Sandie (Schwartz) Schwarz

Sandie (Schwartz) Schwarz

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Sandie Schwarz formerly Schwartz
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Profile last modified | Created 31 Oct 2017 | Last significant change: 11 Dec 2018
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Sandie (Schwartz) Schwarz has German Roots.
Sandie (Schwartz) Schwarz has French origins.
Descendant of Jacob Schmitt. Sandie is a great-great-great granddaughter of Jacob Schmitt, who was one of three founders of Johnsburg, McHenry County, Illinois in August 1841, along with Nicholas Adams and Nicholas Frett.

My paternal ancestors through my paternal grandparents:

Herman William Schwartz:

Elsa Clara Baetz:


  • First-hand information. Entered by Sandie Schwarz at registration.

My childrens' paternal ancestral lines through their paternal grandparents:

Paternal grandfather, Edward Henry Schwarz

Paternal grandmother, Patricia Maryalyce Kavanagh

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I am researching ancestral lines of my childrens' paternal 3x great-grandfather William Foster, from Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire, North Riding, England. William Foster married Anne Wiley, born in Habton, North Yorkshire, England. William and Anne were early settlers (1845) in Richmond Township, McHenry County, Illinois.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Frett.
My maternal and paternal ancestry has German Roots. My maternal ancestors (except for my Nimsgern ancestral lines) were from the Rhineland and North Rhine-Westphalia, my paternal ancestors were from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia. My childrens paternal grandfather's family lines were from Bavaria
My childrens paternal 10x great-grandfather is William Gifford (who came from England about 1647 and settled in Barnstable, Massachusetts Bay Colony), through his son, Christopher Gifford (Deborah Perry). I have researched this William Gifford (Giffard) ancestral lines going back to the 11th century.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Kennebeck. The original spelling of the surname Kennebeck was Kernebeck. My maternal great-great grandfather Johann Bernard Kernebeck was born in Gronau, North Rhine-Westphalia, he came to America in 1843 and was an early settler in Johnsburg, McHenry County, Illinois. His children changed the spelling to Kennebeck.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Langenfeld, originating from Langenfeld, Dist. Mayen, Rhineland, Germany
Moon is one of several surnames of my childrens' paternal grandmother's ancestors that I am researching. Their 9x great-grandfather is Robert Moone, a tailor, who came from England and first settled in Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony, and later Newport, Rhode Island Colony. I have researched their Moon (De Moyon, De Mohun) ancestral lines going back to the 11th century, which lead back to Moyon, Normandy, France.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Nett.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Nimsgern as this surname is not a common surname in the United States. Nimsgern is the maiden name of my maternal grandmother. My maternal 3x great-grandparents Jean (John) Nimsgern and Suzanne Nimsgern nee Grill and their six children came to America in March of 1853 from Betting-les-Saint-Avold, Dept Moselle, Lorraine, France. They settled in McHenry Township, McHenry County, Illinois.
I have created a One Name Study for the surname Pulvermacher. This surname is not a common surname in the United States. My maternal 3x great-grandmother was Catherine Pulvermacher (Johann Schaefer), born in Munk, Dist. Mayen, Rhineland (Germany), the daughter of Paul Pulvermacher and Eva Catharina Schmitt. Catharina and Johann were early settlers in McHenry Township, McHenry Couny, Illinois.


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On 6 Dec 2018 at 18:14 GMT Julie (Fiscus) Ricketts wrote:

Hi, Sandie --

See this G2G discussion for an explanation about the One Name Studies profile management.

Incidentally, AleŇ° is the WikiTree Team member who manages EditBot, the Data Doctor Project, etc. He's part of the technical team.


On 30 Nov 2018 at 23:50 GMT Susie MacLeod wrote:

Hi Sandie,

Just wanted to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you for all the wonderful contributions you are making to the England Project. Hope you have a great day!

Susie, England Leader

On 23 Nov 2018 at 20:12 GMT Sharon (Hardman) West wrote:

Added sources and edited Biography for Anna Leigh-3461 and her family today.


On 23 Nov 2018 at 02:26 GMT Wendy (Rogers) Haylor wrote:

Thanks for updating my Rogers line in Suffolk, NY!

On 22 Nov 2018 at 04:30 GMT Shirley Boyce wrote:

Hi Sandie, On Stephen W. Poe, I am finding in the Find A Grave site that Stephen died in Taylor County, West Virginia, but buried in Marion Co. West Virginia -

What do you have as a reference for death in Marion County? I think we can merge but would like to figure out the death situation.

On 21 Nov 2018 at 11:19 GMT C. Givens wrote:

Thank you, Sandie, for explaining. Keep up the good work correcting our mistakes!

On 20 Nov 2018 at 18:54 GMT C. Givens wrote:

Hi Sandie, could you please tell me what changes you made to profile for John Ide - Ide-386? Appears my previous marriage data was correct. My information - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - for marriage - appeared to have been correct. Am I overlooking something?

On 20 Nov 2018 at 01:04 GMT April (Dellinger) Dauenhauer wrote:

Great information on the New England Locations and Dates, Sandy. Thank you for posting it to my free page.

I haven't updated it in quite awhile, and will do so as soon as I can.

Thanks again,


On 19 Nov 2018 at 21:19 GMT Janet (Langridge) Wild wrote:

Welcome Sandie

We appreciate you joining the Data Doctor project. If you have not yet done so, please read the Data Doctors Please pay attention to our Mission and the Code of Conduct that we all subscribe to

The How to get started section suggests you start by initially clearing suggestions and errors on the profiles you manage and then working first in geographical areas you are familiar with will help you feel more comfortable changing other profiles

We emphasise quality over quantity in your work in properly sourcing, categorizing and cleaning profiles helps us all to build a more accurate tree

Please ask questions on the G2G add the DATA_DOCTOR tag to questions so we all see them

Janet~Data Doctor

On 9 Nov 2018 at 15:35 GMT R Hull wrote:

G'day Sandie. Thank you for making corrections to Ref tags.

I wanted to let you know that on this profile Elledge-66 you actually made a correct ref tag "<ref name=USC1850>" into an incorrect tag "<ref> name=USC1850>". I have corrected it back to "<ref name=USC1850>"

I am letting you know in case you aren't aware that <ref name=xyz> is a correct format for Ref tags.

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