Attended LSU-New Orleans School of Medicine, received MD. Moved to Durham, North Carolina, USA in 1997. Residency in Internal Medicine at University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) Hospital. Practiced primary care in Durham for 4 years, before returning to UNC to receive a Master's degree in Public Health, a Master's degree in City and Regional Planning, and a second residency in Preventive Medicine.
Local historian, and creator of the websites Endangered Durham (now inactive,) Open Durham, and Open Orange - repositories of local history told via the architecture (past and present) of the cities/towns. Like Wikitree but for buildings.
Real estate development executive, formerly CEO of Scientific Properties in Durham, NC and now principal of Eidetic Development, LLC.
Married - he, his wife, and son reside in Hillsborough, North Carolina, USA
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On 28 Oct 2018 at 00:53 GMT L. (Blackburn) Roller wrote:
On 24 Oct 2018 at 12:29 GMT Andrew Kent wrote:
On 5 Oct 2018 at 20:58 GMT Kristina Wheeler wrote:
This one stayed in DeKalb, so if yours ended up in Macon - likely not the same person - but likely related somewhere.
He's a collateral line that is the husband of my first cousin 3 times removed and part of a very large very messy DeKalb convoluted disaster..that even the chance of DNA sorting things out is dicey..
My suggestion si that perahps we split them up, since there is doubt - put Johnetta with the new one and then add them as unmerged matches and then as we work through trees and can definitivley say one way or the other we do a final solution.. with notes on both profiles so others know off the start.
On 1 Oct 2018 at 21:32 GMT Abby (Brown) Glann wrote:
On 29 Sep 2018 at 17:29 GMT C. Mackinnon wrote:
On 24 Sep 2018 at 04:06 GMT Rita Carpenter wrote:
Thanks for looking at a merge for Amasa Piper. I believe we may be looking at 2 or 3 different Amasa Pipers. My ability to research 18th century ancestors is limited, but since I uploaded my tree I have come to believe Amasa Piper, b. 1777, spouse of Margery Reed. was the son of Abel Piper and Sibyl Sawyer, not Amasa Sr. The Amasa born in 1780 was likely the son of Amasa Sr. and Artemas. Looking at Ancestry trees, they are split between these two scenarios for Amasa b. 1777, the father of Sarah Sawyer Piper. I'm late to correct this on WikiTree, and will detach my Amasa from Amasa Sr. and his spouse, Artemas. There is a lot of uncertainty here. Checking gedmatch.com, we don't have shared DNA, but at this level of remoteness, absence is meaningless. Many thanks for the nudge!
On 3 Sep 2018 at 15:12 GMT Jacqueline Girouard wrote:
On 3 Sep 2018 at 13:44 GMT Jacqueline Girouard wrote:
On 19 Jul 2018 at 06:35 GMT Joseph T. Cash wrote:
On 19 Jul 2018 at 05:20 GMT Joseph T. Cash wrote: