Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin
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Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin

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Current leader and co-founder of WikiTree's France Project. For more information about the project please send me a private message or post a comment on this page. If you have specific genealogy questions please post them in G2G.

For a list of projects I'm involved in see my badges.

A small part of my family tree is on WikiTree. The larger version that used to be on Généanet has been removed due to Généanet being now part of Ancestry.

Je parle français. Consultez les pages d'aide en français ou contactez-moi par message privé ou commentaire si vous avez des questions.

Isabelle E. Martin formerly Rassinot
Born 1960s.
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Daughter of [private father (1940s - unknown)] and [private mother (1930s - unknown)]
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Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin is 1/4 Swiss.
Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin is 1/2 Belgian.
Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin is French.

Contents

Biography

Languages

My native language is French.
My level in English has been evaluated as C1 (Effective operational proficiency or advanced) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
I have very basic notions of Russian and Dutch.

Other

Isabelle was featured in a Meet Our Members Post on the WikiTree Blog!

I was born and raised in a small village ouside the suburbs of Paris, France. My father is from the same village; his mother was Swiss-born. My mother, on the other hand, is a true Fleming from Lille, with lots of Belgian ancestors. See where my ancestors lived.

My family tree was started more than 30 years ago with data from my great-grandparents "livret de famille" - the small booklet the mayor gives you when you get married, which is an official document. I thought my great-great-grandma had an interesting name and that's how I caught the bug.

My Badges

Courtesy of JN Murphy.

About Sources

Basic hints on how to differentiate a source which you should consider uncertain. This crucial information is unfortunately hidden in the "Uncertain" help page.

This is the baptism act of my earliest known ancestor, Jehan Dagincourt, on 21 May 1584.

Connections

Below are a few Notables I connected to the main tree. They are only the result of my connecting efforts; I am not related to any of them.

French notables

Who Why
Gabrielle ChanelFashion designer
Colette Author
Claude Monet Painter
Édith Piaf Singer
Thérèse de LisieuxCatholic nun
Alexandre Dumas, pèreAuthor
Antoine de Saint-ExupéryAuthor
Denis Diderot Author
Emile Zola Author
Louis Aragon, Elsa Triolet Authors
Maurice Chevalier Singer, entertainer
Jean-Paul Sartre and cousin Albert Schweitzer Nobel Prize laureates (Sartre declined)
Johnny Hallyday Singer
France Gall and Michel Berger Singers
Louis BrailleInventor of the Braille writing system for the blind
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Painter
Berthe Morisot and Édouard ManetPainters
Jacques OffenbachComposer
Alfred SisleyPainter
Paul CézannePainter
Camille Pissarro Painter
Pierre de CoubertinFounder of the modern Olympic Games
Ferdinand de Lesseps Civil engineer
René Descartes Philosopher
Michel de Montaigne Author
Simone Veil Politician, Holocaust survivor
Alfred DreyfusMilitary officer, protagonist of the famous Dreyfus Affair
Gilbert Motier de La FayetteFounding father, figure of the French Revolution
Maximilien de RobespierreLeading figure of the French Revolution
Jules BretonPainter
Honoré de BalzacAuthor
Jeanne MoreauActress
Henri BecquerelPhysicist, Nobel Prize laureate
Georges SeuratPainter
Robert and Sonia DelaunayPainters
Claude DebussyComposer
Jules VerneAuthor
Louis PasteurChemist, microbiologist, inventor of several vaccines
Auguste BartholdiSculptor
Jacques-Yves CousteauExplorer, oceanographer
Luis CasadesusPatriarch of the Casadesus family (musicians, actors)
Alfred de MussetAuthor
Alexandra David-NéelExplorer
Rosa Bonheur Painter
Jacques Chirac President of France
Jean Casimir-Perier Politician (President of France)
Alexandre MillerandPolitician (President of France)
Vincent Auriol Politician, President of France
Georges PompidouPresident of France
Albert LebrunPresident of France
Félix FaurePresident of France
Paul d'Estournelles de ConstantNobel Peace Prize winner
Augustin Fresnel and cousin Prosper MériméePhysicist / Author
Marceline Loridan-IvensHolocaust survivor, author
Raymond Poincaré & cousin Henri PoincaréPolitican and mathematician
Michel Ney Marshall of the First Empire
Jacques-Louis David Painter
Clémentine Solignac Supercentenarian

