Aaron Gullison
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Aaron Gullison

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Aaron G. Gullison
Born 1980s.
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Son of [private father (1950s - unknown)] and [private mother (1950s - unknown)]
Brother of [private sister (1980s - unknown)] and [private sister (1980s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified | Created 15 Aug 2015 | Last significant change: 19 May 2022
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Biography

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Descendant of Stephen Gullison.

Descendant
Descendant of Alexander Bates.

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Descendant of Alexander Tapley.

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Descendant of André Mignier.

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Aaron Gullison participated with Canadian Cleanup Crew during the 2017 Clean-a-Thon.
Aaron Gullison participated with Canadian Cleanup Crew during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon.
Aaron Gullison participated with Mighty Maple Leaves during the 2018 Source-a-Thon, adding 10+ sources to profiles.
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Aaron Participated in the January 2019 Delaware Project Governor Connector Challenge
Aaron Gullison is participating with Canada Cleanup Crew during the 2019 Clean-a-Thon.
Aaron Gullison participated with Canada Cleanup Crew during the 2020 Clean-a-Thon.
Aaron Gullison participated with Canada Cleanup Crew during the 2021 Clean-a-Thon.
Aaron Gullison participated with Canadian Connectors during the 2022 Connect-a-Thon, and has added 80 connections.

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According to FTDNA's MyOrigins map, my genetics are:

100% European:

74% British Isles
18% Southeast Europe
4% Scandinavian
4% East Europe

Updated (version 3):

Western Europe

74% England, Wales, and Scotland
14% Scandinavia

Central Europe

<2% Eastern Europe
7% Magyar

Southern Europe

<2% Sardinia
<1% Greece & Balkans
<1% Malta


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Hi Aaron, thank you for the message that you sent before about one of my profiles. You found a FindAGrave memorial for him. That's awesome. Thank you!
posted by Anonymous Wasson
Aaron, you changed parents on a profile without checking sources. I already had his parents listed, and he was connected to them. His parents were named in his marriage record.

https://archives.gnb.ca/Search/VISSE/141B7.aspx?culture=en-CA&guid=16DF695B-F72A-4AD4-9CE5-07144B4DEF5D

posted by Anonymous Wasson
Sorry about that. I was sure that the parents listed on Findagrave were the correct ones. I've sent a message to the manager asking for clarification. They are working with relatives of the family.
posted by Aaron Gullison
The parents on findagrave are the correct parents. Confirmed today from a family member. They are not brothers.
posted by Aaron Gullison
Hello Aaron, I have sent you a private message.
posted by Laura DeSpain
Aaron, I would like to start filling in Henry Veysey ,( born 1794 England) tree. He was I believe my 4th great grandfather. I see you are the profile

manager for Henry Veysey (born 1794). and later when I finish I could get it merged with my family. I would need you to watch my editing over time so I don't forget something or leave something blank. I started some already. Any comments or help would be greatly appreciated. My information is all done through research by family members and stories passed to me through my father and grandfather. I have been to his burial site in Fosterville, NB a few times

posted by Bryan Veysey
Hello Aron I see you added info to my great grandma Viola Ford married to Nim Thomas Ford profile I’d like to message you if possible please let me know.
posted by Terri Williams
Sure. I'd be glad to. What did you want to talk about?
posted by Aaron Gullison
Hello Aaron, I enjoyed reading your bio on our mutual ancestor/distant cousin, Amos Botsford. I'm a "neighbor" (I live in Maine) and am on the Botsford Family Genealogical committee. I have traveled extensively throughout New Brunswick (and the other Maritimes) and have been in Moncton and driven on Botsford Ave (or Boulevard, I'm not sure on the correct name), and have also been in East Botsford. I have also been a member of the Botsford Family association since the 1960's. I've been interested in Amos especially due to the fact he was a loyalist unlike a number of my ancestors who fought in the Revolution. I noticed in the wikipedia bio of Amos they have his birthplace listed as "Newton CT" which is incorrect. The town is actually "Newtown" very near to my boyhood home of Roxbury. I'll try and get that changed. Best Regards, John Botsford Coleman, Scarborough, Maine
posted by John Coleman
hi Aaron!

