Traci Thiessen
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Traci Thiessen

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Traci L. Thiessen
Born 1960s.
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Daughter of [private father (1940s - unknown)] and [private mother (1940s - unknown)]
Sister of [private brother (1970s - unknown)]
Mother of [private son (2000s - unknown)] and [private daughter (2000s - unknown)]
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Traci Thiessen has roots in the region now known as Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
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Traci Thiessen has English ancestors.
Traci Thiessen has Czech Roots.

Names I Follow

Thiessen, Miell, Crawford, Musel, Rayman, Junge, Perkins, Hind/Hinds, Leatherman, Crandall, Bradley, Konicek, Chihak, Kloppenburg. In my husband's tree, all with German roots, are: Mosblech, Kalt, Kettenbach, and Elker.

My Immigrant Ancestors

"Recent" Migrating Ancestors (after 1840), from England, Germany and what was then known as Bohemia.
The rest, in my Perkins and Crandall branches, came to America much earlier, in the 1600s and 1700s.

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Hello Traci,

The Profile Improvement Project (PIP) is performing a check-in. The Project operates in a team structure with these participant PIP Teams -- The Category Team, the Unknowns Team, and three Biography Teams. There is also the Voyage Team which guides new Voyagers. See the Profile Improvement Project Teams for a brief outline of each team.

You're currently identified as a member of the Popular Team, working on profiles from the provided lists. Please let us know if you are content with your current Team or would like to change to one of the others.

If you have not already done so, we invite you to join the email GoogleGroup and text chat Discord channel for our project. (You will need your Wiki ID for both). Neither is required; we also use the Profile_Improvement tag in G2G for Project announcements.

We thank you for all you do to help the Profile Improvement Project meet its goals. We would like to hear about the successes you’ve had and would also appreciate any feedback you have to help improve the Project. Please share your thoughts in a reply to this comment or via private message to one of us.


Debi Hoag and Kay Knight, Co-Leaders, Profile Improvement Project

Robin Shaules, Project Coordinator, Profile Improvement Project

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hi Debi,

I hope you are well. Please remove me as a member of the PIP. After stepping down as a project leader, I've decided to focus my work solely on my own ancestors and to discontinue my involvement in WikiTree projects. I've been traveling a lot and I'm not as active on WikiTree as I was in years past. I don't want to commit to project membership and then not participate as expected.

Thanks! Traci

posted by Traci Thiessen
Thanks for letting us know, Traci. Good luck with those ancestors and enjoy the traveling! Debi
posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hi Traci,

I've adopted Sarah (Perkins) Starbird (1844-1934)' (Daughter ofLuther Perkins (1797-abt.1855), our common ancestor) and William Ellis Starbird (1834-1893)'s profiles. I see you have a note in their profiles they were married on April 14th 1882. I would love to have the source for this.

Thanx - Eric

posted by Eric Perkins
"Maine Marriages, 1771-1907", , FamilySearch ( : 14 January 2020), William E. Starbird, 1882.
posted by Traci Thiessen
Traci, I am an 80 year old who has been tracing my Ruggles / Smith line for several years. Thank you so much for the editing and working on what happens to be my direct line to our English roots. While I have many of the people you have worked on there are several that added information and new people to that work. Thank you again for all your work, you are indeed a credit to the WikiTree Family. Again Thank you
Dear Traci,

On behalf of the England Project, I would like to thank you for your commitment to the project's goals. Every single contribution you make helps improve English profiles!

The England Project Leaders like to touch base with each of our members periodically to make sure everything is going well. This is our formal annual check-in with you.

Are you happy to with your current project team choices? Would you like to join any other teams?

Also, we would really like to hear which team is currently your highest priority. If you are a member of more than one team, could you please rank them from highest priority to lowest? Thank you! If you don’t see yourself as being part of a team, please let us know.

We also welcome any feedback on things you would like to see the project do more of in the future.