Other Notables

Who Why
Audrey Hepburn Actress
John Singer SargentPainter
Natalie Clifford BarneyAuthor
Farrah FawcettActress
Lili Brik As sister of Elsa Triolet
Joris Ivens Film director; as husband of Marceline Loridan
Jean Seberg Actress
Margaret Rutherford Actress
Stewart GrangerActor
Johnny WeissmullerOlympic swimmer and actor


Sources

  • First-hand information. Entered by Isabelle Rassinot at registration.

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Hello Isabelle,

The April 2022 Connect-a-Thon is about a week away. It will be from Apr 22-25, 2022. Would you like to participate with the Tree Nuts Team again in this Thon? If you would like to join us, be sure and ANSWER the G2G sign up post. Click ‘Answer this post’ and mention that you want to be on the Tree Nuts team!

We hope you can join us!

Robin

P.S. For this event, ‘connecting’ means that you use the add links on a profile created before 22 April to create profiles for parents, siblings, spouses, and children. The goal is not to connect to the main tree, but to add as many linked profiles as possible.

posted by Robin (Dodge) Shaules
Dear Isabelle,

Thank you for what you're doing with the Disproven Existence sub-project of the Profile Improvement Project. Here's what we're doing with other parts of PIP. You're welcome to join us if you've got extra time.

The Profile Improvement Project (PIP) is performing its first annual check-in with our project members. Please review the following and let us know if you are content where we have placed you or would like to be more involved.

We are in the process of transitioning to a team structure. There will be three participant PIP Teams to start -- The Maintenance Category Team, the Unknowns Team, and the Biography Team. There is also the Voyage Team who guide new Voyagers. See the Profile Improvement Project Teams for a brief outline of each team. You're currently identified as a member of the Biography Team Level 1, working on profiles from your own watchlist and whatever else you find. Biography Teams Levels 2 and 3 will work on designated profiles for notables (Level 3) and everyday people (Level 2). Please let us know if you would like to help with another Team.

You joined the Project before the Voyage started in late 2018. We would like to invite you to consider a "fast track" Voyage, especially if you would like to work at a higher level on the Biography Team. If you’re interested, choose a profile ‘’’from your own watchlist’’’ that you have completed to the best of your ability and compare it to the Voyage Biography Standards. If your profile is at Level 2 or better, include a link to the profile in your response to this check-in for a “fast track” review.

We would also like to invite you to join the email GoogleGroup and text chat Discord channel for our project. (When you request to join our GoogleGroup, please be sure to include your Wiki ID). Neither is required; we also use the Profile_Improvement tag in G2G for Project announcements. You will find more information on the GoogleGroup.

We thank you for all you do to help the Profile Improvement Project and WikiTree. The Project’s mission is to:

Make profiles beautiful! We clean up messy biography sections and sources, and try to set standards for attractive, useful, and well-written biographies, starting with those we manage.

We know you’re working on profiles *smile* We would like to hear about successes you’ve had toward the Project’s goals. We would also appreciate any feedback you might have to help us improve the Project. Please share your thoughts in a reply to this comment or privately via private message to either of us.

Sincerely,

Debi Hoag and Robin Shaules Co-Leaders, Profile Improvement Project

posted by Robin (Dodge) Shaules
Hi Isabelle, on 11 Februari 2022 I sent you an inmail requesting to be added as active co-manager to some protected profiles. I have not heard from you since. If you require more information, please let me know. I will resend you the list of profiles. Kindly, Philip van der Walt
posted by Philip van der Walt
Thanks Isabelle, I'll be busy the coming weeks with the profiles; much appreciated you adding me to the active manager lists.
posted by Philip van der Walt
You've been activated as manager where you were already on the trusted list and added as a manager elsewhere, except for one profile which the France project does not manage. I said I was doing it, of course it's been done. I thought you would get notifications or at least check back.

