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by a Family Tree DNA Family Finder test match between Connie Graham and her paternal cousin John Bonello. Their most-recent common ancestor is William Haines Graham, grandfather of Connie Graham and John Bonello. Predicted relationship from FTDNA: 1st Cousin - 2nd Cousin , based on sharing 515 cM across 90 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by a GEDmatch test match between Connie Graham GEDmatch T008538 and her maternal first cousin once removed Amanda Smith GEDmatch T529485. Their most-recent common ancestors are Joseph Andrew Johnson and Elizabeth (Lego) Johnson, grandparents ofConnie Graham and great grandparents of Amanda Smith. Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 3.1, based on sharing 632829 cM across 14 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by a Family Tree DNA Family Finder test match between Connie Graham and her maternal second cousin once removed Bennett Gordon Quamme. Their most-recent common ancestors are Ole Andreas Jonsen and Britta Larsdotter, great grandparents of Connie Graham and great great grandparents of Bennett Gordon Quamme. Predicted relationship from FTDNA: second cousin once removed, based on sharing 144 cM across 13 segments.

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Hi Connie,

I appreciate your interest in adding an estimated death date to the profile of Marie Constance Aseline Lanclos; however I would ask that you please provide your source for this information. If she died in 1853, but her husband remarried in 1848, that implies she must have divorced her husband. Do you have some evidence of this? And is there evidence showing that the Drausin Breaux who married Marie Bordeloche is the same person as the Drausin who married Azeline Lanclos? Without evidence, I will be removing the unsourced death info. Thanks!

You are conflating profiles. Please review Alexander (Mackenzie) Mackenzie Ist of Lentran (abt.1680-). His daughter cannot be Anne (Mackenzie) MacRae (abt.1685-1725) as you changed it.
Thank you for participating in the December 2023 USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 6214 profiles. We created a total of 46,036 profiles for the year. We met our 2023 goal of 250k profiles and finished out the year with 168,195!

You can see your personal 2023 total and your all time 2021-2023 total on the 2023 tab here: our tracking spreadsheet.

Check out our new 1880 Census Project. We’d love everyone’s help in 2024.

Hi Connie,

This is the time for the annual 2024 check in with members of the Military and War Project. Have you been active during the last six months in the Military and War Project? Note that it is a requirement to respond to the Military and War Project Check-ins. Please respond to this message by clicking the reply button below this message, to post your answer. I look forward to hearing from you..

Many thanks,

Mary, Project Coordinator, Military & War

posted by Mary Richardson
I have worked mostly on revolutionary, 1812, and civil war profiles (specifically Andersonville pows), with one Viet Nam war profile.
posted by Connie Graham
Thank you Connie for checking in. I am marking you as active. Mary.
posted by Mary Richardson
Hi Connie, I wish you a very Merry Christmas and a marvelous New Year.

The Annual US Civil War January Challenge is to connect US Civil War Soldiers for the January Connect-a-Thon. This year will be a twist of what I usually do. Instead of you choosing a "Surname Letter", you will be choosing from a block of soldiers whom I've already screened that show they have family to connect. Each soldier has a connection to one or more of his immediate family--parents, siblings, spouses, children, on their profile. Whether you work on one soldier or your whole block of soldiers, it's one step closer in our goal to connect each of our US Civil War Soldiers. The goal is to make sure all these soldiers are connected at least by one or two degrees. You can sign up now by clicking this link: US Civil War Sign-up Chart

posted by Pam Kreutzer
Thank you for participating in the October 2023 USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 3315 profiles.
25 Profiles
Connie Graham created 30 new profiles during the October 2023 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.
Thank you for participating in the September 2023 USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 2322 profiles. Our new total is 242,774!
25 Profiles
Connie Graham created 43 new profiles during the September 2023 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.
Connie, I expect this to be a longshot - dead end. In my Mother's papers I have a postcard Circa 1941 addressed to Miss Billie Mordon but with no address or stamp.

My Mother (Haynes-3454) does say "Met Peg Korner (K umlaut) in Melbourne"

Just trying a long shot. I'm the little guy in the pic. Thanks for getting this far. (Geoff) Raebel-2

posted by Geoffrey Raebel
Hi Connie, Thank you for participating in the March-April POW’s who Died in Andersonville Prison Challenge, there were 25 members who contributed to the Challenge. At the beginning of the challenge there were 137 Profiles created, we are now at 1,645 profiles.
Connie Graham created 45 soldier profiles in March-April 2023 US Civil War Project POW Died in Andersonville Prison Challenge.

Connie thank you for this challenge, it has been interesting to record these soldiers, and I hope our new space page: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:POW%27s_Who_Died_in_Andersonville_Prison will be a success and that all those men will have a profile on Wiki.

