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Marlene Marx

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Miss Marlene A. Marx
Born 1980s.
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Marx-276 created 26 Dec 2013 | Last modified | Last edit: 31 Jul 2017
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Categories: South African Roots | German Roots | Marx Name Study | Anglo Boer War Projectmembers | South African Roots Project | German Roots Project | En | Af-4.

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Another project I am very excited about
Trying to find more information on the Bartons in South Africa.
I am the Co-ordinator for the German Roots Project. It is a project I am very passionate about and would love to see grow in the future.
Go Greeters!!
Trying to find more information on the Haywards in South Africa
I am trying to find more information about the Janse van Rensburg family in South Africa
I am trying to find more information about the Marx family in South Africa.
Go Mentors!!
I am focussing my One-Name-Study on the MARX surname and welcome all that would like to take part and positively contribute
Trying to find more information on the Sequiera/Sequeira family in South Africa.
Trying to find more information on the Sequiera/Sequeira family in South Africa.
Excited about joining this project. Cannot wait to see what it brings.


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On 31 Jul 2017 at 08:09 GMT Zsolt Sztakó wrote:

Hi, Marlene!

Thanks so much for welcoming me to! Am glad that I registered on and I vait here so much inspiritativ moment.

On 30 Jul 2017 at 13:10 GMT Joey Warren wrote:

Thanks for your welcome. Sorry to say I have given up on finding ancestors. I found through various articles and first hand written accounts that my 3x great grandfather was not a Warren, but a Haynes. He took on the name from his step father. I was hoping for a direct descendancy, but alas it was not to be. But I have to say it was exciting and interesting for a while. Thanks.

On 30 Jul 2017 at 06:34 GMT Irene (Hewson) Marquez wrote:

Hi, Marlene!

Thanks so much for welcoming me to! I look forward to helping out and finding more of my own roots as well!


On 30 Jul 2017 at 04:59 GMT Anne Langley wrote:

Thank you for your greeting.

On 28 Jul 2017 at 04:19 GMT Kieran Fischer wrote:

Hey, I'm a part of the German Roots project, and I was wondering if I could coordinate a Black Sea German sub-project. Who do I talk to to set that up? You or the Project leader. Ms. Clark? What do I have to do to start on this? Thanks!

On 27 Jul 2017 at 16:34 GMT Glen Campbell wrote:

Thanks for the welcome -- I'm working on building out profiles for my immediate family, and will eventually connect my great-great grandfather to an existing profile, which allows us to track our ancestors back to Scotland in the 1600s. So far, so good.

On 27 Jul 2017 at 15:05 GMT Jason Jones wrote:

Hi Marlene. Thanks for checking in. All is well so far. I love the idea of a global tree for all so I will work to put all my current data over here as well. I'll yell if something gives me issues.

On 27 Jul 2017 at 14:57 GMT Michael Sweetser wrote:

Thanks Marlene. I'll probably need some help shortly. Just getting my feet wet at Wiki. I have some issues in my tree, some of the info from my relatives I believe is not completely correct such as spellings of names etc. And from the previous genealogy sites I have found over the past year that there is so much mis-information that everyone has "copied" that is in total error. So hoping that with your help and the emphasis Wiki puts on accuracy that I can start clearing up some of these issues once and for all-and start on constructive reconstruction!!!

On 27 Jul 2017 at 14:26 GMT Elizabeth Toppings wrote:

Thank you, Marlene. I have started to add all immediate family into my tree and I will just keep adding all that I can. I want to learn more about my roots. My children often ask me and I've been pretty much clueless.

On 27 Jul 2017 at 07:44 GMT Robbie Keen wrote:

I understand how to create a tree, I'm going to just keep plugging away at it with what details I have and maybe I'll connect my tree up with something a cousin is working on. I did a lot in my 2 week trial with Ancestry but I like the idea of a free and public genealogy site and am thinking of adding my DNA results when I get them in but I'm just a bit concerned about privacy.

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