Mindy Silva
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Mindy Silva
Born 1960s.
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of DNA confirmed and DNA confirmed
Sister of [half], , [private sister (1970s - unknown)] [half] and [private brother (1980s - unknown)] [half]
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Profile last modified | Created 26 Jul 2017 | Last significant change: 15 May 2022
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Daughters of the American Revolution
Mindy Silva is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Please check out the G2G post containing the challenge for all DAR daughters!

WikiTree News:
Make sure you watch for the Video Updates on YouTube. This year has ended for the 2021 WikiTree Challenge. Join in on the fun, and sign up for the 2022 challenge today! There is still time to check out the 2021 Challenge t-shirts for some added WikiTree fun!
The first Thon of the year was the Winter Connect-a-Thon in January, and it was a huge success! Don't forget to visit the WikiTree Discord server if you haven't already, so that you can chat for the next one, and cheer each other on. I'll be there, as usual, with Team Virginia. Go Team!!
You can also check out the 2022 Connect-a-Thon mugs.


  • When investigating military mysteries, remember to check under the widows and survivor's names to locate a pension. Many of these weren't filed until after the veteran was gone.
  • For patriotic research, remember to look at alternate sources. Probate records may include further family names. Town records may have civil service or other means of patriotic service. Land deeds may help prove family relationships.


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My Ancestors

I am deeply interested in locating ancestors. Not only for myself; but also for family, friends, and others.

I happened across someone that was descended from Afonso I (The 1st King of Portugal). I clicked the 'check your relationship' button at the bottom and found out he's my 26th great-grandfather! So now, though I usually stay away from 'descendant bling' I am adding a Descendant Sticker to my profile:
Descendant of Afonso de Portugal. Afonso I was the first King of Portugal. He is Mindy's 26th great-grandfather..
Have you checked any of your possible relationships lately? It's a lot of fun!

My Ancestors Research Statistics (Click for brick walls that I have worked on)

Generation Number Direct Relation to Name Total # of Possible Ancestors Total # of Identified Ancestors Total % of Identified Ancestors
2 Parents 2 2 100%
3 Grandparents 4 4 100%
4 Great Grandparents 8 8 100%
5 2nd Great Grandparents 16 14 88%
6 3rd Great Grandparents 32 28 88%
7 4th Great Grandparents 64 50 78%

Proud Member & Supporter of

  • Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS)
  • National Genealogical Society (NGS)
  • National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR)
  • New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS)

