Our Family Tree Every Child is an extension of their Parents, Who in turn are an extension of their parents. These extensions form roots and grow into magnificent trees. Trees whose branches spread throughout the pages of history. These branches intertwine with those of other trees, Fusing together kinship's that show that we are all of one Tree.
Aubrey was born in 1960. Aubrey Teeter ... 
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On 29 Nov 2017 at 06:41 GMT Gillian Thomas wrote:
I’m the new Project Coordinator for the England Project. I am contacting you, as there have been some recent changes to the project which we are keen to bring to your attention. Please look at the England Project page for more information on the changes and the ways members are able to actively contribute moving forward. Once you have considered how you would like to participate, please contact either myself or Susie to let us know. We can then list your involvement, help you join the Google group forum for England, and give you any other help you may need to get going. If we don’t hear back from you we’ll assume you do not wish to be a part of the England Project for the time being. We really hope you will join the team! Gillian
On 14 Mar 2017 at 18:27 GMT Hugh Barnes wrote:
I saw on G2G that you like me are a descendant of a Regulator. Check out the Category War of Regulation and add it to the profile of your ancestor.
On 12 Nov 2016 at 22:29 GMT Micah McCoy wrote:
On 2 Nov 2016 at 03:53 GMT Micah McCoy wrote:
And according to wikitree, me and you are 6th cousins once removed.
On 15 May 2015 at 18:32 GMT Maria Maxwell wrote:
On 8 May 2015 at 12:36 GMT Keith Hathaway wrote:
I'd like to invite you to our "Weekend Chat" post on the G2G forum!
New members... say Hello and introduce yourself.
Leaders, Mentors, Pilots, and Greeters please join in and share your wisdom.
On 8 May 2015 at 07:04 GMT Barbara Jean (Beebe) Duren wrote:
On 4 May 2015 at 16:07 GMT Abby (Brown) Glann wrote:
A great place to start when working on these family mysteries is in G2G. Post a question and tag it with german_roots and your ancestors' surname(s) and see what other researchers can do to help. The German Roots project has a lot of members from all over, and might have great insight into where to look for more sources.