H Husted
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I'm a project coordinator for the New Sweden Project and the New Jersey Project.


I have access to a stellar genealogy library, including most of the sources listed on the guides below. Let me know if you need a source checked.

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I sent you a check-in message several days ago about the 1776 Project to ask you about your past and 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 in a week or so, I’ll assume that you’ve moved on to other things, but you’re most welcome to re-join the project at any time.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Best wishes,

Betty -- 1776 Project Leader

posted by Betty (Skelton) Norman
hi Betty, you can remove me from the project, although i will as always continue to contribute to colonial New Jersey profiles on wikitree.
posted by H Husted
edited by H Husted
Thank you for the response and your contributions to the project. We understand that every member's available time changes from year to year. If you would like to rejoin the project, please follow the directions at the project page.

Best Regards,


posted by Betty (Skelton) Norman

It's time for a 1776 Project check-in! Please respond within the next two weeks to let me know if you want to continue as a member of the project. We'd like to know:

  • If you are on the right team or if you'd like to make a change. It's a requirement that every 1776 Project member is a part of one of the project's teams, so if you're not assigned to a team, let us know which team you'd like to join.
  • What you think the project is doing well, and what changes you'd like to see us make?

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 1776 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!

Betty - 1776 Project Leader

posted by Betty (Skelton) Norman
Hello Heather,

During the winter, the Nordic Project performed check-ins, sent as a private message from your profile. You are one of those members who has not replied, and this is a last chance to get in touch and let me know if you like to continue as member in the Nordic Project.

Please answer this comment, and get in touch by sending me a private message. If we have not heard from you within a month you will be removed from the Nordic google group and your badge will be removed.

If you have not received any check-in emails, you might want to check that your email adress for WikiTree is one you actually still use.

Thank you!

Missy Berryann Co-Leader, Nordic Project

posted by Missy Berryann
hi Missy, sorry i missed the email. i ended up affiliated with the Sweden project then the Nordic project because of my interest in New Sweden settlers. i don't need a badge and don't do research in that part of the world, you can remove me. tusen tack!
posted by H Husted
Hello Heather,

If you are active in the project, you may keep your badge, if you would like. It is that when we do not hear from someone in a long time, we want to make sure the member is still interested.

Please let me know. Thank you!

posted by Missy Berryann
I am all good -- you can "demote" me.  :) I keep it simple with project memberships. Thank you again from your 11th cousin 2x removed
posted by H Husted

Could I get some help from the New Sweden Project? I (and some other dna cousins) believe we descend from Colonial Swedes, but we are not able to connect to that exact person. Could you help me? Here is the link to that line: https://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Urison-Family-Tree-1

If you can help me, please private message me. Thank you!


posted by Missy Berryann
Hi Heather,

We would love to have you join the Mid-Atlantic Team for the Connect-A-Thon. The event will start on Friday, January 14, at 8 AM (EST) and run until Monday, January 17, at 8 AM (EST). You do not need to be available the entire time and there will be links on our page to the Needs Profiles categories and Findagrave, possible father, mother, spouse lists on our page if you don’t have something of your own to work on.

If you would like to join us then please answer the G2G post here Connect-a-thon Registration and ask to join the Mid-Atlantic Team.

Hope you will join us again!

Lucy & Mickey Co-Captains for the Mid-Atlantic Team

posted by Michele Bazley
Hi Heather, The New Jersey Slavery Resources space page is open for editing. Please feel free to add any resources to it. Our documentation team will keep up with how they are organized on the page, but we welcome any additions we can get. Thanks! Emma~~USBH Project.

I am checking in on behalf of the 1776 Project to announce the new project membership requirements and to verify that you are still interested in being a member of the project. All project members are being asked to join one of the project teams and also to make at least one project contribution every 6 months. We are also asking all project members to join the project's Google Group for project communications.

If you are interested in remaining with the Project, please reply to this comment or send me a message, request to join the Google Group, and let us know what team you would like to participate on.

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.

