Karen J. Lowe
Born 1970s.
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Karen created 157 new profiles during the February 2021 US Black Heritage Connecting Challenge.
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Karen Lowe participated with The Tidying Tornadoes during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon.

Biography

Karen Lowe is the daughter of James Edward Lowe[1] and Carolyn Sue Groomer.[2]

Digital Afterlife (thanks to Mags)

In the event of my death, I would like all of my private profiles to be managed by a WikiTree member at the discretion of the WikiTree leadership.

Sources

  1. Paternal relationship confirmed by a full sibling match between Karen Lowe (GEDmatch M142637) and Raymond Lowe (GEDmatch F412396) along with a y-DNA match between Raymond and C. Lowe.
  2. Parents are confirmed on Karen's birth certificate in my possession. And plus, you know, they were my mom and dad.

Paternal line DNA matches

  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Darwin Wingo, her 1st cousin . Their most-recent common ancestors are Harvey Lowe and Birdie Butler, the grandparents of Karen Lowe and grandparents of Darwin Wingo. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: Close Family, based on sharing 872 cM (11.689%) across 37 segments.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Charles Botts, her 1st cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Thomas Low and Annie Brown, the great grandparents of Karen Lowe and grandparents of Charles Botts. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: Close Family, based on sharing 520 cM (6.971%) across 24 segments.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Everett Goad, her 1st cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Thomas Low and Annie Brown, the great grandparents of Karen Lowe and grandparents of Everett Goad. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 1st – 2nd Cousin, based on sharing 522 cM (6.997%) across 20 segments.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Regina Goad, her 2nd cousin . Their most-recent common ancestors are Thomas Low and Annie Brown, the great grandparents of Karen Lowe and great grandparents of Regina Goad. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 265 cM (3.552%) across 9 segments.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Kathleen Byrge, her 1st cousin 2x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are William Low and Juda Byrge, the great great grandparents of Karen Lowe and grandparents of Kathleen Byrge. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 298 cM (3.995%) across 14 segments.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by an autosomal AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Travis Decker, her 2nd cousin . Their most-recent common ancestors are Thomas Low and Annie Brown, the great grandparents of Karen Lowe and great grandparents of Travis Decker. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 129 cM across 10 segments.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by an autosomal AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Susan King, her half 1st cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestor is Malinda Jeffers, the great grandparents of Karen Lowe and grandmother of Susan King. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 115 cM across 5 segments.

Maternal line DNA matches:

  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by a 141 cM 23andMe match and identical mtDNA haplogroup U5a1a between Karen Lowe GEDmatch M142637 and Karl Sanders, her maternal second cousin.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Peggy Groomer, her aunt. Their most-recent common ancestors are Norris Groomer and Alma Daily, the grandparents of Karen Lowe and parents of Peggy Groomer. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: Close Family, based on sharing 2041 cM (27.359%) across 47 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and David Groomer, her 1st cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Frederick Groomer and Mabel Kimmel, the great grandparents of Karen Lowe and grandparents of David Groomer. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: Close Family, based on sharing 702 cM (9.41%) across 20 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Elsie Hall, her 1st cousin 2x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Isaac Hall and Mary Monroe, the great great grandparents of Karen Lowe and grandparents of Elsie Hall. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 217 cM (2.909%) across 11 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Joy Hall, her 2nd cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Isaac Hall and Mary Monroe, the great great grandparents of Karen Lowe and great grandparents of Joy Hall. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 179 cM (2.399%) across 6 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Jama Lippoldt, her 2nd cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Irvin Daily and Mary Barfield, the great great grandparents of Karen Lowe and great grandparents of Jama Lippoldt. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 136 cM (1.823%) across 9 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an autosomal AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Beta (Clark) Walker, her 2nd cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Isaac Hall and Mary Monroe, the great great grandparents of Karen Lowe and great grandparents of Beta (Clark) Walker. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 128 cM across 8 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Lynne Ingersoll, her half 2nd cousin . Their most-recent common ancestor is Louis Daily, the great grandfather of Karen Lowe and great grandfather of Lynne Ingersoll. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 104 cM (1.394%) across 4 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Deborah Price, her half 2nd cousin . Their most-recent common ancestor is Louis Daily, the great grandparents of Karen Lowe and great grandfather of Deborah Price. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 97 cM (1.3%) across 3 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Tracy Drake, her 3rd cousin . Their most-recent common ancestors are Isaac Hall and Mary Monroe, the great great grandparents of Karen Lowe and great great grandparents of Tracy Drake. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 2nd – 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 97 cM (1.3%) across 5 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Cheryl Hall, her 2nd cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Isaac Hall and Mary Monroe, the great great grandparents of Karen Lowe and great grandparents of Cheryl Hall. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 4th – 6th Cousin, based on sharing 63 cM (0.845%) across 4 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and William Ingersoll, her 2nd cousin . Their most-recent common ancestor is Louis Daily, the great grandfather of Karen Lowe and great grandfather of William Ingersoll. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 4th – 6th Cousin, based on sharing 51 cM (0.684%) across 4 segments.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by an autosomal AncestryDNA test match between Karen Lowe and Patrick Hall, her 3rd cousin . Their most-recent common ancestors are Isaac Hall and Mary Monroe, the great great grandparents of both Karen Lowe and Patrick Hall. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 3rd cousin, based on sharing 42 cM across 4 segments. Karen is the daughter of Carolyn Groomer who is the great granddaughter of the common ancestors Isaac Hall & Mary Monroe.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Karen or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA. Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
  • Karen Lowe: Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test HVR1 and HVR2, haplogroup U5a1a2b, FTDNA kit #248358, MitoYDNA ID T11992 [compare]
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Hello Karen,

