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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

  1. [[1]]

Other References

  1. [[2]]
  2. [[3]]
  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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ALEXANDER
Paternal great-grandmother.Ulster Scots with connections to Tarbert, Kintyre,Scotland. I'm also the 10th great grandson of Richard Alexander born County Coleraine (County Londonderry since 1609).
BRYSON
paternal step great grandmother and paternal step great-great grandmother
CANADIAN_HISTORY
my ancestral families having ties to Canada other than Sills and Fralicks include the Brocks and the McTaggarts among others
COX
paternal great-great grandmother/connection to my Hispanic ancestry in Lady Sancha Blount/connection to my Native American ancestry
CROWE
paternal great-great grandmother
CZECH_ROOTS
Mother's name, Taborsky, and Maternal great-grandmother's name, Havel, have Czech Roots (Bohemia)
FARNEY
paternal great grandmother
FRALICK
maternal ancestor from Canada with ties to my paternal ancestry cousins from US
GARLAND
The Garlands were a notable commercial family operating out of England, New England, and Virginia, but, even though I'm descended from them, posted genealogies on them are horrendously screwed up. I worked with several individuals trying to straighten out the family tree. In their day, they had the power to move mountains and traverse vast distances in short amounts of time. The matriarch of this empire was Elizabeth Hatfield who never took the name of her two husbands, Garland and Booth.
GERMAN_ROOTS
I've several different German roots--von Sell (later Sills), Waggoner (later Wagner), Schmidt, etc.
HUGHEY
My family name/Ancestor born in Scotland
PITTS
Paternal great-grandmother
PROFFITT
Paternal great-grandfather. Ancestor born in Scotland.
SILLS
Maternal grandmother's name has links to United Empire Loyalists
STINSON
Paternal great-great grandmother; connections to McAlisters of Scotland
STUART
maternal great-great grandmother, from the Scottish highlands


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On 14 Feb 2019 at 19:24 GMT Louise (Salvatore) Halpin wrote:

Dear David,

I feel so honored and privileged for you awarding me the Generous Genealogist badge.

When I work on a profile for whatever reason I try to treat it as part of my family tree.

I don't know if saying thank you truly expresses how much I appreciate your gesture of kindness!

Thank you! Louise

On 3 Feb 2019 at 00:18 GMT Karen (Finnerty) Butler wrote:

Hi David

Thank you for awarding me the Generous Genealogist badge. It is very appreciated and very unexpected.

Many thanks Karen

On 17 Jan 2019 at 03:49 GMT Kathy (Stuewe) Zipperer wrote:

Really nice job on the Caraway merger. I just loved not having to go in and "touch up". Thank you!

On 1 Jan 2019 at 03:39 GMT Joan (Graham) Lisanti wrote:

Thank you very much for putting the Isaac Van Benschoten merge through!

On 27 Dec 2018 at 19:51 GMT Paula J wrote:

David,

It was so kind of you to recognize me on g2g! Please let me know if I can assist you in any way!!

Paula

On 24 Dec 2018 at 01:47 GMT Bea (Timmerman) Wijma wrote:

Hi,

Did you know our first annual Scan-a-Thon 2019 is almost starting ? It will last 72 hours from 11 January-14 January 2019, a big event here you can register and since you're a member of our project perhaps you want to join us and have some fun ? Here's our Flying Dutchmen Scan-a-Thon Team hope to see you soon !

Greets from the Netherlands ,

The Dutch Roots Project Team

On 12 Dec 2018 at 15:07 GMT Lawrence Heiney wrote:

David thank you for getting these profiles of Jacob Heiney and his wife Maria Diefenbach in order. I really did not know how to do it. I was afraid of being too heavy handed with the others. The children with Maria are fine but are doubled with him. Larry Heiney

On 8 Dec 2018 at 18:05 GMT Michelle (Gerard) Hartley wrote:

The father was removed during this merge

Westfael-5 Westfall-82 Please be careful to make sure the parents stay attached during the merge.

Regards, Michelle

On 6 Dec 2018 at 06:14 GMT Paula J wrote:

David,

You already have the Southern Colonies Badge. Welcome to the Southern Colonies subproject, Southern Pioneers!!

On 28 Nov 2018 at 15:47 GMT Cindy (Bourque) Cooper wrote:

Hi, David, I see you edited some place names for Pepin-118. Before 1763, the location should include the "town name, Canada, Nouvelle-France". (Please don't remove the Canada.) Bas-Canada/Lower Canada didn't start until 1791. Here's the correct format and applicable dates on the Quebecois project page: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:Quebecois#Guidelines_on_Names

Thanks, Cindy

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