Useful links I've found

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DNA Statements

Paternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Mindy Silva GEDmatch A030801 and Jim Silva (2nd cousin 1x removed) GEDmatch A054943. Their MRCAs are Mindy's great-great-grandparents and Jim's great-grandparents, José (Silva Ribeira) da Silva de Ribeira II and Rosa (Joaquina) Silva. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 4th - 6th cousins, based on sharing 40 centimorgans shared across 3 DNA segments; Confidence: High.
Paternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Mindy Silva (2nd great-granddaughter) and her second cousin Theodore "Ted" Morgado. Their MRCAs are their great grandparents, João (Gonçalves) Gonçalves Pereira and Alexandrina Amélia (Silva) Gonçalves Pereira. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 3rd Cousins (actual relationship 2nd cousin 1x removed), based on sharing 136 centimorgans shared across 9 DNA segments; Confidence: Extremely High.
Paternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Mindy Silva (great-granddaughter) and her second cousin (a grandchild of (Living) (Lee) Lum Ho). Their MRCAs are their great grandparents, Soong Myung Lee and Merrine "Minnie" (Gomez) Lee. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 1st - 2nd cousins (actual relationship 2nd cousins), based on sharing 181 centimorgans shared across 9 DNA segments; Confidence: Extremely High.
Maternal relationship is confirmed with an AncestryDNA test match between Mindy Silva and a child of Glen Hennager, Mindy's first cousin once removed. Their MRCA's are Mindy's great-grandparents and the child's grandparents Ambrose Patrick Hennager and Pearl Josephine (Alexander) Ellis. Predicted relationship reported by AncestryDNA: 1st Cousins, Confidence: Extremely High; based on sharing 581.1 centimorgans shared across 30 DNA segments; Confidence: Extremely High.
Maternal relationship is confirmed with an AncestryDNA test match between Mindy Silva GEDmatch A030801 and a child of Cleo Hennager, Mindy's first cousins once removed. Their MRCA's are Mindy's great-grandparents and the child's grandparents Ambrose Patrick Hennager and Pearl Josephine (Alexander) Ellis. Predicted relationship reported by AncestryDNA: 1st Cousins, Confidence: Extremely High; based on sharing 487 centimorgans shared across 23 DNA segments.
Maternal relationship is confirmed with an AncestryDNA test match between Mindy Silva and a child of Eugene Walter Heath, third cousins. Their MRCA's are Mindy's great-great-grandparents and the child's great-great-grandparents Joseph H Cobb and Agnes Sophia (Green) Cobb. Predicted relationship reported by AncestryDNA: 3rd - 4th cousins based on sharing 120 centimorgans shared across 5 DNA segments; Confidence: Extremely High.
Maternal relationship is confirmed with an AncestryDNA test match between Mindy Silva and a child of Jo Ann (Alexander) Cox, third cousins. Their MRCA's are William Joseph Alexander and Margaret Pearl (LaChapelle) Alexander. Predicted relationship reported by AncestryDNA: 3rd - 4th cousins based on sharing 41 centimorgans across 2 DNA segments; Confidence: High.
Maternal relationship is confirmed by a triangulated group on GEDmatch consisting of Mindy Silva, Dennis Werda, and Shelly (Gullette) Slade, who share a 13.4 cM segment on chromosome 11 from 188510 to 134445626. Mindy and Dennis are 3C2R; Mindy and Shelly are 5C; Dennis and Shelly are 4C1R. The MRCAs of Mindy, Dennis and Shelly are Daniel Allen Hennagir and Elizabeth (DeLong) Hennagir, the 4th great grandparents of Mindy and Shelly, and the 5th great grandparents of Dennis.
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  • Lyon County, Nevada, marriage certificate no. 39** (1985), E* E* M* and Mindy L* Silva, Lyon County Clerk, Yerington. (** Some details hidden to preserve privacy)
  • Lyon Co., NV, Lyon County Court file ****, M* v. M*, "Dissolution of Marriage" 199*.

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Thanks for adding the Military information to my Delacruz ancestor! I don't have a paid membership to Ancestry, so I didn't even know about his military service, I sincerely appreciate every bit of the story that people share.
posted by Amber (Felts) Clark
It was my pleasure, Amber! Let me know if you ever need help.
posted by Mindy Silva
Greetings from the 1776 Project . . .

We're doing our semi-annual check-in to ask whether you have made contributions to the project in the last six months?

Please note that it is a requirement for membership in the 1776 Project that you respond to this check-in. Please post your response as a reply to this message on your page, for convenience of record keeping.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Betty -- 1776 Project Leader

posted by Betty (Skelton) Norman
Hi Betty,

I certainly have! My focus this year has been to add military sections, sources, and stickers to revolutionary ancestors during the WikiTree Challenge. Thank you for all that you do for the project!