The April 2022 Connect-a-Thon is about a week away. It will be from Apr 22-25, 2022. Would you like to participate with the Tree Nuts Team again in this Thon? If you would like to join us, be sure and ANSWER the G2G sign up post. Click ‘Answer this post’ and mention that you want to be on the Tree Nuts team!

We hope you can join us!

Robin

P.S. For this event, ‘connecting’ means that you use the add links on a profile created before 22 April to create profiles for parents, siblings, spouses, and children. The goal is not to connect to the main tree, but to add as many linked profiles as possible.

posted by Robin (Dodge) Shaules
Hi Karen-

A few weeks ago I sent you an email about a profile you manage for William Henry Nuby (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Nuby-3). My research, with sources added to his profile, shows that his LNAB was Mundell and that Nuby was the name of his step-father. It looks like the marriage record you had for him is pretty much the only record where he used the surname Nuby - all his other records used Mundell. So, I think his LNAB should be changed to Mundell, but only a profile manager can do that. When you get a chance, please take a look at his profile and let me know what you think. Thanks!

posted by Christy Melick
Thank you for again contributing to the Sourcerers Challenge in February!

Nan, WikiTree Appreciation team

posted by Nan (Lambert) Starjak
Karen,

Thank you for contributing to the January 2022 Sourcerers Challenge! As you know, every source added to an unsourced profile improves our One Tree. Thank you for taking time from your own family history to help others.

Nan, WT Appreciation Team

posted by Nan (Lambert) Starjak
Thank you for joining the January USBH Connecting Challenge, Karen, and helping us create 8294 new profiles. Our new total is 82166

We’ve started the February challenge here: February Connecting Challenge.

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Karen, Thank you for joining the December USBH Connecting Challenge and helping us create 10523 new profiles. We met our goal of creating 50,000 new profiles in 2021!

We’ve started the January challenge here: January Connecting Challenge. We are working toward a goal of 150,000 total profiles in 2022.

50 Profiles
Karen Lowe created 73 new profiles during the December 2021 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Karen,

Thank you for your contributions to the December 2021 Sourcerers Challenge! As you know, every source added to an unsourced profile improves our One Tree. Thank you for taking time from your own family history to help others.

Nan, WT Appreciation Team

posted by Nan (Lambert) Starjak
Would you be able to add H1b to the MtDNA haplogroups? Thank you.