Regards.

Hi saw Isabelle, and understood that Isabelle. I did receive notifications and I did check back; I also thanked the France project for adding me to the lists, but you would not receive any such notifications from a non-person profile; that's why I'm thanking you with sincerity now. Once again kind regards, Philip van der Walt
posted by Philip van der Walt
Bonjour Isabelle,

I've been working on a project with our Acadian cousins to provide a source page regarding the French origins of Acadians. As I'm sure you know these have often had a mix of location names in profiles (including parishes, later départements, régions, etc.), which are not only inaccurate for the time but can make people seem to be different when they're not. It's become bigger project than expected - but it's also helping us correct and organize profiles. The latest version is at the following page - and as you can see I've also tied into our resources from the France Project - but let me know if you think there are other things that should be added: https://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Space:French_Origins_of_Acadians&public=1 Also I sent a message about the France Project Google group. Many thanks! Tyler

posted by Tyler Benoit
Isabelle,

Thank you so much for correcting various incorrect names for the Auschwitz concentration camp to KZ Auschwitz, Gau Oberschlesien, Großdeutsches Reich. I always feel uncomfortable seeing countryname Polska or Poland there, and will adopt your location name in future cases!

posted by Jan Terink
Thank you - I feel it is only correct to use the German location. It's sometimes clumsy to use historic locations but in this case, it tells things as they were.
Bonjour Isabelle. Je suis Français, et je viens de m'inscrire. Je vois que, même sur le Projet France, tout est en anglais. J'ai voulu poster un message sur le forum, j'ai reçu le bandeau suivant : "You need 100 points to create new tags. The following tags are not allowed: raudot". je ne sais pas ce que c'est qu'un tag (chez nous ce sont des dessins sur les murs), ni les autres mots utilisés. Et surtout, il n'y a pas de bouton pour changer de langue. Je crois que je vais vite me lasser de ce site, pourtant intéressant. Bien à vous. JR
posted by Jean Raudot
Bonjour Jean,

Une partie des pages d'aide a été traduite en français par "des" volontaire(s). Ici https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:WikiTree_Help_%28FR%29 Malheureusement, la navigation entre les versions anglaise et internationales a récemment été changée. Pour l'explication des fameux "tags", c'est ici: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:Fr:Mots-cl%C3%A9s La page du projet France a été traduite en français également, mais elle n'est hélas pas tout à fait à jour: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:France_%28fr%29

N'hésitez pas à me contacter (y compris par message privé) si vous avez d'autre questions.

Cordialement, Isabelle

Isabelle,

Thank you for contributing to the December 2021 Sourcerers Challenge! As you know, every source added to an unsourced profile improves our One Tree. Thank you for taking time from your own family history to help others.

Nan, WT Appreciation Team

posted by Nan (Lambert) Starjak
Would you be able to add H1b to the MtDNA haplogroups? Thank you.

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:MtDNA_Haplogroup_H

posted by Beryl Meehan
I'm sorry, I am no longer responsible for the Categories project and at any rate have never dealt with DNA categories as DNA is a topic I don't understand at all. Please contact the DNA project. I hope they can help you.
Bonjour Isabelle, can you do a lookup for French records on Majolier-15? His birthplace in the 1891 British census is "Oakmahere", obviously an phonetic attempt at a French locale.
posted by Jessica Key
Thank you very much for adding the cemetery that I requested.
posted by Pat Songe
Isabelle, Thank you for joining the September Connecting Challenge and helping us create 2246 new profiles! Our 2021 total is now 26,226!

We’ve started the October challenge here: October Connecting Challenge

Emma

25 Profiles
Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin created 43 new profiles during the September 2021 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.
Isabelle, Thank you for joining the August Connecting Challenge and helping us create 2262 new profiles!