I look forward to hearing from you. Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message.

On behalf of all the Leaders, thank you again for all you do and we look forward to you continuing to be a part of our collaborative and fun Project!

Kind regards,

Susie, England Project Leader

posted by Susie (Potter) Officer
Hi Susie, Although I'm not very active on WIkiTree currently, I'd like to remain in the England Project on the Managed Profiles team. Thanks, Traci
posted by Traci Thiessen
Absolutely no problem Traci! Thanks for getting back to me. If only we all had more time.....🤣🌻

Best wishes, Susie

posted by Susie (Potter) Officer
Dear Germany Project member,

it's annual check-in time 2023. If you still wish to remain a member of the Germany Project, please reply to this post, by stating this intention. If we don’t hear from you in the next 30 days, your membership badge will be removed. In this case please don't be offended ... you're welcome to rejoin at any time. Please also note, that in order to receive help, with researching your German ancestors, membership is not mandatory. Just ask your questions in the G2G forum and tag them with Germany in order for knowledgeable people to see them.

If you wish to remain a member, we would like to learn more about your perception of the Germany Project in order to achieve a future development according to our members needs and wishes. For this, we created a survey, which we kindly ask you to fill-in.

In case you want to communicate, discuss and receive help about WikiTree in German, you might want to check out the WikiTree category at Compgen’s Discourse as well as the German Discord server Ahnenforschung.

Of course there’s still the official WikiTree Discord server, where we usually talk English. Feel free to learn more about Discord and the server at Help:Discord.

Kind regards from Black Forest

Flo (Project Coordinator Research/Resources)
posted by Florian Straub
Hi Flo,

I'll remain a member for now, but I won't be very active as my German family is all at brick walls.

Best regards, Traci

posted by Traci Thiessen
edited by Traci Thiessen
Holy crap! Congrats on reaching 100,000 contributions on WikiTree!!
posted by Steven Greenwood

The quality and quantity of work that you do on Wikitree and elsewhere is truly exemplary. Many thanks on behalf of myself and the hundreds of others that benefit from your extraordinary efforts! With best regards and high level of sincerity, Ron Perkins

posted by Ronald Perkins
Hi Traci, when you have a moment, pls see the comment I just posted on the profile for Francis West-1685 inviting suggestions and edits on the revised bio done for him. Thank you !


posted by J. West
Traci, the Emary Cole in your family tree is really Mary Emary who married Israel Cole, Jr. She is one of my Mayflower Pilgrim Ancestors. As follows: Stephen Hopkins (Mayflower passenger) and Constance Hopkins (his daughter and Mayflower passenger). Constance married Nicholas Snow in the Plymouth Colony and they had a daughter Mary Snow who married Thomas Paine. They had a daughter Mary Paine who married Israel Cole, SR. They had a son Israel Cole, Jr. who married Mary Emary (or Emory).

Thank you, Karen Tilley

posted by Karen Blankenship
Thanks Karen. Do you have a reliable source for the marriage of Mary Emary and Israel Cole? If so, please add it to their profiles. As far as I know, no marriage record has ever been found. The only evidence of Israel's wife is found in Israel's will where he mentions his "beloved wife Emary Cole". See the research notes on Israel's profile here:
posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi, Traci!

We are 8th cousins, 3x removed. But you likely knew that, already.

Mark Richard Tarbell

posted by Mark Tarbell
Hi there cousin! Nice to meet you!
posted by Traci Thiessen

Is there a rule or guide as to using a birth name or a legal name (that is different)? Please look at Marshall-24786. John/Rody III used both after the name was legally changed.

