Retired amateur family genealogist. Born in Southern Oregon and served in the USAF for 8 years during the Vietnam War era.
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My line includes several ancestors who fought in the War of Independence, Washington, Sackett, Lyon. I am presently working on Mexican-American War identifying profiles, adding profiles, and writing bios. Thank you very much! Scott Lee
8 year veteran of Vietnam era. Served in Turkey during Cold War; Served in Japan during Vietnam War at 20th Casualty Staging Unit; Independent Duty Medical Tech.; Mother-in-law is from Mexico; Wife is half Spanish-Italian. Would love to join the group and get acquainted with the Mexican-American War; My third great-grandfather, James Archibald Steele, took part in the march under Colonel Doniphan's command from St. Louis, MO. to Mexico. I love history!
Lots of notables in my family lines. Presently building profile for Major General Thomas Sidney Jesup, Quartermaster General, et al. Connecting General Jesup's wife Lucy Clark, my 1st cousin 6x removed to her brothers, William Clark, Explorer, and George Rogers Clark, Conqueror of the Northwest.
As many of us do, I have several presidents in my lines. I have always known that George Washington was a cousin as I have a letter written by a relative back in 1897 showing that George was my 8th cousin. Many folks were investigating their relationship to Joseph Ball at that time so they could get in on his estate, which was quite large. However, after starting to research my ancestors, a 4th cousin contacted me and told me that the family tree in my letter was false. Boy oh boy, all those
Working on Mexican-American War adding profiles and writing biographies; including Civil War; I am a 8 year veteran serving during the Cold War at remote Turkey communications site and during the Vietnam War, served at the 20th Casualty Staging Unit at Yokota Air Base; Independent Duty Medical Technician.
Studying the conflicts of the Mexican-American War and it's effect on the Southwest; Civil War, and all of U.S. History. Interested in the history of California. I have a major in East Asian Studies from Tokyo, Japan.
Scott Lee's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Scott or other
carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Scott:
AncestryDNA, GEDmatch 9350446, Ancestry member dslcards1
I haven't heard from you in a while. I just wanted to let you know that our HIBBARD FAMILY has produced 15 of our 45 U.S. Presidents by direct bloodlines. I find that really exciting.
Evelyn Murray McKelvey
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