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Sandi Strong

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Sandi Strong participated with Nor'Easters during the 2019 Source-a-Thon, adding 80 sources to profiles.
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Thank you for contributing to the January 2022 Sourcerers Challenge! As you know, every source added to an unsourced profile improves our One Tree. Thank you for taking time from your own family history to help others.

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posted by Nan (Lambert) Starjak
Hi Sandi,

Thank you so much for your work documenting Harry Sockut's journey to Hartford Connecticut. This summer I found out that Harry is my birthfather's grandfather so I'm really grateful. Cheers, marco frucht

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Hey, I'm struggling to figure out my grandfather, Thomas Hawes', lineage. He was adopted, I believe, but I have reason to believe the man who adopted him, was truly his biological father. I know he mentioned vassalboro when I was a kid. Any help would be so helpful, and i've noticed your profile listed on a lot of the maine hawes pages.

thanks in advance!

posted by Anastasia Hawes-Watson
Hi Sandi,

You added some research notes to John White-454, suggesting keeping an eye on two other John White profiles. Would you please add a bit more to that thought? Perhaps you could add those WikiTree IDs into the disambiguation paragraphs where they apply.. Thank you.

posted by S (Hill) Willson
I will do that as best I can. The point is that there are 3-4 distinctly different John Whites in Maine during that time frame, and it seems to me that some of the information is being conflated, and that there needs to be a closer look at all of them to get the right wives and right kids matched up. Case in point, Sarah ((White ) Lane and Peter Lane appear to be siblings but are attached to different John White profiles. I see five kids in Spencer, but Peter claims there were eight altogether, four deceased by the time he sold his inheritance, and other reports suggest closer to 18 kids, which I feel is highly unlikely - not enough time. And yet, no straight-up merges appear to be indicated as of yet. The suggestion to look at all three profiles is part of the Research Notes, and I am hoping the reader sees what I'm seeing or can explain the error in my htinking.

Here's a thought: Mary Phipps White is the lady who supposedly had 26 kids. Yet, she is billed as the second wife and mother of one in the James Phipps profile. James Phipps is said to have died before 1654 as his signature did not appear on a certain Oath of Allegiance, leading to the assumption that he was dead. Yet, it is also said that he conveyed a certain portion of his land purchased with John White to his son William. Who would have been three or younger at the time of James' death. Was that done? If by will, I would love to see that. Otherwise, I need help interpreting what I read about his doing that conveyance at about 1679 -- which makes several of the White children NOT children of Mary, widow of James, which I think Peter would argue with. The players are spread over four profiles (including James Phipps'), so that's why it's hard to discuss it on just one, and why I would love for other researchers to check out all the relevant profiles. I haven't made any major changes, e.g. re: relationships. I have only proposed a merge of John Phipps and John Phipps, Sr. who are listed as brothers, but I believe to be the same person. And they don't impact on the White profiles.

posted by Sandi Strong
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Sandi reached the Golden Achievement milestone by sourcing at least one profile in every month of the 2020 Sourcerers' Challenge since receiving the Sourcerers' Badge
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