Sue Hall

Sue Hall

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Contents

Biography

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Descendant of PGM migrant George Phelps, John Albro.
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Descendant of PGM migrant Thomas Howard, Robert Lord, Richard Dana, Comfort Starr,.
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Descendant of PGM migrant Robert Day, Gerard Spencer, Samuel Chapin, Henry Burt.
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Sue Hall is a descendant of Mayflower Passenger John Alden.
Sue Hall is a descendant of Mayflower Passenger Priscilla Mullins.
Sue Hall is a descendant of Mayflower Passenger William Mullins.
Sue Hall is a descendant of Mayflower Passenger Alice (Unknown) Mullins.
Sue Hall is a descendant of Mayflower Passenger George Soule.


Sue is a Friend (Quaker) descendant and researcher

Projects

  • For the moment anyway I have made it a project to add Cemetery Categories for Rhode Island. I have been working in Portsmouth cemeteries for awhile. I branched out to Newport Count and now Kent County. I have been using the template. I became curious about Billion Graves. I downloaded their app and have been trying to work with it. Right now I am at the frustrated stage. I don't find their software intuative. They force you to use the app to add graves to get the gps coordinates. Any photos you upload not from the phone app are records but not graves. Find A Grave is much more complete for cemeteries and graves.

DAR

Two aunts were in the DAR for ancestors John Pomeroy and Micah Soule.

Found some other DAR ancestors. Turns out they count civic duty as well as military. Robert Dennis was a Justice of the Peace, so you can be a Quaker and a DAR ancestor!

So DAR Ancestors include John Pomeroy, Joshua Pomeroy, Micah Soule, Constant Soule, George Dunham, Amos Dunham, Robert Dennis, David Cook, Thomas Howard

Connections

Ezra Cornell (founder of Cornell University) and Sue are third cousins five times removed. [Ezra]

Eli Whitney and Sue are 6th cousins 6 times removed Eli

Roger Williams and Sue are 7th cousins 11 times removed. [Roger]

Famous and Notorious Women

Sue is Anne Hutchinson's 9th great grand niece. [Anne]

Susan B. Anthony and Sue are fourth cousins four times removed. [Susan] 20 common ancestors were found between Susan B. and Sue within 15 generations.

Harriet Beecher Stowe and Sue are fifth cousins three times removed [Harriet] Harriet (Beecher) Stowe and Sue Hall are both descendants of Richard Lyman II.


Lucretia Mott and Sue are fifth cousins five times removed [Lucretia Mott]

Hetty (Robinson) Green and Sue are 6th cousins three times removed. [Hetty]

Lizzie Borden and Sue are 7th cousins twice removed.[Lizzie]

Artists and Writers

Gilbert Charles Stuart Gilbert and Sue are third cousins 7 times removed

Nathaniel Hawthorne and Sue are fifth cousins four times removed Nathaniel Hawthorn

Emily Dickinson and Sue are 6th cousins three times removed. 16 common ancestors were found between Emily and Sue within 15 generations. Emily

Louisa May Alcott and Sue are 6th cousins four times removed Louisa May Alcott

Ralph Waldo Emerson and Sue are 7th cousins three times removed, 11 common ancestors were found between Ralph and Sue within 15 generations. Ralph Waldo Emerson

Robert Frost and Sue are 8th cousins three times removed

Robert Burns and Sue are 9th cousins four times removed (Uncertain)

Samuel Clemens and Sue are 10th cousins Mark Twain

Politicians, Soldiers and Royalty

Stephen Hopkins and Sue are second cousins 7 times removed.

Charles Pomeroy, Congressman, and Sue are third cousins three times removed.

Ethan Allen and Sue are third cousins 6 times removed

Abraham Lincoln and Sue are 6th cousins four times removed

George Washington and Sue are 6th cousins 7 times removed

Franklin Roosevelt and Sue are 7th cousins once removed. 30 common ancestors were found between Franklin and Sue within 15 generations. Franklin

George Herbert Walker Bush and Sue are 7th cousins twice removed. 30 common ancestors were found between George and Sue within 15 generations. George

Elihu Root (38th U.S. Secretary of State) and Sue are 7th cousins once removed

General William Tecumseh Sherman and Sue are 8th cousins four times removed

Barack Obama and Sue are 10th cousins three times removed

Queen Elizabeth II and Sue are 11th cousins once removed

Justin Trudeau and Sue are 20th cousins

Henry VIII of England is 15 Degrees from Sue Hall

Wikitreers

Skye Sonczalla and Sue are 7th cousins twice removed with 21 common ancestors. Skye Sonczalla and Sue Hall are both descendants of Samuel Parsons.

Rick Pierpont and Sue are 8th cousins, 34 common ancestors were found between Rick and Sue within 15 generations.

Chris Whitten (founder Wikitree) and Sue are 8th cousins once removed, 78 common ancestors were found between Chris and Sue within 15 generations.

