Randi Diane Rivenbark

Randi Rivenbark

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Randi D. Rivenbark
Born 1940s.
Sister of [private brother (1930s - unknown)], and [private sister (1940s - unknown)]
[children unknown]
Account confirmed 25 Aug 2014 | Randi's 848 contributions | 21 thank-yous received
Rivenbark-7 created 9 Mar 2011 | Last modified
This page has been accessed 794 times.
Wiki Genealogist New Netherland Project Member Huguenot Migration Project Member October 2014 Club 100 September  2014 Club 100 August  2014 Club 100 Pre-1700 Honor Code Signatory Volunteer DNA Tested
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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.

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Name: Randi Diane /Rivenbark/
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Randi is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
DUTCH_ROOTS
I have ancestors from the Netherlands (Utrecht and other areas) who settled in counties around Albany, New York.
GERMAN_ROOTS
My surname, Rivenbark, has always been assumed to be German. However, there is no proof of the Rivenbark's coming to eastern North Carolina from Germany in the mid 1700's. DNA tests prove there is German ancestry, but that doesn't prove the Rivenbark's were German, as I have other German and German Swiss ancestors.
HUGUENOT
My Huguenot ancestors settled Charleston, South Carolina. The closest surname in my pedigree is Bordeaux (other spellings with and without "de" Bourdeaux.
MAGNA_CARTA
Thomas Lewknor is my 19th great grandfather. He is a descendant of Magna Carta surety barron, William de Huntingfield.
NEW_NETHERLAND
I have Dutch ancestors who settled in counties around Albany, New York.
PRESIDENTS
I'm related to at least 10 presidents. My ancestors on my mother's side were some of the earliest Virginia settlers. So far, I have discovered that James Madison, the Harrison's, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, Abraham Lincoln, John Adams and John Quincy Adams are my cousins. On my father's side, I have Dutch ancestors who settled in New York. The Roosevelt's are my cousins. Martin Van Buren will turn out to be at least an in-law, but probably a blood relative.
RIVENBARK
My surname, Rivenbark, is the biggest mystery in my pedigree. The Rivenbark name appears in the mid 1700's in eastern North Carolina. It has been supposed that the name is German, but there is no proof of this. DNA tests prove I have German ancestry, however, I know I have other German and German Swiss ancestors. YDNA from my brother shows many connections to the Dutch root name Roos (Roose, Rose, Rosenberg, etc). My pedigree does have the Roosevelts and Aeldert Roose as relatives, but I have ne
SCOTTISH-CLANS
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.


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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

On 11 Jan 2017 at 09:43 GMT Carrie Quackenbush wrote:

Hello Randi!

Welcome to the New Netherland Settlers Project. Please visit our FAQ and feel free to ask any questions you may have. If you're looking for your ancestors that might already be on Wikitree, check out our Immigrants and Progenitors page, though it is not quite complete and does not reflect all of the profiles that already exist.

Cheers! Carrie

PS. Apologies for being slow as I now see that you posted in the thread to join the project.

On 4 Dec 2016 at 10:38 GMT Dan Sparkman wrote:

Hi! Run a google search on "The Rivenbarks of Eastern North Carolina". Book is in the Library of Congress. Good luck!

On 27 Oct 2015 at 18:40 GMT Roger Davis wrote:

Randi,

Thanks for approval of the merger for Croom-83 into Croom-50. Roger Davis

On 25 Sep 2014 at 04:46 GMT Matt Pryber wrote:

Congratulations, you've been a WikiTree member for a month! We're glad you're here. A few tips to help you dive in even deeper:

Check out Beyond the Basics of WikiTree for a guide on some of our more advanced features such as Projects, Categories, and Merging. We're very active on our social sites and we have an excellent blog where you'll find our monthly newsletter as well as tips, interviews with our members and guest posts from others in the genealogy community. And we're always looking for volunteers to assist in different ways. As always, I'm here to help if you have any questions! Matt~ WikiTree Mentor

On 30 Aug 2014 at 16:59 GMT Kitty (Cooper) Smith wrote:

Welcome! We are so glad you are here! Please let me know if you are interested in joining our WikiTree DNA Project: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:DNA

Please set your preferences for your Tags Followed to include DNA on the GenealogistToGenealogist (G2G) feed: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Special:Following

If you have a FamilyTreeDNA test, please also join our new WikiTree DNA group project from your FTDNA account page for your kit number. You can join as many FTDNA projects as you believe will help your research, so we hope you will join our FTDNA WikiTree project: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/WikiTree

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On 25 Aug 2014 at 04:37 GMT Glenn Legge Sr. wrote:

Hi Randi,

You are now a member of the WikiTree Community. Please note we are trying to build one Collaborative Tree which means one profile per person. It is important to ensure no duplicates are entered as you add any Profiles to WikiTree.

If you need any help getting started check out the help section from the menu, top left, or head over to the G2G forum, you might want to check out the introductory WikiTree video that a member created.

Our Mentor Team are a friendly bunch of volunteers who will be glad to help you with specific problems if you have any.

Good luck growing your branches, and thanks for offering to help with our shared tree :)

Glenn

On 25 Aug 2014 at 04:32 GMT Randi Rivenbark wrote:

I have been working on my family tree on ancestry.com since 2010. I have DNA there, with about 1,000 matches so far. My brother and I have DNA on 23andMe, also with about 1,000 matches. There is a skeleton tree there. Both trees are named Rivenbark, McLendon, Bridges, Major.

On 25 Aug 2014 at 04:14 GMT Glenn Legge Sr. wrote:

Hi Randi,

Welcome as a guest to WikiTree! We're growing a FREE worldwide family tree, striving for ONE collaborative profile for every person.

A couple suggestions to get you started:

1. Feel free to ask a question at our G2G forum .

2. Our help pages, top right, have all sorts of useful information.

If you would like to contribute, click the volunteer button and leave a comment here on your profile to let our greeters know. You should include a little bit about how you plan to contribute to the tree.

Good luck growing your branches, and thanks for offering to help with our shared tree :)



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