posted by Mindy Silva
edited by Mindy Silva
Thank you, Mindy, for awarding me the WikiTree Challenge 2022 Team Member bade. I hope I can earn it! I have no idea how to proceed from here.
posted by Patricia LeBeau
Hi Patricia! I responded to this via email. I hope that you enjoy the challenge as much as I do!
posted by Mindy Silva
Thank you, Mindy, for the 52 Weeks of Accuracy Badge. I am grateful that even though I started late last year I could make up the 14 missing weeks this year and you were kind enough to give me the badge. It was difficult at times doing 52 weeks in row with all different topics but I managed to improve many profiles, actually way more profiles than 52. Funny how that worked out. If I just put in one more profile I could connect them to an existing profile so accuracy yes but connections spreading.
posted by Pat Miller
Thank you Mindy for your excellent work! A person connected with the question I posed and it turns out we're related. I'm still learning how to 'thank you'. Maneovering around the Wikitree is a little tricky but I did get to thank you today. Thank you again.
posted by Gail Matthews
Mindy, Thankyou for your kind offer re Lyndsey Lester / Luster in reference to the bio Help is welcome, I am going to run how of time I've not added all of Lyndsey's siblings and just managed to add one of his children so far seems an interesting character too he went from a labourer in 1880 to a Physician in 1900. I thought I had the wrong one to be honest BUT he has is Sister living with him in the 1900 Census and the Lady he married was a near neighbour in the 1880 Census (On the same Census Page) also on the same Census Page are plenty of Osborn(e)'s probably relations of Nancy (Wife of Lyndsey) and Pigg and Bogg which are also linked to the family, so plenty of research on going just limited time.

Btw If possible check the 2nd Lt being this Lyndsey (I can't get access to the records ) and there are three in the area One would be too young but the other is possible (cant remember now but I think the other is son of Isaac) though I have seen this Lyndsey referenced as being the 2nd Lt but I am suspicious with how MUCH he managed to do.

I need to add is other two wives as well.

posted by Heather Jenkinson
I'm still doing some follow-up work on Adrienne's tree. Once I get through some of the Ritchie deeds, I can help with Lesters.
posted by Mindy Silva
Managed 15 children now / 3 wives - The Physician child is Walter W Lester - His Father-in-Law John James Gambill is a Physician too. Been hard work due to names keep repeating Gambill/ Boggs / Skaggs. There's quite a lot of Physicians in this line of the tree. Emily J Lester also marries a Physician Lafayette Skaggs. The following is a write up I found about Emilys husband Lafayette.

He was married and had children. He also had a big farm with hired hands. He left all of it to become a Doctor and never returned until he was a Doctor He owned three farms in Kentucky. These farms were in Blane County. One of them was the Culp Farm. The Culp Farm was filled with timber and coal. He sold the other two farms to a man named Blackstone. Blackstone struck oil and made a fortune. He was the Coroner of Greenup, the County Seat He came from the Old Country with two brothers. One brother went to ALASKA. The other brother went to FLORIDA. He was Scotch Irish During World War I the government called him to Doctor the soldiers in the camp. He could cure the flu at that time. He made his own medicine.

posted by Heather Jenkinson
I don't think that's all true lol but was an interesting read. He was a Physician though.
posted by Heather Jenkinson
Dear Mindy, thanks for your help on my grand-father Antonio Silva's profile.

I see what you mean about you have found a Antonio Silva son of Jose da Silva and Rosa Gomes. In fact My great-grand-father Antonio Silva has also a son called Jose da Silva born in 10 juillet 1887 S. Pedro de Merelim, Braga, Portugal so...I will try find out if he got married with a Rosa Gomes, because if yes, he could be the father of my grand-father and not his brother. Thanks again, you are lovely !

posted by Jussanam da Silva
It has been my pleasure cousin!! I hope that we can find more answers for you.
posted by Mindy Silva
You are lovely Cousin ! ❤️I was working on the profiles yesterday and today and it is getting better 👍 Many Thanks to you and have a Nice week-end
posted by Jussanam da Silva
Hello, Mindy!

On behalf of the G2G Integrators Project Leaders, we are doing a first of the year check-in with members. Please let us know if you are still active.

If you are active, please let us know in which ways you most enjoy contributing to the project. All of us would like to thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

Please reply as we look forward to hearing from you soon.