We’ve started the September challenge here: September Connecting Challenge

25 Profiles
Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin created 31 new profiles during the August 2021 US Black Heritage Project Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Bonjour Isabelle,

J'ai un arbre contenant 130000 personnes. D'une manière générale et à part les ascendance nobles ces informations sont sourcées ou alors notées ccomme "à confirmer" dans mon arbre. Je souhaiterais pouvoir charger un fichier GED, mais je ne veux pas le faire de manière aveugle. En particulier charger des doublons sur l'ascendance noble. Et si je ne le fait pas, comment refaire la jonction avec ceux qui existent déjà sur le site. J'ai beaucoup de branches qui ne sont pas dans wikitree, donc ma contribution serait intéressante. Voir mon arbre sur geneanet .... Je pratique la recherche en ligne sur les AD, l'utilisation des sources dépouillées par les associations de généalogie, la recherche d'actes notariés dans les archives (ce qui m'a permis de progresser sur des informations incomplètes (mariage non filiatifs) dans les registres BMS. Merci de me guider dans ma démarche. Bien cordialement Vincent

posted by Vincent Lebreton
Bonjour Vincent,

Désolée pour la réponse tardive; j'étais absente et ai eu quelques difficultés à me mettre à jour. En ce qui concerne les GEDCOM je ne les ai jamais utilisés, mais il existe des pages d'aide (traduites en français) ici: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:GEDCOMs_%28FR%29 En principe, le système prévoir le raccordement aux branches existantes. Il faut absolument faire le maximum pour éviter la création de doublons ce qui implique de vérifier chaque variante possible du nom de famille. Je vous envoie un autre message séparément.

Cordialement, Isabelle

Bonjour Isabelle, as the movie 'The Last Duel' is coming out soon, any possibility that the France Project will create profiles for the historical people? Jean de Carrouges, his wife Marguerite, Jacques Le Gris, etc?
posted by Jessica Key
Bonjour Isabelle,

Merci beaucoup d'avoir contribué à mon arbre généalogique pendant le WikiTree Challenge! Yvette Hoitink

posted by Yvette Hoitink
Bonjour, Isabelle: may I ask for a lookup for the birth record of Jean Pierre Reinach, Reinach-8? I suspect he is related to the same Reinach family that produced Hans Habe's first wife, Erika. According to a travel record, Jean Pierre was born in Paris.
posted by Jessica Key
I checked this a few weeks ago, Jessica, and if there is a connection, it's not close...
Thanks Isabelle! I realized I hadn't added a parent category for https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:US_Southern_Colonies_Family_Studies & went back to add it... there it was. Thanks!
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Hi Isabelle,

I would like to thank you for all your contributions towards the goals of the England Project during the past six months. We've achieved a huge amount during this period and we couldn't have done it without you and our other project members.

As the England Project Leaders, we are completing our six monthly check-in with all project members.

Are you happy to stay in your current project team(s)? Which team(s) are you most active in? Are there other teams you would like to join or become more active in?

Also, do you have any feedback on what the project is doing well and anything we could do better in the future?

Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks!

Nic, England Project Leader

posted by Nic Donnelly
Thank you, Isabelle, for joining the May Connecting Challenge and helping us create 3726 new profiles!

We’ve started the June challenge here: June Connecting Challenge

300 Profiles
Isabelle created 319 new profiles during the May 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Thank you for another great month helping us create 4886 new profiles!
100 Profiles
Isabelle created 201 new profiles during the April 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Isabelle,

Thank you for joining the March Connecting Challenge and helping us create 3850 profiles!

100 Profiles
Isabelle created 216 new profiles during the March 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.

Emma

Isabelle, thank you for adding the Migration CIB to the Van Diemen's ones after the recent G2G post, I went to add them and you had beaten me to it! Thanks heaps for your help.

Regards, Margaret

Hello Isabelle,

I wanted to make sure you saw that we're making a last minute change to the Connection Finder theme for this coming Wednesday: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1210761/connect-weeks-connection-finder-profiles-childrens-authors. I'd love to see who you would put on the list!

Thanks, Abby

posted by Abby (Brown) Glann
Thanks for the heads-up, Abby! I'm actually SO relieved I won't have to work on Descartes's biography this week-end, you have no idea (well... perhaps you do, actually!)

Isabelle

Isabelle,

Thank you for joining our first ever Connecting Challenge and helping us create 2729 profiles by creating an amazing 244!

