Solein Elizabeth (Hart) Godwin

Elizabeth (Hart) Godwin

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Elizabeth E. Godwin formerly Hart
Born 1970s.
Daughter of [father unknown] and [private mother (1950s - unknown)]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Mother of [private son (2010s - unknown)]
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Hart-6347 created 11 Sep 2015 | Last modified | Last edit: 15 Mar 2017
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Biography

I currently live in Charlotte, North Carolina. I majored in History at the University of Tennessee with a concentration in Colonial to Revolutionary Period.

My maternal grandmother's family is from "old Revolutionary and Mayflower stock on both sides". My maternal grandfather's family is from New Brunswick, Canada with some twists and mystery yet to discover.

I would like to collaborate to share my research and hopefully make connections to solve a few dead ends on my tree.

Family Brick Walls

  • I'd like more information on the Butman Family in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Specifically the parents of Jonathan Thomas Butman b. abt 1770 m. 25 Jun 1797 Mary then died at sea 25 Dec 1802.
  • Where did Valentine Weeman of Cumberland, Maine b. abt 1700 come from and who was his wife and parents? There are so many records regarding his children, but just basic information about my Valentine.

Ancestors

Mayflower Relationships

Puritan Great Migration

Governor Thomas Prence - 11th great-grandfather

1776 Relationships

Sources

  • First-hand information. Entered by Elizabeth Godwin September 2015.

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Followed Tags
Elizabeth is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
1776
BURBANK
Immigrant Ancestor: John Burbank...descendant line: 1) Abraham Burbank, Esq. m. Sarah Pomeroy 2) Arthur Burbank m. Sarah Bates 3) Abraham Burbank, Esq. m. Julia Brown 4) Mary E Burbank m. Henry Albro Smith
BUTMAN
Interested in Butman Family of Essex County, Massachusetts. Newburyport - looking for parents of John Butman who married Mary
CATEGORIZATION
Interests: Family Brick Walls, Geographical locations, Family Name Studies, cemeteries, cleaning up Gedcom, unsourced profiles, unconnected
FAIRWEATHER
Thomas Fairweather and Mary Hanford of Norwalk, Connecticut
HART
Isaac Hart and his wife Dorothy Covert
MAYFLOWER
Interested in lineage of Stephen Hopkins, Giles Hopkins, Constance Hopkins, Richard Warren, and William Brewster
PGM
PGM Ancestors: John Burbank, Nathaniel Merrill, John Dwight, Hannah Dwight, Nathaniel Whiting, John Whiting, Capt. Timothy Dwight, Hannah Close, Nathaniel Colburne, Priscilla Clark, Thomas Holbrook, Joanna Kingman, Henry Kingman
REVOLUTIONARY
General Seth Pomeroy, Eliphalet Griffin, Solomon Mead, Isaac Colburn, George Stocking, Abner Crosby, Lieut. Nathan Godfrey, John Waring, Abraham Burbank, Esq., Eleazer Bates, Captain Abner Stocking, Sr., Israel Higgins, Sr.
SOURCES
The key to our research.
WARING
Interested in lineage of Peter Waring who married Esther Crosby. The lived in Dutchess County, New York and had ten children.
WEED
Interested in Frederick Weed who married Priscilla Hart. His parents were Ebenezer Weed and Sarah Fairweather.


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On 2 Oct 2016 at 18:20 GMT Bob Keniston Jr. wrote:

Source-a-Thon

Welcome to the M Team of the WT Source-a-Thon. Our source for the Unsourced (sounds a little like the Undead) is http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Massachusetts_Unsourced_Profiles Your contributions to the Source-a-Thon will go on the team page - http://www.wikitree.com/g2g/294436/join-the-m-team-of-the-source-a-thon-and-be-a-wicked-sourcerer?show=301061#a301061 Post an answer on the team G2G question with your name and bib number. Post your sourced profiles as a comment to your answer. If you run out of space, use reply to your comment. Check out the Team Massachusetts page - http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Team_Massachusetts_-_Source-a-Thon There are links to several source sites, including Source References. The vast majority of the references are for pre-1850 records, and you can view most at ma-vitalrecords.org. On Source References, Go to Edit, and pick out the town you're looking for and copy. You might want to make a copy of the page in order to preserve the original. I use ma-vitalrecords for most of the lookups and to get page numbers. You only need one extra tab for that. If you have any problems or questions, feel free to message or email me. Bob the Sourcerer

On 22 Sep 2016 at 12:18 GMT Dave Nicolson wrote:

Thanks for your comment. If you want the latest and best information on your Mayflower connections, and to be able to provide more verified citable updates to others, there is no substitute for the latest edition of the relevant GSMD "silver book"... The current Brewster volume (vol. 24) was published in 2014, and many things have been added/changed/corrected since the old Mayflower publications that are shown on sites like Ancestry. Good luck!!

On 27 Aug 2016 at 20:06 GMT Gil Hurlbut wrote:

Your comment could be deleted -

Hurlbut-45 and Hurlburt-109 appear to represent the same person because: Would you review these profiles as they appear to be the same with a variance on spelling of last name. More research is needed to determine which spelling is preferred.

On 25 Jul 2016 at 16:20 GMT Kevin Conroy wrote:

Hi Elizabeth, I noticed your question on Plaisted-122 page about a Joseph Plaisted. There is a Joseph son of Roger listed in the link http://www.plaistedfarm.com/Family_Website/FamilyTree/426.htm

Kevin

On 28 Jun 2016 at 13:54 GMT Georgine (Kelley) Butman wrote:

Thank You Elizabeth for all you do. This is hard for sure. You have helped me in many ways of learning to find leads, helped in following trails and helped with my mistakes when I do make them and I know I will still. Thanks for being here for me. georgine

On 2 Jun 2016 at 21:28 GMT Robin Lee wrote:

I removed the incorrect parents from Bennett-1892. I will work on that profile, you can work on Bennett-1181 and I will try to figure out the correct parents.

On 19 May 2016 at 02:09 GMT Alison Andrus wrote:

Thanks, Elizabeth. Leave them to me and I will fix them tomorrow. ;-)

On 16 May 2016 at 14:40 GMT John Vickery IV wrote:

Elizabeth, William W Halstead Sr. profile is now open for your proper editing of Cemetery, Thank You, John

On 15 May 2016 at 07:24 GMT Maryann (Thompson) Hurt wrote:

Hi Elizabeth

Thanks for your message expressing interest in helping with WikiTree's categories. I've awarded you the Categorization Project Badge.

Please add your name to Project:Categorization/Members under the section that most describes your current interest with a link to examples of your work.

Also check out the Categorization project page to see some of what we do and our To-Do lists and please add the categorization tag to your G2G feed. We also use a google email list where changes to structure, ideas, and anything categorization is discussed-please join us there, too.

Maryann

On 2 May 2016 at 18:28 GMT Georgine (Kelley) Butman wrote:

Awesome job Elizabeth! Great way to help find resources and help with the merge. thanks again georgine

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