Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed  MSM
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Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM

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Emma MacBeath M.Ed MSM formerly McBeth
Born 1970s.
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of DNA confirmed and DNA confirmed
Sister of [private brother (1970s - unknown)], [private brother (1970s - unknown)] [half] and [private brother (1980s - unknown)] [half]
Mother of [private son (1990s - unknown)] and
Profile last modified | Created 8 Oct 2016 | Last significant change: 31 Oct 2020
03:55: David Hughey Ph.D. asked a question about Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM (Emma MacBeath is a Wonderful WikiTreer) [Thank David for this | 1 thank-you received]
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Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM has an interest in Clan MacBeath, part of the Scottish Clans Project.
This profile is part of the MacBeth Name Study.
This profile is part of the Zornes Name Study.
This profile is part of the Van Orden Name Study.


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Contents

Biography

I am a professional genetic genealogist and an author. I have been researching my own family since I was 12 years old, long before the presence of the internet (if that doesn't date me, I don't know what would!). I now spend the majority of my research time finding biological family through DNA for those who are searching.

When I am not researching, I write fiction novels for children and young adults as well as non-fiction.

Although a native of northern California who has lived in a few other places, I now live with my two awesome sons in the Seattle area of Washington. What do I do in my spare time? More genealogy and writing--or I read a little and spend time with friends and family.

Emma was featured in a Meet Our Members Post on the WikiTree Blog!


I love thanking members for their hard work growing and improving our Tree


Wiki Cousins

ARE YOU MY COUSIN?
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Descendant


Surnames

PATERNAL
Adams (England); Blanchette (Québec/France); Day; McBeth/MacBeath (Scotland); Danielsen (Norway); Hamel (Québec/France); Heskett; Hubbard; Jeffs (England);Kilburn/Kilbourn/Kilbourne (England); Lambert (Québec, France); Menzies (Scotland); Moon (England); Mott (Canada/England); Olsdatter(Norway); Plumb (England); Reed (New England); Scott (Scotland); Seaver (New England); Sexton (Ireland); Smith (New York); Stark (Scotland); Toombs (England); Vance; Ward (England); West; Yumm/Yemm (England); Woods (England); Zornes (Germany?)

MATERNAL
Anderson; Beeler (Germany); Boutwell; Bowman (Sweden); Bruner; Brunskelle (Gottschee, Austria); Davis (Britain); Eldridge; French (New York); Durand; Durand (second line of same surname); Giddings; Havens (New York); Higgins (New England); Hammerberg (Sweden); Kump (Gottschee, Austria); Marr (Scotland); Mandeville; Rockwell; Scarlet; Starr/Stariha/Starika (Austria/Slovenia); Streeter; Treben; Troje


One Name Studies


Projects

I can't keep track anymore so here is my list :-)

Fountain Pen
Emma has written and improved ten profiles for the Biography Builders Challenge.

Fun Badges

Check out these April Fools badges on this g2g post. These are the ones that apply to me :-)



Challenges



Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM participated with Team Roses during the 2020 Source-a-Thon, adding 1432 sources to profiles.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM participated with Team Roses during the 2020 Connect-a-Thon, and has added 1460 connections.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM participated with Team Roses during the 2020 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 3242 suggestions.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM participated with Team Roses during the 2019 Source-a-Thon, adding 1118 sources to profiles.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM is participating with Team Roses during the 2019 Connect-a-Thon, and has added 1458 connections.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM is participating with Team Roses during the 2019 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 6176 suggestions.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM participated with Team Roses during the 2018 Source-a-Thon, adding 1787 sources to profiles.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM participated with Team Roses during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 5,975 suggestions.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM participated with Team Roses during the 2017 Source-a-Thon, adding 1177 sources to profiles.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM participated with Team Roses during the 2017 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 3046 suggestions.

What Countries My Ancestors Are From

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Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM has English ancestors.
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Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM has Scottish Ancestors.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM a des origines françaises.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM is Scottish.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM is Norwegian.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM is Italian.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM is French.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM is Irish.
Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM is Slovenian.