If we don't hear back from you we will assume that you no longer wish to participate in the project and if so, you could rejoin at any time as is convenient for you.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

SJ - 1776 Project Leader

posted by SJ Baty
Hi SJ, I can provide research assistance for anyone researching New Jersey service members and New Jerseyans who paid taxes to support the Revolutionary War effort. One of the key sources for this period, tax lists/ratables, are only available in print or on microfilm. I have compiled some of the resources I use and can access on my New Jersey Sources: New Jersey in the American Revolution.
posted by H Husted
Super! I'll add you to the research team!

best regards,


posted by SJ Baty
Never doubt how much you are appreciated! Thanks for all you do!


posted by Paula J

Thank you so much for the sources. I added them to the Source Table for 1776

posted by Mary Richardson

Thanks so much for taking the time to post a resource for the 1776 Project Resources Page! It was very generous of you.


posted by Paula J
Hi Heather!

I saw your comment on the book "THE WOOLVERTON FAMILY: 1693 – 1850 and Beyond" at wikitree.com/wiki/Space:The_Woolverton_Family%2C_1693-1850_and_Beyond. I'm hoping you can look up some information on Thomas Dawson (1776-1834) in the book? I'm trying to prove/disprove his children, especially a David Dawson (1806-1896). Google provides a line for reference: "The thieves sprang up and fired, killing John Wolverton and wounding the constable. ... They lived at Bryan, near London, Ontario, and he died on 6 January 1855. ... [1267] Thomas Dawson is said to have been born around 1810 in St. John?, ..." so possibly pg. 1267 or footnote/endnote 1267, if that helps to locate anything. The Thomas Dawson mentioned is actually Tom Dawson Jr. I'm looking for Tom Sr.

Thank you! Aurora

posted by A. Feletti
Hi Heather. A few weeks ago, as I was looking further into the genealogy of my late mother-in-law Carolyn (Riggs) Spencer, I found that Carolyn was descended from several New Sweden families. Naturally I've been delving into Craig's articles and books, and in the process I found that Craig said court records (which ones?) gave Elias Toy/Tay's full name as Elias Janssen Tay. Elsewhere Craig says Elias' father's name is unknown - but in that time and place a patronymic (whether Dutch or Swedish/Finnish) always gives the father's name. The surname Tay or Toy would be Flemish or Dutch - "du Thoy" or "du Toict" (of the barn/stable).... And yes, I'm interested in the New Sweden project.
posted by Jared Olar
Hi Heather - I sent you a private message in reply to your post asking about my connection to the New Sweden families. Thank you for getting in touch!
posted by John Hester
Hi Heather, thanks for the heads-up on those additional Norfolk sources. I've added them to the Norfolk Resources page, and added the volumes for Norfolk to the existing Phillimore FreeSpace page.

Cheers, Chris

posted by [Living Hampson]
Hi Heather,

According to Lucy Husted's obituary, her parents were "Calib and Phoebe". The Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947 gives Luisa (Husted) Rigg's parents as Caleb Husted and Phoebe Purdy, both born in Ohio. MRs Phebe Husted married John Champ 12 Sep 1858 in McDonough Co.

posted by David Rigg
Hi Heather, I've had fun adding people to the New Jersey's founder's category.  :-) I married into the Lippincott family, so my husband is your cousin. I hadn't noticed that my tree wasn't viewable. I opened it up, so you should be able to see how you are related now. Carrie
Thanks for the additions to Benjamin Angelo-20. I feel confident that your conjecture on the baptism record is correct and you have extended my paternal line by a generation. I have long thought that Benjamin was the son of Samuel Angelo and Ann (Annika) Cock, who were married at Penn's Neck in 1724, but I had absolutely no sources, before this!
posted by Jim Angelo Jr
You're welcome :) Keep up the great work!
posted by Perry Streeter
Hi, I see that you added the tag "Delaware" for the Delaware Project.

If you are interested in joining the project, please refer to the project page and then go to this G2G post to join (add an answer rather than a comment):


Be sure to specificy that you are joining the Delaware Project.

Please let us know if you have any questions!

SJ - Delaware Project Coordinator

posted by SJ Baty
Hi Heather! I am your 9th cousin. Andrew Newcomb was my 9th great grandfather.
posted by Shelley Montague

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