Peter Rohman
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Peter Rohman

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Peter P. Rohman
Born 1950s.
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Brother of [private sister (1950s - unknown)], [private brother (1950s - unknown)] and [private brother (1950s - unknown)]
Father of [private son (1990s - unknown)] and [private daughter (1990s - unknown)]
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Peter was born in the 1900's He is still living as of 2019.

Peter attended the Blue Ridge School. He graduated from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln [1] with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting before it had became a Big Ten degree. He is an entrepreneur.

Peter has entered several thousand profiles, and he recently stopped entering most profiles of people who have been alive recently enough that they would end up being a locked profile. If any user has an interest in managing or sharing management of any profiles currently managed by Peter that they are related to, please contact him.

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Peter Rohman has Danish ancestors
Peter Rohman is the descendant of a Huguenot emigrant.


History of the Lamar or Lemar family in America, by Harold Dihel LeMar: [1]

Thomas Lamar of the Province of Maryland, and a part of his descendants, by William Harmong LaMar, Southern Hills History Association [2] [3]

Danish Family Search: [4]


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Hello Peter,

Just a reminder to double check with all the spellings for Gresham/Grisham/Grissom when setting up new profiles. I have been at this Gresham research for a while and know that the spelling changed from Gresham to variants when the Virginia lines migrated to Tenn, Kentucky and the Carolinas due to Southern accents. I like to say "if they were born in Virginia then they are a Gresham, but it they were born after the families migrated then they might be Gresham aka Grissoms or Grishams. Good luck, Mary

posted by Mary Gresham
Hi Peter,

Thank you, for your contributions. Please review the page on Merging. When merging multiple duplicates they should all be merged into the lowest number. If you don't then it causes multiple redirects and you can read more about that by clicking the link.



posted by Laura DeSpain
I may be a little late in acknowledging your great contributions, but the appreciation is well deserved.

Question: I noticed a comment "According to naming conventions" by Phillip Rich. This can be the one thing I learn today. What did he mean? This sounds like it would be a must know for people working on what category ... a particular nationality or religious belief or ? I am not related or even aware of anyone with these names - just happened to see this particular phrase and wondered what circumstances triggered "naming conventions" that I know nothing about.

posted by Karen Wendell
I want to congratulate you on your Family Star award.

John Williams

posted by [Living Williams]
edited by [Living Williams]
Thank you for merging the LaBrie Migneault overlaps caused by dit names. It's hard work, we appreciate your focus.
posted by Robin Rainford
Hey Peter,

I need to do some more research to confirm, but I believe the FAG data entered for James Stanley may be in error. In the Hinshaw's records we find:

Agnes (w. Shadarack) & ch. Robert, Jesse, Judith, Mary, Edward, Anna Elizabeth, Richard and Henry rocf. Cedar Creek Va. dated 1784, 10, 9.

No James listed. Now of course it's possible James was an older son and had already established his own family, but not likely at 15. According to naming conventions, James son of Shadrack would have been the second son. Parents married in 1764, so son John born 1765, son James 1767 but the marriages for James Stanley are listed as 1786 & 1802. I see no reason to believe with any certainty that Shadrack had a son James and I see abundant reason to believe he was not the James Crew Stanley that married Prudence Hiatt in 1802.

posted by Phillip Rich
Peter, making more than one thousand contributions in September added so much to the breadth and depth of our Shared Tree. The Appreciation Team thanks YOU!

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Peter!

In July 2019, you made 1000+ (actually, over 1300!) contributions to our Shared Tree! I commend for your time and effort. Keep up the great work!

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard

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