Darlene (Scott) Kerr

Darlene (Scott) Kerr

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Darlene D. Kerr formerly Scott aka Cobb, Fetko
Born 1940s.
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Profile last modified | Created 28 Nov 2013
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Darlene is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
CATEGORIZATION
Many people have in the past and now are working hard to standardize; however it just seems to get more complex.
LINSCOTT
Many of the roadblocks I had in the past have been pushed aside by WikiTreers following this surname too.
MCADAM
The McAdam family mostly around Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland. My grandmother came to USA in 1915.
MILITARY
Vietnam and WWII have been my main interest, but would like to learn more about how people are working with WWI.
PROFILES
Improving the quality of the profiles helps everyone in the long run.
PROFILE_OF_THE_WEEK
Nice to see what others are doing.
PROJECTS
Interested in new projects.
RESOURCES
Finding help any place you can!
ROLL_OF_HONOR
Special interest in the Vietnam era with focus on MIA, POW.
TEMPLATES
New and old and changes.
WHEELER
Specifically the Wheeler family in New York


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On 3 Aug 2018 at 01:59 GMT Dina Grozev wrote:

Thanks for letting me know, Darlene. I have tried to go through the pages I watch over and update them but my computer has been down since the middle of May. I haven't been able to do much of what I've wanted to do lately.

Side note, I am not a Saylor descendant, but am related through my Ayers ancestor.

On 1 Aug 2018 at 01:59 GMT Dina Grozev wrote:

Hi Darlene, Jacob Saylor was located in Clay Township, Carroll County, Indiana in the 1860 US Census. It's a little hard to distinguish the post office but it looks like it is Featherhoffs Mills.

On 31 Jul 2018 at 14:34 GMT Pat (Fuller) Credit wrote:

Here's your learning tip for the day:

Before changing category locations on profiles, check whether the profile's location is the town or county or US Census record. Just a quick word search (use your browser) on the profile can quickly take you to the part of the bio that mentions that location. start at the end under Sources.

On 30 Jul 2018 at 16:14 GMT George Franklin wrote:

Benjamin Franklin was a representative to the second continental congress. There were three incarnations of what is usually considered the continental congress. The second, called in 1775, was the most signficant, and is what most people today think of as "The Continental Congress".

If you google "continental congress" and look at the list of representatives (that does not include Franklin) it is very easy to miss the fact that it's actually the list for the First Continental Congress. You have to dig a bit further to find the list of delegates to the Second. It does not help that all the delegates for the First also attended the Second. It is the additional folks attending the Second, such as Franklin, and Jefferson that made it so special.

On 24 Jul 2018 at 01:50 GMT E Weatherall wrote:

Thanks so much for your help with that Texas category, appreciate it!!

On 18 Jun 2018 at 21:30 GMT Brian Lamothe wrote:

Hi Darlene, thanks for the work you have done on the profile of Susan Colby. I was wondering if you have more information on the sources used for her name. I have never seen the Judith part of it. Also, I have been unable to find the parents of her husband Samuel Estabrooks. Do you have any possible leads on him?

On 2 Jun 2018 at 10:53 GMT Paula J wrote:

No! I forget to use it too! I should have known! I always instantly like my cousins!! David Wilson has one and I think Mary might. I never learned to do boxes of templates. I should.

On 1 Jun 2018 at 20:13 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

You are right there is a Fort Griffin in Shackelford Co., Texas (although I didn't categorize it. If you give me some time I will go through the 254 counties to find the other Fort Griffin.. I ceased categorizing the ghost towns as Editbot keeps putting the towns in the wrong counties.

While I am at it do you want me to keep a running list of the Ghost towns of Texas. I looked that profile.. That was created by the same person who is long gone now. I can always recognize the categories on the profiles.. That other person added every category they could. such as this day in...

I will get back to you where that other Fort Griffin belongs.. Shackelford's Fort Griffin just has the link for it..

(sigh) edit bot may help some, but it is a killer in Texas

On 2 May 2018 at 15:29 GMT Mary Allen wrote:

Thanks for the edit for John Jackson Allen born 1796 or 1797. Do you have any other info on him? I think his wife may have been Rose. He may have had a daughter named Rachel Ann. Anything is appreciated!

On 24 Apr 2018 at 20:15 GMT Paula J wrote:

Darlene,

What a lovely profile page you have!!

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