Could you please assign a disasters badge. I have been working principally on profiles of those in the Huntly mine disaster but will be starting on some of the other Waikato ones soon. A few of my husband's ancestors were involved in mining in the region and were caught up in some of these...a couple died and others contributed in mining rescue after mining accidents.
Hi Sheryl, I just wanted to say "Congratulations" on becoming one of the newest Green Badged "Generous Genealogist". Nice job working with other members, being an asset to the disasters project, and overall being a great WikiTreer.
(or other equivalent to the English Ancestor Sticker) for profiles of persons who are of Scottish blood, such as Angus Ross, whose both parents were born in Scotland, but who himself was born in Canada ? If there is, i'd like to know it. Thank you! Albertus
Sheryl - I'm not sure which direction suits best for the merge of Ramsey-1523 and Ramsay-2028. Probably easier for you to do it as you know what you want to 'survive' the merge although I'm happy to do it if you wish.
Hi Sheryl. Thanks for adding the details so that I could make the corrections myself. I am protective of this profile as he is my great-grandfather and I know all of his living descendants (except three) personally.
Hi Sheryl, I just wanted to say "Congratulations" on becoming one of the newest Blue Badged "Generous Genealogist", Your assistance to various projects like the Military and War, and recently the Mining Disaster, shows your interest in expanding WikiTree and has been noticed and appreciated by others. Thank you for all you do!!
Hi Sheryl, I would like to be involved in the Worldwide Mining Disaster Project. I am a miners daughter and I have many mining ancestors. I live near Barnsley, Yorkshire, England (about 2 miles from where the Oaks Disaster happened and about 1 mile from where the Lundhill Disaster happened). I am not sure I have the knowledge or skills to help in a big way, but I am willing to do some things. I thought I might try to do some work on the Car House Colliery Disaster, Rotherham, where only 8 miners were killed.