Ezra Cornell (founder of Cornell University) and Sue are third cousins five times removed. [Ezra]
Roger Williams and Sue are 7th cousins 11 times removed. [Roger]
Sue is Anne Hutchinson's 9th great grand niece. [Anne]
Susan B. Anthony and Sue are fourth cousins four times removed. [Susan]
Harriet Beecher Stowe and Sue are fifth cousins three times removed [Harriet]
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]
Nathaniel Hawthorne and Sue are fifth cousins four times removed,[Nathaniel Hawthorn]
Emily Dickinson and Sue are 6th cousins three times removed. [Emily]
Robert Frost and Sue are 8th cousins three times removed
Samuel Clemens and Sue are 10th cousins [Mark Twain]
Stephen Hopkins and Sue are second cousins 7 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 Franklin
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
Rick Pierpont and Sue are 8th cousins
Chris Whitten (founder Wikitree) and Sue are 8th cousins once removed
Abby (Brown) Glann and Sue are 8th cousins four times removed
Julie (Fiscus) Ricketts and Sue are 9th cousins twice removed
Bob Kenniston and Sue are 11th cousins
Mags Gaulden and Sue are 11th cousins once removed.
There are 302 Ancestry 4th cousins (as of 12/5/17), one first cousin, one first cousin once removed.
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.
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.
AncestryDNA: 722 centimorgans shared across 34 DNA segments Predicted relationship: 1st Cousins AncestryDNA: 380 centimorgans shared across 17 DNA segments Predicted relationship: 2nd Cousins
I added my Hall to the Hall project and added a reference.
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On 6 Dec 2017 at 14:58 GMT Michael Stills wrote:
On 2 Dec 2017 at 09:25 GMT Beth (Brown) Golden wrote:
On 1 Dec 2017 at 07:47 GMT Beth (Brown) Golden wrote:
On 25 Oct 2017 at 22:38 GMT Dorothy Barry wrote:
On 6 Oct 2017 at 20:01 GMT Star Kline wrote:
Looking at the statistics, I see the Forget-Me-Not Team sourced 2,784 profiles in the 2017 Source-A-Thon compared to 2,313 last year! You were one of the top sourcerers on our team, which helped improve our team score. More important, WikiTree keeps improving because of your contributions in this challenge and all the many other contributions you make. Thank you for joining the Forget-Me-Not Team this year, and keep up the great work you do on this site.
On 30 Sep 2017 at 03:06 GMT Anne B wrote:
On 29 Sep 2017 at 21:50 GMT Star Kline wrote:
I love the background picture on your page! I'm a fellow Cemeterist.
Thanks for joining the Forget-Me-Not Team! We were the winning team last year, and I hope we can reprise that success.
Looking at the badges you've already accumulated, I'm sure our team will do well. In any case, I know WikiTree will do well!
Good luck this weekend!
Star - a Fellow Forget-Me-Not Team member
On 26 Sep 2017 at 18:38 GMT Anne B wrote:
On 15 Aug 2017 at 02:32 GMT Dorothy Barry wrote:
I Just wanted to say "Congratulations" on becoming the newest Blue Badged "Generous Genealogist". Your dedication to Wikitree has been an asset and great help to us.
On 9 Aug 2017 at 14:46 GMT Tim Cattron wrote: