Debi (McGee) Hoag
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Debi (McGee) Hoag

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Joined 16 Oct 2015 | 73522 contributions | 10805 thank-yous
Communication Preferences: I am interested in communicating private message with cousins and anyone else with an interest in genealogy. Here is my family tree. Ancestors ancestors

You can find me all over, working with:

Debi A. Hoag formerly McGee aka Cundiff
Born 1950s.
Ancestors ancestors
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Profile last modified | Created 6 Sep 2015 | Last significant change: 3 Jun 2020
19:27: Debi (McGee) Hoag edited the Biography for Debi (McGee) Hoag. (removing retired category) [Thank Debi for this]
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Profile Improvement Project co-leader
Greeters Project co-leader (pre-1700 lead)

DMH Ephemera Collection with citations


Notes to visitors

If you ended up here from a

  1. profile I manage, let's talk about people!
  2. Greeter or Messenger comment/email, Welcome to WikiTree again! *grin*
  3. Thank You notice, it may be because you explained a change you made to a profile. I love seeing those!

I started gathering names, dates, and places around 1982 as a way to deal with the grief of a child's death. "Serious" genealogy research began in the early 1990s when the internet and computers introduced me to research partners who taught better habits and shared resources. A ten year break from 2005-2015 was full of other fun things but I found that I missed the joys and challenges of research.

I came back to genealogy only to discover that two of my mentors / research collaborators had died. One's research is in the possession of an interested but non-active descendant and not accessible; the whereabouts of the other's research is unknown. I needed a place to share, collaborate, learn, and assure that my research would never suffer such a fate. I went looking and found WikiTree.

When I joined and uploaded my (*sigh* too large) GEDCOM, it became obvious that a "Genealogy Do-Over"[1] was in order. All records are being reviewed; profiles and source citations are being updated. Things have changed but ... the more they change, the more they stay the same; there are always more questions than answers.


Debi was born in Jacksonville, FL, just as her father, Charles McGee, returned to military service with the United States Air Force (USAF). As soon as her mother, Rachel Helms McGee, was released by the physician, the family moved to McDill Air Force Base in Tampa FL where her father was stationed. The USAF played a large role in Debi's growing years, sending her family to live all over the world including places like Denver Colorado, Japan, southern California, Germany, England, Okinawa, and finally back to Florida in 1973.

Finishing High School in 1976, Debi went to work for a local governmental agency where she had positions in the Finance and IT departments. She retired in 2007, having completed 30 years service. She has been married twice, first to Ray Cundiff, and currently to Daniel Hoag. These days she is busy with a small bookkeeping business, a local genealogical society, and WikiTree. She's still working on that *sigh* too large GEDCOM and has recently started working with another one because, obviously, she has lost her mind.

She's also planning for a future that will include extended research trips with a mobile work-space and a small camper.

Happy Digging

Community Spirit

2016 SAT Bib #044
2017 SAT Bib #009
2018 SAT Bib #050
2019 SAT Bib #004
England Orphan Team
Debi (McGee) Hoag has completed the England Project's Post 1700 Orphan Trail I.
England Orphan Team
Debi (McGee) Hoag has completed the England Project's Pre-1700 Orphan Trail II.
Sourcerers' Challenge Wise Owl Yearly Golden Achievement Milestone
Debi reached the Golden Achievement milestone by sourcing at least one profile in every month of the 2019 Sourcerers' Challenge
Debi (McGee) Hoag participated in the 2018 Clean-a-Thon.
Debi (McGee) Hoag is participating with Team Cornbread Catchers during the 2019 Connect-a-Thon.
Fountain Pen
Debi has written and improved ten profiles for the Biography Builders Challenge.
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Debi improved Quaker profiles on the Week 4 Feb 2018 Anniversary list
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Debi improved Quakers Project managed profiles during the March 2018 Challenge
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Debi Hoag improved Quaker profiles in the June 2018 Challenge for "Quakers alive in the 1800s"
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Debi improved Quaker profiles in the July 2018 Challenge to "add Quakers Sticker"
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Debi improved Quaker profiles in the August 2018 Challenge to "source non-project managed profiles"
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Debi improved Quaker profiles in the September 2018 Challenge to "clear the Quakers category"
RootsTech Attendee: 2018


  1. MacEntee, Thomas, The Genealogy Do-Over Workbook, 2015; Amazon link.~~~~
  2. Biography written by Debi Hoag, September 2015, based on events as related by her parents and on personal knowledge of events in her own life.
  • Birth and Marriage source documents on file and available on a need to know basis.