Thank you again for creating the Challenge and being a co-manager of the space page.

posted by Pam Kreutzer
For a future challenge (using the same Template), you might want to feature a prison for confederate POWs such as Woodlawn in Elmira New York...

https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/66791/memorial-search?firstname=&middlename=&lastname=&cemeteryName=Woodlawn+National+Cemetery&birthyear=&birthyearfilter=&deathyear=1864&deathyearfilter=&memorialid=&mcid=&linkedToName=&datefilter=&orderby=r&plot=&page=5#sr-357563

How about a Memorial Day Weekend Challenge? North and South Cemeteries.

posted by Connie Graham
edited by Connie Graham
Hi Connie, I added that the challenge will continue throughout April.
posted by Pam Kreutzer
Pam, I found a very useful resource of Civil War information: although it is commercial, it is free.

https://civilwardata.com/active/product.html

posted by Connie Graham
Hi, I really like that site you've shared. Thank you.
posted by Pam Kreutzer
Hi Connie, Could you check out the Challenge Page, under Edit, I changed the Table format for members entries. I'm wondering if this format would be easier then how it was previously. Thank you.
posted by Pam Kreutzer
edited by Pam Kreutzer
Pam, see the example. (If people choose more than one letter). Looks good otherwise.
posted by Connie Graham
That works, although it looks like you've given me more profiles to do  :) [I think I'll leave it as you have it, gives a good example]. Did you see how many soldiers died and were buried there? at least 13,000, I figured we'd leave the challenge for the whole month (almost 5 weeks), if it looks like we need to we could extend it into April, since it's a Connect-a-Thon month and I wasn't going to put a regular Challenge out for April.
posted by Pam Kreutzer
The link does not allow you to select the letter of the alphabet now.

FAG Andersonville National Cemetery

It would be better to use this link

https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/32522/memorial-search

posted by Connie Graham
Thank you Connie, I replaced the Link.
posted by Pam Kreutzer
Hi Connie, thank you for participating in the KIA at the Battle of Shiloh Challenge for February. There were 510 Soldier profiles created.
Connie Graham created 48 soldier profiles in the February 2023 US Civil War Project KIA at the Battle of Shiloh Challenge.

Also, thank you for creating the March Challenge for Andersonville Prison.

posted by Pam Kreutzer
edited by Pam Kreutzer
Thank you for participating in the January 2023 USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 6960 profiles. It was one of our biggest months of all time! Our new total is 174,667.

All first-time participants in 2023 can add the 2023 participant sticker to their profile. Connecting Challenge Stickers

We’ve started the February challenge here: February Connecting Challenge.

100 Profiles
Connie Graham created 107 new profiles during the January 2023 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Thank you so much for signing up with the Toddlin' Tortoises in the January 2023 Connect-a-Thon. We may be slower than many, but we are all still winners!
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posted by Melanie Paul
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Thank you for participating!

Thank you Connie for participating in the US Civil War Challenge. You completed 50 profiles during the January Connect-a-Thon. There were 27 of us who signed up for the Challenge, completing 6,480 profiles.

The US Civil War February Challenge will be to create profiles for those soldiers who died during the Battle of Shiloh on the 7th and 8th of April 1862. If you're interested in joining another challenge, check out the US Civil War Challenge Page on February 1st.

Thank you again. Pam

posted by Pam Kreutzer
Thank you for participating in the 2022 USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us reach 161,603 profiles! We’re going for 250,000 profiles in 2023!

You can see your 2022 total and your all time 2021-2022 total on our tracking spreadsheet.

Emma

Good day,

Thanks for all your help!

posted by M McFly
M. McFly, it is my pleasure to be of help!
posted by Connie Graham
Hi Connie, I hope you've been doing well this year. I've posted a new Challenge for the January 13th to 16th Connect-a-Thon. The Challenge is for members to work on US Civil War Soldiers again. If your interested here is a link to the Challenge Page: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:US_Civil_War_Project_Monthly_Challenges_Page

Here's the link to the G2G question: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1506578/us-civil-war-january-2023-challenge

I Hope you'll join the fun.

posted by Pam Kreutzer
Hi Connie, this category needs a parent category or categories, as it's not connected to the category structure. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:African_Canadians

Thanks for your help, regards, Margaret, Categorization Project volunteer.

Hello Connie!

I noticed that you're working on pre-1700-era profiles. This is just a reminder that certifying to work on these types of profiles means that you agree to add valid sources as outlined in the Pre-1700 Certification Quiz.

If you need help with this, our G2G Forum is a great place to start. You can get there by clicking the link on the Help menu.

