Tim Stanley
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Tim Stanley

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Tim D. Stanley
Born 1940s.
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== Biography == Born in Minneapolis, Mn . As my father was in the army we also lived in Japan 1952-54 and finally ended up at Ft Bliss in El Paso Texas. My mother is of French Canadian ancestry starting with Caouette and Labonne principally from the Cap St Ignace area of Quebec circa 1690. My father traces to Ireland with his grandmother departing Dublin in 1888. His father traces to the Standley’s in Penn's neck , Salem county NJ circa1690.

Served in U. S Navy 1964-1999. Vietnam Veteran. Retired as Captain.

Located the source of my mtDna A2-C64T , indigenous American believed to be Pert Won married to Antoine Desjarlais in the Pembina region of Manitoba.
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  • First-hand information. Entered by Timothy Stanley at registration. Data supporting my early Caouette s in cap St Ignace are primarily derived from the univ of Montreal PRDH data base a pay per use site.
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Hi Tim, we are 9th cousins through our 8th Great Grandfather Francois Miville-6 dit le Suisse, 1634-1711. Also Jean Trudel is our 8th Great Grandfather too! We have 32 ancestors in common in 15 generations.

Nice to meet you cuz! Angela (Boyer-3525) Cortner

posted by Angela (Boyer) Cortner
Gee haven’t looked down here for a while. I’m very familiar with Jean Trudel as that is a starting point for my Desjarlais extended family and the origin of my Native American Mtdna hapologue? My autosomal dna says it’s 1-2%. Ie insignificant.

Glad meet another=cousin

posted by Tim Stanley
Sorry to be tardy responding. I just never scrolled down far enough to see these notes. But yes being French Canadian means you are likely related tomeceryone from Canada 😉
posted by Tim Stanley
It seems like a good time to pass along that between me and my brother's auDNA tests, we have matches to at least 3 descendants of Nathaniel Standley (1757-~1825) - 2 below Nathaniel Jr, and 1 below his daughter Sarah, so it sure looks like the "weak link" I was worried about is OK, and we really ARE relatives!

I still feel like I should do that Y-DNA test - just "because". It was my wife who surprised me with ordering our auDNA tests.

On a related note, my nephew (also a Stanley) did the test too, and said he ran into your name. If I remember correctly, it was because of his WIFE, who has French-Canadian ancestry, so that's kind of funny.

I also have a DNA match to someone with that VA Standley guy (from the Y-DNA results) in her tree. But that match is on my MOM's side - a fluke!

posted by Frank Stanley
Frank. Thks for input on Martha capes and David bright. This spurred me to have added actual birth death and wedding dates for her.

Tim By the way noticed you’re an RPI grad. I had a navy classmate at the west Milton ny navy nuclear prototype . And lived close to Troy in fall 69- spring 70 while living in Saratoga springs .

posted by Tim Stanley
I’ve done yDNA m-233 Mtdna A2-c64T Amerindian and autosomal with family tree dna abs well as autosomal with ancestry.my French Canadian tree is very strong back to 20 of the first 50 families oof Quebec. Lots inter family marrying e.g. I am related to jean Jacque de Gerlais by three different and distinct paths !
posted by Tim Stanley
Hi Tim, I just wanted to say "Congratulations" on becoming one of the newest Red Badged "Generous Genealogist" recently. Your dedication to Wikitree has been an asset and great help to us.
posted by Dorothy Barry
Hi Tim

Feel free to change Anders LNAB back to Sinnicksson.

posted by Doug Lockwood
I thought I would point out, that there is another profile for a Onesyphrous Standlee (1768-1855). Not possibly duplicates, but there must be a connection of some kind.

- P Rich

posted by Phillip Rich
And he is. I have almost without exception every Onesiphorus or variation thereof is related especially in connection with all variations of Stanley
posted by Tim Stanley
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posted by Kitty (Cooper) Smith
Hi Tim! Thanks for your message. I suggest the Quebecois project, or the Canadian History project. You should check them out to see if they interest you. Let me know if you need help with anything else!  :D


posted by Summer (Binkley) Orman
Hi Tim! I see that you just did the Pre-1700 Self-Certification. That's great! Participation in a project is strongly encouraged for those wishing to edit Pre-1700 profiles. Is there a particular time period, location, or topic you're interested in? Maybe you have some historically-significant ancestors?

I see you are interested in Quebec. I recommend you stop by our Project:Quebecois or our Project:Canadian History to check those out. Let me know if you need help with anything!!

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posted by Summer (Binkley) Orman
Welcome back Tim!

You are now a confirmed member of WikiTree! Thank you for volunteering. Make sure to add more TAGS to follow as you grow the family tree.

Wow!!! You're the 5,380th Stanley profile on Wikitree! I bet your 'cousins' on Wikitree will benefit greatly once you add your insightful collaboration and sourced research.

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