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David Hughey Ph.D.

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David V. Hughey Ph.D.
Born 1940s.
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Biography

David V. Hughey, B.A., B.S., M.Acc., M.S., Ph.D., was born in Henderson, Nevada in 1944 to Vaughn V. Hughey, a chemist with Basic Incorporated, and Janet R. Tabor, daughter of a Bohemian immigrant. He didn't grow up there as his dad and mom moved first to Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and then finally to Tiffin, Seneca County, Ohio.

He developed his love of genealogy as a result of an 8th grade Ohio history project on family history. His dad's parents were deceased long before then, but his mom's grandparents helped him with some of the answers. They also kept some "skeletons hidden in the closet." His dad's family, though my dad was born and grew up in northern Michigan, was basically from eastern Kentucky. His maternal grandfather was a Bohemian, who had worked in many ways, ran a beer garden, and ran a grocery store. His maternal grandmother's family was from Bay City, Michigan (They immigrated there from Ontario in the 1880's.)

He earned a Bachelor's degree in Sociology from Kent State University. Afterwards, he started a master's in Anthropology at Southern Illinois--Carbondale, but transferred to the University of Pittsburgh to earn his doctorate with a specialty in Human Genetics. His studies there were interrupted by a stint with the US Army Medical Department in Okinawa during the Vietnam War;

He has taught at several colleges and universities in the US and finally finished up being College Dean and Professor at International College of the Cayman Islands on Grand Cayman. He has since earned bachelor's and master's degrees in Accounting, passed the CPA Exam in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2002, and recently became an IRS Enrolled Agent.

He worked as a corporate accountant in Findlay, Ohio, for two years and in Chehalis, Washington, for three more. He is currently a self-employed business owner.

His publications, in addition to his Ph.D. dissertation, include over 115 poems, five books reviews, an chapter in the book Anthropology on the Great Plains, and research notes.

He has been a member of the American Anthropological Association and American Accounting Association, Poets & Writers, and Washington State Tax Consultants. He was an associate member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Life as a Poet

His poem, "The Violet Moth," is part of the October 2015 issue of Art Ascent[1]

Sources

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Other References

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  3. Liberty, Margot, Richard Scaglion, and David V. Hughey. "Rural and Urban Seminole Indian Fertility." Human Biology 48:741-755, 1976.
  4. Liberty, Margot, David V. Hughey and Richard Scaglion. "Rural and Urban Omaha Indian Fertility." Human Biology 48:59-71, 1976.
  5. [[4]]
  6. [[Caymanian House-and-Yard Patterns by David V. Hughey, Caribbean Studies,

Vol. 18, No. 1/2 (Apr. - Jul., 1978), pp. 131-135]] Available to read online at [[5]]

  1. https://artascent.com/david-v-hughey-2/
  2. https://artascent.com/david-v-hughey-4/
  3. AKIKO'S TEN MINUTE WAIT.

Hughey, David V. // Thema; Summer2014, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p6 The poem "Akiko's Ten Minute Wait" by David V. Hughey is presented. First Line: Watching the clock hands move. Last Line: Watching the clock hands move? [[6]]


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Hi David,

Thank you for all the work that you have done for the Scotland Project. As you have not responded to our recent check in messages I presume that you wish to leave the project.

If you'd like to re-join us in the future, you can do so by replying to our current G2G Welcome post which is linked from the project page at https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:Scotland

All the best Sheena

Hi David,

It is once again time for our annual Scotland Project check-in. Please respond within the next three weeks to let us know:

•If you would like to continue as a project member •If you are happy with your current teams or would you like to join a different team •How much time per month (on average) you spend working on Scottish profiles •Anything you’d like the Scotland Project to do more of in the future

You can respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message on WikiTree. If we don’t hear from you within the next three weeks we’ll assume your interests have changed or you are no longer able to participate in the Scotland Project at this time, and your badge will be removed. If your circumstances change later you will be welcome to reapply for membership.

On behalf of the Scotland Project, I would like to thank you for your commitment to the project's goals. Every single contribution you make helps improve Scottish profiles!

Sheena - Scotland Project Membership Coordinator

IT HAS ARRIVED!!!!!