DNA Confirmation Notes

Paternal Line

  • The relationship to father Charles McGee's maternal line is confirmed by a 70.8 cM match between Debi McGee Hoag GEDmatch G293623 and her paternal third cousin Nancy Rose GEDmatch A125363.
  • The relationship to father Charles E McGee's paternal line is suggested by a 61.4 cM autosomal DNA match between Debi McGee Hoag GEDmatch G293623 and her paternal fourth cousin Larry Hayer GEDmatch A037820; more cousin matches are needed for triangulation.

Maternal Line

  • The relationship to mother Rachel Helms's paternal line is suggested by a 74.2 cM autosomal DNA match between Debi McGee Hoag GEDmatch G293623 and her maternal third cousin once removed Julia (Bell) Lansberry GEDmatch M071333; more cousin matches are needed for triangulation.

Also Known As

I've been doing genealogy research for the last thirty-four years (twenty-eight of them on the internet and have the emails to prove it LOL). During that time, I've gotten divorced and remarried, created websites, and changed email addresses too many times. When I'm looking for someone, I'll often search the web for names and email addresses. To facilitate people finding me, I'm listing the names, websites, and addresses I've used.

  • Debi McGee Cundiff
  • Debi McGee Hoag
  • sasicnet @
  • sasic @
  • debic @
  • Debi_McGee_Cundiff @
  • DebiMcGeeHoag @
  • Genealogy @
  • Debi McGee Cundiff's Genealogy Homepage and Book Index Links
  • Escarlata Cisneros on Facebook and Second Life. My pseudonym started from having to stay under the radar when I joined Facebook (supposedly respectable small government employee nearing retirement having too much fun at renaissance faires). About half the people I know only know me as Escarlata.
  • @ImprovDebi on Twitter

Wiki-Will for Digital Afterlife

In the event of my death or incapacity for more than 90 days, the following shall serve as my unspoken permission:

  • I would like all of the profiles for people not living, and which I alone manage, to be changed to Open. This is up to and including my own profile.
  • Space pages which I have created for projects should be assigned to the leaders of those projects
  • Other space pages can all be changed to Open with the exception of the DAM_Collection.
  • If I missed anything (and for the DAM Collection space page and any Red/still living profiles on my Watchlist), I ask that they be managed in keeping with the Honor Code and preserving the privacy of living people:
    • by any of my extended family members (including my former spouse and his family), whether or not they are on the Trusted Lists.
    • Should these profiles / pages not be accessed within 180 days from my demise, the Wikitree staff shall have full and total access to manage said space and profiles in any way they see fit, up to and including assigning them to any willing Profile Manger, orphaning them, or deleting them.
My thanks to the following members for bits and pieces which were incorporated into my Wiki-Will:
Pat Saunders, Paula (Bond) Kohring, Liz (Noland) Shifflett, Lisa Thurston, Andreas (Basso) West, Deborah (Réaume) Collier

Meet Our Members - Debi Hoag

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rev. 02:52, 28 December 2019 (UTC)

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It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Debi or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA. Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
  • Debi (McGee) Hoag: Mitochondrial DNA Test Other, haplogroup K1a
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Hi could you please add me to the unknowns project I have occasionally manged to solve an unknown and found it satisfying
posted by Anon Cormack
Welcome to the Profile Improvements sub-project for Unknowns. The process we use to improve profiles of the Unknown are detailed in the Task List. Please ask any questions and share your successes in our GoogleGroup. Use that link to send a join request if you have not already done so.
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Thank you Debi for the information and attention, I will keep your e-mail for future information, that way I can go back to it if I get stuck, or I will send you a E-mail if i can't work it out. Again thank you so much
posted by Jude (Fleming) Snow
Thank you for your kind attention. I am plugging along pretty well so far, and am compiling questions as I go, so when I am ready to tackle answers, I will absolutely reach out for advice.

Many thanks!

posted by Dana Osmond
Thanks for you suggestion regarding my privacy level. Hopefully it's fixed now. Wikitree appears to have good privacy tools; I'm trying to use them in the best way I can.
posted by David Gadd

Thanks for your help answering my question.

posted by Monique Mason
You're very welcome, Monique. Happy to help.
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hello, Debi -

I would like to help with Unknowns. Please add the Profile Improvement Project Member badge to my profile.

