J. Stewart
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J. Stewart

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Beginning student of genealogy (with humonguous thanks those of of my ancestors who did TONS of leg-work to provide information I can use!!); began working in WikiTree in 2016.
J. A. Stewart
Born 1940s.
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Brother of [private brother (1950s - unknown)], [private sister (1950s - unknown)] and [private sister (1950s - unknown)]
Father of [private son (1980s - unknown)] and [private son (1980s - 2000s)]
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Hi J.,

The Westward Ho/Lewis and Clark Expedition Project needs your help!

Regarding profile George F Shannon (1787-1836). Please visit this G2G page https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1151307/westward-ho-project-sticker-needed to support creating a Westward Ho/Lewis and Clark sticker.

Thanks, your consideration of this request is appreciated!

Dek Prentice Coordinator - Lewis and Clark/Trails and Wagon Trains

posted by Ronald Prentice
The news clippings you are adding to Friedrick Trump do not all belong to him. I would suggest you stop adding them until you research them better. Some of them may be for his son.
posted by Pat (Fuller) Credit
edited by Pat (Fuller) Credit
Hi Pat, Thank you for commenting. I believe I have deleted all of them I posted that day. I **may** have erred on the side of enthusiasm???
posted by J. Stewart
edited by J. Stewart
J.A., the Appreciation Team thanks for you for efforts toward making our Shared Tree the best it can be with your 1000+ contributions during August 2019. You are an important part of what we are all about!

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Thanks for the link to the Walker site - I had just come across that site as well, but appreciate your passing on the info. It looks meticulously researched,

I'm not, afaik, related to this line of Walkers, but got interested as Benjamin Walker (1741-1775) served with my great7 uncle, Moses Parker, at Bunker Hill, and shared a similar fate. That is, wounded & captured by the British, leg amputation, then dying as a POW.

posted by Don Osborn
To James Stewart and all interested parties ---

I am from Ogle County, IL, & own a copy of the 1878 History of Ogle Co.,IL, which I was using to enter the biographical sketches that have enough info. -- Most are short columns of a couple of inches of info. - - Some are pages long. -- what I entered for Elisha Arnold, his wife & children is what was printed in 1878 in that history. Some of these entries have info that connects to other profiles, & it's always great to see them connect to others' work, & isn't that the point in the first place? I can see that these profiles have already been connected to others' work. If you have info that is relevant, please enter it. Please be sure that you give your references and documentation.


Jill Lee

posted by Jill (Turkington) Lee
Good day, Ms. Lee -- This is an OLD conversation, but I wanted to follow up anyway. I am interested to see what pages you found any information about Elisha Arnold in the 1878 History of Ogle County, Illinois (it is available and searchable) on archive.org. Thanks in advance...
posted by J. Stewart
Wow, that's fantastic! Good luck with your tree-building!  :-)