posted by Carl Seibert III
Hi Carl. Sorry for the delay in responding. WikiTree Naming Guidelines ( state that you should use the name at birth (John Goodwin) as the proper first name. Guidelines suggest that you can either add the other name (Rody Patterson) as the preferred name OR as other nickname (alias). As there are 2 different middle names, I combined 1st and middle in first name field (this is commly done in other cultures, like Germany, where people don't use middle names). I edited the profile accordingly. It's importnat to add both names to the name field so they can be found in a search and duplicates are not created. Hope this helps! Best, Traci
posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi Traci, I found a letter for sale on Etsy from a WW2 civilian survivor from a woman in Germany by the name of Wilhelmine Miether, thanking a girl in Ohio for her donation of shoes. I found her story touching and made her a profile, as well as the profile of the letter reciever, Martha Roof (I think I found Martha's daughters on Facebook, but I have yet to hear back from the one I sent a message to), but I can not trace Wilhelmine. It's possible that many or all of her records were destroyed, but I have hope. Could you add this profile to the Germany project, please? Wilhelmine (Unknown) Miether (1885-)
posted by Jennifer Fulk
edited by Jennifer Fulk
Hi Jennifer, I added some maintenance categories to Wilhelmine's profile. Hopefully a member of the Germany Project will do some research on her. Thanks! Traci
posted by Traci Thiessen
Read your profile and I would like to say thank you for all your hard work especially with sourcing and editing and the like, see I pretty much do the heavy reading and meticulous research but placing sources on my profiles weeeeell! Bad me! Must be my lazy procrastination side. Thank you for being a Sourcerer.

I generally don't make a profile or link unless I go through certificates, bibles or vital and the like and the main heavy resourced of those who do the same. That is how meticulous I am. But again the sourcing - bad me! Good thing actually here I slow down my tree building process. I eventually find another who does the kind of sourcing so I connect then.

Love too that you are actively working on Ancestry like I am doing more frequently. Got a ton offline that I know are pretty confident about but its so large! :)

Anyway, I recently worked on my own suggestions from the My Wikitree drop down menu a little bit. Found some silly gender mistakes I accidentally made which I fixed. More to do there but I do like that function.

Know that I am impressed by all I see that you have worked on. Again thank you very much!

Elizabeth :) A distant cousin

posted by Elizabeth Korf
You were a rockstar during the CAT! I'm so glad you were able to join the party. It's always fun working together as a team and it was exciting to clean up over 30,000 suggestions :-)
Good morning Tracy!

I signed up today, and I was just exploring this page - I think it was created by you (Phillips Payson 1736 - 1801). I was thinking, how can I add something, there where I read "unknown children" - but I don't know how it happened, now I am the manager of this page. . . I would not like to have entered someone else's house without asking permission! meanwhile, a warm greeting from Florence, Italy, Giovanna

posted by Gio Ponzetta
Hi Giovanna,

Thanks for asking! I created that Payson profile but have no personal interest in it. Please feel free to edit/add children, etc. Thanks, Traci

posted by Traci Thiessen
thanks to you! see you soon,


posted by Gio Ponzetta
Hi Traci, I am at a brick wall with my Schulze / Schultz family and need some help . If you would please take a look at Schultz-5323 you will note that I get my info from 2 sources, one is a family tree written by my great great grand father, which end up at Pastor Stephanus (Stephan) Schultz aka Schulze, Praetorius, who was seemingly a very famous clergyman and writer "SCHULZE in Suid-Afrika deur Ockert Malan - GenZA

- Malan" . As you will not by his name, it is a little confusing and I changed it a few times because I can't find any formal documents about him .

The second source I found was "Spuren der Familie Praetorius. By Frank Praetorius" at . . Seeing that my home language is Afrikaans, one of the 5 Dietze languages, I do understand a little Deutz but not enough to be sure of my deductions . Can you please check this for me and also tel me who this Peter was who wrote his testament in Magdeburgh .

It will be highly appreciated , Thank you, Callie .

posted by Carl Schulze Scheepers
Hi Callie,

I moved your question/request to the Germany Project Google Group. If you don't get a response there, I suggest posting to G2G.

