Sheryl Moore
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Sheryl Moore

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Signed 3 Feb 2016 | 132,467 contributions | 8,264 thank-yous | 822 connections
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Sheryl S. Moore
Born 1950s.
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Sister of [private brother (1950s - unknown)], [private sister (1960s - unknown)] and
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Big thank you to Sheryl who found my missing Christy/Lambert link. Lesson learned: someone who usually goes by their middle name may be in records that way too. Thank you! Bernice Cresson
Thank you for your warm welcome to WikiTree! I am so glad that I came across a video by Connie Knox that introduced me to WikiTree! I will definitely read the suggest links you left me. This seems like an incredible new research site!

Thank you again, Dian

posted by Dian (Gates) Prentice
Hi Sheryl,

Many thanks for your kind welcoming message to WikiTree Honor Code. I'm starting to learn and have many possible contributions that I would like to introduce correctly. I have also a relative in Spain who will help also me. Nonetheless I note your email, so I may consult you too. I use a lot of my pensionist free time with my children and granchildren and also with a blog I mantained since 2010. Now I will try to honour my engagement in WikiTree. All the best Ramón

Hi Sheryl,

Thank you and I am looking forward to whatever Wikitree brings.

posted by Harvey Knull
Hi Sheryl,

Thanks for the warm welcome! Can't wait to figure the Wikitree out! Nancy

posted by Nancy Murdoch
Hi Sheryl,

Thank You. Your tips have really helped Kind Regards Bernadette

Hi Sheryl, Thank you so very much for your kind offer. I will really need your help. So much to see and learn at WikiTree. Patsy Dodson Wilson
posted by Patsy (Dodson) Wilson
Hi Sheryl, Thank You for you Greeting. I have an awful lot I need to learn to benefit from WikiTree. So far I don't understand how at all. Thank You,
Thank you so much Sheryl, I am looking forward to learning about my ancestors!!!
posted by Donna Kurth
Hi Sheryl! Greetings from Oxnard, Ventura County, California. I just wanted to thank you for the warm welcome!!

I appreciate your warmth and it will last a lifetime🙏🏼🙏🏼

posted by Marta (Ring) Anderson
Thank you Sheryl for the welcome!
posted by Dan Chapman
Thank you Sheryl for the advice.

Pls know you are appreciated. Londa

posted by Linda Weber
Thank you Sheryl for the warm welcome. I look forward to learning and sharing with others.


posted by Jeanette Sowers
Thanks for fixing my mess (& with lightening speed)! Ur an angel 🥰
posted by K Morse
Hi, K

I am happy to help! I don't know about the angel part, but I do know how to climb trees! :-)

posted by Sheryl Moore
Thanks for the welcome. I am getting used to this and have a lot to learn.


posted by Anonymous Rosselle
Thank you Sheryl for the welcome. I'm a bit overwhelmed at the moment, but hope to gain some info that I'm missing. I'm a member of Ancestry.
posted by J Pennington
Hi, J

Take your time getting to know WikITree. Once you are more comfortable, you can migrate your data from Ancestry and enjoy the one-world tree here.

feel free to contact me if you need anything.

Take care ~ Sheryl

posted by Sheryl Moore
Thank you for welcoming me to what quite certainly feels like a vast expanse. I do have an extensive tree on My Heritage though I am now attempting to verify the 4000+ people by reducing to direct lineage. I feel this may be just the place to accomplish this goal.
posted by Donna Darling
Thank you for the welcome. I joined quite a while ago but don’t quite understand what I’m doing! I belong to Ancestry and Gedmatch among many others. Today I found the first ancestor on here that I could confidently identify as my 3rd great grandmother. I have quite a lot of info on the Gurney family. Once again, thank you. Di
Thanks for welcoming me with the thank you! :)
posted by Jerimee Richir
Thank you for the greeting Sheryl!
posted by Louise Villeneuve
Thank you, 😊, Sheryl for the greeting. I'm a history major and love it and Genealogy too. My sister, Muriel Hachfeld, is a member now and doing much family research.
posted by Blaine Pool
Hi Sheryl. Thanks for the welcome and the tip. I will take your advice and look around the site for a bit as it feels a bit daunting right now.
posted by Beverley Lewis
Dear Sheryl,

