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Patricia (Long) Kent

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Patricia A. Kent formerly Long
Born 1940s.
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Hi Patricia,

Congratulations on certifying to work on pre-1700 profiles!

It’s very important to read and understand the Help:Pre-1700 Profiles page. These profiles for deep ancestors are shared by many, and collaborating on them works best if we all follow the guidelines laid out on that page.

Primary sources should always be added to pre-1700 profiles at the time they are created. If you don't have a source for a pre-1700 profile, it would be best to ask for help in the G2G forum before creating the profile.

David ~ WikiTree Pre-1700 Greeter

posted by David Selman
Hello Patricia,

Hello!

I noticed that you're working on pre-1700-era profiles such as Benjamin Wilkins (1679-abt.1752). This is a reminder that certifying to work on these types of profiles means that you agree to add valid sources as outlined in the Pre-1700 Certification Quiz.

For pre-1700 profiles, we require more rigorous sources. (See https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:Pre-1700_Profiles#Cite_reliable_sources and https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Reliable_Sources_for_Pre-1700_Profiles.) Those sources must be added at the time that you create the profile.

If you need help with this, our G2G Forum is a great place to start. You can get there by clicking the link on the Help menu. ~ Deb

Sorry Lawrence: I have no hard evidence, such as Birth or Death Certificate. All that I know I have posted to Wikitree. Good luck with your endeavor.
posted by Patricia (Long) Kent
Patricia..

This is Mike Hasenstab.. We are Decendants of Sarah Ford Edson-Williams.. She Married Constant Williams in 1816 in Elizabethtown KY.. Shortly thereafter .. We have Lost what Happened to Get.. We are at this time trying to Prove Her for A Francis Cooke Application to the Mayflower Society.. Also it seems that Her and Constant may have had a Fighter..Margaret.. born in 1816 or 1817.. Any Records that You might have ..Might Help.

Sincerely, Mike Hasenstab..

Hasenstab-19

posted by Lawrence Hasenstab
Wiki shows we are 10th cousins

We also may be related through other lines

Thank you for thanking me. 🙂

posted by Jane (Cournoyer) McNicol
edited by Jane (Cournoyer) McNicol
Hello again Wikitree Community,

The below comment was posted here July 6th, 2022. Patricia did not respond to this comment or post an explanation in Benjamin Gallup's profile as requested. Instead, Patricia deleted the below comment July 15th, 2022 & again, January 28, 2023:

"Hello Patricia,

Rather than provide an answer to my comment in the profile of Benjamin Gallup (Gallup-533), you removed yourself as a profile manager & archived my comment. I've unarchived this comment & will be expecting an explanation for your behavior relative to my July 5th edits in Benjamin's profile, but also why you ignored the comment by archiving it. Very disrespectful behavior on both counts.

Please post a response in Benjamin's profile & please do not send me a private email message.

Thank you,

Nace"

posted by Nace Few
Hello,

I have just sent you a private message and am looking forward to hearing back from you.

David Randall WikiTree Mentor

posted by David Randall
These are two separate John Russells. I have detached Sarah White as spouse from the John Russell who is the son of Thomas and Abigail (Moore) Russell.
posted by Patricia (Long) Kent
Thanks Patricia for helping better & our shared lineage with the merge of Editha Laskin Herrick!
posted by Noa-Charles Heermans
Thank you, Patricia, for creating a profile for my ancestor Albert Clock and noting his marriage to Comfort Clark and the names of their children in the biography.
posted by Lou Nickerson
Looks like we are 10th cousins by Simon Hoyt!

Be well

posted by Leslie Truman
I think I have my Treat connection figured out. Prudence Chester (1666-1727), Chester-18, was my 1st cousin 10x. She married James Treat Jr. (1666-1742), Treat-44. I believe that is my earliest Treat connection. Their children would, of course, be related to me.
posted by Patricia (Long) Kent
Hi! I noticed that you were updating some Treat connections and wondered if we were related through that family. It appears that we are 8th cousins once removed through Samuel Humphrey (1656-1736). I am sure there are other connections as well. New England was a very small place!

Thanks for taking time to update the Treats. If you have Treat connections, let me know. I have applied for a Treat Name Study and am looking for people who might be interested.

Sally

posted by s Davenport
Hello Patricia. From the connection finder I see we share 52 common ancestors in early New England (mostly Mass.). This probably isn't statistically significant but it's uncommon enough to be interesting. :-) Cheers. Leigh Anne
Awesome!

My first ancestors arrived here in 1639, so I feel I am related to half the people in this country. Small gene pool back then.

posted by Patricia (Long) Kent
Hi Patricia, "Congratulations" on receiving the Blue "Generous Genealogist" Badge recently. It is awesome that you are assisting others and contributing over 1,000 entries for several months now. Thank you for all you do on WikiTree. You certainly manage to keep busy!!!
posted by Dorothy Barry
Hi Patricia, I just wanted to say "Congratulations" on becoming one of the newest Red Badged "Generous Genealogist", and also receiving the yellow Family Star. Your dedication to Wikitree has been an asset and great help to us!
posted by Dorothy Barry
wonderful wikitreer
Patricia (Long) Kent is a Wonderful WikiTreer.

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