Thanks, Traci

posted by Traci Thiessen

I decend from a Theissen line from Hamburg, and I was wondering if you could point me in a direction that I could search in Germany.

My German side is a brick wall. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


posted by Valerie Lange
Valerie - I sent you a private email
posted by Traci Thiessen
Traci thanks for trying to get me sourcing.

You answer questions and help me Source. Forever grateful.

posted by Sharon (Dewald) Skeels
It is my pleasure to work with you Sharon!
posted by Traci Thiessen
Traci, why did you delete the black sheep sticker from Thompson-24051?
posted by Jo Gill
Because the project no longer exists and neither does the IBSSG.
posted by Traci Thiessen
hi Traci, was going to ask the same question about a few profiles I manage, is the project defunct permanently or is it a temporary thing only?

Please put a note on what and why you are changing in this respect when doing them, save you and everybody a lot of traffic.


posted by Danielle Liard
The disbanding of the Black Sheep project happened many months ago. See: I manually removed hundreds of project boxes rather than have editbot do it, so I could ensure the proper categories were in place. Sorry I didn't leave an explanation.
posted by Traci Thiessen
edited by Traci Thiessen
Hi Traci, I've just added Ann Saltonstall's christening record and source. Perhaps you will consider re-attaching her to her parents.

The entry reads "Ann, daughter of Sir Richard S...Knight and The Lady Elizabeth."

posted by Beryl Meehan
edited by Beryl Meehan
I want to thank you for hanging in there with me as I floundered over what I saw as a simple task; adding a Prussia sticker to my grandfather's profile. I went to bed last night just a little perturbed at myself for not being able to discern how to do it. This a.m., I decided to slowly re-read your direction and figure out what I was missing, and when I looked at his profile, the sticker was there! I have two bachelor degrees and have completed 60% toward a Master's degree. I taught procurement agents for McDonnell Douglas and Boeing military how to do their job in a formal class session which included how to negotiate. I developed formal training class books to support this effort. I have been retired for 8 years and have been off the computer for 3 years. What I am saying, is that time (I am going to be 78) appears to be catching up with me. I have no idea what i did to post that sticker. I have concluded that I am best directed to continue working on my family tree ( I have at identified at least 2 7-great grand parents) and go back an re-trace my steps and identify those sources that I conveniently overlooked. With sources I am only at my 1 great grandparent level. Because of my computer difficulties (I have only been back on since Christmas) and my dual focus of re-identification while pursuing new leads, I am too much of a fledgling, at this time, to be a part of any collaborative efforts. So I am truly sorry to request that you remove me from the Germany group although I will always be available for short tasks. Based upon my experience with the sticker, I think you know what I mean. Also, know that you and your team have a strong cheerleader "in the stands'" By the way, my major focus is Berlin, West Prussia, Bayern, and, although it isn't on your Germany list, Alsace-Lorraine. I have a strong what it appears to be a Thomas connection there and they appear to be German not French. Best wishes and you have my appreciative thanks and always morale support.
posted by Jim Walter
Hi Jim,

I removed you as a member of the Germany Project, but please feel free to use the resources on our project pages, specifically the regional pages: Space:Germany_Regions_Team. Each region has its own resource page and has lots of interesting info and links you can use to help in your research. This is the page for Bayern: Space:Bavaria_Team, this is the page for Berlin: Space:Berlin_Team and we DO have a team for Alsace-Lorriane, that can be found here: Alsace-Lorraine. Like I said before, we will [hopefully] soon update the Prussia Team and will post to G2G when that page is updated.

If you ever need help with your German genealogy, just post a question on G2G and add the Germany tag to your post and you'll get help from one of our members (and if you ever need help posting to G2G, let me or one of your Greeters know you'd like some help). You're welcome to rejoin the project any time and remember that we're always happy to help you whether you're a project member or not.

