Reta McKay
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Reta M. McKay
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Wright-43134 (my #). I am 100% related to William Masten (Masten-139) born 1691-1772. He is listed in Wiki and most other sites as the last child of Cornelius Masten, born in Ulster County, Kingston, NY. This would link him to John Masten who came to New Amsterdam around 1640 as an English settler serving as a Dutch soldier. However, I could never link Cornelius with a son William other than family trees. I found a reference to Cornelius' will dated Jan 30, 1712 in the Ulster Co., NY Probate records and he lists 5 children, but not a William. William would have been 21 at that 1712 death. Also most sources list William as marrying Sarah Manlove in 1710 in Delaware. That is unusial because of the age of William and most sons did not leave home before age 21. I now appears to me that William Masten of Delaware comes from a Masten family other than the Ulster County Mastens. My direct ancestor, John Masten (Masten-295), came to NC as a strong Quaker and was buried in the Muddy Creek Friends Burial Grounds in Stokes, now Forsyth County. This may direct us to a Southern New Jersey or Pa. Masten family. There is just a general disconnect as to the New Amsterdam Mastens who moved to Ulster County, and William Masten (1691-1772) of Delaware. Go on Ancestry and everyone links these two Masten families together.

I am writing this because I see no reference to the will of Cornelius Masten. I have a jpg. of the will which also sets out the first John Masten's will of 1670 where he refers to his TWO sons John and Cornelius, which is not noted on this site. INSIGHT PLEASE. Thanks.

Don Wright

posted by Don Wright
Hi ,

On behalf of the Connectors Project Leaders, we are doing a six-month check-in with members. Please let us know if you are still active. If you are active, please let us know in which ways you are currently contributing to the project.

All of us at WikiTree would like to thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Michelle ~ Volunteer Coordinator

Reta you have recently created a lineage of Frankish kings that not only mostly fictional with no reliable source to prove their existence, but are duplicates for those already on Wikitree. Please contact me or someone else from the European Aristocrats project team before proceeding with this line any further. Thank you
posted by John Atkinson
This is the link that has his emai address.

Its on his Geni Profile the link is: www.geni.com/people/A-J-Jacobs/6000000011638429539

posted by Noah Grant
Hey Reta,

Please check out this G2G post

Mags

posted by Mags Gaulden
Hi, I'm just getting started here but wanted to let you know that I will be entering a few Boutiliers, also from the St. Margaret's Bay Area of Nova Scotia. I can't check at the moment to see if your 'oldest' Boutilier is related to mine but will be able to shortly.
posted by Ken Horne
Merge of Tappen 37 and 79. Hello Reta, I am on the road until Jan 1st and only have access thru an iPhone . I don't see any way for me to merge these profiles on my phone. Are you able to merge them?
posted by T (Deaton) Goad
Your welcome, im deaf and i hope your profile does well
posted by Eric Daly
As far as I can see, wrong Carol Marie Adams. Sorry.
posted by D Giovannucci
Hi Reta,

If you go up to the My WikiTree drop down menu, then choose G2G Feed, it will take you to the feed that shows what you're following on G2G. The tag name should show up at the top of the list there. If not, let me know and I will try to walk you through it.

Thanks!

posted by Abby (Brown) Glann
Welcome to the Global Family Reunion Project! Be sure to check out the project page to see our list of suggested guidelines and our Cousin Connector list which has folks who need help finding their connection to AJ, the Category page for profiles to pick up research on, and add the Global_Reunion tag to your G2G feed. We also have a fun Google+ Community to share fun finds and chat in. Thanks for joining us!
posted by Abby (Brown) Glann

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