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Sue (Howard) Ison

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NOTE: My name is Carolynn Sue Howard Ison. My 23andMe DNA is under Carolynn Ison.

I am a watercolor artist living in Tennessee overlooking the TN river.


  • First-hand information. Entered by Sue Howard at registration.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by a 23andMe test match between Sue Howard-6191 and her 1st cousin Scott Cole. Their MRCA is their grandmother, Salyer-151 Nan Salyer. Predicted relationship from Gedcom A760445 and M344233: 1st Cousins, based on sharing 780.2 cM with largest segment of 53.8. Confidence: Extremely High.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by a 23andMe test match between Sue Howard-6191 and Bill Barnes. Their MRCA is Lewis Howard-6304, great-grandfather. Predicted relationship from Gedcom A054168 and M344233: Cousins.

NOTE: If you want me to look up any information in the following books, I will be happy to help you: "The Salyer Family" by Elizabeth Salyer "The Howards of Eastern KY" by the Magoffin County Historical Society "Minix Memories" by the Magoffin County Historical Society "Samuel Salyer, the Legislator" by Magoffin County Historical Society

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Hi Dave, Wiki had asked me to reduce the number of profiles in my Watchlist from 5883, and I am slowly reviewing each profile, looking for additional information, and orphaning those that are not direct relatives to me or my husband. That was a note to keep track among many brothers and sisters in each profile. I will stop doing it (or put it under notes?) and remove the ones in there after this huge project of orphaning is complete.
posted by Sue (Howard) Ison
Hi Sue,

I have removed the note on the profile of Baltas Cleek which indicates that he is your 6th great grandfather.

Ancestors, especially the further back you go, can have thousands of descendants, so we could have thousands of these comments. For this reason, this type of comment is discouraged by WikiTree. Of course, feel free to put it on your own profile, and add a link to your ancestor's profile.



posted by Dave Rutherford
Hello Sue, thank you for everything you are doing. Could you share what information you have on John H. Allen (Allen-35280)? I am a descendant of John's father James Allen (Allen-31300). I have been at a brick wall with James for years. Thank you
posted by Joseph Allen
Thank you Sue for updating the death information on Nancy C Allison. You are very generous with your genealogical knowledge and I hope I can return the favor someday. Chuck
posted by Chuck Haine
Sue The research work on Boggs-1661 is complete now and have clear it from unmatched status and enter new merge request for Boggs-2942 into Boggs-1661. Sharon
posted by Sharon (Hardman) West
Thank you, Sue, for your help!
posted by Sylvia (Ison) Porter
Hi Sue, and thanks for your corrections to the profile of Sabina (Howard) German, (Howard-8649).

Sabina's husband Abel had a sister, Mary Jane German, who married a (John??) Willson Howard ( prior to 1855 when they still lived near Prattsville, New York.

I've often wondered whether Sabina Howard was related to Willson Howard, but I've never discovered anything about him. Do you know anything about him? He was born in the 1830's and deceased by 1865, so possibly a Civil War casualty.

posted by Douglas German
A760445 and I, T163895 have several small matches. I have a theory that the Mary Carty who m. Isaiah Salyer may have been related to my 5th ggf John Carty (1755-1812). Wondering if you have any information about her parents. I do not believe she was connected to Daniel McCarty. That appears to have been Isaiah Jr's wife, Nancy McCarty.
posted by Karen Carty
I do not believe Roseanna Margaret Hendricks and Margaret Rose Hendricks are the same. The marraige record lists her name as Margaret and the 1850 and 1860 census lists her as Margaret. Her children knew her only as Margaret. She died in 1864 in Bundy County. MO. Littleton went on to marry a third time and moved to Brown County with several of his children, Tx where is buried. He is the great-great grandfather to my husband and we have info from a family Bible as well as having visited his grave several times as other Conklin family members are buried nearby
posted by Jeff Holt
Sue, every contribution to WikiTree improves the quality of our Shared Tree. The Appreciation Team thanks you for all your efforts by making more than 1,000 contributions during the month of September.

Pippin Sheppard

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posted by Pip Sheppard
Thank-you Sue for the information about Mary Goldsmiths family being ship traders. I am sure her parents would have been surprised to know that members of the family are still carrying on this line of business. Just goes to show a good solid trade is always in demand. That qualifications are now more important than ever.
posted by Heather Douglas
Thank you for the merge Sue.
posted by Ellen Gustafson
Congratulations Sue,
wonderful wikitreer
Sue (Howard) Ison is a Wonderful WikiTreer.
posted by Nicole Duchesne
Thank you Sue for all your work on this family.


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