Take care, Traci

posted by Traci Thiessen
Traci -

I really ant to be part of the Germany team and I am making my way through all the information. But, as I go, I see interesting and exciting small things, like stickers. I would like to put a Prussia stick on my grandfather's profile, but I have yet to find out the how to. You seem to functinn easily with badge and stickers, etc. What am I missing?

posted by Jim Walter
Hi Jim - See this page for Prussia stickers:

This subproject of the Germany Project will be getting an overhaul eventually and is not currently very active. We will post to G2g and the project Google Group when the Prussia Team gets relaunched, but in the meantime, feel free to use the stickers on your/your ancestors profiles!

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi Traci,

I not sure how to put this person in category for notable. I placed sticker. Not sure what the Kansas House of Representatives, and 2 terms of Senate is not sure if it actul state stuff or Church or Masonic stuff he seemed to be in everything for sure. This why I added him to notables maybe someone could help figure this out.


Bright, John A.--Born April 24, 1845, Aaronsburg, Center Co., Pa.; son of George and Sarah (Bower) Bright; educated Pa.Coll. (Partial course); married Mary Belle Shearer, Sept. 17, 1868, Milton, Pa.; to Kan. April, 1882; to Topeka, 1890; 1862 to 1867, teacher in common schools and academy, Pa.; 1873, was ordained as a minister in Evangelical Lutheran Church; 1873 to 1886, engaged in pastoral work in Pa. and Kan.; 1886 to 1890, was gen. sec. Kan. State Sunday School Ass'n, during which time was delegate to first World's SS convention, held in London Eng., and was chosen one of three recording secretaries of that convention; for 3 years following 1890, grand sec. I.O.O.F. of Kan.; grand chaplain 6 years; grand master, 1 year; chaplain 1 term, Kan. House of Representatives, and 2 terms of Senate; since 1893, in evangelistic work. Author: A KANSAS ABROAD; or SIXTY DAYS IN EUROPE AND WHAT I SAW THERE. Res: 830 Morris Ave. Added by JH


Thank you for the comments on the live. I was wondering if the Magna Carta project could put something on the profile of Molesworth-135, because, he and his siblings are descendants of all of the Magna Carta Sureties. In Australia we don't have gateway ancestors, but for us, that profile would be significant, because he is a descendant of all of the sureties. Thank you, Ben. Incidently, just over half of them connect to him through his father's mother, and still a good number through is mother.

To clarify, he is a descendant of the 15 in the relationship quick list. Not sure of the others.

posted by Ben Molesworth
edited by Ben Molesworth
Hey Ben, Liz will get back to you about this. Thanks!!
posted by Traci Thiessen
Traci was back in full force during this year's SAT! So glad you could join the team. You were amazing! Emma :-)
As were you, Emma. Thank YOU!!
posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi, Traci!

Thank you for your participation in October’s 2020 Source-a-thon. Your contributions helped us to clear over 57,000 profiles that needed sourcing. This makes our Shared Tree all that much better.

Keep up the great work!

Pippin Sheppard WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard

Per your message about Black sheep group being sent to notables please add me to project and let me know if anything I have to do in profiles that in this category. I like to be keep updated please???


Billie, I awarded you a Notables Project member badge. Please add Notables to the G2G tags you follow to get updates.

Thanks, Traci

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi Traci, I'm sorry to hear the BSP is being disolved and yes I would be interested in joining The Notables Project. Thank you.
posted by Eileen Bradley
Thrilled to bits to see my 14th GGF Richard Chamberlayne has been recognised with a Magna Carta Project badge. Thank you so much for your work!

His son, William, by the way, according to 'Magna Carta Ancestry', was a Friar at Greenwich. Until I get pre-1500 verification, I can't add this, but perhaps you can. I have a screenshot from MCA showing the information, if that is acceptable.

Richard's great grandson, Richard, btw, married Elizabeth Harcourt (I took the liberty of adding this a couple of days ago), which means that that whole Harcourt line connects with Charlemagne. There is no line going up there as yet, but I'd be delighted to add it if and when I get the go-ahead for pre-15OO profiles.