David, Pip and Dorothy ~ G2G Integrators Project Leaders and PC

posted by Pip Sheppard
Sorry if I hadn't responded to this Pip (I may have emailed you lol)! With all of the WikiTree Challenge work I am doing, I unfortunately don't have time to work with the Integrators project right now. I wish you all the best with it, and thank you for making WikiTree better!!
posted by Mindy Silva
Hi Mindy - we're dealing with an historic Portuguese ancestor in the Acadians Project and I'm hoping you might be able to confirm what we should presume his original family name to be based on his birth record referring to the two parents. Here's the G2G:


Many thanks and I'm hoping we'll have other paths to share!

posted by Tyler Benoit
Hi Tyler. I answered the g2g post. Thank you for pointing it out!
posted by Mindy Silva
Hi Mindy. I just wanted to say a huge thank you for working on several of my ancestor profiles this week during the WikiTree Challenge, and also for coordinating this event. Not only is it wonderful fun, it's like Christmas. I've never been the recipient of so much all at once. I'm still overwhelmed and need to dig through these one by one. Thank you so much, again. Oh, and we're 11C1R:)
posted by Roberta Estes
Hey Cuz! Thank you for your work on my Wikitree during the challenge. It is well appreciated, happy hunting! I am sending out a thank you to each Wikitree volunteers that worked on my tree...I have so much to do. I am working on my application to DAR on Jacob Lepper!
posted by Shelley Murphy

I am checking in on behalf of the 1776 Project to announce the new project membership requirements and to verify that you are still interested in being a member of the project. All project members are being asked to join one of the project teams and also to make at least one project contribution every 6 months. We are also asking all project members to join the project's Google Group for project communications.

If you are interested in remaining with the Project, please reply to this comment or send me a message, request to join the Google Group, and let us know what team you would like to participate on.

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all your hard work. If you have any questions, please ask. We would also love to hear any feedback you may have for the project.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

SJ - 1776 Project Leader

posted by SJ Baty
Thanks Mindy, I'll put you down on the Teams Page for profile improvements and stickers. Thanks for your efforts on the challenge I think that works just great.

best regards,


posted by SJ Baty
Mindy, thank you for all the awesome work you have done on the Kelly family. Your efforts have not gone unnoticed and have been so appreciated.

Kindest Regards, Cindy

.Team Virginia thanks you for adding profiles during the Thon!!! It was a blast!
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posted by Mindy Silva
Hi Mindy,

It was great seeing you on Genealogy TV (YouTube) with Connie Knox! You were excellent! So proud to be a part of this wonderful community and so glad to see WikiTree in the spotlight. :-) Happy 4th of July!

Kind regards, Lea

posted by Lea Isaacs
Thanks Lea!! The interview was a lot of fun. I do so love the WikiTree community!!
posted by Mindy Silva
Nice to see a Silva so active in this community. :) I have connections to the Silvas via my grandmother's side of the family. Also have family with that surname in Washington state
posted by Brando Furtado
Thanks Brando!! Wow, you have Azores ancestors. It looks like São Jorge right now. Have you found any on São Miguel yet?
posted by Mindy Silva
Unfortunately I've hit a wall in my research: ( I hope someday I find a path through it!
posted by Brando Furtado
edited by Brando Furtado
Great interview on Genealogy TV!


posted by Michele Bazley
Thanks Mickey! We had a lot of fun making it. :D And then Connie trimmed out our chatter lol.
posted by Mindy Silva
As a first time WikiTree Challenge member, Mindy, I want to let you know what I have done on Nathan Goodwin's tree. I have added 4 ancestors and 8 relatives. Still didn't break down Sarah Catto's brick wall, after bruising my forehead for many hours! How is the challenge process supposed to record these things so I do it right next time?

