Jessica Key
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Daniel Mcfatter/McFather/McFadden had a sister named Elizabeth Isabella McFadden/McFatter who married Felix G. Harden 10 Mar 1836 in Stewart County, Georgia. She was born about 1820 sometimes listed in South Carolina and sometimes North Carolina. There is also a James J McFadden/McFadder born about 1824 in South Carolina also listed in Randolph County in the 1864 "Census for Re-Organizing the Georgia Militia".

So, Daniel would be the eldest, then Isabella, Margaret and last James J. McFadder/McFadden. The surname is spelled so many different ways it can get confusing. I am working hard on this family now.

Isabella is my 4x Great grandma.

posted by Anthony Lock Sr.
Hello Anthony,

Which Daniel are you referring to? Daniel was a very common name in all the McFatter/McPhatter branches. Are you referring to this Daniel?

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/McFatter-58

posted by Jessica Key
Hello, thanks for asking. I went ahead and removed myself as profile manager.
posted by Living Notestein
I noted you added Charity (Ellis) Johnson as daughter to George Washington Ellis Ellis-6127. I have merged him with a duplicate and added the mother of Charity to them.
posted by Nancyann Larsen
Wemyss-247 is now open!!

Thanks for the reminder.

RL

Hi Jessica,

I noticed that a while back you connected Mary (Lucy) LeSueur and Arthur LeSueur as spouses. i had put off connecting them because I could not find any actual record, or even indication of a specific date, for their marriage. I take it that you did not find a marriage source either, since you did not add any to the profiles?

Jessuca, thank you so much for adding to Munguía-33. This week she is part of one of our featured profiles (Joan Baez) Gracias!
posted by Maggie N.
Hi Jessica; do you want to take over profile management for Philip K. Dick? Other than being a fan, I have no particular attachment to his profile.
posted by Jillaine Smith
Hi Jessica - see you added Emma Stumbaugh's marriage date. I do have much of the details of this branch in my tree on ancestry.com it just is too large to easily add to Wiki so appreciate the manual additions. What connect might you have to Emma? Thanks Dorann
posted by Dorann Jacobs
Thank you Jessica for your input on Matilda Youell. Any help you could provide regarding, Ernest Wright and/or Olive Crockett will be much appreciated. Many thanks, regards Jerry 🤔🙂
posted by Jerry Brocking
Hi Jessica and thank you for contributing on Swedish profiles.

May I ask you that when you add a source like "Anrep, Gabriel. 'Svenska adelns ättar-taflor utgifna: Graufelt från Dal-Mörner af Tuna', 1864." that a page number is also included so others can see the information as well. Thanks!

posted by Maggie Andersson
jessica As to your comment on Isaac Brock 777. Cannot find notes. But all info I get is from Family Search. Census, Birth, Death records. They combine records from different states.
posted by c Jack
C Jack, FamilySearch trees are not necessarily accurate. Like Ancestry trees, they are user-created, and often not reliable for early generations of a family. Without a primary source (Family Bible, letters, will, deed) I would disconnect Brock-777.
posted by Jessica Key
Ms. Key: Most certainly it is her and her family.

This is the preliminary research I am now working on for Wealthy Louise Duvall. She was born on 15 Jan 1841 to Samuel Devaul (Duval) and Nancy Spence, his second wife (see Duval attachment 1 & 3). The spelling of his last name has been used in two versions as I have shown, with Duval (single “L”) being the most prominent. He was reportedly born in France (see Welthey’s attachment) abt. 1794 and died abt. 1883 in Tyrrell County, North Carolina. Nancy Spence history is unclear at this point but seems to have been born abt. 1804 in North Carolina. They were married 11 Aug 1809 (see attachment). They had three girls as follows: Elizabeth Duvall (abt. 1833 - ?); Sabrey A. Duvall (1839 - ?); Wealthy Louise Duvall (15 Jan 1841 Tyrell County, N.C. – 15 Jun 1918 Elizabeth City, N.C.). Samuel’s children of both marriages, all used Duvall! I hope you will use my preliminary research and improve upon it with additional facts and sources materials.

Note the Census for 1810 for Tyrrell County, North Carolina: Name: Samuel Devaul Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Tyrrell, North Carolina Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1 Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1 Number of Household Members Under 16: 1 Number of Household Members: 3

Respectfully, Calvin “Pop” Davis Williamsburg, Va. 23188

posted by Calvin Davis Jr.
Hi Jessica,

Thanks for reaching out and mentioning your interest in the Martin Guerre case. It is much appreciated. There are no plans by the France project to add profiles for the protagonists at present. These people date back from the very first days of keeping parish registers in France, and very few from that period survive. In other words, there are no sources other than the books written later about the case and I can't find that their family can be traced, not even the descendance of their son Sanxi. This being a genealogy site, I see limited interest in creating profiles that would remain isolated. I would encourage you to make a free-space project of it, if the subjects is of great interest to you. Thanks again, for your comment.

Isabelle

Valentine Clavering Clovis was born (Chorlton upon Medlock,Lancs) as Valentine Clavering Gerald in 1883 to Nita Gerald (a British Actress) who had little to do with him and his upbringing. He was brought up from birth by a Mrs Herriet Bowerbank along with his elder (half) brother Marcus Julian. He changed his name to reflect his father, Louis Clavering Clovis when he was about 18,although the 1901 census incorrectly transcibes his name as Clous. His father who had been classed as illegitimate for most of his short life, died relatively young (35) in 1894, having been legitimized by his father's (Louis Lucien Bonaparte) marriage in 1891 to his long term partner Clemence Richard . Valentine married Elsie Chowns in 1914, in Grimsby, Lincolnshire and they had 4 sons and 2 daughters
posted by Mike Clovis
Hi Jessica - TBH, have NO idea why I even manage that profile - I guess I added myself as a manager this summer (probably to do exactly what you said) and then never did? Looks like Jason Crews had made it Cowell in 2014 and then Gillian Wagenaar had added the Longstreet info in 2017, no idea why she didn't change it at the time. Anyway, I got right on that - thanks for the update!
posted by Liz Marshall
Many thanks for the GRO link for Ellen Bates and Fanny Parkes - brilliant work thank you brilliant

David

posted by David Edis-Bates
Yes that is my Maternal female line Great Grandmother whom I carry my MTDNA of T2b from. Thank you for the info
posted by [Living Bruce]
Jessica, I'm not sure I know what a "Hungary Portal" is, but I'm intrigued by your idea. Is there an example on WikiTree that you can point me at? -- Julia
posted by J Palotay
Hi, Jesica,

I have some of my father's family in Mississippi. His 2nd GGP, John Alexander and Levicy Roebuck, in SC, Lauderdale MS, and Layfette,MS. His mother's gps, Irvin Graham and Elizabeth Graham daughter of Isaac Parker and Mary Nolan in Scott Co. It's taking me a while to list all because I've been working on my DNA matches to try and be sure. Marian

Hi, Cousin Jessica!

I'd love to have you work on Bob Plant's ancestry!!! Thank you.

Jill

posted by Jill (Turkington) Lee
I do not know all I know is his name was Burt Yelton and that is all but he was not married to her mother when her mother had her. Because he was already married and had kids.
posted by [Living Barnett]

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