Nancy Lee (Hill) Cousins
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Nancy Lee (Hill) Cousins (1943 - 2017)

Nancy Lee (Nancy Lee) Cousins formerly Hill aka Atwater, Nordberg
Born in Granvillle, New Yorkmap
Ancestors ancestors
Sister of [private brother (1940s - 2010s)], [private brother (1940s - unknown)] and
Wife of [private husband (1940s - unknown)]
Died at age 73 [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 21 Jul 2013
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Nancy Lee (Hill) Cousins was a wonderful member of our WikiTree community who has passed away. Nancy Lee (Hill) Cousins made many contributions and will be missed.
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My birth announcement from the Granville Sentinel. "PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Eddie Lee has returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hughes, Factory Street, from the Emma Laing Stevens hospital with her infant daughter, who was born Oct 20. The little Miss has been given the name of Nancy Lee Hill. The father, S.Sgt. Eddie Lee Hill is now serving in the U.S. Army somewhere in Italy." After the war, we moved to Texas where I lived until I was 18. I have since lived in six states and two foreign countries but have now settled in England, close to my Welsh roots.


Thank you to Nancy Cousins for creating WikiTree profile Hill-9225 through the import of CussonHawkinsHillHughesSurrell.ged on Jul 29, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Nancy and others.

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I can't see how to progress from here. I don't understand the question about my "tag comment", as I have included as much information as I could over the last couple of years. As I am now fully retired, I have a little more time to spend on attempting to make some sense of my family tree, but am unable to add anything to it apparently.
posted by [deleted]
Hello Nancy, thanks for the welcome, some time back. I had to take care of my dying parents and we are just finishing up the estate. Hopefully in a few weeks time I will have much more time for this. As for what time periods and where I am interested in, I have family who were in Wurrtemberg Germany, Many places in Ireland and England in the 1700's and before. Those would be my main points of interest. Also, the Blackfeet reservation in Montana and southern Canada.
posted by J Loveall
Nancy, I sent you a private message because I was afraid I was doing something wrong with my personal profile, but I think I understand how this works now, although I clearly have much to learn.
I am deeply sorry.............

I wish everyone close to Lee my deepest condolences. She was such a sweet and great person. She did so much for WikiTree. She will be always in my thoughts.

I will miss her very much. I just hope that her family and close friends will find a way in all good memories of Nancy, just to find power to get through.

A humble, but sincere salute to Lee who enriched me and especially WikiTree by her contributions.

(I am sorry if I made any language or spelling mistakes as English is not my first language. I just hope you will know how much I respected Lee.)

A deeply sad A. (from the Netherlands)

For Nancy
Hi Nancy! I am interested in pre-1700 mostly in the US Colonies since most lines of my family were there at that time in CT, NC, NJ, NY, PA and VA. I am also interested in pre-1500 and prior, medieval and Plantagenet, among others.
posted by Cynthia Denise Griffin
I was on the James Washington Winters Jr. page and volunteered to update/upgrade it as he was my gg grandfather. Then I was directed to join the wiki site. I was just trying to keep his tree straight, but it is late and I need some sleep.
posted by Oliver Franklin
Hi Lee, thanks for your message last month--I have joined the Civil War Project. I have 3, maybe 4, relatives who were in the Civil War. We are quite fortunate to have had ancestors who made the world so much better for us than it was for them. Steve
posted by Steve Kline
Dear Lee, thank you so much for your great help. I'm just starting here at wikitree.

So thank you again for your "How to manage tags" help. Christian

posted by Christian Wütscher
I've joined in hope to trace my family on my fathers mothers side ( my nan) her names Eva Hamerton from Southampton died 1984 I think, her mother was Caroline Hamerton and died same year I think please if any one out there can trace the Hamertons back further and further would be fantastic
posted by Rebecca Colverson
Nancy Lee, Thank you for pointing me at to the Pre-1700's Project Page. I could find nothing of current relevance to the work on the Richards line I am about to do, but I will pass on the resultant information to the Puritan Migration Group, once I sort it all out. It remarkable how surnames vary from generation-to-generation pre-1700: Richards, Rickards, Rickard, Record, etc.
posted by Richard Kee

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