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Chris Hanson

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Chris S. Hanson
Born 1950s.
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  • First-hand information. Entered by Christopher Hanson at registration.
  • Birth Certificate [from hard copy]. Certificate of Birth, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Health, Vital Statistics. Filed 2/28/1957. Signed by C. L. Wilbar, Jr., May 26, 1966. Father: Stephen Martin Hanson, Mother: Teresa Sanchez.
  • Included in Virginia Drew Watson's genealogy, The Family of Stephen and Margaret Jones: a Personal Perspective (1980).

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Chris, you asked about the Puerto Rico project last year and just got crickets. We're seeing some renewed interest in the project and would love to know what interests you this fall. Here's our new welcome post:

https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1127631/would-like-connect-ancestors-from-puerto-rico-puerto-project

posted by Karen Lowe
Hi, Chris!

Source-a-Thon time is here! Please go to the G2G Registration Post and Answer the question with your WikiTree ID and your team! Hopefully, you will be joining Western Red Cedars!

Let me know if you have any questions.

Azure Rae

posted by Azure Robinson
Hi!

Connect-a-Thon time is here! Please go to the G2G Registration Post and Answer the question with your WikiTree ID and your team! Hopefully, you will be joining Western Red Cedars on our anniversary marathon!

If you would like to join us in the team live chat on Discord, let me know and I will send the invite your way!

Let me know if you have any questions.

Azure Rae

posted by Azure Robinson
Hi!

Spring Clean-A-Thon time has come! The cleaning will start on Friday morning, April 24, at 8 AM (ET) and runs until Monday, April 27 at 8 AM (ET). First we need everyone to be registered. If you have not yet, please go to https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1007803/have-you-registered-for-the-2020-spring-clean-a-thon-yet and do so. Make sure to say you want to be on Western Red Cedars. If you have registered and not indicated a team, please go comment on your registration that you do want to be with us.

Azure Rae Team Captain

posted by Azure Robinson
Norway Tag --- WikiTree

Chris, I see you have an interest in Norway.

A helpful place to start is the Norway Landing Page and Norway Genealogy Resources.

Also useful is a look at patronymics and farm names at Norwegian Naming Conventions.

Good luck with your Norwegian research! Perhaps we are descended from the same region, you'll have to update me when you find out. If you need help just let me know.

Lita ~ Norway Project Member

posted by Lita Christopher
Thank you WikiTree for allowing Spanish Language facility to profiles and supporting Spanish naming conventions. I just adjusted language and birth names for the Spanish /Latin American profiles I manage. I hope this isn't a problem. Everything looks so much better! ¡Gracias mil!
posted by Chris Hanson
Thank you for volunteering to help grow our World Wide Family Tree.

You are now a member of the WikiTree Community. Please note we are trying to build one Collaborative Tree which means one profile per person. It is important to ensure no duplicates are entered as you add any Profiles to WikiTree. Everything on WikiTree is a collaborative work in progress so don’t forget to read and sign our Honor Code. This is what keeps WikiTree a friendly and helpful community. We have many friendly members, feel free to ask if you have any questions.

posted by M. (Stewart) H.
Yes, I intended to volunteer. I have an extensive family tree on Ancestry.com. My confidence in it varies so I'd add it piecemeal. I already know of one place where my tree coincides with another around the name Silvester in 17th century Massachusetts. I'm sure there are others.
posted by Chris Hanson
Hello;

You clicked on the volunteer button indicating that you would like to collaborate and add information. If that’s correct please leave another comment here on your profile and one of the Greeters will be happy to add you as a member of WikiTree. If you are just looking for family or other researchers working on the same names as yours, use the surname search function at the top of the profile page. You are welcome to do this as a guest.

posted by M. (Stewart) H.
I'm Christopher Stephen Hanson. I was born in Philadelphia in 1957. My father Stephen Hanson was born in Los Angeles in 1924. My mother Teresa Sanchez was born in Manati, Puerto Rico in 1921 or 2. My paternal grandfather Wilbur aka Jack was born 1898 in South Dakota of Norwegian (19th century arrivals) and New England stock. My p. grandmother Esther Roberts was born 1894 in Wisconsin of Welsh and English stock (19th century arrivals). My m. grandparents Miguel Sanchez and Juana Ortiz were Puerto Rican of stock that had been there for some time and other stock of more recent arrivals (19th century) from the Canary Islands, Catalonia, and Castille in roughly that order. My dad's people have been a lot easier to research than my mom's.
posted by Chris Hanson

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