Steven Tibbetts and Sue are 8th cousins twice removed, 27 common ancestors were found between Steven and Sue within 15 generations.

Abby and Sue are 9th cousins three times removed, 16 common ancestors were found between Abby and Sue within 15 generations.

Julie (Fiscus) Ricketts and Sue are 9th cousins twice removed, 8 common ancestors were found between Julie and Sue within 15 generations.

Bob Kenniston and Sue are 11th cousins, 13 common ancestors were found between Bob and Sue within 15 generations.

Mags Gaulden and Sue are 11th cousins twice removed as of 12/3/2019.

Tree collapse

How am I related to myself? I find it interesting to follow cousin marriages (1st to 5th cousins).

Marriages that went back to more than 1 common ancestor:

  • Gardner Hall and Catherine Hall married and were 4th cousins back to Benjamin Hall, they were first cousins once removed to Robert Dennis.
  • Oren and Catherine Pomeroy married, they were 2nd cousins by Noah Pomeroy and 5th cousins to Samuel Chapin).

at least 8 Ancestors with multiple lines, William Hall and Samuel Chapin 3 lines, the others only 2 lines

  • William Hall (cousins 4th, 3rd) through 3 different lines (Through sons Benjamin- 2 lines (Gardner Hall and Catherine Hall married and were 4th cousins back to Benjamin Hall) and Zuriel (George Hall and Charity Fish married and were third cousins through Benjamin and Zuriel)).
  • Noah Pomeroy (2nd cousins) through 2 lines (Through sons John and Joshua)(Oren and Catherine Pomeroy married, they were 2nd cousins).
  • Elizabeth Alden and William Pabodie (1st cousins) through 2 lines (2 grandchildren (Constant Southworth and Rebecca Simmons) married).
  • Robert Dennis (1st cousins once removed) through 2 women named Hannah Dennis, daughter and granddaughter of Robert.(Gardner Hall and Catherine Hall married, Gardner was a grandson of Robert, Catherine was a greatgranddaughter, they were first cousins once removed to Robert Dennis).
  • Samuel Chapin (3rd, 5th cousins) through 3 children Sarah, Hannah, Japhet. Rhoda Chapin and John Day were third cousins. (Oren and Catherine Pomeroy married, they were 5th cousins to Samuel Chapin).
  • Daniel Shepardson and Elizabeth Call (1st cousins) through children Nathaniel and Joanna. Jonathan Shepardson and Abigail Fuller married, they were grandchildren of Daniel Shepardson and Elizabeth Call.
  • Thomas Durfee (3rd cousins ) Marriage of Parker Hall and Hannah Thomas were third cousins.
  • Abraham Anthony and Elizabeth Grey throught 2 lines Marriage of Anthony Hall and Mary Soule (5th cousins Anthony through Isaac and Mary through Benjamin)

Father's Ancestors 48 Genetically Defined

2 parents

  • 2 Genetically Defined (George Hall, Faith Pomeroy)

4 grandparents

  • 4 Genetically Defined (Anthony Hall, Hiram Pomeroy, Mary Soule, Mary Shepardson)

8 great-grandparents

  • 6 Genetically Defined (Gardner and Catherine Hall, Oren and Lucinda Pomeroy, Thomas Soule and Marget Albertson,)
  • 2 TBD (Daniel Shepardson and Eliza Smart )

16 great-great-grandparents

  • 8 Genetically Defined (David Hall and Hannah Dennis, Parker Hall and Hannah Thomas, George Dunham and Margaret Albertson, Thomas Soule and Lois Howard,)
  • 8 TBD ( Hiram Pomeroy and Ruby Parsons, Samuel Pomeroy and Catherine Day, Daniel Shepardson and Prudence Cook, James Smart and Hannah Malloy)

32 great-great-great-grandparents

  • 10 Genetically Defined (George Hall and Charity Fish, Constant Soule, Richard Thomas, Robert Dennis and Ruth Anthony, Thomas Howard and Priscilla Grow, George Hall and Hannah Dennis)
  • 22 TBD ( Ann Decotee, Jemima Jenkins, George and Ann Dunham, Rufus Albertson and Martha Anthony, John Pomeroy and Esther Kibbe, Aaron Parsons and Mary Fisk, Joshua Pomeroy and Mary Davis, John Day and Rhoda Chapin, )

60 great-great-great-great-grandparents (2 duplicate couple Robert Dennis and Hannah Coggeshall, Noah Pomeroy and Elizabeth Sterling)

  • 13 Genetically Defined (Joseph Grow and Abigail Dana, David Fish and Jemima Tallman, Robert Dennis and Hannah Coggeshall, Hannah (Slocum) Anthony, Sarah (Estes) Thomas, Joseph Dennis and Sarah (Durfee) Dennis, Micah Soule, Noah Pomeroy and Elizabeth Sterling)
  • 47 TBD (Isaac Anthony, Joseph Thomas...)