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:MtDNA_Haplogroup_H

posted by Beryl Meehan
Beryl, I see that category already exists:

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:MtDNA_Haplogroup_H1b

posted by Karen Lowe
Hi,

I doing the semi-annual check-in with all project members and I would like to verify that you’re still interested in being a member of the wonderful Tree Hugger Project / Appreciation Team. Please respond by private message and let me know. If you are not yet in the Google group where members communicate with each other, please sign up here: https://groups.google.com/g/wikitree-appreciation

Since I also want to update the task list at the same time, see it here and let me know in your reply which task(s) you are particularly interested in: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Appreciation_Team:_List_of_Tasks

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all your hard work. If you have any questions, please ask. We would also love to hear any feedback you may have for the project. I look forward to hearing from you soon! Dieter ~ Tree Hugger / Appreciation Team Project co-leader

posted by Dieter Lewerenz
Hi Karen,

Hope you are doing well! I was wondering if you could show me or teach me or send me a link on how to format your profile and organize your profile as you have done for yourself! I would so appreciate the help or any advice or any tools thank you!

posted by Emily (Cole) Ledford
Hi Karen. I just wanted to say a big thank you for working on my ancestors this week during the WikiTree Challenge. We are related to Mercy Prence.
posted by Roberta Estes
Hello Karen, I am still learning WikiTree. I am wondering if you would mind me adding and correcting some of the Mathes family info on WikiTree. You if I remember right have listed Enoch Mathes 318 son of William Mathes 447? Or should I add then later someone can merge? Thank You Cousin Debbie Freeman
posted by Debbie Freeman
Debbie, I hope you'll add your Mathes folks directly to the existing profiles. There's no need to add duplicates and merge. I'm glad you're here!

Please do send the "Trusted List Request" for folks where you'll want to be notified of changes. I'd be happy to share management of the profiles or just pass them to you. Being new and learning your way around is great, and I know I make mistakes all the time myself. :-)

posted by Karen Lowe
Hello Karen, I hopefully did it correctly. William Mathes (Mathes 447) has been updated. Probate Source, Civil War Pension, source mentioned. Lists of known spouses, and children etc. My ancestor one of his daughters Sarah connected. I do wonder though on the parents listed. I do not know if that is correct. The spouse originally known is unknown to me but I could easily see that we missed one. Feedback is good. Thank You. Cousin Debbie Freeman
posted by Debbie Freeman
Dear Karen,

The 1870 census you just posted to Cornelia Preston McDonald is appreciated. I have found this record on my Ancestry and worked out a Hypothetical tree on her William son...who is born different than mine. This William would have been born in 1859 vs mine 1865. In addition, I worked a hypothetical tree on that William in this 1870 Census and it does not work out to have the correct family as mine...(his wife and kids). Maybe there is not something I am considering? Thank you so much for your time.

posted by Donna (Angel) DeMarco
Donna, I'm sorry these folks are so elusive! I actually just reformatted the census record that was already there, and linked Cornelia's profile to your G2G post.

You might like to change her Last Name at Birth to Preston and move Presson to Other Last Names so that she will turn up in search results for those names. Right now you'd need to search for "Preston Presson" or "Preston*" to find her.

posted by Karen Lowe
Thank you again Karen. I will do your suggestion. The reason I did put Preston (is because that is listed on son's death certificate)...but also Presson is because in our family's various dna kits we have Preston and Presson dna matches, but have not been able to connect any of them so far. I have worked hundreds of hypothetical tree's on Cornelia, her husband William? and her son William. Thank you so much for your help! I agree it would be great if this were the right Cornelia...but it is not working out for my relative William the son. I wonder if I should be considering my William as another from affair or something? lol.
posted by Donna (Angel) DeMarco
Karen,

Thank you for joining the May Connecting Challenge and helping us create 3726 new profiles!

We’ve started the June challenge here: June Connecting Challenge

100 Profiles
Karen created 105 new profiles during the May 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Hi Karen,

I saw that line of Whittens you added. Great -- perfect -- profiles (not that I'm surprised, since it's you).

Chris

posted by Chris Whitten
Hi Karen,

I have not yet found anything on this profile. I will continue to work on it and will post anything new on the G2G post and in a message box on the profile for collaboration. Thanks for working to hard on this profile!!!

posted by Paula J
Hi Karen,

I have not been able to find anything new on the profile you are working on here. During the pandemic, I have had much longer work hours, plus my research partner now been out sick. He is much better at tracking down these old records from unindexed images. We will work on this more but I wanted to let you know I haven’t forgotten about it. You have a great deal of research posted. I can tell you that we solve these mysteries usually by looking at collateral lines. Court documents where the person has been a witness also are helpful. I will keep working on this. I posted this in our requests for help on the SC project page.

posted by Paula J
edited by Paula J
Karen, I think I am registered for this week's challenge for Cheri but I don't see my name on the google sheet. Michelle Enke Enke-19.
posted by Michelle Enke
Thank you for joining the March Connecting Challenge and helping us create 3850 profiles!