We need the Kentucky Project Members to join the Kentucky Genealogical Society's WikiTree Challenge! We are going for the record.... over 500 new profiles!

https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1592825/wikitree-challenge-research-kentucky-genealogical-society

posted by Pam (Dale) Fraley
Hi David -thank you for being a member of the Jewish Roots Project! I wanted to let you know about some new things we have going on.

- You can see new tabs at the top of our home page, where you can select topics to view or work on. You can also use our new maintenance categories - feel free to add them to your own family, or any other Jewish Roots profile, or work on the maintenance yourself, such as adding new records to profiles with only a couple sources.-I'm sending an invitation to join GoogleGroups, which we are re-starting this week. We'll probably do most group chat there, but the most important things will be posted on G2G, which you will be notified about if you follow the jewish_roots tag. -You can also join Wikitree's discord server, where we have a Jewish Roots chat channel.

-If you have ideas or suggestions for the project, feel free to reply here or send me a message.

Thank you! -Elaine, co-leader for Jewish Roots Project

Ah, 10 degrees is closer than my 11 degrees ... Robert and Susan Smith-157141 (me) are 12th cousins 8 times removed ...
posted by Susan Smith
Please change LNAB of Mudlow-1 to Wadlow. This is a family of interest to me and she is a Wadlow. (It could easily look like Mudlow.)
posted by Jana (Denton) Trent
Can you review the merge of https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Webb-5570? I agree with the proposed merge from Hoult-24|Chris Hoult. Just need your approval. Thank you
posted by Michael McLellan II
Hey David,

I'm trying to get in touch with you concerning the trusted list and being added as profile manager to Cox-7789. Thanks Dave

posted by Dave Weppner
Dear David

Elizabeth Charlotte (Alexander) Canning (1805 - 1882) [1]: place of birth query


I am concerned about the birth location given here for the second wife of Stratford Canning 1786-1880. Here's why:

  • My own genealogy database gives her place of birth as "India". Not totally helpful. And nowhere near Kent. I have sourced that in a file note from me to me to "Burke's Landed Gentry 1965 for the loan of which I am indebted to WRA". Unfortunately - on a number of counts - WRA died last October. His widow may know where the book ended up, but William had an awful lot of books.
  • Wikipedia says of Eliza's Dad, James Alexander (1769–1848), that "He returned to the United Kingdom in 1818". Eliza was born in 1805. I don't believe everything I read in Wikipedia (nor indeed in Burke's LG), but this little para is on the face of it plausibly sourced.
  • Wikipedia says that "Somerhill was bought from the descendants of William Woodgate in November 1819 by James Alexander, MP. See my previous comments both about Wikipedia and about the year of Eliza's birth (which her death certificate, of which I currently have a "certified copy" oin the desk in front of me) endorses.
  • James Alexander married Eliza's mother, identified in my own data as Eliza Dundas. on 01 May 1804 in Calcutta (as it was known at that time). A long way from Kent. Again.
  • You have - or someone has - apparently sourced the (?wrong) birth location of Eliza but I am not in a position to evaluate the persuasive power of the source(s) invoked. Maybe ... maybe you are.

I should like to change the birth location to "India". The Genealogical Society in London has (or used to have) endless East India Company directories etc from which I imagine someone with sufficient mobility and enthusiasm could find a more precise birth location for Eliza, but right now that ain't me.

What do you think?

And thank you for any thoughts on this that you may be moved to share.

Though if you are convinced, I shall be more than happy if you make the change without further discussion!

Be aware that I have just posted this same message on the talk page of James Canning who appears to be co-curator (or whatever the wikitree jargon is) responsible for Eliza's page.) There may be a wikitree way to send one message such as this to two people simultaneously, but if there is, I have not yet discovered it.

Be well

Charles

posted by Charles Hillman
edited by Charles Hillman
Hi David, How are you? Just wanted to let you know that I've removed Snider-173 as the mother of Yennoir-1. She was still married to Willard Hendry in the Census of Canada, 1921, and an article in the Waterloo Chronicle mentions Mrs Willard Hendry vacationing with her sister Emma in 1937. I think FindAGrave has a Canadian Clara Snider mixed up with an American one. See what you think. Thanks, Laurie
posted by Laurie Cruthers
Hi David! I haven't heard back from you regarding the Scotland Project check-in. I hope you are well and look forward to hearing from you soon.
posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin
Hi,

It’s Germany Project check-in time again! Please respond within the next 2 weeks and let me know if you’re still interested in participating with the Project. Remember, the only requirements for membership in the Germany Project are (1) that you work on at least one German profile every 6 months and (2) that you respond to this check-in.

