Categories: WikiTree Leaders | United Kingdom Project | British Isles Politicians Project | Scotland Project | Scots Abroad | Scottish Clans Project | British Indentured Servitude Project | European Aristocrats Project | Norway Project | Legendary Ancestry of Vortigern | Cardiff High School, Cardiff | Clan Straiton.
I currently live in Singapore although have lived around the world at some point in my life. I was born in Scotland to Scottish ancestors and have a keen interest in genealogy and history in general. I study family history from the perspective of the stories; the reasons why people took the decisions they did and undertook the journeys they made. I also look to find those that time has forgotten; those men and women that lived their lives, loved and laughed, just as we do today but are now lost.
My focus is on the families of Straitons, and its many variants, originating in Scotland under King David I in the early 12th Century. The history of many of the main line family was published under the guise of "Stratons of Lauriston" but I have explored many of the offshoots and over time will publish them here.
I have a keen history bent and search for gaps and holes. I head up the Scots in Foreign Service Project which is looking to fill gaps in our understanding of those Scots that fought abroad until about 1700 and also the Scots Abroad Project that is looking to find the migration patterns of our Scottish ancestors before the American, and later, migrations.
To do page: Doug's List
On 17 Jul 2017 at 16:09 GMT Michael Thomas wrote:
I joined the Monday Rangers doing the 8 am - 10 am MDT shift. After my "Sabbatical" to the UK during April and May, I was moved to the 9 am - 11 am shift.
I can't do 10 am - 11 am, so if I must be just 9 am - 10 am, re-schedule me for that time.
BTW, 8 am - 10 am was perfect for me. Since I've been back, I've noticed 8 am - 9 am not being covered consistently.
On 15 May 2017 at 13:21 GMT Larry Huey wrote:
Just wanted to introduce myself as a member of your Monday Ranger Team. Have a wonderful day!
On 21 Apr 2017 at 21:00 GMT Maria Maxwell wrote:
"Hi - have you seen this discussion on G2G . https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/377942/why-do-relatively-few-people-from-india-use-wikitree-
I'd like to invite you to contribute."
On 20 Apr 2017 at 17:26 GMT Mary Cole wrote:
Is the template for the Category "Scots Abroad" suppose to be added to profiles of "Scots Abroad"?
Or is the template only intended for the profiles of the members who participate in the project?
On 15 Apr 2017 at 02:26 GMT Sarah (Murtaugh) Heiney wrote:
Did you ever hear back from the profile manager for the duplicate King George IV? In the G2G post you said you'd give him a week to respond; that was March 20. https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/364795/apparent-duplicate-of-king-george-iv Thanks!
On 29 Mar 2017 at 06:06 GMT Betty Sambrook wrote:
I am trying to enter profiles of the Wait of Woodborough Family - other Spellings are formerly Wayte and Waite. I am trying to enter Robert Waite b. 19 January 1695 Castle Combe, Somerset, England . My name is Betty Sambrook, I was married to Warner Bernard Wait (now deceased) and I am forming the profile for my sons Mark Laurence Wait (now deceased) and Christopher Cottam Wait and I have taken to pre 1700 quiz and need you to credit me. Thanking you in anticipation Elizabeth Camneron (born Betty Sambrook)
On 19 Mar 2017 at 18:38 GMT Sarah (Murtaugh) Heiney wrote:
I posted on G2G about a duplicate profile I found for King George IV. I'm assuming this is something that happens occasionally so y'all will know what to do with it! I tagged it with euroaristo but I think a lot of the people commenting are from outside of the project trying to be helpful, so I've decided to post on your page directly. Here's the link: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/364795/apparent-duplicate-of-king-george-iv?show=364882#a364882
On 7 Mar 2017 at 23:30 GMT Larry Huey wrote:
On 23 Feb 2017 at 03:01 GMT Marty (Lenover) Acks wrote:
On 1 Feb 2017 at 18:55 GMT Tine Schmedes wrote:
The Von Moltke´s have got Danish and German sub branches. I would like to go into the Danish branch by now. With friendly love from Tine Schmedes(-3).