Stephen Sanders
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Stephen Sanders

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Stephen C. Sanders
Born 1990s.
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Biography

Summary

Stephen was born on June 4, 1996, at Lakeside Memorial Hospital in Brockport, NY, USA. He has lived his entire life in the Brockport area, minus two years that he spent at SUNY Fredonia.

He graduated from Brockport High School in June 2014, and from SUNY College at Brockport in May 2018.

DNA Test Info

Taken through 23andMe. Results as of 27 October 2018.

Haplogroups

Paternal Haplogroup - R-Y4010
Maternal Haplogroup - R0

Ancestry

Northwestern European - 89.5%

French and German - 33.3% (Germany)
British and Irish - 31.4% (United Kingdom)
Scandinavian - 5.6%
Broadly Northwestern European - 19.2%

Other European - 10.2%

Eastern European - 5.7% (Slovenia)
Balkan - 0.5%
Italian - 0.3%
Broadly Southern European - 0.4%
Broadly European - 3.3%

Other - 0.2%

Sub-Saharan African - 0.1% (Senegambian/Guinean)
Unassigned - 0.1%

Profiles Written

Paternal

Mathias Schusteritsch - great-great-grandfather
Mary G (Stritzel) Schust - great-great-grandmother
Mary Barbara (Schust) Sanders - great-grandmother
Eduard Georg Christian "William" Diedrich - great-great-great-grandfather
Johann Friedrich Christian Martin "John" Klafehn - great-great-great-grandfather
Lieut. John Peacock - great-great-great-great-grandfather
Mary Ann (Peacock) Cline - great-great-great-grandmother

Maternal

Guillaume Henri Morisseau - great-great-great-grandfather
Leland Ray Morrison - great-grandfather
Johannes Peter "John" Pung - great-great-great-great-grandfather
Anna (Keigel) Pung - great-great-great-grandmother
Joseph Albert Pung - great-great-grandfather
Johann "John" Kroeckel - great-great-great-grandfather
Pvt. John Straight - great-great-great grandfather
Samuel Erwin Straight - great-great-grandfather

Sources

  • First-hand information. Entered by Stephen Sanders at registration and at various other intermittent times.
  • Personal Website

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I can't be sure that it is my Georg Hirsch, but oh gosh it could fit! Maybe I can persuade my mother to ask my Oma if she recognises the names (she's not always receptive when I have questions, sadly). At the moment I just don't know enough to verify much at all. :(
posted by Jen (Morris) Schade
Thank you so much for the link to Jacob Osojnik's grave, Stephen!
posted by Rose (Nunez) Smith
Hi again!

Here's a list of the records for https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/results?count=20&placeId=164652&query=%2Bplace%3A%22Slovenia%2C%20Novo%20mesto%2C%20Novo%20mesto%22&https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/search=undefined&subjectsOpen=623050-50,1034436-50,1416836-50,1034442-50,1416948-50

But definetely get the original marriage record from the church! It may have you a lot of time in the long run when you research in Slovenia.

posted by Maggie N.
It looks like they will be putting up the images of the Vital records for Nove Mesto soon!

"Slovenia, Nove Mesto, vital records, 1881-1963"

https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/2657612?availability=Family%20History%20Library

posted by Maggie N.
Also I would hit these pages and see if you find them as children in the census for Rudolfswerth. If they gave their last residence as Rudolfswerth, Krain, Austria, I wonder if they are in the 1890 census? https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1202569?availability=Family%20History%20Library
posted by Maggie N.
Hello Stephen, I am already impressed with how much you have done already on Matthew Schust, and his family! Great sleauthing (-:

Did you see that he immigrated with a sister (most likely) named "Aloysia" in that Hamburg Passenger list. It's clearly your guy as he was headed to Brocton. But they seem to have an "Uncle" named "Weber" in Brooklyn.

Is St. Francis in Brocton a Catholic church? Did you ever contact the church for their marriage record? You can write them ( with a tiny donation) and ask for a photocopy. Many of the churches in those mining town listed places of birth and the correct spellings of their parents' names because they needed to publish banns in the old country churches in those days. I hope they send you the original ( and instead of a transcription).

posted by Maggie N.
Hi Stephen!

Welcome to the Slavic Roots project. Let me know of you need help with records for that ancestor.

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:Slavic_Roots

posted by Maggie N.
Hi there! My name is Debi (McGee) Hoag and I am a WikiTree Mentor.

This is just a courtesy e-mail to see how things are going. Are you enjoying WikiTree so far? Any questions? Any issues?

Feel free to contact me via my profile page. I am happy to help!

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Welcome Stephen

You have been a member about a week. How is it going so far. Were the pages of the How-Tos helpful or did they leave you with questions?

When you click the green tags on your profile page, you can see if other members are following that tag. Add tags for locations, Country, County or topic of interest. The more tags you add the more links to community & research options Follow this link to get to your Tags editing your tags

If links do not work in an email from Wiki Tree, try them from the comment section of your profile page

Any queries just click my name, then ask in the comment section of my page or send me a private message.

Janet ~ Greeter

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Thanks for taking the Pre-1700 Quiz, Stephen!

Pre-1700 ancestors are shared by many descendants, coordinating with others is essential.

The German Roots project seems to fit your ancestors. Click the link to read how to join. The leader is Jacqueline Clark

Or use the Pre-1700 Projects list, located at the top of your page, 4th topic on right, under <Find> and <Projects>.

For questions, just ask on my page.

Mary ~ Pre-1700 Greeter

PS If "Page Not Found" error occurs in your email, check your page for this message.

posted by Mary Richardson

Stephen is 21 degrees from Jaki Erdoes, 20 degrees from Wallis Windsor and 17 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.