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Susie Humbeutel

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Thank you for posting the photo of my grandfather (among other family members) -- Leslie Maurice Neau. What a delightful surprise to see that upon visiting his page!
posted by Vicki Neau
Hi Susie, I'm calling to your attention incorrect edits you have made on profiles I manage or I'm on the Trusted List, Re: your comment (dit name goes in other last names). May I suggest you get familiar with the existing guidelines on names and place names on the project page here:

I have found that there is soooo much to learn on WikiTree. :-)

posted by Judith (Labrie) Srom
Hi Susie, You emailed me back in Sept 2019 about why my mtDNA was referenced to your page. I just revisited your tree today. We have a few common decendant surnames, Aresenault, Hebert, Doucet, Blanchard. These are all surnames from my many generation G-grandmothers on my mothers side of the family. If you follow their decendants they lead to our common ancestor, Radegonde Lambert 1621-1693.

Did you ever find the missing link you were looking for on your paternal side? Linda

posted by Linda Lopitz
Thank you, Susie, for every one of your more than one thousand contributions to our Shared Tree during the month of September. The Appreciation Team honors you for all of your efforts.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Susie, thank you for each of your more than 1000 contributions to our Shared Tree for the month of August 2019. All of your work makes our Tree all that much better.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Susie!

Thank you for your time and energy in creating over 1000 contributions to WikiTree for the month of July 2019. Your efforts are appreciated!

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hello, Susie!

Very well done on your making 1,000 or more contributions to WikiTree in June 2019! We commend and appreciate all of your time and effort in helping to grow and perfect our Shared Tree. Keep up the great work!

Pip Sheppard ~ WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Susie!

Congratulations on making more than 1,000 contributions to WikiTree for the Month of May. We all appreciate your efforts to make our Shared Tree the best it can be. Keep up the great work and THANK YOU!

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
I noticed you created a few pre-1700 profiles recently under the purview of the Quebecois project with the only source listed as Nos Origines. I want to point out the recent guidance about reliable source lists for pre-1700 profiles:

Nos Origines is considered unacceptable as the only source for Quebecois pre-1700 profiles:

If possible, please identify the sources that were used to generated the Nos Origines information and refer back to them instead.

posted by Barry Smith
Hmm, we've got a discrepancy between French Roots and Quebecois guidance. I'll raise that with the project managers.

Thanks, Chris

posted by [Living Hampson]
Chris, you can go to

and then read the paragraph entitled FIRST NAME FIELD. It reads: Hyphenation of names is fairly modern usage, older records simply did not have it.

According to we should aim to use their conventions instead of ours.

posted by Susie Humbeutel
Thanks for the correction on the maiden names. Even my mother who has been doing genealogies since forever didn't know they were kept.
posted by Tanya Cohen
Thanks for the head's up! Where did you find that duplicate profile?
posted by Chris Ferraiolo

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