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Jessica Symons

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Jessica C. Symons
Born 1980s.
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Daughter of and [private mother (1960s - unknown)]
Sister of [private brother (1980s - unknown)]
[children unknown]
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Profile last modified | Created 8 Sep 2020 | Last significant change: 3 Nov 2021
18:31: Traci Thiessen posted a comment on the page for Jessica Symons [Thank Traci for this]
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Ethnicity

Results (Jan 2021 update) of Ancestry.com DNA test:

Scotland 36% England & Northwestern Europe 31% Ireland 25% Wales 3% Sweden 2% Norway 2% European Jewish 1%

Biography

(self written)

Jessica was born and raised in Janesville, Wisconsin. When she was 2 years old, her parents bought a house at 216 Riverside Street that was built by her 2nd great grandfather, William J Hilt, in 1908.

Jessica attended public schools in Janesville and graduated from Craig High School in 1998. In October of 1999 she obtained her Certified Nursing Assistant license from Blackhawk Technical College.

She became interested in genealogy at a young age thanks to her paternal grandfather. He would tell her stories of his life growing up and tell stories of his relatives. He had lots of pictures to share and even had a family crest. His pride in his roots is now shared with Jessica. She loves solving a good genealogy mystery!

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Hello again! I posted a comment two weeks ago and have not yet heard back from you. I hope you are well! Do you want to remain in the Germany Project? If I don’t hear back from you by the end of November, I’ll go ahead and remove you from our member roster. You are, of course, always welcome to rejoin at any time via our G2G sign-up post.

Best wishes, Traci ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi,

The Germany Project Leaders are doing their semi-annual check-in with all project members and we want to verify that you’re still interested in being a member of the Project. Please respond by private message and let me know.

Are you currently working with one of our Sub-projects or Teams? If not, take a look at our main Project page for a full list.

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all your hard work. If you have any questions, please ask. We would also love to hear any feedback you may have for the project.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Traci ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi Jessica,

Thanks for joining the Germany Project! I've awarded you a project member badge.

Please read the Germany project page and add GERMANY to your list of followed G2G tags. When you have a chance, please submit a join request to our Google Group, where our project communicates. Please make sure to add your name and WikiTree ID to the request so we can get you set up. Here's a link: https://groups.google.com/g/wikitreegermanroots

The Germany Project has several teams that cover regional, functional, historical and migrational interests. Please check them out and let me know which team(s) you'd like to join. You'll find that one of our 16 regional teams may be a good fit.

We look forward to working with you!

Traci Thiessen ~ Germany Project co-leader

posted by Traci Thiessen
Thanks for all the sourcing you did this year, Jessica!
Sourcerers' Challenge Wise Owl Blue Skies Milestone
Jessica reached the Blue Skies milestone by sourcing 50 profiles in the December 2020 Sourcerers' Challenge
Sourcerers' Challenge Yearly Milestone Summary
Jessica earned 2 Blue Owls while participating in the 2020 Monthly Sourcerers' Challenges
Sourcerers' Challenge Wise Owl Yearly Golden Achievement Milestone
Jessica reached the Golden Achievement milestone by sourcing at least one profile in every 2020 Sourcerers' Challenge since receiving the Sourcerers' Badge
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Sourcerers' Challenge Wise Owl Blue Skies Milestone
Jessica reached the Blue Skies milestone by sourcing 50 profiles in the November 2020 Sourcerers' Challenge

Thanks! Great job!

posted by Laura (Pennie) Bozzay
Hi Jessica,

I just saw your post. My paternal 3rd great grandfather, Owen Cassidy, was born Drimmennin, Donegal, County Donegal about 1795. He died in 1866 in Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York.

I looked at the connect option and saw that Permelia Ann Farrar Reed daughter of Andrew Farrar is the brother of my 2nd great grandmother, Caroline Cornelia Farrar Tucker.

Charlotte O'Mara

posted by Charlotte O'Mara
Hi Jessica

Just a note to say how much the work you are doing in relation to the Cassidy surname, it is appreciated, thank you.

You may be interested in adding your Cassidy profiles to the Cassidy One Name Study, There is a category you can add to these profiles, See how to add categories to your Cassidy profiles https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Cassidy_Name_Study  these links can just be copied and pasted into profiles

This is a link to the space page for the Cassidy One Name Study - https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Cassidy_Name_Study  

My Paternal Great Grandmother was a Cassidy of Irish origin.

If I can be of any help let me know

Janet

Member of the Cassidy One Name Study

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Thanks for the info, Janet! I would love to add my Cassidy family to the Cassidy Name Study, however neither of the links you shared work. The first one says "this page does not exist," and the second link "page not found."

Jessica

posted by Jessica Symons
Hi Jessica

I refreshed the links before I left the message, so it is strange they are not working correctly.

Just clear the junk at the end the %C2%A0 & the %C2%A0%C2%A0 links should work fine then

Janet

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
That did the trick Janet!

Thanks! Jessica

posted by Jessica Symons
Welcome!

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posted by Cheryl (Smith) Hess
Welcome!

Thank You for becoming a Family Member of WikiTree. Your contributions will go a long way to joining the world together. I'm a volunteer greeter, here to help answer questions you may have about WikiTree.

I would suggest starting with New Member How-to pages which may save you a lot of time and frustration.

Don't be afraid to ask questions in our very active G2G forum. You can get involved as much or as little as works for you. Be sure to check out the tabs at the very top right hand side of your profile, there is lots to discover!

To contact me, log in to WikiTree and go to your profile. Use the ‘Reply’ link below my comment to be sure that I will be notified. You can also click my name to send a private message, or post a comment, on my profile page.


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P.S.

Also, Thank You for adding your DNA Test information to your profile on WikiTree. Your information will be propagated to the profiles of your parents and your ancestors within about 24 hours of being added. It will also propagate to the profiles of the descendants of your ancestors, so they may see your information under the heading "DNA Connections" just as you can see theirs.

Getting started with DNA outlines how to proceed to use your DNA test information on WikiTree and DNA is a link to a collection of links about WikiTree's many features involving DNA.

The DNA Connections list on your profile will provide a visual way for you to find potential relatives on WikiTree who have also added their DNA test information. Using DNA tools at sites like GEDMatch.com, if you find a relative that matches your DNA sufficiently and you have genealogical sources for the intermediate relationships, you can mark the specific parental relationships back to the most recent ancestor that you both share as "confirmed with DNA." For details, guidance, and examples of how to properly document DNA confirmations, see DNA confirmation.

To get the best results, begin adding sourced profiles for your ancestors until you can connect to ancestors already in WikiTree. If you have exhausted what you know on one line, it can sometimes help to add what you know on another line. The more branches you are able to add the greater the likelihood of finding potential cousins to match with. The process of identifying which branch elements of DNA relate to will better enable you to find matches that relate to the particular branches you are researching.

posted by Peggy McReynolds

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