Since you’re not working with one of our Sub-projects or Teams yet, please look at our main Project page for a full list and let me know which team you’d like to join.

Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message on WikiTree. In your response, we welcome any feedback you may want to give on the project (what you like about it, what you’d like to see us do, what we could change, etc.)

If you ever have any questions, please ask. I look forward to hearing from you soon!

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Traci ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi David,

It’s time for our annual Ireland Project check-in! Please respond within the next two weeks to let me know:

  • If you are happy with the team you’re on or if you’d like to make a change. It is now required that all members with an Ireland project badge work on at least one of the project’s team(s), so if you’ve not yet signed up please do so in your reply to this check-in.
  • What you think the project is doing well, and what (if any) changes you would like to see us make? Are there any teams you would like to become more active in?
  • Would you be interested in helping to work on an Ireland Project newsletter?
  • Please give us some feedback on the use of google group and discord. Do you use one or both of these? If you don’t use either of them, what is the best way for us to ensure you receive project communications? If you would like to join us on either one, just let us know in your response and we will get you signed up.

Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message on WikiTree. If we don’t hear from you within two weeks, we will assume you are no longer interested in participating in the Ireland Project, and your badge will be removed. If you wish to reapply for membership later, we will be happy to have you back. Many thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you!

Sincerely,

Jen Hutton, on behalf of the Ireland Project

posted by Jen (Stevens) Hutton
Hi

I’ve not heard back from you regarding the US Southern Colonies Project check-in so have gone ahead and removed you from the project for now. However, if you’d like to rejoin at any stage you would be most welcome to do so by answering the G2G sign-up post here.

Many thanks,

Mary, Membership Coordinator, US Southern Colonies Project

posted by Mary Richardson
Hi David! Hope this finds you well and that you're having a good start to the New Year!

It's time for our annual Scotland Project check-in!

This year we are hoping to learn what our membership would like to accomplish over the next 12 months. In case you aren't aware, this year is WikiTree's ""Year of Connections"" and the Project's leadership would like to contribute to this in as many ways as possible.

We would appreciate it if you would share your thoughts and ideas with us on how we can accomplish this goal. We would also appreciate it if you would provide some feedback on our existing goals, including:

  • If you have not yet signed up to help on one of the project's teams, which team(s) would you be interested in joining?
  • How often should we provide a Project Newsletter?
  • Have you participated in the Tartan Trail? If not, is this something you'd be interested in doing?
  • Do you have a question(s) that we could add to a Frequently Asked Questions page?
  • Any suggestions or ideas you have on ways to improve the Scotland Project in general

We continue to communicate with our Project members via Google Group (official) and Discord (unofficial), as well as G2G. You may also reach out to any of the Project leaders via WikiTree's internal messaging system at any time.

Thank you for all you do to help the Scotland Project become a knowledge hub for Scottish genealogical research! We wish you all the best in 2022!

Sincerely, Amy Gilpin on behalf of the Scotland Project Leaders

posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin
Hi David,

I sent you a check-in message a week ago about the US Southern Colonies Project to ask you about your continued involvement but have not yet heard back from you. Do you still want to be in the project?

If I don’t hear from you by the same time next week I’ll assume that you’ve moved on to other things. After that time, the badge will be removed. Please remember you’re most welcome to re-join the project at any time.

Hoping to hear from you,

Best wishes,

Mary, Membership Coordinator, US Southern Colonies Project

posted by Mary Richardson
Hi David,

This is the semi-annual polling for the US Southern Colonies Project. This check-in with members is to see if you have been active in the last six months in this project?

Please note that it is a requirement for membership in the US Southern Colonies Project that you respond to these check-ins.

I look forward to hearing from you.. Many thanks,

Mary, Project Coordinator, - Membership US Southern Colonies Project

posted by Mary Richardson
I am worried about you David haven seen you around for some time, I send a mail through wikitree but no answer.

It was a while ago. I hope you are doing well I certainly miss you very much

Hope are well, David. A little worried that you haven't been on lately.
posted by Maggie N.
Hello again! I posted a comment two weeks ago and have not yet heard back from you. I hope you are well! Do you want to remain in the Germany Project? If I don’t hear back from you by the end of November, I’ll go ahead and remove you from our member roster. You are, of course, always welcome to rejoin at any time via our G2G sign-up post.