Thank you! Natasha

posted by Natasha Bettis
Debi I am interested in participating in the Unknowns project can you please add the Profile Improvement Project Member badge
Hello Debi

Your England Leaders are completing the six monthly check in with all team members. Thank you for your work on English Profiles and your work in the Gedcom team.

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.


posted by Jo Fitz-Henry
Thanks for checking in, Jo. So far I'm good with everything though I'm unsure how much of what I do actually makes a difference. Hopefully finding the GEDCOMs to share with Joan and the occasional work on a profile is useful to the project. Debi
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Thank you, Debi. Just tiptoeing into this extraordinary maze. David
posted by David McAra
Thanks for your note, David, and for lowering your privacy. Please do let me know if you have any questions, even if they seem trivial to you. My rule of thumb when I started was to search for an answer for five minutes, then reach out to my Greeters, and then resume searching. I might have found the answer before they got back with me but they sometimes offered a different way of doing the same thing which was easier. We are always here to help.

See you in the branches,


PS We have a research tool that makes finding reliable sources easier. I use it all the time and it helps me remember different places to check. To give it a try, go to the Family Tree & Tools tab; select Genealogy Research, scroll down near the bottom of that list, and select Research with RootsSearch (use your WikiTree email & password). There are over 20 websites to access from there. You can read more about the tool in the RootsSearch FAQ.

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Wow. Thanks, Debi. There really is an astonishing amount of information here and such an active welcome. David
posted by David McAra
Dobrý den,milá Debi.

Zatím se tu pouze rozkoukávám a zaučuji.Vaše stránky i komunita se mi velmi líbí.Omlouvám se,že neumím Váš jazyk,takže naše komunikace bude trochu ztížená. Narazila jsem tu na menší problém,kdosi tu už přede mnou zpracovával rodokmen mé rodiny,většinu údajů si zkopíroval ode mě z mého rodokmenu na Geni.To by mi nijak nevadilo, ten dotyčný tu ale svůj projekt opustil,většinu mých předků jsem si již "adoptovala"....Ale profil-stránka mé babičky - Blažena (Koudelková) Pacáková ( a mého dědečka - Josef Pacák ( jsou UZAMČENÉ a NEMAJÍ ŽÁDNÉHO správce. Chtěla bych je také adoptovat a hlavně upravit CHYBNÉ údaje. Mohla byste mi, velmi Vás prosím,poradit,jak mám postupovat? Mockrát děkuji za odpověď. Mirka Vodáková

Hello Mirka,

Vidím další pozdravy, kteří pomáhají s profily vašich prarodičů.

Tento FAQ vysvětluje zvláštní pozornost, kterou některé profily potřebují.

Dejte nám vědět, pokud máte nějaké dotazy o tom, jak najít a zaznamenat zdroje, sloučit duplikáty, vyčistit biografie gedcomu a interpretovat zprávu Návrhy. Jsme tu, abychom vám pomohli!


Translated by Google; original text:

I see other greeters helping with your grandparents' profiles.

This FAQ explains the special attention that some profiles need.

Let us know if you have any questions about how to find and record resources, merge duplicates, clean up gedcom biographies, and interpret the Suggestions report. We are here to help you!


posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Thank you for reaching out to me Debi. I am finding my way around. Some things take longer to understand than others. I am not sure if I am doing sources right, but at the moment if I can get down what info I have, I can edit things down the line.

It is a bit scary because most of my people don’t have any connections yet. So it is like sending the information into the ether and hoping it lands in a place in such a way to connect or be useful in the future! Thanks again. Sandy

Hi there, Debi, Greeter par ex!

Thanks so very much for your participation in the spring Clean-a-thon! Every suggestion you cleared (over 200!) made our Tree that much better. The WikiTree community appreciates YOU!

Pip Sheppard WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Thank you so much for alerting me to my unlisted profile. I think I have managed to fix it.
posted by Dawn Fearnside
Thank you for letting me know regarding my unlisted profile. I will go ahead and fix it. Thanks again.
posted by Dennis Johnson
H Debi: Since you were one of the greeters upon my initial joining, I will ask a question I have...