Thanks!

Gill

posted by Gill Whitehouse
Hi Connie,

Thank you for replying to the Great War Project July 2022 check in (subproject of the Military and War Project). I have marked you as active.

You had a question on how to track them. If you put the sticker on them, and Save your entry (Full Save update changes), the sticker should add World War I as a category, which displays down at the bottom of the profile. If you had added a unit served, that will also show as a category. NOTE that will show as World War I, even if you entered it as Great War template.

I did a search and am posting this Category page for World War I for you. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:World_War_I On this page it first lists the categories if the person was Prisoner of War, WW I, Died in Service, WW I, Killed in Action, WW I, THEN it shows the people who served in WW I BUT lists them by country they are from, then World War I. (A lot of countries participated in that war).

also if they were generals, or pilots etc, you can even add that category.

Hope this helps you.

Mary, Project Coordinator, Military and War Project

posted by Mary Richardson
edited by Mary Richardson
Mary, thank you for this response. I understand the function of categories and stickers, but do not understand how I can track my particular contributions by project.
posted by Connie Graham
It is time for a July 2022 check in for the Great War Project. I am sending this message on the behalf of the leader of the Military and War Project. Have you been active in the Great War project in the last six months?

Please note that it is a requirement for membership in the Military and War Project that you respond to these check-ins. To make bookkeeping easier, just click Reply to this message on your own page, add your reply, then SAVE or post reply. I look forward to hearing from you..

Thanks,

Mary~ Project Coordinator, Military and War Project

posted by Mary Richardson
I have created some profiles for soldiers during the Great War (and other wars) in the past six months, but my problem with being on projects is that I do not know how to attribute profiles I have created to a project so that I can "report" on them. I do use stickers and categories, though. Shall I create a spreadsheet?
posted by Connie Graham
edited by Connie Graham
Hello Connie,

Recently I sent you a PM inviting you to begin the Profile Improvement Project Voyage. Since I haven't heard from you I thought perhaps the message was lost. Please let me know if you are still interested in taking the Voyage.

Regards,

Robin

posted by Robin (Dodge) Shaules
Yes I am interested, but do not want to use Discord for communications.
posted by Connie Graham
Hi Connie, thanks for getting back to me. I will send you a personal message..
posted by Robin (Dodge) Shaules
Taylor-24072 Mary (Taylor) Hawkins (abt. 1760 - 1848)

Per comments Assuming that Mary Molly Taylor was indeed born in 1760, then it is highly unlikely that William Taylor's apparent 2nd wife Elizabeth was her mother as she would only have been 11 years old when Mary was born. Sarah Scruggs seems to be more likely to be Mary's mother. posted 12 days ago by DM Finch

posted by Candy (Burns) Elkins
Connie, Thank you for joining the June USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 3238 new profiles. Our new total is 113066. We have less than 37000 to our 2022 goal!
25 Profiles
Connie Graham created 34 new profiles during the June 2022 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Hi Connie, We don't create profiles for enslaved people unless we have at least a first name. Here is the help page for unnamed slaves: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Documenting_Unnamed_Enslaved_Persons Thanks, Emma
Connie, Thanks so much for being part of the Toddlin' Tortoises Team for the 2nd 2022 Connect-a-Thon back in April. Every well-constructed profile added helps to grow a healthier Tree!
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posted by Melanie Paul
Connie, Thank you for joining the May USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 3182 new profiles. Our new total is 107702. We have less than 43000 to our 2022 goal!

All first-time participants can add the participant sticker to their profile. Connecting Challenge Stickers

We’ve started the June challenge here: June Connecting Challenge.

50 Profiles
Connie Graham created 66 new profiles during the May 2022 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Greetings from the Military and War Project. We are doing the six month check-in with members.. Have you been active in the last six months? Please note that it is a requirement for membership in the Military and War Project that you respond to these check-ins. To make bookkeeping easier, just click Reply to this message on your own page, add your reply, then SAVE. I look forward to hearing from you..

Many thanks,

Mary~ Project Coordinator, Military and War Project

posted by Mary Richardson
Mary, I have absolutely been active in the last six months. participated in a connect a thon concerning Civil war Unconnected. Mostly my efforts have been individual. When I see a veteran, I place the appropriate badges,etc.
posted by Connie Graham
Thank you Connie for replying to the Military and War check in. The stickers. It covers Civil War, Great War, WW II, Korean Conflict, Vietnam and War of 1812... i marked you ACTIVE.

Mary

posted by Mary Richardson
edited by Mary Richardson
Thanks for your response.