Best wishes, Traci ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi,

The Germany Project Leaders are doing their semi-annual check-in with all project members and we want to verify that you’re still interested in being a member of the Project. Please respond by private message and let me know.

Are you currently working with one of our Sub-projects or Teams? If not, take a look at our main Project page for a full list.

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all your hard work. If you have any questions, please ask. We would also love to hear any feedback you may have for the project.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Traci ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi David! We are 16th cousins through Euphemia Montgomery.
Hello David- Just wanted to send a 'more than just a click thank-you' for improving the records I'm working on. I suppose I'll get the hang of adding 'confident' to a piece of information when I cite a source, but when I don't, thanks for pulling up my boots a bit. Sure is nice to be a part of this collaborative community.

Cheers!

posted by David Brock
Hi David,

On behalf of the US Southern Colonies Project Leaders, I am doing a check-in with members to see if you were Active in the US_Southern_Colonies (US SoCOL) in the last two months. (If you do not know which team you are on, then contact me for clarification)

Examples of activity for Southern Colonies might be Teams, Bio Builders, Quality Assurance, Sourcing, Profiles, Stickers for Southern Colonies, Categories for Southern Colonies, Managed Profiles, PPP profiles, Arborists, Data Doctors for Southern Colonies

Please notify me of this activity by clicking reply or you can post a message on my page here: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Richardson-7161

Thanks for your help.

Mary ~ Project Coordinator, Membership

posted by Mary Richardson
I am still trying to stay active in the project though I did get injured at the beginning of April 2021.
posted by David Hughey Ph.D.
David, I marked you as active. thanks

Mary

posted by Mary Richardson
Hi again,

I sent you a message a couple of weeks ago on behalf of the Germany Project and have not yet heard back from you. I hope you are well!

If I don’t hear back from you by the end of April, I will assume you no longer wish to be a member of the Germany Project and I’ll go ahead and remove you from our member roster. You are, of course, welcome to rejoin at any time via our G2G sign-up post.

Best wishes,

Traci ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi,

The Germany Project Leaders are doing their semi-annual check-in with all project members and we want to verify that you’re still interested in being a member of the Project. Please respond by private message and let me know.

Are you currently working with one of our Sub-projects or Teams? If not, take a look at our main Project page for a full list. We recently launched a new Profile Improvement Team and are seeking new team members. Let me know if you’re interested.

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all your hard work. If you have any questions, please ask. We would also love to hear any feedback you may have for the project.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Traci ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi David!

For a great start of the spring this year we will have a Spring Clean-a-Thon again. The fun starts Friday, April 23, at 8 AM (EDT) until Monday, April 26, at 8 AM (EDT) make sure to register for this event (hurry ;) (and respond with an ANSWER not a comment or reply) and of course also mention in the answer you are joining the Flying Dutchmen- Vliegende Hollanders team !

Hope to see you soon, Bea & Astrid :)
posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
Appreciate your help on cottrell-681. Why the change in format from what I had?
I do not recall your format,but I did have a specific reason.
posted by David Hughey Ph.D.
Thank you for help with my 2nd Great Grandfather David Bower's death information.
posted by Vicky (Valentine) Moon
David, just as a point of information, the location "Green, Kentucky" links to the community of Green in Elliott County, Kentucky rather than to Green County, Kentucky as it should. The word "County" must appear in the location for proper linking to Green County. This is also a problem for locations on Ancestry and FamilySearch, creating misleading locations. Standard location suggestions (without the word "County") do not work for many counties in Kentucky. I'm not certain about other states. Thanks for all your help with profiles. - Bill
posted by Bill Vincent Ph.D.
edited by Bill Vincent Ph.D.
Hello

It’s time for a Project check-in!

Scotland Project Leaders check in with you at least once a year to see how you are doing. With the changes happening around the world, we understand that life is hectic right now.

What are you planning to work on for the Scotland Project this year? Are you happy with the team(s) you part of, or would you like to make some changes?