Business

Missing Link DNA

Genetic Genealogy and Research Services
DNA and Adoption Specialist

Emma's Website
Missing Link DNA on Facebook
Emma on Twitter

Emmaline Rose~~Author

Writing fiction for Children and Young Adults as well as NonFiction

Emma's Author Website
Emma on Amazon
Emmaline on Twitter
Emmaline on Facebook

Sources

DNA MATCHES

  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by a 1689.9 cM match and a 195.2 cM X-DNA match between Em McBeth GEDmatch A744177 and her maternal aunt.
Also 2900.5 cM match between full siblings of Emma McBeth and R McBeth GEDmatch M011009 and a 1587.5 cM match and a 158.1 cM X-DNA match between R McBeth and maternal aunt.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed with a 23andMe test match between Emma McBeth and RW McBeth of 3718 cM across 23 segments. Predicted relationship from 23andMe: "You share 50.0% of your DNA across 23 segments with RW McBeth. RW McBeth is your Father."

Digital Afterlife Instructions : this is my permission that upon my demise, for my family firstly, then secondly Charlotte Shockey, thirdly the WikiTree staff, to manage the profiles where I act as PM and One Name Studies in any way they see fit, as long as this is in line with the Honour Code and preserves the privacy of living people. I wish all profiles of living people and private free space pages to be deleted. McBeth-165 22:54, 16 Feb 2018 (PDT)


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Thank you, Emma for the appreciation.

I am a greeter, working on DNA messages for Sundays, and Honor Codes- Wednesdays. I am project coordinator for Texas, South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia, Disasters and World War II, Civil War, War of 1812, Vietnam War and Korean War, as well as Project Coordinator for the Jamestown Colony and Team Leader for Province of Carolina (part of SoCOL project.

Not sure if I currently could fit more in. But will keep thinking on it.

I additionally help several people with their stickers for projects.

Thanks for asking

Mary Richardson

posted by Mary Richardson
Just wanted to say a big thank you to Emma for helping my husband find his biological parents. We had no information to go on so she basically started from scratch. Within a month or so she had found both parents. She is extremely good at what she does! Looking forward to the rest of the journey! Thank you Emma! You are the absolute best!!

Smith Family

posted by Todd Smith
Hi, glad to hear you are up and around and doing... I was just so surprised when I saw a news item on my MSN [1] not sure it is something we would or could do anything with but it was shocking. and it is the cemetery that Mary Shadd-Cary was laid to rest and 1 other person out of 37,000 in the 100+ years of its use. just thought you might like to know. Carole
posted by Carole Taylor
Hi Carole, thank you for bringing this heartbreaking story to my attention. I found the cemetery on Find A Grave. As you can imagine, many do not have headstones, but it would be fabulous for WikiTree to create profiles for as many of these people as possible. I wonder if there's a way to access the list of all the people laid to rest there? That would be incredible. Emma
Hi, Emma!

Thank you for your participation in October’s 2020 Source-a-thon. Your contributions helped us to clear over 57,000 profiles that needed sourcing. This makes our Shared Tree all that much better.

Keep up the great work!

Pippin Sheppard WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Emma has been a huge help in my search for my birth parents, when I had very little accurate information. To my surprise, I was even more confused after getting my DNA done! She is so great at what she does! Words can not express how much

Emma and her skills have opened up a whole new family to me, and provided as much family research material as I can handle! THANK YOU,EMMA!! ♥️

Hi! I was working through category errors for US Southern Colonies Project - which covers to 1776, but Virginia History was under it, which explains how I hit https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Contraband_Camps_in_Virginia

I fixed the errors, but it needs to have a US Black Heritage category too... I'll leave that to you, since I've got my hands full with figuring out US Southern Colonies categories!