What is your connection to Bedell?

posted by Robert Bedell III
None. I discovered some Northern Bedells that I was trying to link together. In New York, as I recall . I was looking up the Pearson Bedell connection. Again, no relation ;I go off on wild tangents....

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Pearsall-956

posted by Connie Graham
Connie,

Did you change William Harry Bedell to William R. Bedell. William Harry Bedell was my Great Grandfather. Son was Robert Watson Bedell, I am Robert Watson Bedell III, grandson of Robert Watson Bedell

posted by Robert Bedell III
Sorry about that! The POW references and Family Search Profile all point to William Harry https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/LTWP-VG5

I don't remember why I changed the profile name. I changed it back.

posted by Connie Graham
Hi Connie, I removed the African-American sticker you added to Prince Hall because we don't use it when the Project Box is on a managed profile. It's redundant. When we count our profiles for USBH, we add the profiles with the sticker plus the profiles with the project box. Thanks! Emma
Connie, Thank you joining the US Civil War Challenge, I believe during the Connect-a-Thon Weekend, we connected 456 soldiers. The 23 members who participated did a combined 4,134 profiles during the Thon. Thank you again. Pam
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Thank you for participating!
posted by Pam Kreutzer
In the course of doing this, I found several more new soldiers, ( usually brothers)! However, I did not remove the "needs connection" stickers, so I still have much to learn.
posted by Connie Graham
Hi Connie, your not the only one who didn't remove the category: US Civil War Needs Connection, I went through ALL of them yesterday and removed the category from all the profiles that had someone connected to them, some I put into the Needs Profiles Created category, when there maybe was only a child added. It's easy to forget when your busy creating profiles, for me, I removed the category first before I proceeded to create their family. Found out I had to go back otherwise and do that :) Thank you again for being in the Challenge. Pam
posted by Pam Kreutzer
Connie,

Thank you for the improvements you made to the profile of General John Shalikashvili. The table and photo were nice additions. Feel free to add whatever you like to his profile. I would like it to reflect how wonderful a man he was. Nancy

posted by Nancy Thomas
Hello Connie,

During the winter, the Nordic Project performed check-ins, sent as a private message from your profile. You are one of those members who has not replied, and this is a last chance to get in touch and let me know if you like to continue as member in the Nordic Project.

Please answer this comment, and get in touch by sending me a private message. If we have not heard from you within a month you will be removed from the Nordic google group and your badge will be removed.

If you have not received any check-in emails, you might want to check that your email adress for WikiTree is one you actually still use.

Thank you!

Missy Berryann Co-Leader, Nordic Project

posted by Missy Berryann
Yes Missy, I am still interested.
posted by Connie Graham
Hi, here's a link to a US Civil War Project Challenge you might be interested in: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1392544/us-civil-war-between-the-states-project-april-2022-challenge
posted by Pam Kreutzer
I'd love to, but I abhor Discord, and I am not a chat person. Is there a place for a curmudgeon on the challenge?
posted by Connie Graham
I don't do Discord or chat, I don't like them either. I sign up with The Mighty Oaks, and they never push me to go on anything. I'm sure whatever team you feel comfortable with wouldn't push you either. Pam
posted by Pam Kreutzer
Hi Connie, I just wanted to thank you for all the work you've done to improve the US Civil War Between the States Project. I'm doing a check-in with all project members and wanted to verify that you're still interested in being a member of the project. Also, any suggestions for the Project would be welcome. I'm looking forward to hearing from you.

P Kreutzer, US Civil War Between the States Project Leader.

posted by Pam Kreutzer
I am interested in remaining as a member.
posted by Connie Graham
Connie, glad to know your staying with us. If you like to put a sticker on your profile, visit the project page under Stickers for Personal Profile.
posted by Pam Kreutzer
Thanks Connie for your work on Peter Haldeman (Haldeman-118) and family! Are you related or just a data doctor? It appears that you've used a family tree as a source, which of course will need to be improved with primary sources. If you are related, I'd be glad to transfer management to you.

Cheers! Beth

posted by Beth (Brown) Golden
Beth;

Not related at all, strange story is that I was trying to fill in Elon Musk's family tree, and stumbled on the Haldemans. Peter's father Jacob is a documented Patriot in the DAR and NSAR databases. If you can connect to him, you are eligible for membership in those groups. Take a look at Jacob's page, his will references Peter quite a lot

posted by Connie Graham
Okay. I've many men among my ancestors who would qualify me for joining the DAR, etc. :D I believe that the out of wedlock relationship which produced my great grandfather was non-consensual as the Haldeman family was never talked about in my Turney family. It wasn't until about 60 years ago that I learned of the circumstances of Isaac's beginning.