yes we're 7th cousins, and I'm keeping an eye on you! ;-) Giovanna

posted by Gio Ponzetta
Hi Aaron, I'm looking forward to working with you! Laura ~ WikiTree Mentor
posted by Laura DeSpain
While I am grateful for you cleaning up profiles, could you please leave the unsourced template on the profile if you are not actually adding any reliable pre-1700 sources? Thanks!

Example:https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Soop-35

posted by Maggie Andersson
I would, except that reliable or not, the profiles now have a source and are not unsourced.
posted by Aaron Gullison
You might want to check out these links;
posted by Maggie Andersson
I agree it's disappointing that they were created without a period source, but I'm not about to remove the only source, reliable or not. I wish we had a template to indicate that reliable sources are needed.
posted by Aaron Gullison
Aaron, the unsourced template is used to indicate that a profile has no 'reliable' sources. If it has only unreliable sources, such as a tree, find a grave with no gravestone, etc, it should still have the Unsourced template. It is also recommended to have one or more locations included on the unsourced template, such as states or countries, so those areas might find them easier with the related projects.
Thanks for clarifying that. I was mislead by the page for the template. Perhaps it should be updated to mention this.
posted by Aaron Gullison
The template page states to review Help:Sources FAQ for more information on exactly when it should be used. Did you do that? It states that it can be used on Pre-1700 profiles when the sources are only unreliable sources.
Sorry, I missed that part. Thanks for pointing it out.
posted by Aaron Gullison
Hey Aaron. We are 5th cousins. Thanks for cleaning up some of my profiles.
posted by Noah Hall
Hello cousin Aaron. We are cousins as all French Canadians are with multiple lines intersecting. Most closely we are 8th cousins once removed through Jacques Fournier (Fournier-694) and his wife Marie Françoise Blanchon (Blanchon-8). And that is with only my mother’s grandmothers trees connected to the big tree.

Thank you for correcting my sourcing on Joseph Rousseau OMI. Although I consider myself to no longer be a novice Wikitreer I am still just a beginner and correct sourcing is not my strong point. Which is why I put web links to support profile information.

Thank you again for your help with my grandmother’s uncle’s profile. My father remembers him and the pride his mother’s family felt for his achievements.

Christine (Mama Kiki)

posted by Mama Kiki Lajeunesse
Thank you for falling for the bait and creating a profile for A. D. King II! Also, we are 12th cousins, once removed through Richard Gunne.
Hi Aaron,

Thank you for looking into the case of Edward Gerardus deROO. But apparently extra caution should be taken with dates when using the WikiTreeAGC extension, like here where bio text before was: Born 20 MAY 19??. and after reformatting: Edward was born on 20 May 1900 in Holland. So unproven year 1900 (I guess from basic birth data item) was assigned. Sent me on a fruitless hunt through abundant Dutch resources looking for a "de Roo" guy born 1900-05-20. Only after inspecting change history I found out 1900 was unevidenced. And then it was a piece of cake finding Eduard Gerardus de Roo, born 1911-05-20 in Amsterdam...

posted by Jan Terink
edited by Jan Terink
I'm afraid that is on me. I added that from the extant date, as entered on creation, of 1900. Otherwise WikiTreeAGC wouldn't recognize the date. My own searches came up empty, so I figured that the creator knew and hadn't gotten around to changing it.
posted by Aaron Gullison
HI, Aaron, we are cousins, going way back to Jeanne Huard in Quebec. I wanted to let you know that projects have been advised not to use templates for sources. So at least for the Acadians project we are trying to remove them to put the whole name in the edit version of the profile. So I switched back the one you added. That one was nosorigines. Thank you. Cindy, Co-leader, Acadians project.
posted by Cindy (Bourque) Cooper
Hi Aaron,