This time round, we’re also looking for feedback on the use of Google Group and Discord. Do you use one or both of these? If you don’t use either of them, what is the best way to ensure you receive Project communications? If you would like to join us on Google Group or Discord, let us know in your response.

posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin
I have many Scots ancestors and cousins. I just recently found out that I was descended from the Howie family from Argyll,, but I need to entger my yDNA haptoglobin on wikietree and see to which Howie family members on wikitree I am related. I don't know ho to check the Canadian immigration records fora John Stuart and wife who gave birth to my great-great grandmother,Jeanne *Stuart) Sills. Neithe my sister nor any of my female cousins have taken the myDNA test to uncover the maiden name of John Stuart's wife. Both have been said to have been born in Scotland.
posted by David Hughey Ph.D.
Hi David,

I sent you a message a while ago on behalf of the England Project Leaders and have not heard back from you. I hope you are well.

One of the requirements of membership in the England Project is that you respond to the six-monthly check-ins.

I have assumed that you are no longer participating in the England Project and removed you from our list of members. You are, of course, most welcome to re-apply to join the project at any time by signing-up on the project’s G2G welcome post.

Thank you for all your work on the England Project!

Best wishes, Amy

posted by Amelia Utting
How do I use Google Groups to connect to the various projects on wikitree>
posted by David Hughey Ph.D.
Hi David,

We've not yet received a reply from you regarding the message we recently sent about the England Project. We hope you're okay! We realise that your interests may have moved on, however, and so of we don't hear from you by the end of December we'll presume that you wish to be removed from the Project. Of course, you'll be welcome to rejoin us at a later time if you wish :)

Regards, Amy, Lizzie & Joan.

posted by Amelia Utting
Hi David,

It's that time of the year again: check-in time! As England Project Leaders, we like to check in with you every six months or so to see how things are progressing. Back in May, we didn't ask for a response due to the rapid emergence of Covid-19 because we understood that people's lives were changing rapidly. While we are still living in a Covid world, we do need to hear back from you this time around.

First of all, how are you doing? What are you currently working on?

Secondly, we're looking for some feedback on the Google Group and our Discord server. Do you use either or both of these? If you don't use either, why not? Do you have any suggestions on how we can improve participation and collaboration, either generally or for you personally?

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Amy, Joan & Lizzie.

posted by Amelia Utting
Hi David, just wanted to share a little hint for you when adding that Pittsylvania sticker template to profiles. After you "save", just quickly click on "Categories", and if the Pittsylvania category is "red', you know there is a typo in the sticker template that you can go back in and edit. Otherwise the red category goes on a category error list. Cheers Margaret
Hey Hun,

Thank you for being on Team Legacy Heirs for the source-a-thon. I hope we will have you join the team again for the next thon.

posted by Lisa (Kelsey) Murphy
Hi Hun,

Just a quick reminder, this Friday starts the Source-A-Thon. Looking forward to seeing you there as much or as little as you can join us.

posted by Lisa (Kelsey) Murphy
Hi,

On behalf of the Germany Project, I am currently undergoing our member check-in's and wanted to verify that you are still interested in being a member of the project. Are you currently assigned to or working with one of our Sub-projects or Teams? We have many new teams so have a look on the Germany project page for the full list. I would be delighted to help you get setup in one or more of our collaborative teams!

We use Google groups for project collaboration, so if you are not yet setup, please submit a join request and we will get that approved as quickly as possible. We also ask that you check your follwed tags to make sure you are following the correct project tag (GERMANY) so you don't miss any disucssions in G2G.

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all your hard work. If you have any questions please ask. I would also love to hear any feedback you may have for the project!

Please respond by private message. I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Kylie ~ Germany Project Leader

posted by Kylie Haese
Hi!

The 5th! Source-a-Thon will take place from the 2nd of October till the 5th of October. We really hope you will join us at our Team The Flying Dutchmen. Registering is open now HERE. More info at our Team page HERE or at our G2G-S-a-Th-Chat.

Hope to see you!

Margreet, Bea and Astrid

Hi David,

After a great Liberation day challenge, the Connect-a-Thon is coming up, it will take place from Friday 17 July 2020-Monday 20 July 2020) so everyone is invited to join the Flying Dutchmen Team - Vliegende Hollanders..so let's all hop on the boat (teampage) ;) again and have some fun together. Don't forget to first register here (you can register until wednesday 15 july) and let them know you're going to rock the Flying Dutchmen (women) - Vliegende Hollanders boat ..and here's our connect-a-thon chat.

