David James Roberts was born on 15th May 1952 at Parkside Hospital, South Australia, Australia.
He married Janette Ruth Tredrea on 16th December 1979 at St. Margaret's Church, Woodville, South Australia.
They have two children
I was often confused as a child by all the "Uncles" and "Aunties" that we met, not realising that these were titles of respect for my parents' friends. It took some time to sort out the real Uncles and Aunties and I think this is what sparked my interest in knowing who was family and how they were connected. I never had the opportunity to meet and talk with any grandparents and this led me to want to find out more about who they were and how they lived. It was a natural progression then to delve further back.... and I was hooked.
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On 6 Sep 2019 at 08:05 GMT Doug Laidlaw wrote:
On 28 Aug 2019 at 11:16 GMT Doug Laidlaw wrote:
On 25 Jun 2019 at 09:23 GMT Susie MacLeod wrote:
We realise the time has come to dissolve the UK Project in favour of the individual country projects of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
We are checking in with all UK badge holders to find out which country project(s) you would like to be in so you can collaborate with other members, have the opportunity to select which team(s) you would like to join, and so we can ensure you have all the correct badges.
Please respond by PM to let us know which country project(s) you would like to be in. Please don’t assume we know. We are effectively starting from scratch to make sure no one falls through the cracks.
Once you have done this, the Coordinator for Membership in the relevant country project(s) will be in touch to help get you situated.
On 2 May 2019 at 01:03 GMT Susie MacLeod wrote:
On behalf of the England Project Leaders we're carrying out a check-in to see how all the members are doing and taking the opportunity to thank you for all your hard work over the past six months. We have been so impressed with the way everyone has rallied together and gone the extra mile to make this one of the most dedicated, productive and friendly communities on WikiTree. What are you enjoying most about being in the project? What would you like to see improved or changed? Would you like to continue in the project moving forwards?
We're looking forward to hearing back from you,
Susie, Gillian, Wendy and Amy
On 3 Nov 2018 at 17:14 GMT Wendy (Ling) Sullivan wrote:
It's been a year since the England Project was re-ignited. Thank you for being part of this exciting journey!
We really appreciate all your contributions and hard work :)
We would love some feedback from you please. :)
Are you happy contributing with the team you are on, or would you like a change, or even add to another team?
If you are not already on a team, which one would you like to be on?
If you are not sure what is available, just ask, we are here to help :)
Are you still happy contributing to the England Project?
Please PM me through my profile and let me know how you are doing :)
Thank you :)
Wendy Leader England Project.
On 2 Jan 2018 at 23:38 GMT Guy Constantineau wrote:
please note that the message was generated and posted with my 10 fingers not by a software :)
On 2 Jan 2018 at 17:59 GMT Guy Constantineau wrote:
Wish you a Happy New Year. May 2018 bring you all you need to be happy.
Congratulation for adding your contributions in December. Whatever the quantity of your contributions, they all count. As I always say "Quality is better than quantity" to make a great family tree.
Thank you for being a Wikitreer,
Guy Constantineau - Wikitree leader
On 28 Mar 2017 at 16:04 GMT Maria Maxwell wrote:
I've added the United Kingdom Project badge to your profile. If you click on the badge it will take you to the full list of our wonderful members. Click on United Kingdom Project will take you the first page of the project. Thanks for adding your interest to the member interests page. Much appreciated.
On 14 Mar 2017 at 08:25 GMT Beverly (Bell) Smith wrote:
On 21 Nov 2016 at 03:55 GMT Terry Wright wrote: