Carole Lynn Partridge

Carole Partridge

Privacy Level: Private with Public Biography and Family Tree (Yellow)
Carole L. Partridge
Born 1960s.
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of and
Sister of [private brother (1960s - unknown)]
Mother of [private daughter (unknown - unknown)] and [private son (1990s - unknown)]
Account confirmed 24 Sep 2013 | Carole's 63050 contributions | 8530 thank-yous received
Partridge-944 created 24 Sep 2013 | Last modified | Last edit: 15 Oct 2017
13:03: Bronwen Cunningham posted a message on the page for Carole Partridge. [Thank Bronwen for this | 1 thank-you received]
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Wiki Genealogist September 2017 Club 1,000 US History Project Member Source-a-Thon 2017 Participant August 2017 Club 1,000 Greeter Mentor Arborist WikiTree Leader Genealogical Society Member Pre-1500 Pre-1700 Generous Genealogist - Red Star Generous Genealogist - Blue Star Generous Genealogist -  Green Star Super Star Puritan Great Migration Project Member G2G6 July 2017 Club 1,000 June 2017 Club 1,000
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Biography

I have been interested in genealogy since childhood because my grandparents, great-aunts and great-uncles were wonderful family storytellers. The problem was that I didn't know which stories were true, and which were either family legends or bedtime stories never intended to be taken as actual family history.

I became more serious about genealogy from 2006 to 2007, but gave it up after coming across so many wacky online family trees. In 2013, my brother asked a question about Henry Frank Smith, our great-great-grandfather. A quick Google search showed that there were now multitudes of free internet resources, including newspaper images, cemetery records, passenger lists, and some vital records going back to the 1600s. I caught the genealogy bug again.

I discovered WikiTree in September 2013, and have been using it extensively. I'm volunteering as a Greeter/Mentor, and an Arborist, focusing on merging and cleaning up Puritan Great Migration profiles.


Relatives (I know of) who are active on WikiTree

... which brings me to this.





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  • private children's names (2)
  • spouse's name and marriage information
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Followed Tags
Carole is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Following this tag may decrease how often I embarrass myself.
ARBORISTS
Arborists propose merges and clean up messy profiles. If you're patient and detail-oriented, this job's for you!
BEDELL
I'm trying to distinguish between 2 or 3 Daniel Bedells to identify my third great-grandfather. He was born about 1800 in Dutchess County, New York, and moved to Rensselaer County as a child or young adult.
BLACK_SHEEP
My third great grandfather, John Gregory, was charged with murder in Thomas County, Georgia, in 1835. To escape prosecution, he fled the US with his younger brother, Richard, and they settled in the newly formed Republic of Texas.
CREWS
Maiden name of my maternal grandmother. Her extended family moved from Perry County, Alabama, to Smith County, Texas, in 1879. I'd be interested in a one-name study.
CRONE
Maiden name of my maternal great-grandmother. Her grandfather, Cyrus Scott Crone, moved from Ohio to Smith County, Texas, in the mid to late 1800s.
DUPLICATES
Following this tag as part of Arborist role.
GREETERS
Replacing tag I deleted by accident!
HAKES
My husband's surname. His family came from Broome County, New York. I'd be interested in participating in a one-name study. Although the word hake can refer to a kind of fish, the surname Hakes probably refers to a bill hook (or "bill"), a nasty weapon used in medieval warfare.
HOW_TO_WIKITREE
May be able to help some people having trouble joining WikiTree.
LEADERS
I'm a co-leader of the Greeter Project.
MENTORS
Following this tag because I'm part of the Mentor Team .
MERGES
Following this tag as part of Arborist role.
PARTRIDGE
My surname.
PGM
Puritan Great Migration - many of my ancestors and those of my husband were part of the wave of people, Puritan and otherwise, who came to America between 1621 and 1640.
PPP
So I can pitch in to help.
QUESTION_OF_THE_WEEK
Always interesting.
STYLE
Following this tag as part of Arborist and Mentor roles.
TIPS
Following this tag as part of Mentor role.
VOLUNTEER
Keeping up with new members!


DNA Connections
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Carole by comparing test results with other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA. However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line. It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Carole:

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On 15 Oct 2017 at 17:03 GMT Bronwen Cunningham wrote:

Thanks for reaching out Carole. I seem to be doing fine and the various WikiTree guides make all the difference. I've only had to merge one record I entered without paying attention. The big thing at the moment is learning to read the abbreviations and handwriting on the 1851 England & Wales census. I'm accessing this through a paid subscription site that provided basic transcriptions, but not so much on the occupation column. I think my farmer relatives are being described as having 55 and 150 acres apiece... I've been reading the 1851 census abbreviation guides and other info I can find online, but finding that basically it comes down to puzzling it out in some cases. So back to the best advice I've been given so far - take your time and learn the ropes!

On 12 Oct 2017 at 13:52 GMT Jennifer (Kelly) Graham none wrote:

Thanks Carole! Hopefully I can help grow this tree.

On 10 Oct 2017 at 07:44 GMT Ruth Hadikin wrote:

Thank you for checking in Carole - and for the tip about the links in the email! When I clicked on it in your first message, I got a 'page not found' message which led me to think wiki-tree wasn't being kept up to date! It took me a while to figure out where your comment would appear on the site (on my profile page) - but when I found it and clicked on the link from there, I found the New Member page! So it's a bit of a learning curve but I am very pleased to be a part of such a fabulous project. I had been wondering for a long time how I can save all my family research in a place that will be available for future generations, and I'm sure wiki-tree is the answer! Thank you for your support and guidance!

On 9 Oct 2017 at 17:23 GMT Laurie Angel wrote:

Thank you for your support Carole. I have limited time for my new family tree Wiki, but at some point I will engage more deeply. I like the concept but I have trees set up in at least 4 other databases. Each has it's quirks. Appreciation your reaching out. I will definitely keep your offer in mind.

On 5 Oct 2017 at 19:18 GMT Maureen Angela Riley wrote:

OH I have been busy making a copy of what I found on my site first then I did try some thing but it said it may stick forever so I didn't again?....?

On 3 Oct 2017 at 03:20 GMT Rebecca (Fuller) Christensen wrote:

Thank you . I am new to research but look forward to finding relatives

On 2 Oct 2017 at 11:49 GMT Linda Jackson wrote:

Thank you Carole for the greeting. I am new to this whole thing and I am noticing with different sites and sources I'm getting different info on the same person. How do you know which is correct? Also what is the best way to get started accurately without having to keep correcting your information? Thank you for any advice. BTW I had a DNA kit done with MyHeritage and have started the tree there.

On 1 Oct 2017 at 17:57 GMT Wolfgang Tremmel wrote:

Thank you - all fine so far. I had one question which was quickly answered. Most annoying is that I cannot simply upload my complete database (well, yes, I can upload it and I did but I have to add every person to the tree manually).

On 1 Oct 2017 at 13:34 GMT Peggy Burnette wrote:

Hello, Carole

Thank you for your message. I am still finding my way and learning as I go. The How-To info. is helpful and I have printed out some of it. My main reason for joining WikiTree was because I have hit a 'brick wall' with my research into my direct paternal branch of the Burnett's. I am hopeful someone among the other members might have some info. Thanks again for checking, Peggy

On 30 Sep 2017 at 22:37 GMT George Helms Jr wrote:

Hi Carole. I'm sorry for taking so long to respond. So far, the how-to's have been fairly helpful. That being said, I've been super busy and I haven't had too much time to do much here. If I need help, I'll let you know.

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