You can add the participation sticker to your profile if you’d like. Connecting Challenge Stickers

Thank you for joining the March challenge.

Emma

100 Profiles
Isabelle created 100 new profiles during the February 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.
100 Profiles
Isabelle created 100 new profiles during the February 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.
25 Profiles
Isabelle created 25 new profiles during the February 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.
Another request: Gouraud-4, a rather interesting fellow with some interesting connections, who needs help reconnecting to his French family. He may have been born in Martinique, but my only source for that is his Wikipedia profile, not exactly an authoritative source.
posted by Jessica Key
And another who badly needs help: La_Meurthe-1
posted by Jessica Key
Hello Isabelle, I notice you changed a category on one of my profiles from

'Category:Killed in Action, France, World War I' to'[Category:Killed in Action, United Kingdom, World War I.' William Henry Haley was an Australian soldier killed in France. He did not die of wounds in the United Kingdom.

Is the 'killed in France' no longer a category? Thanks, Christine

Hello Christine,

Thanks for your note - the "Killed in Action" (and other similar, Died of Wounds, Wounded in Action, etc.) are to be formatted as follows: "Killed in Action, <Country Served>, <War>"). So, the category "Killed in Action, France" exists, but it is reserved to soldiers who were in the French Army (French soldiers and some of the Foreign Legion). I did make a mistake of using "United Kingdom" when I should have used Australia. Sorry about this. I must say the mistake of using "France" instead of country served is very frequent. We were fixing about 30 profiles with this problem and I must have been too quick. Thanks for understanding, Isabelle

Thanks Isabelle. That makes sense. My mistake was in choosing it from the drop down category choices without checking information about its use, and reading it as 'killed in action IN France'. I may have a few others labelled, but not many, for I hadn't been in the habit of adding categories until recently. Thanks for fixing. All the best for 2021, Christine
Bonjour Isabelle, may I request some assistance with Comte Roger de Perigny? He needs connecting to his French roots: Périgny-23
posted by Jessica Key
Hi Jessica,

I'm afraid I've been under the water and overlooked this. Give me a few more days and if still nothing has moved, feel free to ping me again. Thanks!

Isabelle, please don’t add “tribe” to the Native American sticker. It’s included already in the template, so it ends up saying “was a member of xxx tribe tribe.” Thx, Kathie
posted by Kathie (Parks) Forbes
Hi Kathie,

Unfortunately, if we do not add "Tribe" then the profiles are automatically assigned to a category that doesn't exist. There is only a category "Coeur d'Alene Tribe" but no category "Coeur d'Alene". Would you please consider discussing this with the Native Americans project? Renaming the category "Coeur d'Alene Tribe" to just "Coeur d'Alene" should eliminate the problem. Thanks, Isabelle (Categorization Project)

posted by Karen Lowe
Hi Isabelle,

We've not yet received a reply from you regarding the message we recently sent about the England Project. We hope you're okay! We realise that your interests may have moved on, however, and so of we don't hear from you by the end of December we'll presume that you wish to be removed from the Project. Of course, you'll be welcome to rejoin us at a later time if you wish :)

Regards, Amy, Lizzie & Joan.

posted by Amelia Utting
Hi Amy,

Sorry - I did not want to respond immediately to the 1st message because it looked very busy with everyone replying at the same time :-) I'm happy to stay aboard, though my activity is hard to fit neatly in a team or county. I work mostly on adding English family to people with French connections (an ongoing project is Philip Hermogenes Calderon https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Calderon-341), also some notables (I recently completed the great-grandparents for https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Dommett-14) - I have fun doing these things now and then, so no intention to quit. Isabelle

Hi Isabelle, you edited Zyx-2 to clarify that the existence of this person is unknown. Are you aware of any sources, even secondary, that discuss her existence? I have yet to come across anything.

Thanks, Eli

posted by E. Logan
Hi Isabelle :)

It's that time of the year again: check-in time! As England Project Leaders, we like to check in with you every six months or so to see how things are progressing. Back in May, we didn't ask for a response due to the rapid emergence of Covid-19 because we understood that people's lives were changing rapidly. While we are still living in a Covid world, we do need to hear back from you this time around.

