Cara Kajewski
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Cara Kajewski

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Cara M. Kajewski
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Hi Cara, welcome to the Australia Project. We are delighted to have you in the project. To keep up with discussions relevant to Australia, add Australia to the tags you follow.

Look forward to working with you,

Gillian, co-Leader, Australia Project

posted by Gillian Thomas
Hi Cara,

I guess you have read the Australian Wikitree page:

I am interested in the different reasons German families left Prussia.

Kind regards, Steve Thomas - Team leader of Prussian Settlement in Australia.

posted by Steve Thomas
Hi Steve - Thanks for getting in touch. Yes, it’s probably my focus area as majority of my roots are Prussian. My ancestors settled in the Darling Downs - namely Goombungee and Glencoe - I am hoping to start writing some free space pages for these areas to tie back into this page :)
posted by Cara Kajewski
Hi Cara, there is a glitch in the Wikitree notification system I should have been advised when you replied, but I wasn't. If you ever expect a response from me, post a comment on my profile page Thomas-29419.

I am curious whether the Prussians who settled the Darling Downs came from a particular region or Province. Your G2G question about Baalau grabbed my attention. I don't often see references to locations that far East, deep inside modern Poland. I speculate that the nineteenth century was a period of rising nationalism. Polish and German speaking families might have comfortable living next to each other around 1800, but life might have got more uncomfortable towards 1900. An opportunity to leave and migrate to Australia would be more tempting. If I am talking absolute rubbish, then please advise me. :)

posted by Steve Thomas
edited by Steve Thomas
Hi Cara,

Welcome back to the Germany Project! I've awarded you a project member badge. When you have a chance, please do the following:

1. Read the main Germany Project Page ( to familiarize yourself with what we do.

2. Add GERMANY to your list of followed G2G tags, so you can follow what the project is working on (see Help:Tags:

3. Submit a join request to our Google Group (, where our project communicates. **Please make sure to add your name and WikiTree ID** to the request so we can get you set up.

4. Join a Team: I added you to our Prussia team. On our main project page, we have listed several teams that cover regional, functional, historical and migrational interests. If you're interested in any other teams, simply post a comment on the Team page to join whichever team suits you.

We look forward to working with you! Please feel free to contact me with any questions any time.

Thanks! Traci Thiessen ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi Cara,

I would like to know if the Doring's in your Watchlist are actualy spelled with a 'o' or should it be a 'ö' on the asci code, ö = alt+0246 . Thank you, Callie.

posted by Callie Scheepers
Thanks Callie, it’s actually both plus Doering too. My ancestors dropped the umlaut upon immigration to Australia but depending on the source tit appears in multiple ways. My closest ancestors are Doring however.
posted by Cara Kajewski
Hey Cara,

Noticed on the Australian Project Page that you were interested in getting a project going for Aboriginal terminology. Still interested? Be great to have this as a sub project of the Indigenous Australians Project.

Give me a shout,


posted by Mags Gaulden
I have taken over Longworth-3 and father to try help with orphans and to get into US geneology.
posted by Cara Kajewski

Welcome to WikiTree! I am your WikiTree Mentor. If you need help, check out our help index. If you need more help, leave a message on my profile page and I will be glad to assist you!


posted by Paula J
Congratulations for signing the Honor Code ?


posted by Guy Constantineau
Hello Cara I have added the Anzac Badge to your profile thank you for joining the project Terry
posted by Terry Wright
Hello again,

Thank you for volunteering to help grow our World Wide Family Tree! You are now a member of the WikiTree Community. Please note we are trying to build one Collaborative Tree with one profile per person, so it is important to ensure no duplicates are entered as you add any Profiles to WikiTree. Everything on the site is a collaborative work in progress so don’t forget to read and sign our Honor Code. ( This is what keeps WikiTree a polite, friendly and helpful community. We have many hospitable, enthusiastic members from all over the world, so always feel free to ask if you have any questions. I hope you have a wonderful experience on our site, Don

posted by [Living Stone]
Hi all,

Adding my name to hopefully volunteer for the project. Have been playing with my family tree for a few years and one day hope to really spend some proper time on it. For now I would love to share and link in where appropriate. Cheers!

posted by Cara Kajewski

I noticed you uploaded a GEDCOM. The help pages give lots of information about the process, but I recommend starting with 'Before you import a GEDCOM' ( Another very helpful link, a step-by-step process, which includes screen-shots is ( Best of luck! Don

posted by [Living Stone]
Hi, Cara, and welcome to WikiTree!

We're growing a FREE worldwide family tree, striving for ONE collaborative profile for every person. If you'd like to help us by adding your family branches or help to grow the tree in some other way, please select the volunteer button and leave a statement, here on your profile, informing us of your interest in our project. Our help pages, top right, have all sorts of useful information, and always feel free to ask questions at our G2G Forum ( Our Honor Code ( is a very important part of why our community is such a friendly place to grow your family tree. I sincerely hope you'll join us! Happy researching, Don

posted by [Living Stone]