Randi Rivenbark

Randi Rivenbark

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Randi D. Rivenbark
Born 1940s.
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Profile last modified | Created 9 Mar 2011
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This person was created through the import of Earls Family Tree Backup-1_2011-03-08.ged on 09 March 2011. The following data was included in the gedcom. You may wish to edit it for readability.



Name: Randi Diane /Rivenbark/
Source: #S00001
Page: Tree #3359
Text: Date of Import: Nov 25, 2005


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I have ancestors from the Netherlands (Utrecht and other areas) who settled in counties around Albany, New York.
My full brother's Y-DNA test results match the surname, Reifenberg. We have autosomal matches to other German surnames.
My Huguenot ancestors settled Charleston, South Carolina. The closest surname in my pedigree is Bordeaux (other spellings with and without "de" Bourdeaux. I have many DNA matches to that surname.
I am a direct grand daughter (22-28th) of 15 Magna Carta Barons. 14 are on my father's side and 1 is on my mother's side.
I have Dutch ancestors who settled in counties around Albany, New York.
I'm related to at least 22 presidents. My ancestors on my mother's side were some of the earliest Virginia settlers. So far, I have added James Madison, the Harrison's, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, Abraham Lincoln, John Adams and John Quincy Adams to my tree. On my father's side, I have Dutch ancestors who settled in New York. The Roosevelt's are my cousins. Martin Van Buren is at least an in-law, but probably a blood relative.
My surname, Rivenbark, is the biggest mystery in my pedigree. The Rivenbark name appears in the mid 1700's in eastern NC. It was assumed to be German. DNA tests prove I have German ancestry. YDNA from my brother shows many connections to the Dutch name Roos (Roose, Rose, Rosenberg, etc). My pedigree has the Roosevelts and Aeldert Roose as relatives. Ros/Roos is also the name of a Magna Carta Baron from whom we descend directly. UPDATE: YDNA match to Reifienberg.
I have many Scottish and/or Scots/Irish ancestors, including the surnames, Cameron, Campbell, Cohoon (Colquehoun, Calhoun, etc.), Cunningham, Murray, Ramsay, Sutherland (Southerland), McLennan (McLendon), Kerr, Mitchell and more.
I have lines to areas around Zurich on my mother's side that connect through the name, Landis. I have multiple lines to Basel through my father.

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On 15 Jul 2018 at 22:04 GMT John Cruz wrote:

Hi Cousin Randi,

Just wanted so share a fascinating hidden feature on WikiTree. You can get a report for all your known ancestors within 2,000 years by typing this in your URL: http://wikitree.sdms.si/function/WTWebAncestors/errors.htm?WikiTree ID=Cruz-788 (Just replace Cruz-788 with your WIkiTree ID)

I found a 69th generation ancestor. He is listed as King Prasutagus of the Iceni, born 0010 in Icenia, Britannia. (Wiki ID: Iceni-3). Iceni were a British Celtic tribe of eastern Britian during the Iron Age and early Roman Era. His history offers a fascinating story about how his wife, Boudici, after her husbands death about 50 A.D., led an uprising against the occupying Roman Empire, and gave the Roman's such hell that she later became a British folk hero.

There are many others too!

On 27 May 2018 at 21:26 GMT John Cruz wrote:

Hi Randi,

You may want to also add Euroaristo to your tags! We share a common ancestor, Sancho IV de Castilla (Castilla-112). He’s a 23rd great grandfather for you and a 21st for me, making us 22nd cousins twice removed. According to the relationship finder here on wikitree, we also share 35 other ancestors found between us who were Kings of Spain, France, Germany, etc.

Cheers cousin!

On 26 Apr 2018 at 22:52 GMT Lora (Kartchner) Eckler wrote:

Thanks for entering what little we know to this puzzle.

On 6 Apr 2018 at 12:36 GMT Bob Weaver wrote:

Hans Landis - There are pending merges on all the duplicate children.

On 5 Apr 2018 at 23:59 GMT Bruce Smith wrote:

Randi, I keep finding changes I need to thank you for! I thin there is one last merge that needs to be made in the Antoine de Bourdeaux line. I have listed it on the de Bourdeaux-8 record but it has yet to be merged which I can not do. Could you give it a try? Thanks!

On 5 Apr 2018 at 20:26 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:

Randi use :

{ {Switzerland Sticker} } but don't put a space between the braces. (I had to because if I don't put a space, the sticker will show.)

On 27 Dec 2017 at 18:07 GMT Paula J wrote:

Welcome to the Switzerland project!

On 24 Jun 2017 at 03:20 GMT Lora (Kartchner) Eckler wrote:

Hi cuz.....

It's taken me a while to get here. Still hunting the Rivenbark mystery and tracing out the female lines as I have time. I'm getting matches from the Netherlands but can't trace them.

On 20 Feb 2017 at 06:08 GMT Linda Davis wrote:

I am sorry, I also meant to ask if a Ted Rivenbark who I worked with in about 1970 in Wilmington and a Mrs. Malpass , you may know of. Mrs. Malpass may no longer be living. I think she was from that area. We all worked at Sears,but I do not remember her first name. At the time I did not know if they are connected, but I think they may be.

Thank you again. Linda Snow Davis

On 20 Feb 2017 at 06:06 GMT Linda Davis wrote:

Hello Randi, I have Rivenbarks in my Croom/Malpass, Hawley, Woodcock, Pridgen, Gurganus, Moore, and others in Rocky Pt, Burgaw, Long Creek, Watha, Wallace, Lillington, Atkinson, Currie, in Pender Co., NC. I am interested to find connections to the Rivenbarks that are closest to those surnames. I have seen a few in my data that married into my lines. Also, those at Crooms Bridge, and Colvins Creek. If you know of any of these, please contact me. Happy to share what I have. Thank you.

Sincerely, Linda Snow Davis

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