I have created a profile for my mother, using just her initials. Since she is living and not a member, it had to be Private. I have a profile for her at 23andme, and since her profile here at Wikitree is private, the link I shared at 23andme to her Dynamic Tree here can't be accessed by the public. ...How can I most easily make her a limited member here--I think I read it is called a Family Member level account--so that the public can view her tree? ...She is not interested in participating, but is okay with me using her profile in a limited capacity. It's really about access to the ancestral tree that I am interested in.

Thanks. K Longinetti

posted by K Longinetti
Hi K,

You mother will need to at least be willing to accept the invitation to WikiTree. She can immediately make you the profile manager of her profile. We have a FAQ which explains how to get that all done:

Let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing your twig continue to grow within the branches of WikiTree,


posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Debi, thank you so much for the warm welcome! I am so excited to get started and appreciate your tips and guidance. I have been interested in exploring the geneology of my own family for years. Now I get the opportunity to help others in the process. Thank you again!
Thanks for your note, Kimberly,

Please do let me know if you have any questions, even if they seem silly to you. My rule of thumb is that I search for an answer for five minutes, then reach out to my mentor, and then resume searching. I may find the answer before they get back with me but they may offer a different way of doing the same thing which is easier. I'm always here to help. See you in the branches,


posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
I just want to say how much I appreciate all you do for your fellow Wikitreers as explained in this link.

posted by John Williams
edited by John Williams
Thanks for the suggestion on getting started here! Lucie Couillard
posted by Lucie Couillard
Hi Debi, I answered on the thread Spring clean a thon to "Sign me up!" And I'd be interested in participating for team Cornbread Catchers. Thank you. Paula Hawkins
posted by Paula (Hawkins) Reinke
Hi Debi,

"Sign me up" Team - Cornbread Catchers!

Cheryl Givens

posted by Cheryl Givens
Thank you Debi, I appreciate your personnel greetings. I’m a newbie; I’ll need to take baby steps for sure. :)
Hi Debi,

I have changed my nickname to my real name (it is no longer Leetus McTitus). I am writing this comment to alert you that I have as you instructed

posted by McCants Meinders
edited by McCants Meinders
Hi Debi,

My grandparents on my mother's side were both born in Sweden and came to America as youngsters with their respective parents. I have a fairly comprehensive understanding of my family tree on my father's side going back to the 1600s in the Massachusetts colonies. However, on my mother's side I find it more difficult to go back very far because of the way the Swedish names change from generation to generation. Do you have any suggestions on where I could learn more about the conventions used in Sweden when a name is given to a child ? (for instance, when CARL Swenson had a child, his son was named Axel CARLSON. And when Axel Carlson had a son he became Olaf Axelson) Also to add to the confusion if the child was a female, her last name ended with dotter ???? Don Prouty

posted by Donald Prouty
Hi Donald,

The Sweden Project has a resource page set up to explain aspects of Swedish names. I would start there.

If it doesn't answer your questions, probably the best way to find more information is in the G2G forum. There you could create a new post to introduce yourself and ask for help. Down at the bottom where it says "Surnames and project tags," add the tag like Sweden and Mentor to get the attention of others who share the same interests.

See you in the branches,


posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag

How do you get descendant tag for Quakers


Hi Billie,

You can use the Quakers Sticker template and put the word descendant behind the equal sign in the moreinfo line.


posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hello Debi, I will update my profile page..BTW I made a connection in one family line, interesting.

He's an 8th distant cousin, shared ancestor 1600's but his wife is a 5th distant cousin. When I 1st started researching my French Canadian families in 2005, I found distant cousins in Quebec, Canada. They were helpful with records and translations. I appreciate the advice you've offered. Gail

posted by Gail (Rochette) Keefe
Hello Debi, Thank-you for helping me correct my mistake....I will save your e-mail---just in case.


posted by Gail (Rochette) Keefe
Hello Debi, I made a mistake when adding a family profile. I clicked on "set as father" to one of my great-grandfathers and,,,,,

so many generations were added. Just not my family tree. How do fix this? Gail

posted by Gail (Rochette) Keefe
Go to the child's profile

Edit the profile

In the right column, click the "replace/remove father" link

Click the "Remove" link to be taken to the bottom of the page (or scroll down)

Click the "Remove X as the father of Y" link in the dark green box

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
edited by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hello Debi, Than-you for your greeting..It is a bit confusing. I would like to add my research and photos to wiki tree but not sure how to just yet.


posted by Gail (Rochette) Keefe
Thanks for your note. The link that I included in your welcome message provides some tips on how to get started but you may already be beyond what is provided.

