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Anonymous Nagel

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Anonymous A. Nagel
Born 1970s.
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Account confirmed 20 Sep 2017 | Anonymous's 40527 contributions | 1336 thank-yous received
Profile last modified | Created 20 Sep 2017 | Last significant change: 18 Jan 2019
16:11: Nancy (Connell) Cardoza posted a message on the page for Anonymous Nagel. [Thank Nancy for this | 1 thank-you received]
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Genealogy Methods

When I started, I focused on my family only, but hit some brick walls. Now I'm doing an area study for Pennsylvania. I figure that the more profiles that are accurately created and connected, the more chances that I'll break through those walls. Firm believer that one day, as technology improves, we'll have an almost complete tree with over 100 Billion profiles, everyone in humanity that has existed to date. One day, we'll have algorithms that scour the interweb, texts, documents, and automatically create profiles and error check them.

Note: if you would like to take over as profile manager for any profiles I manage, just send me a note.

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Anonymous is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
AREVALO
Wife's maiden name.
DAGODOG
Mother in law maiden name
FITCH
Mom's maiden name.
HERBST
Family name
KACZMARCZYK
Another family name
KOLENDA
Grandmother's last name
KORN
Grandmothers last name.
MCBANE
Another name in the family.
MCGINNIS
Another name
NAGEL
Trying to figure out my tree
PENNSYLVANIA
Western area
PEPPEL
Great great grandmothers name
RIPITSKY
Great grandmothers name


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On 18 Jan 2019 at 16:11 GMT Nancy (Connell) Cardoza wrote:

I have information about the Lake's back to Henry and Alice who arrived in Boston, About 1650 Alice was executed as a witch.

On 16 Jan 2019 at 03:11 GMT Janet (Adams) Demcoe wrote:

I keep finding more on my ancestors; you continue to track along the same. Between the two of us we may clean up a load of information! Frustrated with Mary Orr, it's apparent her birth date is incorrectly interpreted from headstone and is probably 1791. One day I'll go there myself and check it out. My mother did but she didn't get a rubbing off the stone.

On 11 Jan 2019 at 06:48 GMT Isara (Chellis) Argent wrote:

I posted this to Chris Hoyt in reference to the proposed merge: Hi Chris, In looking over the reference to the two John Challis' profiles, it looks as though there may actually be three Johns, the last born in 1677 after the 2nd one died, which might make more sense considering the timeline where he married Sarah Frame. I am looking at pages 89, 90, etc. https://archive.org/stream/cu31924025963772/cu31924025963772_djvu.txt

On 8 Jan 2019 at 03:13 GMT S Azevedo wrote:

Anonymous, I accepted the merge. Hopefully I did it correctly, as I don't think I have ever done it before. Thank you for finding (Great Aunt) Maggie Bigham Cornelius Price's link to her parents and siblings.

On 2 Jan 2019 at 14:03 GMT Cindy (Bourque) Cooper wrote:

Anonymous, I am going to reject two of the Catherine Boyer merges, not because they are wrong, but all of them should be merged into the one with the lowest number Boyer-74. I will repropose them that way. Thanks for catching all those duplicates! The reason to do that is to avoid multiple redirects on the backend. This way everything points straight to the final profile.

On 17 Nov 2018 at 13:40 GMT s Davenport wrote:

Re: proposed mergers between Jennie J Burchard and Jane J Birchard. and merger of Cyrus Burchard and Cyrus Birchard.

I agree to merger into the Birchard last name- have set Jennie and Jane to an unmerged match until you get approval on Cyrus. If you are not related, you have just stumbled into a great controversy of the late 1800s. Some of Thomas Birchard's descendants chose to spell their name Burchard while the others settled on Birchard. Obviously both were probably used interchangeably earlier. I have a copy of a letter by a Nathan Burchard you might find interesting. See my public genealogy blog]. Crawford county records that I have found, are all in the "i" camp.

On 10 Oct 2018 at 17:20 GMT Stacy (Sedlacek) Walliser wrote:

RE: Anonymous Nagel has proposed a merge between Noah Potts (Potts-56) and Noah Potts (Potts-1534).

I am not opposed to merging the two profiles if the manager for Potts-56 does not disagree.

On 24 Sep 2018 at 21:49 GMT Pat (Fuller) Credit wrote:

Thanks for source for the father and mother of Henry J Heinz. I will be updating the bios for those profiles.

On 18 Sep 2018 at 21:21 GMT Janet (Adams) Demcoe wrote:

Thanks for the notification on the Douglas merges. I have been in contact with owners of some ancestors and we've been collaboration. Since so many in that era have the same names, it's been difficult!

On 20 Jul 2018 at 14:55 GMT Julie (McClure) Campbell wrote:

Halbert is NOT a unique first name among the 1600-1800 McClures, it is quite common actually, along with Alexander, Moses, and a couple others. There was a strong tradition of naming children after other family members, so the same handful of given names is used over and over.

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