120? great-great-great-great-great-grandparents

  • 5 Genetically Defined (Samuel Dana, Giles Slocum, Ann Mary (Borden) Slocum, William Hall and Mary (Brownell) Hall)

DNA Ethnic percentages

New Gedmatch combined ID-BP359221C1

Ethnic percentages are not the same at Ancestry and 23 and me, interesting though. What do you believe?

Since I have taken both Ancestry and 23 and me DNA tests, and the Ancestry tests changed. It would be nice to have Anglo-Saxon stickers. I think my German is from early settlers of Britain. I have their DNA rather than what they are counting as British. genetic map of Britain

It would be interesting to study the DNA of the PGM descendants! Where were the origins? Ancestry:

  • Previous Ancestry:
    • Europe East 48%
    • Europe West 18%
    • England, Wales & Northwestern Europe 11%
    • Scandinavia 11%
    • Iberian Peninsula 9%
    • Europe South 3%
  • New Ancestry:
    • Eastern Europe and Russia 54% Range: 49%—67%
    • Germanic Europe 32% Range: 30%—32%
    • Baltic States 5% Range: 0%—22%
    • England, Wales & Northwestern Europe 5% Range: 0%—7%
    • Sweden 4% Range: 0%—4%
  • Ancestry: 7-4-2019 no change
    • Additional communities
      • New England Settlers 734,598 AncestryDNA members
      • Northeastern States Settlers 1,054,316 AncestryDNA members
  • Ancestry: 10-24-2019
    • Eastern Europe and Russia 52% (50-63%)
    • Germanic Europe 35% (30-55%) added German sticker for this
    • England, Wales & Northwestern Europe 12% (0-14%)
    • Baltics 1% (0-7%)
    • Additional communities
      • New England Settlers 734,443 AncestryDNA members
      • Northeastern States Settlers 1,054,100 AncestryDNA members

23 and me

  • 23 and me (9/16/2018)
    • Eastern European 41.6% (Poland 3/5 ,Ukraine 2/5 ,Slovakia 2/5 ,Hungary 2/5 ,Russia 2/5 ,Czech Republic 1/5)
    • British & Irish 25.9% (United Kingdom)
    • French & German 14.6%
    • Balkan 1.1% (Romania)
    • Scandinavian 1.0%
    • Broadly Northwestern European 10.1%
    • Broadly Southern European 3.4%
    • Broadly European 2.3%
  • 23 and me (12/26/2018) Less specific
    • Eastern European 41.6% (Poland likely match ,Ukraine possible match)
    • British & Irish 25.9% (United Kingdom likely match)
    • French & German 14.6%
    • Balkan 1.1%
    • Scandinavian 1.0%
    • Broadly Northwestern European 10.1%
    • Broadly Southern European 3.4%
    • Broadly European 2.3%
  • 23 and me 7/4/2019
    • Eastern European 36.8%
      • Likely Poland strongest district Podkarpackie Voivodeship
      • Likely Ukrainian
      • Possible Russia
    • Northwestern Europe
      • British & Irish 25.9%
      • French & German 14.6%
      • Scandinavian 1 %
      • Broadly Northwestern European10.1%
    • Southern European 4.5%
      • Greek & Balkan 1.1%
      • Broadly Southern European 3.4%
    • Broadly European 2.3%
  • 23 and me10/28/2019
    • Eastern European 41.6%
      • Likely Poland strongest district Podkarpackie Voivodeshi, Lesser Poland Voivodeshipp
      • Likely Ukrainian Ternopil Oblast, Kyiv Oblast
    • Northwestern Europe 52.5%
      • British & Irish 28.1% Greater London, West Midlands, Merseyside
      • French & German 10.6% Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia
      • Scandinavian 4.2%
      • Broadly Northwestern European 9.7%
    • Southern European 5.8%
      • Greek & Balkan 4.6%
      • Italian 0.5%
      • Broadly Southern European 0.8%
    • Broadly European 4.4%

GEDmatch

  • Eurogenes K15 V2 now at GEDmatch (9/16/2018) using Ancestry upload
    • Baltic 17.62, North Sea 23.45, Atlantic 26.58, East Euro 11.45, West Med 10.39, East Med 3.2, West Asian 6.79.
  • Eurogenes K15 V2 now at GEDmatch (9/16/2018) using 23 and me upload
    • North_Sea 22.12 Pct, Atlantic 24.56 Pct, Baltic 17.88 Pct, Eastern_Euro 11.73 Pct, West_Med 11.32 Pct, West_Asian 7.75 Pct, East_Med 3.66 Pct

