Carole Partridge

Carole Partridge

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Carole L. Partridge
Born 1960s.
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Daughter of and [private mother (1930s - unknown)]
Sister of [private brother (1960s - unknown)]
Mother of [private daughter (unknown - unknown)] and [private son (1990s - unknown)]
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Quick Note, 15 Sep 2018

I’m sorry if you have tried to contact me and I haven’t gotten back to you!

A few minor emergencies in my personal life have put me weeks behind on email. If you don’t hear back from me by October 1, please contact me again.

My apologies for the delay. Carole


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. Now I'm volunteering as a Greeter. At this point, I'm particularly interested in tracing family who lived along the east side of the Hudson River in upstate New York. I'm also interested in family from the time of the Puritan Great Migration.

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... which brings me to this.

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Following this tag may decrease how often I embarrass myself.
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.
I'm hoping to learn something about my 4th ggm, Jane Boyer of St. George's, Bermuda. She was born in 1782, and married Henshall Stubbs on Grand Turk Island in 1803.
My maternal grandmother was Nora Gertrude Crews. Her extended family moved from Perry County, Alabama, to Smith County, Texas, in 1879.
My maternal great-grandmother was Laura Jane Crone. Her grandfather, Cyrus Scott Crone, moved from Ohio to Smith County, Texas, in the mid to late 1800s.
Cynthia Frisbie was my 3rd ggm. She was born about 1818 in Mississippi and came to Texas. She married William Sturrock of Angus, Scotland.
I'm a Greeter... Hi!
My husband's surname. His family came from Broome County, New York. 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.
I'm a descendent of John Partridge of Medfield, Massachusetts.
Nancy Pumphrey was my 3rd ggm. She was born in 1810 in Pitt County, North Carolina. She married John Gregory in Georgia about 1830. They moved to the Republic of Texas after he was charged with murder in the US.
Serena Savell was my 3rd ggm. She was born about 1820 in Mississippi, and married Stephen Allen. She died in 1879 in Rusk County, Texas.
Mary Sider/Siders, sister of Joseph, was my 3rd ggm. She was born 1825 in Pennsylvania. She married Cyrus Scott Crone in Champaign County, Ohio in 1850. They settled in Smith County in East Texas, where Cyrus worked as a cabinet maker. Mary died in Texas in 1916.
Mary Sider/Siders, sister of Joseph, was my 3rd ggm. She was born 1825 in Pennsylvania. She married Cyrus Scott Crone in Champaign County, Ohio in 1850. They settled in Smith County in East Texas, where Cyrus worked as a cabinet maker. Mary died in Texas in 1916.
I think that Anstress Wainright was my husband's 2nd ggm. She was born about 1824 in New York, and married Reuben Sanders. They lived near Binghamton, Broome, New York.

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On 18 Oct 2018 at 02:32 GMT G Moore LtCol wrote:

Carole, There is a new Sticker for New York Project Members to put on their profile.
Carole Partridge is a member of Project New York.

Are you still an active member of this project? I have been trying to clean up the project page and figure out what profiles should be managed by the project.

On 15 Oct 2018 at 02:44 GMT Sonia Rosario wrote:

Thank you for your time and welcome

On 2 Oct 2018 at 02:01 GMT James Ulmer wrote:


On 22 Sep 2018 at 14:25 GMT M Cole wrote:

Carole, thank you so much for the cautionary note you left on the John & Abigail Bullard profiles. It saved me a ton of time, and I was actually able to make sense of it and find wills for both John's to confirm the children. Poor Abigail born in 1708, she seems to show up in all kinds of different families.

On 17 Sep 2018 at 18:15 GMT Ike Stein wrote:

Hello, my paternal great grandfather was Adolph I Stein of Galveston Tx- are there any other relatives that can tell more about my ancestors?

On 17 Sep 2018 at 03:35 GMT Dan Crites wrote:

Now that is bad right off the hop.

That should have read "Thank you Carole with an E". So sorry!

On 17 Sep 2018 at 03:33 GMT Dan Crites wrote:

Thank you Wendy for the quick Greeting and Confirmation.

I will take the New Member introduction so I can start looking at my GEDCOM. If I have questions, I now know where you are. Again thank you!

On 6 Sep 2018 at 06:24 GMT Wendy (Rogers) Haylor wrote:

Add me to your list- 5th cousin!

On 31 Aug 2018 at 19:24 GMT Bob Keniston Jr. wrote:

The 2018 Source-a-Thon is upon us. The S-a-T will run from Friday, September 28, 8AM EDT to Monday, October 1, 8AM EDT. Check the G2G feed for the signup post. When you sign up, mention that you want to be on Team Massachusetts.

Bob Keniston, Team Massachusetts Captain

On 28 Aug 2018 at 18:37 GMT Janice McKnight (Weidenhammer) McKnight wrote:

Thanks for volunteering to help "newbies" on WikiTree. I will try and remember that when I get stuck or need info.

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