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US Southern Colonies Sourcerers Team

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US Southern Colonies Project | Profile Improvement Teams | Sourcerers Team

Team Leader: Laura DeSpain

Team Members:


  • Profiles that fall under the scope of the project are excellently sourced.


To quickly locate profiles that fall within the scope of the team, check these links:


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Welcome Kimberly DIss Morgan to the Sourcerers Team!
posted by Mary Richardson
Welcome Ginny Thomas to this Team!
posted by Mary Richardson
Welcome new Team member, Michelle Detwiler
posted by Mary Richardson
Welcome new team member, Candice Shockley!
posted by Mary Richardson
Welcome new team member, Leila Keller, to the Sourcerers Team!
At my request, AleŇ° has created a wikitree + search that finds profiles that contain the dreaded Millennium File or Edmund West Family Data Collections as sources. It is a goal of this project to replace those with better sources. Here's how to find such profiles managed by the US Southern Colonies project:


Let's get this list down to zero! Thanks!

posted by Jillaine Smith
Hi all,

I'm thrilled to be back working for US Southern Colonists! Really missed it while it was dormant. Although I live in Southern California, many of my ancestors came through Virginia and the Carolinas. Much of my research has been centered in those areas as well as related locations such as Tennessee and Kentucky.

I decided to start with my own watchlist to see whose profiles needed improving. Much to my chagrin I found several with NO sources! Those came from back in 2014 when I uploaded a couple of gedcoms without thought for where I got that information. In the process have been updating and finding duplicates, working on related profiles from the area and period, and generally trying to clean house a bit. WikiTree+ is being very useful in finding duplicates now that I am learning how to use it.

Looking forward to getting to know other Sourcerers and working with all of you.