Cathryn (Hallett) Hondros

Cathryn (Hallett) Hondros

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Cathryn E. Hondros formerly Hallett aka Taylor
Born 1960s.
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Categories: West Bloomfield, Michigan | Holly, Michigan | Clarksburg, New Jersey | Waretown, New Jersey.


Biography

Finalist and later Bronze Medalist, Michigan Mathematics High School Prize Competition.

Valedictorian, Holly High School, Holly, Oakland Co., Michigan.

B.A., Mathematics and Linguistics, summa cum laude, Oakland University, Rochester, Oakland Co., Michigan.

Married to and madly in love with Spencer Hondros. Aunt to Sarah Cathryn, Rachel Aime, Clairessa Anna, Jack Thomas, George Andrew and Nicole Erica. Always willing lend a helping hand to family and neighbors.

Career has been Computer Programmer, Analyst, Project Manager at various vendors serving General Motors Corp. in Warren, Macomb Co., Michigan for eighteen years. Manager, Director and later VP Information Systems, Wacoal America, Inc., Lyndhurst, Bergen Co., New Jersey for twenty years and counting.

Volunteer math tutor, Methodist Church member, Daughter of the American Revolution, weekend bookkeeper at Spencer's Bayside Marina in Waretown, Ocean, New Jersey.

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Cathryn is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
BARNHART
Have discovered Rep. Henry A. Barnhart of Indiana and his brother Marvin who was Assistant Prosecutor in Chicago.
CHUBB
This is a most interesting line. My line goes to Stephen Chubb born 1720. While I have traced several other Chubb lines to find the connection to my Chubb line, so far I have not found any.
GREETERS
The most enjoyable volunteer group to be a part of.
HALLETT
I've traced my Hallett's back to Chiselborough, Somerset, UK.
HINCHMAN
Amanda Hinchman Chubb is one of my brick walls. I have a DNA match to her grandparents or great-grandparents but as of yet have not discovered the connection.
HOLLOPETER
From the line of Mathias Hollopeter, many of whose descendants are documented in The Hollopeter Family Record.
HONDROS
This is my husband's line. Because of Gallipoli, many many Greek records were destroyed. I'm hoping to piece together some family history for this name.
KETCHUM
Mary Ketchum, b. May 16, 1795 in Paris, Oneida Co., New York, m. Alexander Chubb, Jr January 3, 1813 in New York and who d. June 29, 1845 most likely in Ionia Co., Michigan. I know nothing of her ancestry and would like to know more.
LEFFEL
My first Leffel on American soil is Balzar Leffel.
RENDELL
My Rendell's come from Somerset, UK.
SHERSTON
My Sherston's come from Somerset, UK.


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On 1 Jul 2017 at 01:55 GMT Keith Hathaway wrote:

Hello Cathryn,

I'd like to invite you to join in the "Weekend Chat" on G2G Today!

Share personal successes, stories about ancestors, tips, projects you are working on, or anything else you wish.

New members stop in and say Hello, introduce yourself, share your story, or ask for help.

Pilots, Mentors, and Leaders of all kinds please add something... your advice is always greatly appreciated.

Hope to see you there!

https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/416270/weekend-chat-all-members-are-invited-june-30th-july-2nd

On 23 Mar 2017 at 18:06 GMT Robin Lee wrote:

Could there be a way in this profile to collect students of John Adams? I recently found Horatio Nelson Brinsmade who was Adams' student. To answer your question, you could create a Free Space Page for the information about his "teaching" and add a list of students to that page.

On 29 Dec 2016 at 01:33 GMT Jeff Reinhardt wrote:

I have been able to go as far back as 55BC with Mercy Ketchum (Lindall). This is from my wife's side

Jeff

On 29 Dec 2016 at 01:22 GMT Jeff Reinhardt wrote:

Cathryn,

This site seems to be so very powerful. I finished my GED edit, how do I import it into my tree?

Jeff

On 20 Oct 2016 at 23:41 GMT Rev Daniel Washburn Jones wrote:

Hi Cathryn,

re: the possible connection of your Clement Hinchman and the newly created Sarah Hinchman Clement ... It makes ya wonder, given the similarity of the names ... At this point, we are well over a 100 yrs. apart and from what I'm finding so far, there's plenty of controversy as to how the line spread.

John Maltby, the renowned Washburn researcher, had Sarah shown m. to Clement, in an offshoot branch from the Washburns' of Hempstead, NY ...

The Hinchman immigrants to Massachusetts, some then on to Hempstead & Flushing, NY and then those that moved on to Philadelphia are all supposedly ancestors of Edmond, the Mass. immigrant, said to have come from the parish of St. James, county Suffolk, England.

I'm still looking.

8-)

On 10 Apr 2016 at 18:52 GMT Karen (Arnold) McPherson wrote:

Thanks for the welcome, Cathryn. I'm looking forward to researching my family tree. Karen

On 3 Apr 2016 at 19:41 GMT Jack Blair wrote:

Many thanks Cathryn for promoting my membership - I must admit I was a bit confused about the steps towards that but realise now that I should have signed the Honour Code first. Looking forward to sharing my research and adding to my tree too now that I am in!

Kind regards, Jack

On 3 Apr 2016 at 19:14 GMT Sheila (Cagle) Cagle--Williams wrote:

Thanks Cathryn, for the welcome. I cant wait to get started I have been reasearching my family tree for some time now, with little results, but Thanks to this site I have now traced my Fathers family (his dads side) all the way back as far as there is records. I have had so much Fun and found some very interesting facts. Much thanks Sheila

On 27 Mar 2016 at 20:28 GMT Christine Fryer wrote:

Thank you for welcoming me, I have been meaning to start discovering my family tree for quite a while now so I think now is a good time to start.

On 27 Mar 2016 at 18:31 GMT Michael Harris wrote:

I know everyone is busy today and no one had been on for a while.

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