GEDmatch combined kit WS6598198

  • MDLP K11 Modern Admixture Proportions????
    • Basal 3.10 Pct
    • Neolithic 31.56 Pct
    • EHG 26.17 Pct
    • WHG 36.08 Pct
  • Dodecad V3 Admixture Proportions
    • East_European 19.03 pct
    • West_European 42.85 Pct
    • Mediterranean 25.81 Pct
    • West_Asian 10.19 Pct
  • HarappaWorld Admixture Proportions
    • Baloch 8.80 Pct
    • Caucasian 14.49 Pct
    • NE-Euro 46.20 Pct
    • Mediterranean 28.64 Pct


We have a confusing mix of time periods as well as geographic areas. (My sister's percentages were not the same, she got all the Irish as a major percentage while I had none.) Do I count my sister's percentages even though she got different DNA percentages, we still show up as sisters with the same ancestry. I am claiming a small percent Irish, because the DNA did come out that we were sisters. And there were the Mulloys and Gilpatricks (see below).

DNA uploaded to My Heritage from?

  • Europe 91.7%
    • N and W 53.2
      • English 36.6 (Britian ethnicities include English,Scandinavian, Irish..., N+WEuropean,Iberian)
      • N and W Europe 16.6 (circle includes mostly Germany, France)
  • East Europe 33.6 (Ukraine ethnicities include East European, Baltic,Balkan...)
    • Baltic 15.5 (circle includes Northern Ukraine)
    • East Europe 9.8 (includes all of Ukraine)
    • Balkan 8.3 (includes Western Ukraine)
  • South Europe 4.9
    • Italian 4.9
  • Africa 8.3
    • North African 7
    • West African Nigerian 1.3

The overwhelming majority of my father's ancestors came from England. Some that did not:

  • Peter Tallman (bef. 1623 - 1708) Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
  • Ami Decotay (1726 - 1756) Genève, Switzerland
  • Nicholas "The Swede" Alverson? (1620 - 1700) probably of Sweden
  • Malcolm Downing (1620 - 1683) Scotland
  • Dennis (Malloy) Mulloy (1750 - 1821) Ireland
  • Thomas Gilpatrick (abt. 1720 - 1792) Ireland

Were the Leiden, Netherlands ancestors pilgrims from England?

  • Phillippe (De Lannoy) Delano (bef. 1602 - 1681) Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
  • Constant Southworth (abt. 1615 - 1679) Leiden, Zuid-Holland Province, Netherlands
  • Moses (Simonson) Simmons (abt. 1604 - abt. 1691) Leiden, Netherlands
  • Abigail (Baillou) Dunham (1600 - 1669) Leiden, Zuid-Holland Netherlands
  • Nathaniel Morton (1613 - 1685) Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands
  • Lydia Fenton (Cooper) Morton (abt. 1615 - 1673) Leyden, Holland
  • Sarah (Morton) Bonham (1618 - 1691) Leyden, South Holland, Netherlands

My mother's parents came from the Western part of Ukraine near Poland.

Father's Family

Somers, Ct. and Portsmouth, RI. have several generations of ancestors including intermarriage between third cousins.

I have been doing genealogy since the 1990s. I started when I found books my father had on two of his family lines. I found out that all four of his grandparents had published lines. A lot of research was in libraries and at the Family History Center nearby, ordering microfiche. I travelled to the towns where his ancestors spent several generations and visited some of the cemeteries.

My father's family is all New England, except for one line that made it out to Ohio. A lot of the work on genealogy had been done in the late 1800s or early 1900s. Many of the ancestral lines go back to the Great Migration. When I got online I found that if someone has been doing extensive New England work we can usually find a common ancestor or two ten generations back.

The Hall Family goes back to the 1630s in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Many of the family became Quakers. I haven't looked for them in Quaker records though. Some of the tombstones have Quaker dates and some are in the Friend's cemetery.

Mother's Family

I have only done limited work on my mother's lines, marriage and death certificates, cemetery. Her parents came over from the Ukraine around 1910 and married here in Rochester, NY. I don't speak or read Ukrainian or any other language any information would be in. So far I have found one possible cousin, with a shared surname of my great grandparents. My tree does not go back far enough for matching. My great grandparents did not come over and I only know their names from the marriage certificate.

On 26 Jan 2018 at 14:31 GMT Greg Lavoie wrote: 19th century Greek Catholic records were usually kept in Latin and in a tabular format, which makes them relatively easy to read. You can find very helpful information detailing this, as well as some example records, over at http://halgal.com/vitalrecords.html. If you are unlucky, they will be in Ukrainian instead, though if you are patient you may be able to transliterate the material (made much easier by the tabular format). It's possible that they have translation services but I'm not aware of them.

Sources


  • Entered by Mary Hall at registration.
  • I have birth certificate, marriage certificate, passport, Social Security card,...
  • I have a letter from my grandfather to my father listing the Hall line all the way back to the 1600s in two lines. It didn't have the third line I found later.

DNA cousins Wikitree/Ancestry/GEDMATCH/23 and me

As of May 13, 2020: There are 729 Ancestry 4th cousins or closer , One sister, one aunt, three first cousins, one first cousin once removed .

As of May 13, 2020: 1353 relatives on 23 and me. Three 1st cousins once removed on 23 and me, One first cousin twice removed,. (5.26% on 14 segments, 4.64% on 13 segments, 3.78% on 16 segments, 3.46% on 13 segments.)

  • Paternal relationship is confirmed with a AncestryDNA test match between Sue Hall and K Hall, sisters, Predicted relationship: Immediate Family from Ancestry "2,596 centimorgans shared across 70 DNA segments".
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed with a AncestryDNA test match between Sue Hall and K Hall, sisters, Predicted relationship: Immediate Family from Ancestry "2,596 centimorgans shared across 70 DNA segments".
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed with a AncestryDNA test match between Sue Hall and B Hall (LaRoche), aunt. Predicted relationship: Close Family–1st Cousin 1,636 centimorgans shared across 49 DNA segments, pages of shared matches.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed with a AncestryDNA test match between Sue Hall and C Shirley (Saldana) , first cousin. 865 centimorgans shared across 35 DNA segments. Predicted relationship: 1st–2nd Cousin.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed with a AncestryDNA test match between Sue Hall and G Haile, first cousin. Predicted relationship: 1st–2nd Cousin Shared DNA: 722 centimorgans shared across 34 DNA segments. Pages of shared matches.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed with a AncestryDNA test match between Sue Hall and C LaRoche, first cousins. Predicted relationship reported by AncestryDNA first cousin 87%. 717 centimorgans shared across 31 DNA segments, pages of shared matches.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed with a 23andMe test match between Sue Hall and Erica Haile, first cousins once removed. Predicted relationship from 23andMe: "1st to 2nd Cousin based on 5.26% DNA shared across 14 segments."
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed with a AncestryDNA test match between Sue Hall and Erica Haile, first cousins once removed. Predicted relationship reported by AncestryDNA: 2nd Cousins based on 380 centimorgans shared across 17 DNA segments Confidence: Extremely High. (We share 25 4th cousin matches as of Jan. 20, 2018.)


AncestryDNA Circles and Thrulines (up to 5th Great Grand Parents)

Three out of four of my father's grandparents are represented by DNA Circles (Hall, Pomeroy, Shepardson). Soule is the only one without a DNA circle. Soule line does show up in Thrulines.

Father's Hall lines

Hall line 1:

  • Father, George, Anthony, Gardner, David, George, George, William, Benjamin, William.
    • 21 matches 5 lines.George Hall and Charity Fish: lines (Phebe,William-9, Abigail, Parker-2, David-8. ) (23 DNA matches through George Hall as of 10-13-2019)


      • 8 matches 5 lines. Hall, David and Hannah Dennis lines (Isaac-1, Gardner-3, Robert-4. (12,12,13,15,6cm plus sister and 1st cousins).


    • 14 matches, 4 lines. Robert Dennis and Ruth Anthony lines (Hannah-8, Isaac-3, Ruth, Eliza-2). (27 DNA matches through Robert Dennis as of 10-13-2019)
    • 25 DNA matches through Robert Dennis and Hannah Coggeshall (Gideon-3, Hannah-6, Robert-11, Jonathan-3,May-2) as of 10-21-2019

Hall line 2:

  • Father, George, Anthony, Catherine, Parker, George, Benjamin, Benjamin, Benjamin, William.
    • 20 matches. 3 lines. George Hall and Hannah Dennis. lines (William-3, Hannah-5, Parker-12).


      • 12 matches, 3 lines. Parker Hall and Hannah Thomas, lines (Anjeanette-7, Catherine-3, Benjamin-2) (70, 25, 7, 24, 27, plus sister, 1st cousins) (13 DNA matches through Parker Hall as of 10-13-2019)
      • 23 matches, 4 lines. Richard Thomas (father of Hannah Thomas) (29,21,7,7,10,10,7, 70, 25, 27, 24, 7 plus sister and 1st cousins)
        • ThruLines suggests that you may be related to 23 DNA matches through Richard Thomas.(David-4, Philadelphia-3, Hannah-12, Joseph-4).( 25 DNA matches through Richard Thomas as of 10-13-2019)
        • ThruLines suggests that you may be related to 19 DNA matches through Ann Brownell. (Philadelphia-3, Hannah-12, Joseph-4), (29,21,7,7,10,10,7, 70, 25, 27, 24, 7 plus sister and 1st cousins)

Hall line 3:

  • Father, George, Anthony, Gardner, David, Charity Fish, David Fish, Mary Hall, Zuriel Hall, William Hall


    • 23 through 8 lines ((David Fish, Jemima Tallman) lines (May, David, Charity,Ann ,Ruth, Robert, Preserved,Patience)).