First of all, how are you doing? What are you currently working on? Are you happy with the team(s) you're in, or would you like to change things up?

Secondly, we're looking for some feedback on the Google Group and our Discord server. Do you use either or both of these? If you don't use either, why not? Do you have any suggestions on how we can improve participation and collaboration, either generally or for you personally?

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Amy, Joan & Lizzie.

posted by Amelia Utting
Merci, mon ami! How are the University of Paris improvements coming along? Au revoir...
posted by Casimer Russak III
Hi. I’m a little confused by the change you made to the One Study sticker on James Greenlees. Are those templates changing? There’s nothing on the One Study page about it. If it is changing will editbot change the rest?
Hello.

The word "Study" was missing and that triggered a red category. It took me a few moments to figure it out so I'm afraid the change history looks a bit confusing. Sorry about that. There are no planned changes that I'm aware of.

posted by Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin
edited by Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin
Isabelle, for the TV detectives, could we maybe connect Jean Richard or Bruno Cremer for portraying Jules Maigret? I don't know their work. I'll see if they are connected on other trees as I don't know anything about researching recent French people.
posted by Karen Lowe
edited by Karen Lowe
Hi Karen,

Thank you. I think Jean Richard is probably the easiest to connect. I'm looking into that. Jean Gabin is another possibility (3 films, no TV series) but he's really hard to connect.

Hello Isabella,

Thank-you for posting your research for Michel Richard b.abt 1719 in France. Gail

posted by G (Rochette) Keefe
Bonjour Isabelle, any possibility of connecting Andree-Josephine Carron, wife of the third Aga Khan?

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Carron-171

posted by Jessica Key
Hi Jessica, I suppose you mean to connect her to her birth family? (she is already connected to the global tree as I'm sure you know) I have found more birth information for her (unsourced) but still haven't checked that archives are available. Will try to keep her in mind.
Yes, I mean connect her to her birth family. Merci beaucoup!
posted by Jessica Key
Hi Isabelle, just posted the same question to Natalie. I see you have been changing Category:Source to state specific categories. Is there a place (g2g perhaps) where I can see the structure explained? Whats a directory, etc. I have a few hundred source pages so want to be aware of new standards. Thank you!
posted by H Husted
Hi Heather, thanks for asking!

Here is the page: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Sources_Categorization_Mapping We are doing this following a request (to Categorization) that the sources be better organized. But there are so many of them, we are sometimes creating new categories on the fly. We posted the question in the Categorization project group, but opted not to go to G2G. Perhaps we should have; we were quite hesitant. Anyway the basics are - all pages in "Sources by Name"; then they should be categorized in either a Topic under "Sources by Topic" (list of topics currently incomplete" or a location under "Sources by Location". Of course each source can go in several categories (some have both topics and locations). "Source Directories" is the place where we put pages that contain lists of sources. Please feel free to ask! I'll update the space page with more information.

Hi Isabelle. I hope you’re having a good summer. Remember Brian Epstein? I just accidentally found a connection between one of the profiles in my one-name study (and a distant relative of mine) who married Ada Attersall: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Coggrave-95

I wouldn’t have predicted that!

posted by Katie Fuller
Nice work, Katie! Of course I haven't forgotten Brian Epstein - that was quite the project. And you've found a shorter connection path for Brian, because now the connection goes through the Coggraves. Woohoo! I bet it's not the last.
Hello, Isabelle

Thanks for all the work you accomplished during our Connect-A-Thon 2020. It is amazing how many more profiles were created and added to our Shared Tree. You have every right to be pleased with your efforts!