Thanks for all your hard work on these challenges! Pilla [Ackley-1513]

posted by Pilla (Ackley) Leitner
Excellent. I'm becoming more nervous to play as I don't know how to alter my mistakes. I started late with my ancestry and rushed through as much as I could and at 74 I skipped a lot of the basics. NAUGHTY.


posted by Richard Burt
Mindy it appears that I have William Burt and wife SArah Boothby 1820 to 1853 added in . THEY SHOULD BE DELETED. Sorry again
posted by Richard Burt
Does this fix it, Richard? William Burt
posted by Mindy Silva
Having some Clean-a-Thon fun this weekend!! Hope to see you there.

posted by Mindy Silva
edited by Mindy Silva
Dear Mindy. I have made a mistake on my tree Richard Burt. My ancestor William Burt 1826 to 1907 I have him with two wives Sarah Boothby 392 and Mary Ann Peck. Mary Peck is the correct wife. Sarah Boothby 393 is the correct relationship with William 1772 to 1827. I don't know how to delete the 392 Sarah Boothby. Please can you help?

Richard Burt

posted by Richard Burt
I hope that fixed things, Richard!
posted by Mindy Silva
Mindy, I do not see my name on the Janzen Challenge spreadsheet. I thought I was registered. Can I still participate?
posted by Michelle Enke
evidently need sent discord link for this weeks challenge.
Hi Mindy, how are you ?

Do you remember we have talked about my grandmother Lugduvina. So...now I found her details and her name doesn't have the G. Her name is Ludovina.I have found my father's birth certificate and her death certificate. Now I have started my lineage from her side. Thank you for trying help me in the beginning of my researches. I would love to know if we , me and you , we are related too. We should to compare our gedmatchs. Kisses, Jussanam

posted by Jussanam da Silva
I'm so happy that you found those certificates! I can't wait to see how your branches expand, and if we are related.


posted by Mindy Silva
I have my complete tree now, both sides . I only need some time to fill it up here n wikitree. I need be back to gedmatch so we can compare our DNA but I believe if we are somehow related it should be by my grandfather side Antonio Silva and not for my grandmother Lugduvina. Nice see your photo with your baby. Kisses and love to you and family
posted by Jussanam da Silva
Hi Mindy, how are you? I found some distant matchs between us and I a distant match with Jim as well . We have a distant common ancestor Afonso de Portugal but also our short connection comes from Volkenant married with Lillian Nelson. Both are onthe line of my grand-mother Lugduvina ( Ludovina) . My GEDMATCH CT4669106 xx
posted by Jussanam da Silva
Thank you Mindy, I am looking forward to working with you and everyone else in the January project! Happy New Year!
Thanks Elaine! Happy New Year to you as well.


posted by Mindy Silva
Hi Mindy!

Just want to thank you for being an awesome leader of our Portugal project. I sent you a private message asking about the best way to add Portuguese parish sources, but no need to answer :). I had a look at how you source yours and absolutely loved how complete and precise you do it so I've adopted your format. Now, I'm slowly going over the profiles I've added so far and revising the sources to the new format. It will be slow but rewarding work. Like you always say, "so much to Wiki, so little time" LOL! Thanks again!

posted by Eneida Paulo
Hi Mindy,

You were communicating with https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Perdigao_Morais-1 about DNA. She just added her DNA to her profile. Just letting you know.



posted by Claire (Chapel) Nava
Mindy Silva is a wonderful wikitreer for restoring data that had been deleted by a vandal. Thanks for doing that, Mindy!
posted by Jillaine Smith
Thanks Jillaine! I hope that I found all of it!


posted by Mindy Silva
Mindy, I'm reaching out to you because I can't see how to get help on the website. I hadn't looked at my dynamic tree in a while. When I pulled it up to check a family member, I see that many of my past relatives now "dead end" without allowing me to look at their predecessors which have previously always been accessible. Is something wrong with the tool? I would hate if I'd lost the ability to look back. Thank you
Thank you for writing back. Your site has so many things on it that I just don't have a lot of time to do it all. I have been doing genealogy for over 30 years and still finding people. I still have to 2nd great grandfathers we are struggling with. Someday I will take sometime to check the site out.
Hi, Mindy my Kentucky Cousin!