Father's Soule lines

  • Soule line: Father, George Hall, Mary Soule, Thomas, Thomas, Constant, Micah, Josiah, John, George.
    • 4 matches, 2 lines Thomas Soule and Lois Howard. (William-1, Thomas-3) (8 cm, plus sister, 1st cousins)
    • 15 DNA matches through Micah Soule as of 10-13-2019, (Josiah, Constant-2,Jonathan-4,Asa-7,Esther)
    • 11 DNA matches through Joseph Grow as of 10-13-2019 (Priscilla-5,Joseph, John-4,Ambrose)

Dunham line:

  • Father, George Hall, Mary Soule, Margaret Dunham, George Dunham, George Dunham
      • 6 matches, 1 line. George Dunham and Ann Dunham.. All are through son George lines (Margaret-3, Rufus-2, Sarah) (10, 49, 16 cm, plus sister, 1st cousins)


      • 6 matches, 3 lines. George Dunham and Mary Albertson.. lines (Margaret-3, Rufus-2, Sarah-1).


Howard line:

  • Father, George Hall, Mary Soule, Thomas Soule, Lois Howard, Thomas Howard
      • 15 matches, 6 lines, Thomas Howard and Priscilla Grow.. lines (Asa, Priscilla-4, Stephen-2, Lois-3, Hezekiah-4, Ralph). (15 DNA matches through Thomas Howard as of 10-13-2019)


Father's Pomeroy lines

Pomeroy line1

  • Father, Faith Pomeroy, Hiram, Oren, Hiram, John, Noah Joseph, Eltweed
    • 19 matches, 6 lines, John Pomeroy and Esther Kibbe.lines (Esther, John-2, Abi, Jude-9, Hiram-5, Ammittai)
      • 5 matches, 1 line. Hiram Pomeroy. All are through Oren.
        • 5 matches, 3 lines, Pomeroy, Oren 1799-1882 lines (Sarah, Oren, Hiram-3).
        • 5 matches through Ruby Parsons.
    • 14 matches, 3 lines Aaron Parsons and Mary Fisk. lines (Rebecca-4, Samuel-5, Ruby-5)


Pomeroy line2:

  • Father, Faith Pomeroy, Hiram, Lucinda, Samuel, Joshua, Noah Joseph, Eltweed
    • 10 matches, 3 lines, Joshua Pomeroy. lines (Mary, Elizabeth, Samuel-8).
      • 9 matches through Samuel Pomeroy.(Lucinda-5, Charles-4)
      • 9 matches, 2 lines. John Day and Rhoda Chapin. lines (Rhoda, Catherine-8)
      • 6 DNA matches through Cornelius Davis as of 10-13-2019 (Mary-3, Cornelius-3)

Father's Shepardson lines

  • Shepardson line: Father, Faith Pomeroy, Mary Shepardson, Daniel Shepardson, Daniel, Jonathan, Jonathan, Nathaniel, Daniel, Daniel
    • 22 matches, 4 lines. Jonathan Shepardson.
      • ThruLines suggests that you may be related to 22 DNA matches through Jonathan Shepardson.
      • ThruLines suggests that you may be related to 21 DNA matches through Miriam Follett. (Jonathan-2, Rebecca, Daniel-18, Hannah)


      • 31 DNA matches through Daniel Shepardson as of 10-13-2019, (Daniel Shepardson and Prudence Cook). lines(Jonathan(18cm2seg)), Prudence(2lines-18cm1seg,21cm2seg), Millie-7lines,9cm1seg,9cm,1seg8cm1seg13cm1seg,15cm1seg19cm1seg), Daniel-3lines(sister and 1st cousins) , David-12(16cm2seg,8cm1seg,8cm1seg,9cm1seg,13cm2seg,12cm1seg,12cm1seg13cm1seg,10cm1seg), Eri-2:9cm1seg,7cm1seg,12cm1seg)
    • 26 matches, 1 line. David Cook and Elizabeth Arnold. lines (Prudence-18, Arnold-4, David-4)


    • 4 matches, 2 lines, Gardner Smart and Sally Mighill. lines (James-3, Eliza).
    • 12 DNA matches through Charles S Smart as of 10-13-2019 (Rebecca-3, Gardner-3, Sarah, Joseph, Sophronia-4)
    • 4 matches, 2 lines, Joseph Malloy. lines (Mary, Hannah-3)
    • 5 matches, 3 lines. Hannah Gilpatrick. lines (Mary, Hannah-3, Catherine)


father's parents , grandparents, Great grandparents

Share DNA with sister, 1st cousin, 1st cousin once removed. Some lines don't pick up extra DNA cousins until a few generations out.

3rd Great Grand Parents - 12 through lines -16 father's great-great-grandparents

  • 8 DNA matches through David Hall and Hannah Dennis through 3 lines.
  • 13 DNA matches through Parker Hall and Hannah Thomas through 3 lines.
  • 6 DNA matches through George Dunham and Mary Albertson through 3 lines.
  • 5 DNA matches through Hiram Pomeroy and Ruby Parsons through 3 lines.
  • 9 DNA matches through Samuel Pomeroy through 2 lines and Catherine Day.
  • 25 DNA matches through Daniel Shepardson and Prudence Cook through 5 lines.

