Steven Harris

Steven Harris

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Steven M. Harris
Born 1980s.
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Son of [private father (1940s - unknown)] and [private mother (1960s - unknown)]
Brother of [private brother (1970s - unknown)] [half] and [private sister (1970s - unknown)] [half]
Father of [private daughter (2000s - unknown)] and [private son (2000s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified | Created 22 Apr 2012 | Last significant change: 10 Dec 2018
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Categories: WikiTree Leaders | Harris-5439 | Crosby, Texas | Texas Research Assistance | Categorization Project | Texas Project.

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Personal History

Crosby Mercantile Co. 1900's
Flag of Texas
Native Texan

My Name is Steven (most people call me Steve) and I was born and raised in The Lone Star State - Texas in the United States. My parents named me after me after one of my father's good friends, who I called "Big Unc" (as in Uncle - but no relation) growing up. I spent many of my early years living around various areas of Harris County, and even a short time in the neighboring County of Liberty, but eventually settled back into my family's hometown of Crosby.

in 2002, just a couple months after graduating from high school, I married my sweetheart. By 2007, we had two children, and in 2008 settled into our current (permanent) residence, which is on family acreage on the outskirts of Crosby and at the far reaches of Harris County.

While I had only dabbled around in family history for the younger years of my life, I had gathered enough oral stories (mainly by asking questions about items lying around my grandmother's house) to know that her family had emigrated from what is present day Czech Republic just before the turn of the century. I learned a bit of conversational Czech with the help of my grandmother and father, who as a child could only communicate with his grandmother in Czech.

Josef Volčík's Headstone

On the 9th of April, 2011, with the passing of my beloved grandmother, Mimi, my perspective on my family history took a sharp shift that has brought me to where I am today. Standing beside her gravesite a few months later, I realized that I was not just surrounded by headstones, but I was surrounded by the resting place of my ancestors. After some research, I quickly realized that not only was I related to a great number of those were interred at Sterling White Cemetery, but one of those included my 3rd Great Grandfather (and one of my brick walls), Josef Volčík, who migrated to the United States in 1870.

While I am not able to spend nearly as much time on my family tree as I would like, due in part to some pesky brick walls and my daughter's band activities, I try to stay active on WikiTree. You will most likely encounter me working on items for the Texas and Categorization Projects, or surfing through G2G, offering assistance where I can.

My grandfather, who is turning 93 this year, is still sharp as a tack and has stories to share, so I am trying to take this time to learn what I can of the family history, from the best source I have available.


Working the HLSR Carnival

During the February and March months, you will often find me volunteering at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, which is the largest livestock exhibition and rodeo in the world. We enjoy spending the weekends wandering through the exhibits, shopping with the vendors, playing in the carnival and catching a few concerts.

By the way, have you listened to any Chris Stapleton lately? Maybe you can help connect him to the Family Tree!

Starting her freshman year, my daughter has been an active member of the Crosby High School Big Red Machine, a military style marching band, competing as one of the smallest 5A UIL marching bands in Texas. With a budget that is dwarfed by other schools in their classification, the Big Red Machine is the only marching band in the State to have six now seven! consecutive Division 1 ratings, and two consecutive trips to the State Championships. Even though they have not yet won a State Title, they are currently ranked in the top 3% of marching bands, out of 1,075 bands that compete.

CHS Big Red Machine - Military Marching Band
UIL State Marching Championships 2017-2018

So during the months of July through November, you will find us cheering on the band at halftime, attending early morning practices, late night band meetings, driving back and forth to contests and generally just enjoying the time we get to spend with an amazing group of kids and directors - even if we have to miss a few hours of sleep in the process.

CHS Big Red Machine
Evening practice, Oct 2017

Starting off the 2018-2019 school year, I have the privilege of being the Band Parent Booster President, volunteering my time, skills and ideas to further promote the music program; while making sure the kids needs are taken care of as they prepare for one of the most prestigious music conferences in the nation, the Midwest Clinic. During the Summer (July 4th) and Winter (Jan 1st) seasons, you will also find the band working our largest fundraisers, TopDog Fireworks.

Steven is working towards a self-sufficient lifestyle.

In my free time (what little I have left) I enjoy working around the house. I consider myself a "jack of all trades", so I will routinely dive into projects that might make my wife a bit nervous (although she would never admit it). From house remodeling and building furniture, down to minor electrical work, plumbing, and making duck calls, I always have improvement/project ideas that could keep me busy for years to come.

Steven on WikiTree

Steven Harris is a Wonderful WikiTreer

Steven was featured in a Meet Our Members Post on the WikiTree Blog!

