Donna Jean Snyder
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Donna Jean Snyder

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Donna Jean K. Snyder
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Bostwick-356, Parnell (Bostwick) Brown (1702 - 1804) is my sixth great grandmother. I propose a merge of Bostwick-356 and Bostwick-665. Thank you Anne B.

posted by Anne (Crawley) Bradica
Hi, Donna --

I got your message about wanting to start a free-space project.

If there are profiles that you need access to, you can always request to be added to the Trusted List.

Also, make sure you read through the Free-Space Project help page. That should give you some good pointers on getting started:

You can start this all on your own without help from a leader or team member. If you need some additional help, you can head on out to the G2G Forum (see the Help menu) and ask questions out there.

Free-space projects are very informal.

Thanks and have fun!


I added the file for Francis Hough/Huff from Hough researchers O. L. Hough and Max Huff as I saw you were interested.
posted by Billy Huff
Hi Donna, Where should this connect? Which two profiles?

"Our royal, titled, noble and commoner ancestors and cousins website claims one of his wives is Margaret Woodward, d. 1698"

posted by Kitty (Cooper) Smith
I mentioned it because Our Royal, Titled...mentioned it but didn't have a good source posted and I haven't come up with that information elsewhere. Guess I could created a file for that person and let her descendants complete her genealogy.
posted by Donna Jean Snyder
You posted the following for John Bostwick.

" also shows he was married to Eunice Warriner". Can you give documentation for the statement? There is a lot of undocumented info on Ancestry so it would be helpful to know a specific source.

posted by Sara (Stevens) Patton
Sorry! When I worked with Ancestry, I was new to genealogy and didn't know the importance of adding documentation except to note it was from Ancestry.
posted by Donna Jean Snyder
I have asked my researcher to determine if Jacob Echols is the person who was born in Virginia and married to Elizabeth Mary Cagel. If he is, we will add the profiles and make the changes you suggested. This profile needs more sources, as well. Thanks for your note!
posted by Paula J
Donna,I see that you just did the Pre-1700 Self-Certification. That's great! Is there a particular time period, location, or topic you're interested in? Maybe you have some historically-significant ancestors? Participation in a project is strongly encouraged for those wishing to edit Pre-1700 profiles. You appear to have several interests. Why don't you stop by the Project List ( to see how you can participate? Let me know if you need help with anything. We are glad to have you on board!

Lee - Volunteer Coordinator

Thanks for adding sources!

There can be a bit of a learning curve to WikiTree, but once you figure it out, it is a great place to interact with other family historians.

By the way - I notice that you are using "" as your source on some profiles. As we are a collaborative tree, it would be a great help if you could be a bit more explicit about your sources. Here is what our Sources help page says. It has lots of ideas:

Thanks for joining WikiTree. Looking forward to your contributions!


posted by Dave Rutherford
Sorry! When I worked with Ancestry, I was new to genealogy and didn't know the importance of adding documentation except to note it was from Ancestry.
posted by Donna Jean Snyder
Hi Donna,

Thanks for completing the tags indicating you wish to research/document your family history. You are now a confirmed WikiTree member!

Visit our WikiTree Community Membership page to see all the member benefits and how to use Wikitree information page.

To know our community use the G2G forum and join the fun with our Question of the Week: What do you do when you find a black sheep?

Once you are settled down consider joining one of these Volunteer Groups.

Great to have you on board and good luck growing your branches.

Ludwig :)

posted by Ludwig Kraayenbrink
Hi Donna,

Welcome to the WikiTree family!

WikiTree is different because our goal is to have one profile per person, which means that all members work together as a single collaborative team. The Honor Code helps keep everything functioning smoothly as we work on one BIG tree.

The initial email from us has links you can use to get started. When you confirm your email address, you'll have an option to volunteer to add information to WikiTree, beginning with tags for your own profile. Tags are surnames, locations, concepts, etc. that you'd like to track.

If you decide to volunteer, a greeter will confirm your membership, and you'll be able to add new profiles to the tree.


P.S. I'm always happy to answer questions.

posted by Carole Partridge

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