We’ve started the April challenge here: April Connecting Challenge and we're now on the challenge tracker, so keeping track will be so much faster!

50 Profiles
Karen created 69 new profiles during the March 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Hi,

The Germany Project Leaders are doing their semi-annual check-in with all project members and we want to verify that you’re still interested in being a member of the Project. Please respond by private message and let me know.

REMINDER: add GERMANY to your followed G2G tags so you don't miss any discussions in G2G (see: Help:Tags#How_to_follow_tags Help:Tags).

Are you currently working with one of our Sub-projects or Teams? If not, take a look at our main Project page for a full list. We recently launched a new Profile Improvement Team and are seeking new team members. Let me know if you’re interested.

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all your hard work. If you have any questions, please ask. We would also love to hear any feedback you may have for the project.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Traci ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Traci, the Profile Improvement Team is the right place for me. Thanks!
posted by Karen Lowe
That would be AWESOME!! I'm so excited to have you join us. I'll get back to you in a few days, after these check-ins slow down. Thanks Karen!
posted by Traci Thiessen
Karen,

Thank you for joining our first ever Connecting Challenge and helping us create 2729 profiles by adding 157!

You can add the participation sticker to your profile if you’d like. Connecting Challenge Stickers

We’ve started the March challenge here: March Connecting Challenge

Emma

100 Profiles
Karen created 100 new profiles during the February 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.
50 Profiles
Karen created 50 new profiles during the February 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.
Hey Karen!

I am so glad that you've been participating in the WikiTree Challenge. You contribute at such a high level. You're really making a difference -- making WikiTree look good.

Chris

posted by Chris Whitten
Hi Karen, I appreciate any and all additional contributions you can make to honor our ancestors. I have posted many new profiles from the Wurttemberg area of Germany hoping that others will add to them and possibly find a family member. Thank you. Pete.
posted by Peter Pfister Sr.
Hi Karen,

I just approved your proposed merge of Галицкая-1 and Romanovna-3. If/when the other PM approves this we'll need to make sure the mythical given name of 'Maria' doesn't work its way back into this profile.

All the best, Kelsey

Hi Karen

Thank You! for adding to my Hitchman line !

Jo-Anne

You're welcome! I saw them on a line from, hmm, someone to someone (I forgot!) and saw an empty spot in the ancestor chart.
posted by Karen Lowe
Hi Karen,

Thanks for adding estimated dates for profiles like Goerd Holthausen (abt.1660-).

When you do so, please add a = = Research Notes = = entry explaining the basis for the estimate so we have a record of your thought process.

-William

posted by William Foster Jr
Good reminder, William! I added a note for Goerd.
posted by Karen Lowe
My mother’s family was from Camuy and Quebradillas
Hello Karen,

The Appreciation Team Leaders are completing the six-month check in with all team members. Thank you for all your work thanking and appreciating WikiTree members.

I see you are signed up for: Surnames https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Appreciation_Team:_List_of_Tasks

Please let me know if you are happy with your current task, if you wish to do something additional or different, or if the Appreciation Team is no longer something you can keep up with. Thank you again on behalf of all the Project Leaders for everything you do.

Emma :-)

I added you to Melvin Ballard’s trusted list
posted by Lolo Wagner
How exactly do I use this to find relatives, I'm new and really curious but having a tough time navigating the site... Any help is gladly appreciated!!!
posted by Erik Haynes
Thank you for the kind and generous welcome Karen.
posted by S (Oder) Beorn
Hi, Karen.

Just a note to say hello.

I"m rather new to WikiTree (but have worked on my family's genealogy for decades), and was working on my mother's side for a bit today. Looks like we are connecting through the Thompson line. (I linked my great-great-great-grandmother Nancy Duncan Thompson Allen to her first husband Andrew Thompson, which is one of the profiles you've created). (Very interesting to see his father listed as "Clairborn" Harmon Thompson; I only previously had him in my data as Harmon Thompson).

