- Karen's formal name
- full middle name (R.)
- e-mail address
- family tree
- father's name
- mother's name
- siblings' names
- spouse's name and marriage information
- autosomal DNA test connections
Karen is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
- Nagelmaker is my grandmother's maiden name. I am interested in tracing this back and also in finding out more information on what happened to Henry Nagelmaker (born about 1872) after the early 1900's.
On 28 Nov 2018 at 13:14 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:
I noticed that you used the Challenge Tracker to track a change during last weekend's Saturday Sourcing Sprint. Please consider officially joining us for the Saturday Sourcing Sprints. You can find information, including how to join, on the Sprints Help page.
No pressure, every profile with a source makes our WikiTree better. Your work will continue to be included in Tracking Sheet's Unregistered total at the bottom of the help page if you do not register.
Your work is appreciated. Thanks for sourcing!
Debi - Sprint Coordinator
PS If the link does not work, you can find a working one in the public comment I left on your profile
On 21 Oct 2018 at 14:28 GMT Paul (Bennett) Duncan wrote:
On 12 Aug 2018 at 23:03 GMT Robin Lee wrote:
Thanks for the work on empty profiles, but, don't forget to add <references/> tag
On 2 Aug 2018 at 14:59 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:
Thanks for having a big heart and adopting the Orphaned Profiles. This After Adopting Orphans FAQ explains the special attention those profiles need.
Let me know if you have any questions on the FAQ. I'm here to help!
On 15 Jul 2018 at 19:13 GMT Bill Vincent Ph.D. wrote:
Isaac Lacefield (father) is only three years older than John (son). Isaac is his brother rather than his father.
Surname was Lasswell or Laswell in earliest records. Lacefield used much later.
On 23 Apr 2018 at 02:47 GMT David Selman wrote:
Thanks for taking the Pre-1700 Quiz!
Because pre-1700 ancestors are shared by many descendants, working within the projects which coordinate them is essential.
Use the Pre-1700 Projects list to find one which best fits your research focus, whether time period, location, or topic. Read the goals and tasks of the project and join if it is a good fit.
Add the project tag to your Following list to be kept up to date on any activity that occurs for that project.
Can't find what you're looking for? Let me know, and I can make some suggestions! :-)
David ~ Pre-1700 Greeter
On 24 Jun 2017 at 00:28 GMT Keith Hathaway wrote:
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!
On 7 Oct 2016 at 20:06 GMT David Selman wrote:
Let me know if you need any help! We're glad to have you on board!!
David - Volunteer Coordinator
On 4 Oct 2016 at 07:19 GMT Vicky (Freeth) Majewski wrote:
Now that you have had a little time to try WikiTree, there are a few more features you may find useful.
Ideas on what to include in a profile can be found in Styles and Standards, including some tips on writing biographies.
If you need to describe an event, an heirloom or a location relevant to your research, you may like to learn about Free Space Profiles.
Lastly, sometimes you'll run into unresponsive profile managers. We have a process for resolving those unfortunate situations.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask via my profile page.
Vicky Majewski ~ WikiTree Mentor
On 18 Sep 2016 at 18:55 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:
You are now a confirmed member of WikiTree! Thank you for volunteering.
Not sure how to start? Check out How to Use Wikitree.
Have fun and ask for help in G2G if you need it! WikiTree members are always eager to offer guidance to a fellow genealogist. It’s a fun place too. Take a look at what I mean here, G2G’s Question of the Week: Do you use a genealogy program? The G2G forum is a great way to get to know our community, and if you would like to get more involved, see this page for volunteer opportunities.