Thank you for your participation in October’s 2020 Source-a-thon. Your contributions helped us to clear over 57,000 profiles that needed sourcing. This makes our Shared Tree all that much better.

Keep up the great work!

Pippin Sheppard WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
I just found out that we are related 😉

Mindy and Josée are 9th cousins twice removed

posted by Josée Bouthillette
Hi Mindy, thanks for your welcome message and the info about how to get more information on WikiTree about DNA tests and kits.
posted by Dan DeLuca
Mindy, Thank you for the aid you gave to Steve Archuleta on this profile, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Edwards-28502. When he asked for suggestions, I asked for sources which you certainly provided.. He could have Captain added to his name..


Mary (Military and War) Project Coordinator- and Civil War

posted by Mary Richardson
Hey Mindy!

I made an introduction over at the G2G page and I was suggested to contact you in order to include me in the Portugal project. My family is from Trás-os-Montes and Algarve so I can help out these regions if needed.

Have a nice weekend!

Hi, Mandy! I see you have added Asturias to Project Spain. Im working on my Asturian ancestors. I have added some relatives of interest since my grandmother was a relative of the Marqués de Pinar del Río y Marqués de Teverga. I suspect there is a link to an ancient an noble lineage, the de las Alas family but havent found it yet. Take care
Hello Mindy,

Thank you,

Regards Ali

posted by Aline Barbeau
Hello, Mindy from Kentucky!

Thanks for all the work you accomplished during our Connect-A-Thon 2020. It is amazing how many more profiles were created and added to our Shared Tree. You have every right to be pleased with your efforts!

Kind regards,

Pippin Sheppard ~ WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hey. You've been on my mind and I wanted to make sure you were doing ok. I've been hit or miss on WT since last fall. Had a great spell where the last thing I wanted to do was sit still. That's wearing off so I'm bad a little more. I'll be attempting the Connect-A-Thon. I'm part of that project but their worse member lol. I can make the profiles better and add names but I still have a hard time actually making the connection. Sometimes I get obsessed and work it to the bones but that not often. I have my grandson for the summer and I'm playing teacher. I do hope you're well & out of sight doesn't mean out of mind in my world.
posted by Lucy (Wilson) Robinson
Mindy is a member of the Virginia Connectors Team for the Connect-a-Thon Challenge, Summer 2020

Don't forget to join in the fun during the 2020 Connect-a-Thon!

posted by Mindy Silva
edited by Mindy Silva
Thank you so much for your help. I have a book full of family trees written down and am going to try to tag the last names. Will definitely be a learning curve for me.
posted by Laurie Patrick
Let me know if you come across questions! Best of luck,


posted by Mindy Silva
Mindy, Thank you for getting me started on this site.
posted by Teresia Reeves
Mindy we're 12 cousings once removed. Walter smith-120963
posted by Walter Smith
Mindy - Walter Smith-120963 verifiying my Email Address as [email address removed]
posted by Walter Smith
My thanks to everyone that participated in the Clean-a-Thon. What a blast!!


posted by Mindy Silva
edited by Mindy Silva
Hiya, Mindy!

Thanks so very much for your participation in the spring Clean-a-thon! Every suggestion you cleared (over 2000!) made our Tree that much better. The WikiTree community appreciates YOU!

Pip Sheppard WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
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posted by Mindy Silva
I just want to say how much I appreciate all you do for your fellow Wikitreers as explained in this link.

posted by [Living Williams]
edited by [Living Williams]
Hi Mindy. I have successfully added three photos to my tree. That was easy after you instructed me how to do it. However, I have had a problem with being able to transfer my info in Geni to WikkiTree. I down loaded Chrome as per your instructions. I learned that Chrome no longer has a plugin page and the WikiTreeX I found was somehow incompatible with a version of something. Could you help me out on this?
posted by Jenny Lewis