8th cousins twice removed. 😊

Danielle

posted by Danielle Liard
Hi Aaron,

We're 11th cousins twice removed, going back to Richard Gould and Mary Colder.

posted by Ruth Arnold
How were you able to customize your Navigation Page so that you could add your cousin connections? I would really like to be able to do that.
posted by Terry Phillips
Hi Aaron. I cannot merge Fred Pike's profile because you still have his profile closed, but it definitely matches the profile that I created. Fred and Rosa were customers of mine and bought a vehicle from me a few years ago.
posted by Terry Phillips
Bobbie and Aaron are 9th cousins twice removed ;)
posted by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
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Hi Aaron

Thank you for participating in the Data Doctor weekly Challenge - for Orphan profiles. Every suggestion you cleared made our Tree that much better. The Data Doctor Team and the WikiTree community appreciates the work you are doing. Look forward to seeing join us for the next challenge.

Janet Wild

A Data Doctor Project Coordinator - Member of the WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Hi there, Aaron!

Thanks so very much for your participation in the spring Clean-a-thon! Every suggestion you cleared (over 200!) made our Tree that much better. The WikiTree community appreciates YOU!

Pip Sheppard WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Aaron,

It appears that all of the profiles that you worked on on my tree yesterday, particularly the mazzerolle's had a negative impact. It now shows that I am not related to any of them. I am wondering what's happened?

posted by Lynn (Goodine) Marois
I'm afraid I can't find any reason for that to have happened. I haven't changed any relationships or removed any connections. I have added some, and that may have impacted something, but I can't see what.
posted by Aaron Gullison
Hi Aaron,

Since you asked! We are 9th cousins, once removed. I wondered why you were the profile manager for my great grandmother's profile! (Lillian McLaughlin) McLaughlin-4307. Lynn

posted by Lynn (Goodine) Marois
Thank you for adding to my tree.
https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Walton-3978

Aaron, I removed the category you added to this profile. This child was stillborn; not premature. I appreciate your attempt to add clarification to the birth/death dates that seem out of whack.

posted by Nick Andreola Jr
I noticed that you made edits on Orintha Nelson (Nelson-13849 and Rosie Nelson (13851). I don't understand some of your changes because I followed exactly how to do the FindAGrave and you deleted what I was told to do. Why and how did you change the name for Rosie (Rosella Ellen)? From now on I would appreciate it if you would let me know what you think should/could be changed so I can do them myself and learn from my mistakes if they are that.
posted by Jane (Buck) Jimeno
"Sorry about that. I thought that you were the one who added that comment." - It may well have been, but I don't know which profile that was under, so I'm not sure. It may have been added a while ago. I had a pretty serious head injury, so I often forget things and need to be reminded. I can't figure out which profile I would have written that on. Sorry.
posted by Anonymous Wasson
Aaron, making more than one thousand contributions in September added so much to the breadth and depth of our Shared Tree. The Appreciation Team thanks YOU!

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Thanks for the link to Jacques Chirac's Find A Grave memorial.

There will be lots of obits published that will provide great reading material - so, I'm in favour of linking a Find A Grave memorial only as a link to his burial information, hopefully with a picture of the grave - which means, not before he's actually buried.

Isabelle

Since you asked, we’re 11th cousins, once removed, through Thomas Perkins. And the relationship calculator says we share 52 (!) common ancestors. Small world, eh?
posted by David James
Aaron, thank you for each of your more than 1000 contributions to our Shared Tree for the month of August 2019. All of your work makes our Tree all that much better.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Interesting interpretation... For me, the middle name on https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-81WN-9M74?i=2955&wc=9FC7-PTG%3A928443301%2C928687201&cc=1968530 is unmistakably Thomas.

The o's and a's in that document are distinctly different -- and consistent with the way I learned to write those cursive letters.

posted by Ellen Smith