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Jeff Johnson

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Signed 2 Jun 2012 | 7847 contributions | 102 thank-yous
Jeff Johnson
Born 1960s.
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Are you still active on this site? You're the manager of a number of profiles I'd like trusted access for (more fixes than just plain merges)

HI Jeff, Just wondering if you plan to come back to WikiTree? You have some merges that need your attention.
posted by Robin Lee
Seems Simon de Abendaño's parents are actually unknown:

In the records relating to the colonists that came to New Mexico in 1600, Juan López Holguín (ONMF: 81), native of Fuenteovejuna and a son of Juan López Villasaña, is also named as Juan López Villasaña. There is a record that names his wife as Catalina de Villanueva and his two daughters as María Ortiz and Anna Ortiz. Together, this family arrived at Oñate's colony in New Mexico on Christmas Eve of 1600. María Ortiz became the wife of Simón de Abendaño (ONMF: 1), a native of Ciudad Rodrigo, Castilla. This corrects a long-standing assumption that considered Simón de Abendaño to be a son of Juan López Holguín. - José Antonio Esquibel Source: George P. Hammond and Agapito Rey, eds., Don Juan de Oñate, Colonizer of New Mexico, 1595-1628

Hi Jeff,

My name is Lu Arevalo and as I am new to Wikitree I have been enjoying the discovery of possible more ancestors,. It seems we may have a common ancestor in my tree I have JUANA DeMOINDRAGON who married DOMINGO DeOCANTO ( born 1634 in Nuevo Leon, Mx) but she seems to be listed as DeOTON. Per my searching they had a daughter MARGARITA DeOTON born1645 in New Mexico and died 1693 in New Mexico, I suspect my ancestor Margarita may have been a sister of your ancestor SEBASTIAN MONDRAGON born 1620 New Mexico. Let me know what you think.

Hi Jeff,

as indicated in my note on, there appears to be some odd edits that have been done....can I help?

posted by Robin Lee
Hello Jeff, could you change the privacy level of this profile to Open please. Although there are no dates, he is much older than 200 years. Thank you
posted by John Atkinson

thanks for the response....

posted by Carlos deHerrera

My name is Randy Maestas how does Masset become mestas and do you know how to verify the actual birth name and father?

posted by Randy Maestas
6,045 contributions?!?! That's phenomenal, Jeff! Way to go...

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posted by Crystal McCann

Rejected matches › Jeff JohnsonJeff R. Johnson

Jeff is 24 degrees from Alicia Taylor, 20 degrees from Henry VIII of England and 36 degrees from Rembrandt van Rijn on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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