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Lisa Javorka

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Lisa M. Javorka
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Daughter of [private father (1930s - unknown)] DNA confirmed and [private mother (1930s - unknown)] DNA confirmed
Sister of [private sister (unknown - unknown)], [private brother (unknown - unknown)] and [private brother (1950s - 2010s)]
Mother of [private son (1990s - unknown)] and [private son (1990s - unknown)]
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Account confirmed 6 Jun 2015 | Lisa's 3250 contributions | 145 thank-yous received
Profile last modified | Created 6 Jun 2015
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Categories: En | Sk-0 | Descendant of Edward Elmer of Hartford, CT | New Netherland Settlers Project | William Penn and Early Pennsylvania Settlers Project | 1776 Project | DNA Project.

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Possible direct descendant from Jamestown Burris family - need to connect to Perry family through Mary "Mollie" Burris
Direct descendant from multiple (and confusing) lines
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On 11 Jul 2018 at 19:45 GMT William Foster Jr wrote:

Thanks for the kind words, glad my research has also benefited you through our connection as eighth cousins.

On 4 Jul 2018 at 01:06 GMT Margaret Simons wrote:

This Lisa for pointing out the duplicates in the Daniel Elmer family; I proposed merges for all of them.

On 23 Jul 2017 at 13:12 GMT Karen (Lowe) Tobo wrote:

Lisa, I was thinking of disconnecting Ann Curtis from Robert Shannon as she is buried as Ann Bolton in Philadelphia. Any objections?

On 2 Mar 2017 at 00:55 GMT Lisa Javorka wrote:

Emeline (Benjamin) Ferguson is the furthest mtDNA ancestor of certainty. My maternal haplogroup is U3b.

On 2 Mar 2017 at 00:12 GMT Karen (Lowe) Tobo wrote:

Lisa, thanks for your note! If you'd like, you can put this at the top of your biography to 1) prevent me from forgetting and asking you about this again, and 2) have a handy link to the "Search user languages" function when you need an international research buddy. : )

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On 1 Mar 2017 at 21:14 GMT Karen (Lowe) Tobo wrote:

Lisa, do you speak any Slovak or other languages? Would you check out our languages template and add it to your biography? For example you might add

{{ Languages | en | sk-2 }}

to the top of your biography if you speak English natively and intermediate Slovak, or you could use de-4 to specify near-native German or ru-1 for basic Russian, and so forth up to ten languages. It really helps to know who speaks all the different languages used on WikiTree!


On 15 Dec 2016 at 02:45 GMT Ken Heller wrote:

I think I have begun a pattern of letting the preponderance of documentation I have found allow for the spelling of the name. I don't see the reason to rename a chain of people if there is proof that only one individual used a particular spelling. Lord knows my wife has changed her last name at least once without being married and the spelling of her first name as well.  :)

As to William's parents, which you posted a note about in May, I would be more than happy to review and consider any sources you can provide. I agree that the connection is not the best, but I have not focused on this chain in quite a while either. I look forward to what you can share.


On 15 Dec 2016 at 02:44 GMT Ken Heller wrote:

Hi Lisa - Thanks for your note. And looking at this profile for the first time in many moons I will also try to address the note you left in May that escaped my attention.

In regard to the spelling of the name, with an "s" or without an "s", if you are familiar with the family the "s" seems to come and go over time. I think it was in Cleek's book that I initially read the "s" had been dropped while in Bath County to deconflict a the assumption of a relationship with another neighboring family of the same name. Personally, I'm not wed to the "s" in any way or the other, but I know it persisted well into the early 20th century as the name of my great, great grandmother and her father seemed to use it interchangeably. Having dabbled in genealogy for close to 10 years now,

On 14 Dec 2016 at 13:04 GMT Alycia Keating wrote:

Hi Lisa, the Hendrick Tjerckse DeWitt merge looks like a go!

On 21 May 2016 at 11:45 GMT Ros Haywood wrote:

Don't know if this will be news, but maybe you would like to take a look at my recent G2G post about clipboard managers, (which can certainly speed up entering sources):

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