Sharon (Hoffmann) Meeds

Sharon (Hoffmann) Meeds

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Sharon L. Meeds formerly Hoffmann
Born 1950s.
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Sister of [private sister (1950s - unknown)]
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Account confirmed 27 Mar 2013 | Sharon's 2385 contributions | 45 thank-yous received
Profile last modified 14 Nov 2019 | Created 27 Mar 2013
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Born in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, while Norman was in the Air Force. Moved to the family home in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Lived there until moving to Anaheim, California, USA and then purchasing a home in Diamond Bar, California, USA. Attended school at Westmont Elementary (Pomona, California) then Diamond Springs Elementary (Diamond Bar, California). Junior High at Marshall Jr High and Fremont Jr High (both in Pomona). Graduated from Ganesha High School in Pomona. Attended college at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Washington. Met Allen Meeds while at college and married. Returned to California for about 10 years. Worked at Buffums Dept Store (owned by the Buffum family of California), a Nursing Home and then at Stoody Company. Then Al was transferred to the greater Tacoma/Seattle area of Washington. Moved to Federal Way and have been there since. Worked at Highline United Methodist Church, Renton United Methodist Church, Sunrise United Methodist Church and for the Pacific Northwest Conference of the United Methodist Church. Retired in 2009.


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Looking for English ancestors? Try the Domesday Book [1]

rootsweb (an community) [2]

Cemeteries: Walnut Hills in Cincinnati, Ohio [3]

Spring Grove in Cincinnati, Ohio [4]

Vine Street Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio [5] although this is a very weird listing

Find a Grave [6] I am contributor #47233932

on the Greenshields Family: [7] or this information [8]

Cyndi's List of places to go look for information [9]

Jewish Genealogy [10] which I find hard to use due to even more name changes from the sound codex, but it's still a very helpful place to go

USGenWebArchives [11]

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On 23 Sep 2016 at 17:21 GMT Darrell Monk wrote:

I think that I will like being on this site. It seems kinda difficult at first. At my age (77) I have know a lot of people. My wife's mother had 10 children, my mother had 11. Anyhow, I hope that I can eventually figure out how to add information here. Thank you.


On 17 Mar 2015 at 07:15 GMT Renee Shepard wrote:

I think Feige is related to my Grodenchik's.

On 1 Sep 2014 at 10:37 GMT Katherine (Anderson) Donnelly-Anderson wrote:

Re: Clark Rathbone

My family records say he had 6 siblings and was father of Ruth Rathbone (born August 1784 in West Greenwich, Rhode Island) who married Robert Brown of Brownsdale, Pennsylvania on 23 October 1800

I am new to genealogy. I hope this helps

On 10 Jul 2013 at 13:33 GMT Anonymous Drake wrote:

I just thought you should know about a new book on Drake History. It is called "The History of the Drake Family and the Times They Lived" A genealogy study back to the year 700 at

On 24 Jun 2013 at 00:33 GMT K Nelson wrote:

Sharon, I am indebted to you for your fine additions to the Barbers in my family tree. I am just now getting back to my family trees and a bit rusty, as well as new to the WikiTree process, but I can see it will be so very helpful to me. Thanks again!!

On 16 May 2013 at 11:19 GMT Jillaine Smith wrote:

Sharon, thanks for adding a "memory" to the profile of Sarah Rowley Hatch (Rowely-1). That information is more appropriately added to the Narrative section of the profile, and I encourage you to add such information there. You can do so through the Edit tab. (And if you want to clean up the narrative while you're in there, please feel free to do so.) We (the Puritan Great Migration Project at wikitree) are trying desperately to clean up all these early New England colonist profiles and appreciate any and all help we can get. Thank you!

On 20 Apr 2013 at 14:43 GMT Keith (Forrester) Baker wrote:


Both of the Stewart profiles (Walter and James) that you contacted me about for being on the 'Trust List' are OPEN (click the PRIVACY tab at the top of any profile or merely look to the top right of the page to learn the privacy status). Anyway, since the term OPEN is thus defined: Open Anyone can view the full profile and any member who has signed the Wiki Genealogist Honor Code can edit it. Required for people over 200.

And since you have signed the Honor Code, there is no need for you to be on the Trusted List. You can connect to these Open profiles in your ancestral order of things.

Thanks for asking and thanks for your interest in the WikiTree project!


On 19 Apr 2013 at 12:14 GMT Roger Travis Jr. wrote:

Hi Sharon! Thanks so much for your help on the EuroAristo profiles! Could I just make sure that you've read up on the EuroAristo project? You can find the info by clicking on any "Historically-Significant Ancestor" badge on a profile. Thanks!

On 27 Mar 2013 at 18:38 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

and I just realized I hadn't yet confirmed you... I have now :D

To become a Wiki Genealogist and add your branches to the WikiTree, you'll need to sign the Honor Code. There's also an introductory WikiTree video that a member created that you might find useful.

A fellow greeter provides the following information, which I found incredibly helpful: These are some of my favorite websites for <a href=>documentation and sourcing</a>. This is more of an international list of <a href=>research sources</a>. Thanks for joining our community & hope you enjoy WikiTree!

On 27 Mar 2013 at 18:33 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Sharon - too funny. I just e-mailed someone else that I found the learning curve suprisingly easy once I dove in! It really is fairly intuitive, and g2g is full of helpful folks. Give me a holler if you get stuck on anything!

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Sharon is 20 degrees from Mags Gaulden, 18 degrees from Dennis Wilson and 19 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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