Cheers, Liz

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
thanks for the heads up, Liz. I don't even know what this category is. I'm discovering new stuff all over WikiTree every day that I'm trying to pull into the project fold. Emma
Hi, Emma. Did you receive a private message from me regarding duplicates being created in the Bunch/Punch line some of which are Black Heritage managed profiles? If not, may have gone to your spam filter. This involves an active MIR. Thanks for checking.
posted by T Stanton
We are perhaps 10th cousins, once removed. Some of the earlier connections to the common ancestor don't appear vetted--will have a look at that one of these days.
posted by T Stanton
edited by T Stanton
Hi Emma,

I dropped by after responding to a request from the US Black Heritage Project and noticed your questions about cousins. Using WikiTree's Relationship to Me calculator, I learned we are 10th cousins twice removed. I'm always delighted to find a new cousin, so please feel free to add me to the list. :)

Pamela

posted by Pamela Lloyd
Hi Pam, it's always nice to meet a new cousin! I may have a couple more requests from the project. I lost my place in the list, so if you get a duplicate message on any profiles, I apologize. Emma :-)
Thank you Emma for your dedication and leadership to Team Roses. You set a great example to us.

Pat Meyer-5224

posted by Pat Meyer
Hello, Emma!

Thanks for all the work you accomplished during our Connect-A-Thon 2020. It is amazing how many more profiles were created and added to our Shared Tree. You have every right to be pleased with your efforts!

Kind regards,

Pippin Sheppard ~ WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
On the proposed Fagan/Fagan merge, which one will be the final? How will the most accurate data be chosen from the two profiles?
posted by Susan Aduddell
Hi Susan, thanks for checking with me on this. I can't find a source that proves either spelling as the correct surname. I always try to choose the sourced information over the unsourced which is why I proposed all the merges into your managed profiles since you have sources and the others do not. I am working on this family right now, using DNA, but unfortunately the DNA I'm working with isn't giving me answers as to correct surnames at this moment. I hope I'll have more answers eventually.
At least a couple of G2G discussions have had recent activity, either directly mentioning Beyond Kin, or at least dealing with the topic of Categorization of Enslaved Persons and Slaveholders (American Slaves* and Slave Owners are the current descriptions employed here on WikiTree, unfortunately).

I think it would be a great idea to get a working group together that should include the affected projects/category managers.

Here is a conversation that I have begun with the Beyond Kin Project folks on Facebook. We need buy in, all around, but in order for that to work, we need standardization around the Common Method, and a protocol for how the Slaveholders are connected to Enslaved persons.

Because WikiTree allows for non-biological children to be attached, perhaps we have an opportunity for a simpler solution, whereby we would (with permission) use the Current Last Name to identify the plantation (in a standard way, and then as we come across enslaved persons, create them as children and add sourcing to the "parent" profile as well as to the EP's profile.

RE: Category:American_Slaves

"Example profile" (not using the Beyond Kin Common Method): Isaac Holeman

Note that the example profile does not create profiles for the partially named persons, but sourcing and bequeathal are described.

Hopefully the stakeholders here at WikiTree can take the lead in getting us onto the Common Methodology (using Current Last Name or perhaps using a Free Space Profile/Page to identify an entity of the slaveholder function), and the "nonbiological" child function can be employed in some way?

One of the tasks to also be completed is to move all of the present categorization to the preferred terminology enslaved / enslaved person (instead of slave) and slaveholder, too (instead of slave owner). In this effort, hopefully we can first confirm and validate that Black Americans / African Americans with descendants in America are on board with the BK terminology and methodology.

This latter point is important because otherwise, we would not be building an environment for genealogical exploration that is sensitive to the needs of the very community that we are wanting to better document. Noting, for example, that the example profile shown on the current categorization page leads nowhere for the enumerated persons: they are merely stuck on the list of the slaveholder.

Looking forward to continued conversation and innovation, as well as the stakeholders on WikiTree becoming involved.

Fann Fann

posted by Fann Fann
Hello and thank you for your message. I"m going to send you a private message so we don't overwhelm my profile with a long conversation. All of the topics you mentioned are currently being discussed and worked on under the African American Project. I only took on the leadership two weeks ago. Lots to do! Best, Emma
Hi, Emma. I have been doing profiles for the African-American Project this past weekend ( 10 done so far!). I just saw this comment thread and wonder if I should also be adding Category:American Slaves?