Ancestor Data

Special thanks to Jamie and the rest of the apps team for creating these WikiTree apps to pull the following data:
Generation Relation to Me # Possible Profiles # Identified in WikiTree % Identified in WikiTree
1 Parent 2 2 100.0%
2 grandparent 4 4 100.0%
3 great grandparent 8 8 100.00%
4 2nd great grandparent 16 16 100.0%
5 3rd great grandparent 32 20 62.5%
6 4th great grandparent 64 19 29.7%
7 5th great grandparent 128 11 8.6%

Generation Relation Total w/ Birth Year Earliest Birth Year Latest Birth Year Average Birth Year Gen Length
1 Self 1/1 1983 1983 1983 -
2 Parents 2/2 1947 1961 1954 29
3 Grandparents 4/4 1925 1935 1930 24
4 Great-Grandparents 8/8 1881 1907 1898 32
5 2x Great-Grandparents 16/16 1840 1887 1869 29
6 3x Great-Grandparents 21/32 1807 1860 1834 35
7 4x Great-Grandparents 19/64 1775 1825 1804 30
8 5x Great-Grandparents 10/128 1737 1794 1766 38
9 6x Great-Grandparents 9/256 1697 1767 1734 32
10 7x Great-Grandparents 12/512 1670 1740 1694 40

Generation Relation Total w/ Birth Year Earliest Birth Year Latest Birth Year Average Birth Year Gen Length Average Lifespan
1 Self 1/1 1983 1983 1983 - -
2 Parents 2/2 1947 1961 1954 29 -
3 Grandparents 4/4 1925 1935 1930 24 85
4 Great-Grandparents 8/8 1881 1907 1898 32 76
5 2x Great-Grandparents 16/16 1840 1887 1869 29 73
6 3x Great-Grandparents 21/32 1807 1860 1834 35 64
7 4x Great-Grandparents 19/64 1775 1825 1804 30 60
8 5x Great-Grandparents 10/128 1737 1794 1766 38 66
9 6x Great-Grandparents 9/256 1697 1767 1734 32 72
10 7x Great-Grandparents 12/512 1670 1740 1694 40 60

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Digital Afterlife

In the event of my death, I hereby give permission for all of my managed family profiles to be transferred to any of the following WikiTreers in my family, whether or not they are currently on the trusted lists:

For any profiles of Notables, or profiles of project-related importance, whether or not I was ever affiliated with or participated with the project, I give my permission for the profiles to transferred to any leader, coordinator or active member of the project who may wish to maintain the profiles.

In the spirit of collaboration, we will grow and succeed together.
Hezký den!

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Categorization Project; Project Coordinator / Co-Leader
Texas Cemeteries Project
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Texas Project
Volcik Name Study, including the Wolcik variant
Volcik Name Study, including the Wolcik variant

DNA Connections
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Steven by comparing test results with other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA. However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line. It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Steven:

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On 29 Nov 2018 at 12:26 GMT SJ Baty wrote:

Steven, congratulations on the Leader Badge - so glad to see all of your work recognized and this entrusted to you! Congrats again!

On 24 Nov 2018 at 21:33 GMT Steve (McCabe) Schmidt wrote:

Congratulations on becoming a wikitree leader and doing the behind scenes work to keep Wikitree Productive. You been a great asset to wikitree and we appreciate it.

Steve Wikitree Appreciation Team

On 23 Nov 2018 at 03:25 GMT David Douglass wrote:

Congratulations ! and welcome ! Nice, well written profile btw.

David Douglass - Magna Carta Project Co-Leader

On 22 Nov 2018 at 14:47 GMT Mindy Silva wrote:

Congratulations Steve! I know you'll do great.

Mindy ~Portugal Project Leader

On 22 Nov 2018 at 13:32 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:

Congratulations Steven !!

On 21 Nov 2018 at 13:16 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:

Congratulations, Steve! (or is it Stanley?)

On 9 Nov 2018 at 21:51 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:

List of top-Level Categories - #9 (Immigration) needs to be updated to show the current name of Migration (revised 18 May 2018 through discussion in G2G. - Done!


On 26 Sep 2018 at 14:18 GMT SJ Baty wrote:

On 13 Aug 2018 at 18:47 GMT Abby (Brown) Glann wrote:

Hi Steven,

I see you working on personal categories from a closed account. Ales can delete those categories if you contact him. It would save you some time! Thanks for working on them :-)


On 12 Aug 2018 at 09:20 GMT Rose Boddy wrote:

Hi Steve

Categorization is still something I want to be part of when it pertains to my family history and locales.

Thanks Rose

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Queen Victoria Steven is 31 degrees from Sharon Caldwell, 24 degrees from Burl Ives and 25 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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