I took a look at the profiles you are managing and you've made a great start adding profiles. The locations are really appreciated because it makes collaboration so much easier. The next step would be to add some information about the sources you have gathered during your research. Our Sources FAQ has some examples of the kind of information that is needed. If the source that you used isn't covered, let me know and we'll work together on it.

To upload pictures, you'll want to be on the profile of a person who is in it. Then click the Images tab at the top and follow the instructions on the page. Most questions that we have been asked about how to do things with pictures have been answered in the Photos FAQ. I'll be here to help in case your question hadn't been asked before or the answer doesn't make sense.

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hello Debi, I need your help. I have sources on my hard drive, but I cannot place it on the profile of the person concerned. Thanks.


posted by Guy Forir
Hi Guy,

I'll be glad to try to help. Would you share the link to the profile you want to update and tell me what happens when you try to copy your sources from your hard drive to the profile.


posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
What an incredibly kind and thorough person. Awesome.
posted by Jody Cloutier
Thank you for your note regarding adopting orphaned files... I will definitely ask your help in clean up and sourcing.
posted by Shauna (Sand) Schmidt
Any time, Shauna.

I noticed that some of those profiles are for people from Denmark. I don't know if you have found this website yet

Someone was talking about it in the G2G Forum the other day and it sounds like a great resource.

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Thank you, Debi, for the latest info about not using "unlisted". I was feeling a bit overwhelmed as a newbie and not knowing what I was doing, so thought that would be a "safe" choice for me. Also, thank you so much for the other links that should help me on my way to figure all of this out. I've used Ancestry a bit, however, I will have to get used to this format and way of doing things. I would like to transfer some of my info to this tree, however, I may have gotten to carried away and branched out to not very close relations. I'm not sure I will include all of them as it tends to get very confusing to me. Thank you again! I appreciate the guidance. ~Sandra
posted by Sandra Ambrose
I believe I made my profile a biological family tree and adopted family tree.
Thank you, Debi, for the welcome and information. I am keeping it for reference from time to time.

Mallory Cook

posted by Mallory Cook
Again I want to thank you for the email...I have been researching my genealogy for over three years and I still consider myself a it's nice to have someone there to help guide me through...I appreciate any help...
posted by Herman Martin
Thanks for your note, Herman,

It's good to have you with us. I hope you are successful in your research and that you find known and unknown cousins on here.

I took a quick look at the profiles you have created. The first thing I suggest is include some kind of location information for the births, deaths, and marriages. Even the suspected country can help sort things out. There are status buttons under the location fields that you can set so that other WikiGenealogists will know how certain you are about the information.

We have a research tool that makes finding reliable sources easier. I use it all the time and it helps me remember different places to check. To give it a try, go to the Family Tree & Tools tab; select Genealogy Research, scroll down near the bottom of that list, and select Research with RootsSearch (use your WikiTree email & password). There are over 20 websites to access from there. You can read more about the tool in the RootsSearch FAQ. I used the tool to find a marriage record for your Martin/Borden grandparents. Take a look at your grandmother Borden's profile for an example of what I was suggesting for the locations.

Anytime you need help, please let me know by replying to this comment using the link. You can also reply to the comment I left on your profile or send a private message from my profile page.

See you in the branches,


posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag

I have some Hoage, Hoag in my tree back a few generations. Starts with a John D Hoage in 1786 and stops with Amanda in 1904. Wonder if we are distant cousins of some sort. TomK

posted by Tom Kouts
Probably not cousins. The Hoag family that I research was actually Hogg until about 1912. They were in Ontario and immigrated in to New York. The 1912 New Jersey birth record of my husband's grandfather is the first document we have which includes the name spelled Hoag.
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag

Would you be able to explain to me on how I can find and record sources? Would you be able to explain to me how to tell if the information is right in order to make a merge? Would you be able to explain to me how to do the Gedcom clean up? Would you be able to explain to me how to tell if a record is right before attaching the source to someone?

Also I don't understand how to do the adoptee profile stuff, could you explain that to me?

Incredibly great work during the 2020 Scan-a-thon! Our Tree has been enhanced by your efforts to preserve photos and documents, Debi.