4th Great Grand Parents - 30 thrulines - 32 father's great-great-great-grandparents

  • 22 DNA matches through George Hall and Charity Fish through 5 lines.
  • 18 DNA matches through Robert Dennis and Ruth Anthony through 4 lines.
  • 20 DNA matches through George Hall and Hannah Dennis through 3 lines.
  • 25 DNA matches through Richard Thomas through 4 lines 9 DNA matches through Ann Elizabeth Decotee through 3 lines.
  • 14 DNA matches through Thomas Howard and Pricilla Grow throuh 5 lines.
  • 5 DNA matches through George and Ann Dunham through 2 lines.
  • 5 DNA matches through Rufus Albertson and Martha Anthony through 2 lines.
  • 19 DNA matches through John Pomeroy and Esther Kibbe through 5 lines.
  • 15 DNA matches through Aaron Parsons and Mary Fisk through 3 lines.
  • 10 DNA matches through Joshua Pomeroy and Mary Davis through 3 lines.
  • 10 DNA matches through John Day through 3 lines, 9 DNA matches through Rhoda Chapin through 3 lines.
  • 20 DNA matches through Jonathan Shepardson and Miriam Follet through 3 lines.
  • 25 DNA matches through David Cook and Elizabeth Arnold through 3 lines.
  • 4 DNA matches through Gardner Smart and Sally Mighill through 2 lines.
  • 4 DNA matches through Joseph Malloy and Hannah Gilpatrickthrough 2 lines.

5th Great Grand Parents - 60 thrulines -62 father's great-great-great-great-grandparents (Noah Pomeroy and Elizabeth Sterling are in 2 lines)

  • (George Hall, Elizabeth Smith)-9 though son George,
  • ((David Fish, Jemima Tallman)-23 through (May, David, Charity,Ann ,Ruth, Robert, Preserved,Patience)).
  • Robert Dennis, Hannah Coggeshall, 21 lines through (Gideon, Hannah, Robert, Jonathan, Mary)
  • Isaac Anthony, 17 lines through (Hannah, Giles, Ruth, Seth, Rebecca, Isaac) Hannah Slocum, 5 lines through (Giles, Ruth, Seth)
  • Benjamin Hall, Deliverance Cornell, 13 lines through (George, Patience)
  • Joseph Thomas, Sara Estes, 20 lines through (Alexander, Daniel, Richard, Jeremiah, David)
  • Thomas Brownell, Abigail Slocum, 9 lines through daughter Ann
  • Micah Soule, Mercy Southworth, 12 lines through (Josiah, Constant, Jonathan, Asa, Esther)
  • Thomas Jenkins, Jemima Smith, 11 lines through (Jemima, Mary, Sarah)
  • Hezekiah Howard, Sarah Newman, 5 lines through (Mary, Thomas)
  • Joseph Grow, Abigail Dana, 9 lines through (Priscilla, Joseph, Ambrose, Private)
  • Cornelius Dunham, Patience Barrows, 6 lines through (George, Desire, James)
  • Amos Dunham, Ann McElroy, 3 matches through( Ann, private)
  • Jacob Albertson, Margaret Nicholson, 2 matches through Rufus
  • Abner Anthony, Sybil Chase, 6 lines through Martha and Sybil
  • (I have 2 lines) Noah Pomeroy, Elizabeth Sterling, 7 lines through John
  • Edward Kibbee, Rebecca Elmer, 7 lines through Esther
  • Samuel Parsons, Abigail Randall, 6 lines through Aaron
  • Joseph Fisk, Mary Sitton, 6 lines through Mary
  • Cornelius Davis, Mehitable Bartlett, 5 lines through Cornelius and Mary
  • John Day, Abigail Bagg, 4 matches through John, Joel
  • Japhet Chapin, Thankful Dickinson, 5 matches through (Thankful, Rhoda, Simeon)
  • Jonathan Shepardson, Abigail Fuller, 7 matches through Jonathan
  • Isaac Follett, Sarah Carpenter, 8 match through Miriam and William
  • Hezekiah Cook, Rachel Atwell, 11 matches through David
  • Caleb Arnold, Hannah Reynolds, 11 matches through Elizabeth
  • Charles Smart, 7 matches through (Rebecca, Gardner, Sarah, Joseph) Silence Gardner, 5 matches through (Gardner, Sarah, Joseph)
  • Moses Mighill, Elizabeth Page, 3 matches through Sally
  • Dennis Malloy, Ann Miller, 3 matches through Joseph
  • Joseph Gilpatrick, Mary Tarbox. 4 matches through Hannah

