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Gene Key

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Signed 7 Oct 2012 | 2504 contributions | 8 thank-yous
Dr. Gene C. Key
Born 1940s.
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While doing some housekeeping, I ran across your profile and noticed you have not been active for a number of years. Are you still interested in participating on WikiTree? Please refer to WikiTree’s Collaboration and Honor Code pages. Please respond in 7 days, otherwise, I will follow the procedures for Unresponsive Profile Managers.

Thank you for your past contributions.

posted by Loretta (Leger) Corbin
Hi Gene, It looks like you may have some outstanding merges that need attention. You can find them by following the link at the top of this page under >My Wikitree>Watchlist, then hit the button that says Pending Merges

Thanks for helping with Wikitree

posted by Robin Lee
Hi Gene

Hope you are well, I popped in to say how much we appreciate your contributions to the community's shared tree. I see that you haven't been active on WikiTree for some time. A lot of great and positive changes have happened the community is growing at a rapid rate. We have also expanded things like projects, categories and interest groups so much has happened WikiTree has come a long way since you joined us and we miss our early members

New members and those who have taken a break are asked to view the following

Some great resources for everyone and a great refresher, we hope you might want to check us out again, look forward to hearing from you.

Any question please ask

Best wishes Janet

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
There are still a number of issues in the Plyler Family. Are you still active on WikiTree?
posted by Robin Lee
Thank you, Gene, for the trust list acceptance. I agree, we can't merge Thomas and Eliz Key with Lt. Hugh and his #2 Eliz . . wonder if she could be the "Key"? I'll email you for ideas . . . Many thanks again. BArb
Hey Gene,

Check out this G2G Post: Templeton's Name Study



posted by Mags Gaulden
Please change your privacy level to "Private with Public Family Tree" to allow your Y-DNA results to be associated with your direct paternal line.

Thanks and sincerely, Peter

posted by Peter Roberts

I see you have entered a John Scott Singleton with no other information. My great grandfather was John Scott Singleton. He was born in Manchester in 1852 although his parents Robert Peter Singleton and Harriet Matilda White lived in the East End of London -they may have been visiting as his father was from there- and John spent his life in the London area and died in Ealing in 1921 could this be the same John Scott Singleton?

posted by Jen (Biggs) Medway
Hi! I see where you have uploaded your DNA for comparison. Did you know we have a project for DNA where a lot of great new things are happening? If you are interested and would like to check it out, go to the FIND link top right of your profile page, select PROJECTS from the drop down box, and then select the link for the DNA project. It has information listed that might be of interest to you, and feel free to contact any of the members if you would like additional details.
I noticed you have a Stephanie Turner and Jennifer Turner born in the 70s. I have 2 cousins with those names born in the 70s that are sisters. I don't know enough about them or their middle names, but they live in Missouri and their father is my dad's older brother. His name is Jay Turner and he was born in Michigan. I don't know who their mother was. Jennifer has a daughter named Jessica. Any connection?
posted by Callie Turner
I see you have a Gerald Slott in your tree; any connections to South Dakota Slotts from Denmark?

Mary Ellen

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