The Appreciate Team THANKS YOU!

Pippin Sheppard Appreciation Team Member

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Debi - Thanks for providing the GEDCOMpare link. I'll give it a look. Kind regards, Tom
posted by Tom Tydings
Hi Debi, You ask me to contact you if I had any trouble moving my information about myself over into a file of some sort. Well as you can see I don't even know what file let alone how to move it. So any help you can give me plus how to edit my information would be greatly appreciated.

Beryl Roger Woodman II

posted by Beryl Woodman II
I'll be glad to help as long as you don't mind waiting til next week ... I'm in the middle of the Scan-a-Thon.
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
How do you add information to a post by a member?
posted by Rebecca (Crowder) Cole
Hi Rebecca,

I'm not sure I understand exactly what you are asking, so I'm going to respond with several things. If one of them doesn't answer your question, please give me a little more detail and I'll try again.

1. If the post by a member is in a comment at the foot of a profile, click the "reply" link below the comment. That will open a box where you can add information.

2. If the post is in the biography portion of a profile, check the upper right corner to see if it is has Open privacy (white lock). If so, click the Edit tab and add your information in the edit box. If the additional information is significantly different, it is recommended to communicate with the any interested parties (last contributor and/or the profile manager(s)). You can read more about that in the Communication before Editing FAQ.

3. If the profile in question does not have Open Privacy (white lock), scroll to the foot of the profile and add a comment. Anyone on the Trusted List of the profile will be alerted and can respond.

4. If the post is in the G2G Forum, click the "comment" or "answer" link below the post.

I hope one of these answers your question. As I said, if I missed the mark, please let me know.


posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
edited by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Sourcerers' Challenge Wise Owl Yearly Golden Achievement Milestone
Debi reached the Golden Achievement milestone by sourcing at least one profile in every month of the 2019 Sourcerers' Challenge

Outstanding! We started this program in April of this year 2019 award is April through December.

posted by Laura (Pennie) Bozzay
Thanks, Laura, for all the work you do in putting the Owls out. You are so appreciated!
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hello Debi,

I joined last week. This is so new to me. I know that I need to take time to learn and understand how this works for me! Thank you for dropping some tips on my profile about comparing Gedcom stuff. I look forward to it. I have some questions about the Index for my last name... Can I change the surname for Index for my last name? My last name, Skarp is not my original surname. Can you drop me the instruction or link on how to change it? Thank you so much!

Cheers, Peter

posted by Peter Skarp
Hi Debi,

Thanks so much for all the help. I’ve found this page and you are a very interesting person! I, too, graduated H.S. in1976. Was your Dad in Nam? Just curious. If you’d ever like to visit New Orleans, let me know. I live on my farm south of Baton Rouge, but bought a “camp” there after Katrina. I hope you kept access to my e-mail. You were really helpful to me and I greatly appreciate it. Best, Juliette

Thanks, Juliette. My Dad was in Thailand at an Air Force base that supported the jets that flew in to Nam. I'll keep that invitation in mind as I love to travel and have been through that area many times. Louisiana Renaissance Faire in Hammond is on my agenda for next fall so, who knows, maybe we can have a meal together. I have kept your email address. Pop me a comment or private message any time you have questions. Debi
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hi Debi, yes thank you, I did receive the Welcome to the PIP message.
posted by Daniel Junkins
Debi thank you for the check-ins and relevant suggested go-to's to assist and further orientate with WikiTree - Karen.
posted by [deleted]
Debi I was using the explorer browser that is why I couldnt comment to anyone or open the comment button

I am back on now. love Andrea

posted by Andrea (Stawski) Pack
Andrea, they made a change and the comments should work in Explorer now if you want to give it a try next time you Greet.
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag

I am pleased to confirm you as a full member, and welcome you to the WikiTree family. Your contributions will go a long way to joining the world together.

I would suggest starting with the New Member How-To pages, they will save you a lot of time and frustration.

I am here to help you get started, so please feel free to reach out if you need a hand.

Happy tree climbing,

Claire ~ WikiTree Greeter

P.S. If links do not work in an email from WikiTree, try them from the comment section on your profile page.

posted by Claire (Chapel) Nava
Thank you Debi for your info
posted by Guy Forir
Thank you Debi for your info
posted by Guy Forir

Rejected matches › Deborah McGee

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