Also, I cannot find The African-American Project listed anywhere. I would like to join. How do I do that?

posted by Carolyn (Atkinson) Martin
edited by Carolyn (Atkinson) Martin
Hi Carolyn, Please don't add American Slaves because that's a top level category. Instead, go here: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Slavery%2C_United_States_of_America and find the state you think they might have been enslaved in. click on that category and then choose category: state name, slaves. It's the same category for each state so you shouldn't have to look up each state.. Thanks!
Twisted_Thistles.jpg

Hi Emma,

If you're not going to be engaged elsewhere, as a member of the Scotland Project, we'd love to have you join the Twisted Thistles in the upcoming Connect-a-thon the weekend of July 17 - July 20. If you'd like to join us and help to develop our ever-expanding Scottish tree, please register on the G2G post here and be sure to mention you'd like to be on the Twisted Thistles team for Scotland.

We also have our team Chat page posted here.

Hope to see you there!
Bobbie & Sarah
Twisted Thistles Co-captains
posted by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
I'm the captain for Team Roses :-) Hmmm....Roses and Thistles. We aren't each others' nemesis are we? Emma :-)
That would have to be Thistles and Roses ... It's always worth trying to steal away the competition's best players, isn't it?

I tried! Best of luck with your team.

Bobbie

posted by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
LOL. Nice try :-) Best of luck to you all too!
Thank you Emma for your lovely comment about my bio and my tremendously wonderful husband! I am a very, very blessed woman and I do not take him for granted! Love is a totally wonderful thing, especially when you get that second chance! Thank God for wonderful favors and that favor's name is Robert!

Smiles, Cindy

Hi Emma,

Your England Leaders are completing the six monthly check in with all team members. Thank you for all your work on English Profiles and in particular your work in The Arborist and Data Doctor Teams.

These are unprecedented and difficult times, and we understand as Project Leaders that your situation may have changed somewhat in the last few months. What we are all able to/ wish to contribute on Wikitree has changed. Please let me know if you are happy with your current role and team choice, or if you wish to do something additional or different. Thank you again on behalf of all the Project Leaders for everything you do.

Lizzie

Hi Lizzie. I'm still on board with DD and Arborists Teams. As a matter of fact I just started a spreadsheet so I could rotate regularly through all my projects and work on them more often. Thanks!
Hi Emma - How do I change my first name from an initial to my full first name? Thank you!!!!!!!
posted by Glenna (Cofer) Brissey
It looks like you figured it out before I could answer :-)
Hi Emma,

I just noticed that you're now a Project Leader. Congratulations! It's well deserved and I'm pleased that all of your hard work has been recognized. Kerry

posted by Kerry Larson
Thanks, Kerry! :-) (and a couple of extra words to get my 30 characters :-D)
Hello, Emma!

Thanks so very much for your participation in the spring Clean-a-thon! Every suggestion you cleared (over 3000!) made our Tree that much better. The WikiTree community appreciates YOU!

Pip Sheppard WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Emma, I notice you have been removing the FMG/EuroAristo template and replacing it with a standard statement. Although it is great you are working on these, and I am sure the standard statement is approved, I personally have an issue with the link going to the Index page. It would be like citing a book and linking to the index rather than the page number, or citing FamilySearch but linking to their search page.

When I've been working on these, I've been incorporating the existing link into the template, so that at least it still links with the cited section of Medieval Lands. It takes a little bit longer but I think makes a better citation. Thanks for considering this alternative.

posted by John Atkinson
HI John, I was just chatting with Isabelle about this. What is the existing link? I think I'm a bit confused because I thought the citation had the link in it.
gracias por tu apoyo aveces me desanimo y por personas como tu sigo adelante
posted by Sedna Miller
Hi Emma,

Thank you for helping me to start entering my information into Wikitree. I didn't know what to do first, and you were very generous with your time in teaching me where to begin and how to do this properly.

All the best.

D Kenney

posted by D (Ray) Kenney
It was my pleasure to help :-)
Hi Emma!

Some time ago, you have expressed your interest in Project Belgium. The project has recently been promoted from a free-space project to a more official project (actually a sub-project of Europe)! You can find the (revamped) project page here.

That means among other things that you can now receive a project badge (of the Europe Project) indicating your involvement, that we can more easily create stickers, that we will be able to discuss and "officially" establish guidelines and standards relating to Belgian profiles, and that we will have a project account for important Belgian profiles.