Hope to see you soon,

Bea and Astrid x

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
I'm already regisst3red with the twisted thistles.
posted by David Hughey Ph.D.
Hi David

Thank you for adding your DNA Test to your profile on WikiTree. Getting Started with DNA will tell you more about how DNA kits are used on WikiTree.

DNA at WikiTree provides a visual way for you to find others who have tested and have the potential of having common ancestors. It normally takes 24 hours from adding a test, or adding a new ancestor, or ancestor’s descendant, for WikiTree to display your name and test results on your ancestors and their descendants’ profiles for potential cousins to compare results with. The process of identifying which branch elements of DNA relate to will better enable you to find matches which relate to the particular branches you are researching.

Have fun!

Wendy ~ WikiTree Greeter

Hi David, I'm still waiting for your team selection for the US Southern Colonies Project. If I don't hear from you in the next week I'll assume you don't wish to continue as a member for now but you'd be most welcome to rejoin at any time. Susie :-)
posted by Susie MacLeod
I;m insterestedi in the Southern Colonist Project
posted by David Hughey Ph.D.
Hi David, the US Southern Colonies Project is now divided into teams. I need you to have a look at the project page and tell me which team(s) you would like to be on. Thank you.
posted by Susie MacLeod
I have looked at the page and I have yet to see any teams.
posted by David Hughey Ph.D.
Twisted_Thistles.jpg

We'd love to have you join the Twisted Thistles in the upcoming Connect-a-thon the weekend of July 17 - July 20. If you'd like to join us and help to develop our ever-expanding Scottish tree, please register on the G2G post here and be sure to mention you'd like to be on the Twisted Thistles team for Scotland.

We also have our team Chat page posted here.

Hope to see you there!
Bobbie & Sarah
Twisted Thistles Co-captains
posted by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
Hi David,

As you may have seen, we have been doing some restructuring in the US Southern Colonies Project and are now organising ourselves into different teams. We have also changed the criteria for membership. Please have a look at the new project pages, and let me know whether you would like to remain in the project and, if so, which team(s) you would like to be in.

Please can you also send me your e-mail address. I can then make sure you are introduced to your Team Leaders and are in the Google Group.

Please note that it is a requirement for membership in the US Southern Colonies Project that you respond to these check-ins. We’re really excited for the future of the project and hope that you decide to be a part of it with us moving forwards.

Many thanks,

Susie, US Southern Colonies Project Co-Leader

posted by Susie MacLeod
Hello David

Your England Leaders are completing the six monthly check in with all team members. Thank you for signing up for the Orphan Trail - is there anything that the team can do to help with this?

These are unprecedented and difficult times, and we understand as Project Leaders that your situation may have changed somewhat in the last few months. What we are all able to/ wish to contribute on Wikitree has changed. Thank you again on behalf of all the Project Leaders for everything you do.

Jo

posted by Jo Fitz-Henry
Hi David: Thank you so very much for what you said and giving me that honor for the Cox Family. That is of my family as well and I made sure I had the documented findings before I acknowledged it. You are so very kind thank you.

It looks like we are rather my husband and you are kinfolks. I know that the creator of wikitree and my husband have the same grandparental relations.

David and Walter are 8th cousins (Confident)

David Hughey Ph.D. and Walter Pack Sr. are both descendants of James Stodghill

posted by Andrea (Stawski) Pack
You have a very impressive biography and a very interesting genealogy. I'm very familiar with your Central Appalachian roots. The fact that you are just as proud of them as I am speaks volumes to your character. Big Billy sure has a lot of descendants in the Tug River Valley of Central Appalachia. Those Stacy's sure are good people.

John

posted by [Living Williams]
I know......... first the Cl-a-Th now a DRP challenge. But it is our 5th Liberation Day challenge. Just to celebrate freedom and remember those that made us to live in FREEDOM! Join us please!
Thanks for the thanks (for cleaning GEDCOM junk) -- it was surprisingly relaxing and gratifying!
posted by Anonymous Stadelbauer
Thanks for being awesome David !

A big thank you for the fun we had and all your wonderful work during the Clean-a-Thon 2020

team Flying Dutchmen - Vliegende Hollanders x

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
You are quite welcome. Thanks for inviting me.
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