Lucille Selvaggio was born in Hawaii, but lived most of her life in New York. She served almost seven (7) years in the U.S. Army and attained the rank of Sergeant. She was married twice. The first marriage ended in divorce, but not before producing four children. The second marriage is on.
More distant surnames:
* di Marco
* Brooklyn, NY
* Reading, PA
Dropcaps are neat They give that traditional book look.
Maternal relationship is confirmed by an exact HVR1 and HVR2 match between Lucille Selvaggio and her mother Marilyn Tenny.
There is a 1776 project that honors people who were involved in the early history of the United States of America, from the Boston Tea Party through the War for Independence to the ratification of the United States Constitution. You may want to read more about this on the 1776 Project page. It tells you how to add one of the 1776 templates to the profile to indicate if the person was a military veteran or provided other patriotic service.
Connectors work on those unconnected families and profiles and research to source and connect them so we're all one tree, rather than many separate ones. If you like making connections and helping others with their family research, the Connectors project is the place for you.
El Latin American Roots Project está abierto a cualquier persona que tenga un interés en la historia o genealogía de las 20 naciones de América Latina. The Latin American Roots project is the place for anyone who has an interest in the history or genealogy of the 20 Latin American nations.
The Puritan Great Migration project is one of the big projects on Wikitree. Like most projects, there are qualifications for inclusion in the PGM project. A profile qualifies for the PGM project tag/template if the person: was born in England (mostly; we have some from Holland, Ireland and Scotland) emigrated to New England between 1620 and 1640.
Lucy Selvaggio-Diaz's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Lucy or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Lucy:
Lucy (Selvaggio) Selvaggio-Diaz:
AncestryDNA, GEDmatch A356733[compare], Ancestry member luseaann1
Thanks for your post on The Medal of Honor space page. This is an on going project for members and when they decide to post their ancestors on this space page is when their name appears. Some members have chosen not to have their ancestor added. We respect the decision of the family in these decisions. As for the comment about Country and flag - this could be changed to reflect the branch of service.. thanks for the suggestion. I'm sorry that you found nothing positive to say about the recognition we tried to provide, but do respect and appreciate your visit to the page.
"Congratulations" Lucy on receiving the Green Badged "Generous Genealogist" this week. Also great that you made over 1,000 contributions this past July and August. Looking forward to seeing what you will do during the Source A Thon this weekend!!
Ooo! I found Chauncy's wife and children while working on Private Edward Hines' family records tonight (they lived next door and I thiiiiink Chauncy's wife might actually be Edward's sister.) I know you spent some time working on his profile, so wanted to share the joy of finding new records :)
Re: Holland-6157 - Thank you for your input. I still have information and numerous sources concerning the life story of Spearman "Kemp" Holland which I had planned to add to his profile. May I continue with my planned bio using in-line sourcing, or must I now use the type just added?
RE: Barcus-139 / Ezekiel Barens. There's a ton of surname issues in Emilio - including ubiquitous literacy issues during the Civil War - so definitely possible. I double-checked the roster and there's no Ezekiel Barens so there's a very good chance it's the right man! Would love to see the source data if you have a chance to share :) Thank you, Lucy!