If you're still interested, could you (re)confirm your interest to become a member of Project Belgium by answering this g2g post? I will then make sure you receive the (Europe) badge!

Best regards,

Filip

posted by Filip Beunis
Hi Filip,

I'm so glad to hear you are getting this project up and running! I wish I could take part, but at this time I am maxed out with other projects so will have to pass. Thank you so much for your hard work on this project!

Emma :-)

Happy birthday to the most awesome fifth cousin a gal can have ;-)
posted by Abby (Brown) Glann
Aw shucks, you're so sweet! Thank you <3
Emma; I'm wondering where you got the nick-name "Martha" for the wife of Van Rensselaer Robbins-6867. All of the records I find only use the name Sarah or Sarah Elizabeth. Incidentally, Sarah Elizabeth Wright-36736 was my 3rd Great-grandmother; no one in the family that I've found ever hinted at the name of "Martha" for a nickname.

According to the 1850 census, Sarah and Stephen did have a daughter 'Sarah M.' age 15 (1850 Census). Likely Sarah Martha was called Martha as two Sarah's in the household would get confusing. She is no longer listed in the 1960 Census; however, there is a 'Sarah' age 9 listed. Wisconsin Deaths record has Martha Robbins date of death as 19, Feb 1888. I find no marriage record for this Sarah M. Robbins; Actually, there are some records with that name, but the dates and locations do not fit. The death certificate for Martha M. Robbins would substantiate that reasoning. Sarah Elizabeth Robbins date of death is 13 Feb 1888. Sarah M. was an older sister to my 2nd Great-grandmother Olive Fay - they were 3 years apart.

Hi Sherry, Thanks for asking about that. When I complete a merge, I always try to preserve all the information from both profiles, even if it's conflicting information, with the hope that the profile managers will collaborate on any conflicting information. Martha came from the merge, so I assume from the other profile that you didn't manage. It sounds like you might have the answer to where that name came from, but I would check with Stephanie on it since she was the one who originally put the name there. Thanks!
Emma, as you know I just joined this site, and there are two Katherine Spicer Ames' who I know are the same, but I hesitate to connect them because each profile reveals a different death date. (Not in the actual bios.) I wrote one of the bios, and then I realized--as I began to add additional family members_--that these are essentially identical, and the computer software didn't instantly pick up on this because initially I spelled Catherine with a C (the documents for both this Catherine and her daughter and the identical woman interchange the name spellings), and also I have a different death date-- but the bio dates provide the same dates. Rather than merge, I placed in under potential merge. I prefer to get the advice of someone more knowledgeable about all of this, as I'm still learning to navigate the help pages (where one may ask these questions, and I'm not quite certain about tagging things properly), so I thought I'd ask you for your thoughts on the matter. Thank you so very much.
posted by Tamara Murdock
edited by Tamara Murdock
Hi Tamara. thanks for checking in before merging these two profiles. I totally understand how accidental duplicates happen like this. We've all done it :-) My first thought is, you have sources, the other managers do not. Therefore your information has more weight. But because you are new to WikiTree, I would recommend adding a message to their profile that you know the two are the same person, but are concerned about the different death dates. You can ask them if they have a source for their death date. If you get no response, I would go ahead and request the merge and use your death date. If you do get a response, you can collaborate with the other manager on this before merging. Your message on their profile will also serve as a public statement that you are aware of the duplicate and working on it.
Thank you so much--shall do just that!
posted by Tamara Murdock
Emma, thank you so much for your kind words. I appreciate it. I'm starting to understand how this site works. Thanks again!
posted by Tamara Murdock
Cool, Emma! Glad you are in our tribe now.
posted by Maggie N.
Congratulations on your shiny new blue badge ;-)
posted by SJ Baty
LOL. Thank you! I do love badges ;-)
Incredibly great work during the 2020 Scan-a-thon! Our Tree has been enhanced by your efforts to preserve photos and documents, Emma!

The Appreciate Team THANKS YOU!

Pippin Sheppard Appreciation Team Member

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Emma

Happy New Year 

We appreciate your being part of the England Data Doctor Team and all the work you have done during 2019.