I ran a one-to-one comparison of your GEDmatch kit number against mine and it's showing we have a 17.9 cM match on chromosome 10. Anyway, it's always nice to "meet" a new cousin online!

Take care,

John C. Carter - [email address removed]

posted by John Carter
edited by John Carter
Thank you for checking my work and helping my tree!
posted by Nathan Grajek
Congrats, Karen, on registering your One Name Study with the Guild! Just noticed in the New registration ~ https://one-name.org/recent-study-registrations/
posted by Maggie N.
why did you remove the proposed match of Sims' 2589 and 3645. They are the same person.

Jim Sims

posted by James Sims
Jim, because they are the same person I wanted us to merge them and not just match them. Thanks!
posted by Karen Lowe
I am somewhat confused. Both words start with a "m" and have five letters and the difference in meaning must be very subtle and that difference eludes me. I agree they should forever be as one.
posted by James Sims
Hello and Happy New Year!

Thank you for all you've done here. I believe Gimbel-28 is David Gimbel, twin of Peter. David died on 7 Jul 1957 from cancer at the age of 29. Here is an obituary for him:

https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=itYeAAAAIBAJ&sjid=D04EAAAAIBAJ&pg=3786%2C1560231

"Connecticut, World War II Draft Registration Cards,1940-1945," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2CR-ZB8R : 14 August 2019), David Alva Gimbel, 14 Feb 1946; records extracted by FamilySearch and images digitized by Ancestry; citing Draft Registration, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States, "Draft Registration Cards for Connecticut, 10/16/1940 – 3/31/1947," NAID 7644724. Records of the Selective Service System, 1926 - 1975, RG 147. National Archives and Records Administration at St. Louis, Missouri, n.d.

Sincerely, Lincoln Lowery

posted by Lincoln Lowery
Thanks for making me a full member.
Not a problem, Karen. I did that with the Rangers and Greeters on Thursday, so I'm paying my penance LOL
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Thank you for all your help.
posted by [Living Lowe]
Hello Karen,

I want to know exactly what adding someone to the "Trusted List" means regarding the following questions:

1) Will they be able to make changes ONLY to the profile I add them under, or does It mean they will be able to change any profile that I am managing for Wikitree?

2) If it means they're only able to manage the profile I've added them under, will they also be able to add any unknown spouses and children, that would be descendants of that profile as well.

To put it into a different (and more personal) perspective: Can I make certain of my relatives co-managers of their own profiles (and of any children they may wish to add), without any concerns of them possibly making changes to other profiles I am managing which aren't even their relatives? "Family badges"?

posted by Daniel Sedory
Laurel Groove Cemetery was in use and Moses and his last wife are buried there but not Rosie Jane Duncan. I have searched other states . Everything about burial takes you to the other Rosa Jane.
posted by [Living Lowe]
I have searched for hours and I can’t find the correct burial information on Rosie Braden Duncan, first wife of Moses Smith Duncan. Ellen Duncan Webb’s mother.
posted by [Living Lowe]
Moses was my great grandfather and his name is Moses Smith Duncan, my information is correct as I grew up with these people and know them and their history well. There was a merge done with Larry Maggart and the connection to Florida may have crossed over with his information. Corrections on his end had to be done before it could merge as he had the wrong names for the parents and only one wife.
posted by [Living Lowe]
Hi Karen, thanks for the welcome! Happy to be on wikitree.
posted by [Living Ibison]
Hi Karen,

I wanted to ask you about naming conventions for Hispanic last names (in my case Mexican). From what I'm seeing in the public comments here https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Spanish_Naming_conventions#LAST_NAME_AT_BIRTH and the small tests I've made so far, the convention breaks the search functionality, e.g. searching for <first name> <paternal last name> only doesn't work right. Is this still the recommended way of adding Hispanic last names in 2019?

This seems like it would be more likely someone won't find my ancestor unless they include both last names just like I entered them. I've found a couple of discussions in G2G but a bit old, so I thought I'd ask to see if this is still the right way to do it.

Thank you!

posted by A. Ortega
Thank you so much for adding me as a full member to WikiTree and your support offer! This is really, really kind! You made my day!

Stefan Jung

posted by Stefan Jung