Thank you very much. As I am new to this site I think it wiill me take some time to get used with all of its functions.

posted by Larissa Eibner
Thank you so much Sheryl. I'm new to the site and brand new to genealogy. Thanks to an Ancestry DNA test and this excellent site, I've just now discovered that my 15th g. Grandparents were Patrick (Lyon) 1st Lord of Glamis, born 1410, and his wife Isabel (Ogilvie) Kennedy, so discovering that my family is related to Queen Elizabeth II and her late mother through my maternal grandmother has left me in shock. :)
posted by Alison Miller
Hi Sheryl, I want to thank you for your message I will get back to you soon, I'm still trying to get started.

Regards Brian

posted by Brian Stringer
Hi Sheryl, I want to thank you for your message when I joined. I honestly was shocked at how fast I received welcome messages from folks here on WikiTree. I'm a bit overwhelmed with how powerful this site is and am anxious to get my tree uploaded. Thank you again for your kindness and offer of help, I appreciate it very much. Heather

Thank you so much for welcoming me to WikiTree right away after I joined. I appreciate your suggestions and offer of help on how to get started here. It made me glad that I joined! 😊 Bass

Thank you Sheryl, for contacting me and telling me about how to use the site. I am slowly learning, as I have time, and I appreciated your direction!

_Kelly Jamieson

Thanks for your assistance, Sheryl!
posted by Robert Rasmussen Jr.
Thank you for your input Sheryl, it was very helpful.
posted by Lynette Eckard
Thank you for adding your DNA to WikiTree, Sheryl.

I doubt that you need it, but here is a link that will tell you more about how DNA kits are used on WikiTree: Getting the Best from DNA


Claire ~ WikiTree Greeter

posted by Claire (Chapel) Nava
Thanks for the FOND A GRAVE work

Daisey A. Fish

posted by Daisey Fish
---for your DATA DOCTOR badge thanks

Daisey A. Fish

posted by Daisey Fish
Hi Sheryl, 8th cousin, once removed! Didn't realize you're in the Hanks line with me. Always fun to find a new cousin!
posted by Stephanie Ward
Hey, cuz!

Interesting! - it is fun to find connections you never knew about. Thanks for letting me know.

posted by Sheryl Moore
WikiTree needs to find a way to add a 'Star' or something to the Generous Genealogist Badge as with military Combat Ribbons for people like Sheryl (one Badge just isn't enough). She is ultra-helpful, knowledgeable, generous with her time, warm, and a credit to WikiTree. She has the patience of Job and the WikiWisdom of Solomon. Truly a delight to communicate with. Warmest Regards and Thank you for "being there." - James
posted by James Washington
Sheryl, the Appreciation Team thanks for you for efforts toward making our Shared Tree the best it can be with your 1000+ contributions during August 2019. You are an important part of what we are all about!

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Sheryl!

The Appreciation Team thanks you for all for your hard work for reaching 1000+ contributions for the month July 2019. Onward and upward!

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Today I was crabby and left a comment that I should not have made to Sheryl. For this I am deeply sorry to have hurt her. She took the time to answered me very graciously with some very sound advice and suggestions. For this I am truly thankful to have someone like this watching over me and giving me guidance. She is an awesome lady! and member of WikiTree. I will try harder to watch my frustrations. I took her advice and had a hot chocolate to relax. Thank you for your help and kindness. You are wonderful!!


You are awesome!

I do not care what anyone says, This is the very best team around. This team has dealt with homelessness, pneunonia, friends and family dropping in, plans changing, computer issues and more. We all still got in and sourced as best we could.

You are an amazingly awesome team and I am so blessed to have you all in Legacy Heirs. I hope to have you all back next year.


posted by Lisa (Kelsey) Murphy
Thank you for your work on correcting categories on my 2GGM. While checking your work I revisited that family and started pushing that brickwall back in time. Still have lots of updating to do. Hope there are not to many distractions again.
posted by Pat (Fuller) Credit
Thank you Sheryl.
posted by Darlene (Scott) Kerr

THANKS So Much for all your help. So appreciative for you sharing your knowledge about genealogy.

Kindly, Cheryl (Givens) Maxwell

posted by Cheryl Givens