Thanks again!

posted by Beth (Brown) Golden
Well look at this: Connie and Shelley are 24th cousins three times removed!
posted by Shelley Murphy
It is a pleasure to be your cousin, Shelley!
posted by Connie Graham
Hello Connie, thank you for what you are doing keeping up with Benjamin O. Davis Sr page. I have taken on his father, Louisa P. Davis and grandfather (Benjamin B. Davis). My interest is not only to honor this men but also to see if I personally connect to this Davis line. There is oral history through my grandmother Irene Arlington Davis, that they were cousins. I am trying to locate the plantation where the Davis family was enslaved (in Frederick Co. VA) So the research continues... Thank you again!
posted by Shelley Murphy
Hi Connie,

The United Kingdom Project has not been active since 2018 and we are now completely closing it down. We are removing all UK project badges. If you still have an interest in the UK and have not already joined another project, then you will need to join the England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales Project by answering one or more of their G2G posts. If your interest is in the British Isles and British Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories, then please contact me directly.

Regards Joan

Hallo

Ich habe zufällig die Hochzeit von Niki Laudas Großeltern gefunden. Vielleicht finde ich in den nächsten Tagen noch etwas mehr. Viele Grüße Karl Hofer

posted by Karl Hofer
edited by Karl Hofer
Hello

I found Niki Lauda's grandparents' wedding by accident. Maybe I'll find something more in the next few days. Kind regards Karl Hofer

posted by Connie Graham
Hi,

The Germany Project Leaders are doing their semi-annual check-in with all project members and we want to verify that you’re still interested in being a member of the Project. Please respond by private message and let me know.

REMINDERS: (1) We use Google Groups for project collaboration and you aren’t yet a member of the group, please submit a join request here (make sure to add your name/WikiTree ID to the request). (2) I see you've added German_Roots (our old project name) to your G2G tags, you should also add GERMANY to your followed G2G tags so you don't miss any discussions in G2G (see: Help:Tags#How_to_follow_tags Help:Tags).

Are you currently working with one of our Sub-projects or Teams? If not, take a look at our main Project page for a full list. We recently launched a new Profile Improvement Team and are seeking new team members. Let me know if you’re interested.

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all your hard work. If you have any questions, please ask. We would also love to hear any feedback you may have for the project.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Traci ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Traci - I am trying to pare down my list of projects. You can take me off the list of members.
posted by Connie Graham
Thanks Connie! You're welcome to re-join any time!
posted by Traci Thiessen
I sure wish WikiTree would "lock" a profile while I am merging it. You were able to merge it during the same time that I was merging, and writing the new bio in the text box. When I saved, all of my typing was lost.
posted by Janne (Shoults) Gorman
I am so sorry for this- very frustrating for you, I know.
posted by Connie Graham
Hi

My name is Sarah and I’m the new Project Leader for The Native Americans Project. This is your project check-in letter. I would love to hear back from you about your current Native American research interests and project related activity.

Thank you,

Sarah Mason, NA Project Leader

posted by Sarah Mason
I would like to join the Dean(e) project. My grandmother was a Dean and we are descended from Ezra Dean (1650-1727). In 1820, my branch moved to Iowa when Hiram Lucius Dean married Marion Elizabeth Prouty.
posted by Charles Bash
Charles,I just saw/noticed this, I can add you to the trusted list of the Deans of Taunton page. Also did you get DNA tested? Just reply below to this message and I should be able to see your e-mail. (Don't send it in the reply.)
posted by Connie Graham
Hello Connie,

My name is Sarah and I’m the Project Coordinator for the Scotland Project. As you may have heard, we have merged the Scottish Clans project into the Scotland Project. I am contacting you today to find out if you are interested in continuing with us under this new format. If you would like to go forward on the Scottish Clans Team, please reply and let me know which clans you have been working on or would like to work on. I look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,

Sarah Mason, Scotland PC

posted by Sarah Mason
Hi Connie,

I have been looking at a George Graham in my tree and trying to compare it with a George Graham in your tree, Would you be able to help me figure out if your George Graham and my George Graham are the same person?

posted by [Living Sayles]
Hi Connie,

I stumbled across an old book that mentions James Graham of Woodhouse Township, Ontario. I've added a research note wondering if the Ancestry Pedigree File has this James attached to the wrong parents. See what you think. Thanks, Laurie

posted by Laurie Cruthers
Hi Connie,

On behalf of the Connectors Project Leaders, we are doing a six-month check-in with members. Please let us know if you are still active. If you are active, please let us know in which ways you are currently contributing to the project.

All of us at WikiTree would like to thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Michelle ~ Volunteer Coordinator


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