With the New Year starting I am writing to ask if you wish to remain on the England DD Team for 2020. If you could let me know as I am updating the page DD Page]

If you wish too, you can adopt a suggestion or two and a county to work on this year. 

Janet

England Data Doctor Team Leader 

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Hi Janet,

Yes, I wish to stay on the England DD Team since I work on DD issues all through the year. I tried to use the link to the page and it didn't work. I would be interested in seeing what suggestions or counties are available to adopt.

Emma

Hi Emma

Thanks Emma for getting back to me. Here is the link https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:England_Data_Doctors_Team_Page

Even if a county has a name next to it you can still add you name to, same with the suggestions although trying to get a name against each one :) one can wish... Any problems editing the page just let me know your choices and I will add you

All the best for the New Year

Janet

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Sorry, all the counties that have any meaning for me were taken. However, please sign me up for these suggestions: *744 Wrong word in middle name, *751 separators in Nickname, *753 Prefix in middle name,
  • 754 Wrong word in Nickname, *791 Separators in Last Name Other, *794 Wrong word in Last Name other

Naming errors are my thing.

Emma

G'day Emma

Thank you for confirming me as a full member Most appreciated. You can call me Les. Leslie William Bell

posted by Leslie William Bell
Thanks for offering help. I have completed some research and came to a halt since no last names were listed. My daughter got me interested with a school project!
posted by Heather (Show) Myers
Hi Emma,

We are delighted that you wish to continue contributing to the France Project, and thank you for submitting your member interest form.

Kindest regards,

Kyla

posted by Kyla H
Hi Emma,

As part of a revitalization effort for the France Project, we are checking-in with members to see if they are planning to remain active in the project and where their interests lie.

If you are planning to remain active, please click here to submit a short Member Interest Form to help us organize and coordinate collaboration.

If you have other obligations at the moment and would like to be removed from the project at this time, you will always be welcome to rejoin if you find yourself with more time and interest later.

We thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

Please respond by commenting on my profile or sending a private message. I look forward to hearing from you.

Isabelle

Emma

Thank you for the Welcome! I blundered into this site because I am trying to trace a Tasmanian born relative Vera Mary Hodgetts daughter of Reuben Hodgetts and Annie Maria Fogarty born at Zeehan 19 October 1898. (Annie Maria Fogarty (1871-1906) was born in Victoria. She and Reuben had four children at Zeehan. Vera Mary Hodgetts apparently married William Henry Leatham, Victoria, 1927, reg #08138. She is mentioned as deceased when her father Reuben died in 1953, but I am unable to trace her death/burial. William Henry Leatham is registered as dying 1964 #00393 Carlton, Victoria. The Melbourne Age, 20 Sept 1963 reports that William Henry Leatham, late of New Norfolk, Tasmania, died aged 72 on 18 Sept 1963. NAA have his WW1 record on line. Can anyone help me locate Vera Mary's death

posted by Leo Fogarty
Thank you cousin Emma for your amazing vision, caring leadership, communication on the important details we need as a team and the ability to juggle everything while still delivering as a significant contributor. This multitasking as a team captain is inspiring and appreciated.
posted by Rod DuBois
Nice to meet you also. Harley
posted by Harley Lusher
Hi Emma,

On behalf of the England Leaders, I wanted to say a huge thank you for all your contributions towards the project in the past six months as a Team Member for Arborists and Data Doctors. We've achieved a great deal during this time and we couldn't have done it without you.

Are you happy to stay in your current teams and the project as a whole? Are there any other teams you'd like to join? What are we doing well, and what would you like to see us doing differently moving forwards?

Please respond to this message via e-mail. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks,

Susie, England Project Leader :-)

What a lovely picture. It's such a pleasure to "see" you :-)
Hi Emma,

I would like to start a "Belgium" sub-project under the "Europe" project. (see https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/922866/id-like-to-join-the-belgian-roots-project).

Since you're one of the members of the "Belgian roots" page, I wanted to ask whether you have any objections to that? Would you mind, if there would be such a project, that I use some of the information on that page to get things going?

Of course, I hope you'll be one of the first members, if the project is set up!

Best regards, Filip

posted by Filip Beunis

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