Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith

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Sarah A. Smith
Born 1980s.
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Mother of [private son (2000s - unknown)], [private daughter (2000s - unknown)] and [private daughter (2010s - unknown)]
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Account confirmed 3 Sep 2017 | Sarah's 835 contributions | 43 thank-yous received
Profile last modified 11 Nov 2019 | Created 3 Sep 2017
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Wiki Genealogist Religion Project Member Scan-a-Thon 2019 December 2018 Club 100 Cemeteries Project Member DNA Tested Pre-1700 September 2017 Club 100 Generous Genealogist - Red Star Big Heart LDS Project Member Scottish Clans Project Member Denmark Project Member Mayflower Project Member Honor Code Signatory Volunteer
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My great-great-grandfather was an immigrant from Scotland. The family legend is that his brogue was so thick when he arrived that they couldn't understand his surname and just wrote down "Britton." I've traced his lineage a few generations *in* Scotland, so I don't think that story can hold up anymore!
Looking for parents of Thomas M. Cason (1882-1962) of the Georgia Casons.
Utah and Georgia
When a Jensen is born to an Andersdatter who was born to a Christensen who was born to a Pedersdatter... #tailspin
My mother was a Duncan. I've traced the line back to the 1600s in Scotland. We immigrated to the United States in the 1700s, first settling in Virginia.
Pioneer blood courses through my veins.
Direct descendant of William and Mary Brewster, Myles Standish, John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley, and George Soule.
I've traced back to my 4th great-grandfather in Scotland. His son immigrated to Nova Scotia.
I thought my great-grandfather was a Washburn, but it turns out that was an assumed identity! He was actually a Nelson/Nielson. I'm still trying to work out which surname it was, as I've seen both on records. See the Washburn Family Mystery page for more info
Duncan, Stewart, McKenzie, and more...
I've traced back to the 1700s in Maryland. My Seagos migrated to South Carolina and Georgia.
My paper trail dried up after my 2nd great grandfather, and tracing Smiths is a tricky feat! Hopefully my DNA will provide new leads! My Smiths have been in Middle Georgia since the late 1700s (at least).
LDS Pioneers. Arrived in Connecticut in the 1700s. Working on the paper trail to our alleged royal ties.
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On 29 Jul 2019 at 22:25 GMT Veronica (Coat) Williams wrote:

Hello Sarah

I am managing a name study here on Wikitree for the Britton surname. My particular interest is for those originally from Fermanagh, Ireland.

Here’s the name study page - Brittton Name Study Category Page. As you add ancestors to Wikitree please add the relevant category so they appear on these pages too!

If you have DNA tested and your Britton ancestors came from Ireland we would love you to join us at FTDNA in our ‘Brittons of Ireland’ project. Even if you have tested at another DNA site, its free to transfer your data to FTDNA! I hope you join us! Brittons of Ireland - DNA project support page


On 17 Jan 2019 at 15:46 GMT Sandy (Craig) Patak wrote:

Hi Sarah -

I wanted to thank you for joining Team Georgia on the Global Cemeteries Project. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or ideas you have. I've created a "sandbox" for Team Georgia to use as a collaborative space for questions, help, advice. ideas, etc amongst the Team.

In the meantime, check out the Team Georgia Progress Page and add the Cemeteries that you are currently (or planning to start) working on.... or let me know and I can add them for you.

Sandy, Lead on Team Georgia Cemeteries

On 11 Jan 2019 at 15:24 GMT Marty (Lenover) Acks wrote:

Better late than never. I created a G2G page for our team for Scan-Thon for our team:

On 7 Jan 2019 at 21:29 GMT Linda Barnett wrote:

Team Tennessee Volunteers would like to invite you to their team. Here our Space Page

Would like me to add you to the team free space page and if you do would you send me your email address to me in a private message so I can make you like the fellow team mates a free space page profile manager. Also include on the free space page is a link to G2G chat of the team also.

On 7 Jan 2019 at 20:42 GMT Susie MacLeod wrote:

Hi Sarah,

I sent you a message a week ago about the new-look Global Cemeteries Project but have not yet heard back from you. If you would like to continue in the project, please can you PM me your team(s) selections and your e-mail address for the Google group.

If I don’t hear back from you by this time next week I’ll assume you no longer wish to be in the project at this time.

Many thanks,

Susie :-)

Leader, Global Cemeteries Project

On 27 Dec 2018 at 20:24 GMT Paula J wrote:

I see the FAG states that the moves were due to Native American land being opened up for settlers. I often forget how much later that happened in GA.

On 27 Dec 2018 at 19:13 GMT Paula J wrote:

Hi Sarah,

I was reading this profile. I have no idea where in Effingham the Ogeechee is. I lived on the Ogeechee where it empties into the sound in Richmond Hill but I don’t know what part of Effingham it would be In. I asked a professional fisherman and he didn’t know either.

I do know (you probably do too) that Effingham has a ghost town where the first settlement in Ebeneezer was so bad they were all moved to New Ebineezer which is close to Guyton. Effingham is a fairly large county.

I have a friend who is a great researcher for Southern profiles but he is under the weather temporarily. After he improves, he can likely help.

On 26 Sep 2017 at 17:46 GMT Sharon (Knapp) Whitlock wrote:

Sorry for taking so long to respond but as you requested I have added you to the Trusted List for Manolia Farris's. Thanks for all the work you have done. Have a great day ~Sharon

On 17 Sep 2017 at 22:05 GMT Vicky (Freeth) Majewski wrote:

Hi there! My name is Vicky (Freeth) Majewski and I am a WikiTree Mentor.

I'm just checking in 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!

On 15 Sep 2017 at 00:35 GMT Kitty (Cooper) Smith wrote:

Welcome! We are so glad you are here! Please make sure each of your Smith profiles has a birth year, birth place and at least one Source. If you don’t have exact information, please mark your best guess as Uncertain. Thanks!

Is the surname Smith on your Tags Followed?

We have a Smith Name Study to assist you with your general research and genetic genealogy:

There are links on the Smith Name Study page to our Smith One Name Study, Brick Walls, Pending Merges, Unsourced Profiles, Error Lists, Smith Researchers and WikiTree Genealogists, the northeastern US SmithConnections DNA Project and others. There are plenty of opportunities to add and improve Smith profiles. Thank you!

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