Kind regards,

Pippin Sheppard ~ WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

PS: You are one of my favorite WikiTreers!

posted by Pip Sheppard
Isabelle,

I found a Quaker wife in family tree. They have her name as Elizabeth unknown I did find books where she listed as Elizabeth Wingfield there mentioned in profile to Quaker records. Is there anyway to see if the Quakers can verify her Birth names. I sure this good reference or source for her. But thought let the Quaker project know what I found see if they can find anything. I am currently trying to contact the Wingfield family society to see if they have anything on her as well. I hope this helps with this profile.

https://wingfieldfamilysociety.org/

Page 481 History of Cecil County, Maryland: And the Early Settlements Around the Head ...

https://books.google.com/books?id=nsxMAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA481&lpg=PA481&dq=Richard+Hall+and+Elizabeth+Wingfield+maryland&source=bl&ots=r0gCCRh1GT&sig=ACfU3U0m9pAkAmE0ODWorpATyTm4av-KvQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjxk5r0jI_mAhUI01kKHSh-A3s4ChDoATACegQICBAB#v=onepage&q=Richard%20Hall%20and%20Elizabeth%20Wingfield%20maryland&f=false

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Unknown-270169

Billie

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Hi there 

Thanks so very much for your participation in the Data Doctor weekly Challenge. Every suggestion you cleared (88)  made our Tree that much better. The Data Doctor Team and the WikiTree community appreciates the work you are doing..

Janet Wild

A Data Doctor Project Coordinator - Member of the WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Hi Isabelle,

Your England Leaders are completing the six monthly check in with all team members. Thank you for all your work on English Profiles and in particular your work in Arborists, Categories and Middlesex Teams.

These are unprecedented and difficult times, and we understand as Project Leaders that your situation may have changed somewhat in the last few months. What we are all able to/ wish to contribute on Wikitree has changed. Please let me know if you are happy with your current role and team choice, or if you wish to do something additional or different. Thank you again on behalf of all the Project Leaders for everything you do.

Lizzie

Hi Lizzie,

I'm happy remaining in the England project. Middlesex is a challenge, but I'm not a "regional" person, so I might as well stay there. I foresee a massive challenge in the cleaning up of London categories, so I might as well stay there too :-) I'm afraid I haven't been much use to England Arborists though, so please remove me from that team (my arborist "talents" are currently focussed on French Canada). One day, perhaps... Thanks for all the good work!

Isabelle

Hi there, Isabelle!

Thanks so very much for your participation in the spring Clean-a-thon! Every suggestion you cleared (over 3000!) made our Tree that much better. The WikiTree community appreciates YOU!

Pip Sheppard WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Thank you Isabelle for adding the right category box on my latest new profile family starting with Carrie Selk! I am writing an article about her for my genealogy column in our local weekly newspaper! Looks much better now that you have put your touch on her! Many thanks to you Isabelle!!
Salut isabelle,

tu peux regarder ce G2G svp?

https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1003173/need-help-in-linking-pre-1700-marets-11-to-durieu-5-as-spouse?state=comment-1003488&show=1003488#c1003488

La source qu'elle cite en réaction à la première réponse qu'elle a reçue semble une traduction d'un livre de noblesse, ne sais pas lequel.

Danielle

posted by Danielle Liard
Bonjour Isabelle,

je m'apprête à traduire la page du projet Québécois, et voulais savoir où je devrais la relier dans le Portail Francophone avant de commencer. Suggestions?

Danielle

posted by Danielle Liard
A priori, aucune idée... Il faut que je regarde.
Very impressive Isabelle! Where do you find the time? Scott
posted by Scott Lee
Hello Isabelle,

As one of the co-leaders of the European Aristocrats project, I'm messaging to inform you that we are removing the "House Assignments" from our project structure. You are absolutely still welcome to work on the profiles from the families that you chose, we are simply removing the official House Assignments as, for the most part, people choose to work on whichever profiles interest them. We're glad to have you in the project and we hope that you continue to work with us!

On a personal note, thank you so much for your incredible and dedicated work on the French nobility and aristocracy! We value you greatly; you're simply marvelous :)

Regards, Amy Utting

posted by Amelia Utting
Sorry to be so long in answering your request. I would like to remain a member of the France Project tho I have not been very active lately, at anything. Hope to get restarted and do more this coming year. If you want to remove me until I become active and rejoin I will certainly understand.

Thanks, Lynne

posted by Lynne (Amos) Sims

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