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Sue is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
CEMETERIES
I have started entering these for Portsmouth, RI. Hopefully I am doing it correctly.
CONNECTICUT
The Pomeroys were in Somers, Connecticut
DNA
want to understand to work on Pomeroy cousins
GALICIA
maternal grandparents immigrated around 1910
POLISH_ROOTS
23 and me says some of my Ukrainian is Polish genetically
POMEROY
I have been entering the Joseph Pomeroy, son of Eltweed, tree.
QUAKERS
Lots of Quaker ancestors in Rhode Island
RHODE_ISLAND
The Halls were in Portsmouth Rhode Island for a couple hundred years.
SHEPARDSON
My grandmother's mother's family back to Daniel Shepardson
SLAVIC_ROOTS
Saw the new badge
SOURCES
I want to start using free spaces to describe sources and refer to them
UKRAINIAN_ROOTS
I want to learn about this. Two of my grandparents were born in the Ukraine (Austrian Empire I believe at the time, late 1800's.)
DNA Tested
Sue Hall's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Sue or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA. Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
  • Sue Hall: Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test HVR1, haplogroup H, FTDNA kit #n34323
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Hi there, Sue!

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

Pip Sheppard WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

PS: A cemetery lover like me loves your background photo!

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi,

The Global Cemeteries Project is currently undergoing our member check-in and wanted to verify that you are still active and interested in being a member of the project. Are you currently assigned to or working with one of our Cemetery Teams? If not, is there a particular Team or area you are interested in participating with? I would be delighted to help you get setup in one or more of our collaborative teams!

We use Google Groups for internal project collaboration, so if you are not yet setup for access feel free to submit a join request and we will get that approved as quick as possible. We also ask that members check their followed tags to make sure you are following the correct project tag (CEMETERIES) so you don't miss any discussions in G2G.

Last, but not least, we would like to thank you for all of your contributions to WikiTree and let you know that any ideas or suggestions for improvement you may have for the Global Cemeteries Project would greatly appreciated!

I look forward to hearing form you soon!

Steve ~Global Cemeteries Project Leader

posted by Steve Harris
I have my own project going. There are spaces for the different cemeteries in Rhode Island. I have worked with Newport and am now mostly doing Kent County. They list the find a grave links. I find someone in those cemeteries and add a category and a Find A Grave link. I then add the category back into the list in the space. I don't find someone for every cemetery, but have found many. Net result is many more cemetery categories for the Rhode Island counties. I use the template for cemetery categories. There are a couple other people that then go in and enhance the categories. We don't need to use a Google Group we just share info in the space created for the cemeteries in each county.

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Kent_County%2C_Rhode_Island%2C_Cemeteries

posted by Sue Hall
edited by Sue Hall
Hi Sue,

I am happy to see you are getting along well. We appreciate your efforts in Rhode Island, and have you listed on the Rhode Island Cemeteries Team roster.

posted by Steve Harris
Incredibly great work during the 2020 Scan-a-thon! Our Tree has been enhanced by your efforts to preserve photos and documents, Sue!

The Appreciate Team THANKS YOU!

Pippin Sheppard Appreciation Team Member

posted by Pip Sheppard
Sue, every contribution to WikiTree improves the quality of our Shared Tree. The Appreciation Team thanks you for all your efforts by making more than 1,000 contributions during the month of September.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Sue, the Appreciation Team thanks for you for efforts toward making our Shared Tree the best it can be with your 1000+ contributions during August 2019. You are an important part of what we are all about!

Beautifully done on your bio, by the way!

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Sue,

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

Hi Sue!

The Appreciation Team thanks you for all for your hard work for reaching 1000+ (actually, over 1200!) contributions for the month July 2019. Onward and upward!

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
I don't suppose you have a copy of the front page or publisher page of "Salute to you Ukraine, outline of my native village Putiatynci."? (Any thing that shows the title?) Email it to me and I can put it on the Galicia Facebook group to ask. I googled the name and nothing came up.
posted by Skye Sonczalla
Sue! The Galicia Project is up and running! I would love to have you be a part of it! Look in the G2G for links. It won't take up much of your time, I've outlined what needs to be done in the project itself. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:Galicia
posted by Skye Sonczalla
Sue,

Thank you for completing the merger of (Watkins Wadkins-1) and Sara Keyes (Watkins-8324). I see we are 8th cousins. Have a great day. Ralph Brugger

posted by Ralph Brugger
Wow, what a profile!
posted by SJ Baty
Hi Sue!

Congratulations on making more than 1,000 contributions to WikiTree for the Month of May. We all appreciate your efforts to make our Shared Tree the best it can be. Keep up the great work and THANK YOU!

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Well, I fought long and hard to hit top 5 in Nor'Easters and then you woke up on me. :P
posted by Steven Tibbetts

Sue is 18 degrees from Donald Howard, 14 degrees from Julia Howe and 17 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.