Best wishes, Frances Piercy-Reins

posted by Frances (Piercy) Piercy-Reins
edited by Frances (Piercy) Piercy-Reins
Thanks Frances! No need to send a screenshot, I have all the Richardson books. I added MCA as a source on William's profile. I also proposed some merges on a few profiles you added (there were already existing profiles for Richard Chamberlain, his mother and her 1st husband on WikiTree). Appreciate the help!


posted by Traci Thiessen
It was so great to have you join us for another thon. You were amazing! :-) Emma
Hello, Traci!

Thanks for all the work you accomplished during our Connect-A-Thon 2020. It is amazing how many more profiles were created and added to our Shared Tree. You have every right to be pleased with your efforts!

Kind regards,

Pippin Sheppard ~ WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard

I have added Ela, Alice and Edmund as children of William de Odingsells - could you link them to their mother Ela FitWalter.



posted by Steve Hunt
update - the previous text was deleted; the Gateway Guardian initiative was retired 7 February 2022. Thank you for serving in that role for so many Gateways (this post was about adding Peter Bulkeley to your sticker, joining other Bulkeley Gateways, the Woodward sisters, Jane Allen, the Kempe Gateways, Richard More and the Wyatt Gateways.
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
edited by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Hello, I see you manage the Wyatt (Francis) tree, Magna Carta. I am a descendant on my mother's side. I have the standard pedigree tree and a descendant of each. It goes back to 1080. I'm new so I don't know much about connecting profiles yet. I have noticed that some info like wives and dates on a couple I can match are missing. I believe I can help with some of those missing names. I also have a letter from my great aunt with my great grandfather/mothers names. let me know if i can help. thank you
posted by B Grady
Traci - I've lost access to my e-mail. Could you let Michael & Jen know? (I think I hit enter when I shouldn't have and changed the password... which I've long since forgotten.)
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Thanks for letting us know ... I was getting messages that my emails to you were undeliverable. Michael said his weren't bouncing back.
posted by Traci Thiessen
Congratulations on that shiny new blue badge ;-)
posted by SJ Baty
Sourcerers' Challenge Wise Owl Yearly Golden Achievement Milestone
Traci reached the Golden Achievement milestone by sourcing at least one profile in every month of the 2019 Sourcerers' Challenge

Outstanding! We started this program in April of this year 2019 award is April through December.

posted by Laura (Pennie) Bozzay
Please can you add a few details to

You left a comment there re new info.. but many of the rest of us do not have access.. thanks.

posted by Beryl Meehan
From your friends at the Appreciation Team:

Congrats on the Super Star Badge!

posted by SJ Baty
Hi Traci, I'm so sorry I forgot to respond to your request to be on Joseph Musil's trusted list! You are on it now. I have not been active here for the last few months due to family matters, thank you for your patience!
posted by Angela (Kluge) Lincoln
Woo-hoo! Thanks for reviewing the St Leger Codd trail :D
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
So glad you were able to join the Roses for this year's SAT. It was great fun as always. Thank you for your major contributions to the Tree!

Emma <3

Hi Traci,

Have added you to the trusted list (as requested). John

posted by John Beeson
Hi Traci,

On behalf of the England Leaders, I wanted to say a huge thank you for all your contributions towards the project in the past six months as a Team Member for Managed Profiles, Sourcerers, Data Doctors, Connectors and Arborists. We've achieved a great deal during this time and we couldn't have done it without you.

Are you happy to stay in your current teams and the project as a whole? Are there any other teams you'd like to join? What are we doing well, and what would you like to see us doing differently moving forwards?

Please respond to this message via e-mail. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks,

Susie, England Project Leader :-)

posted by Susie MacLeod
Hi! Thanks so much for joining the Magna Carta Project's leadershp team. Here's a sticker you can copy/paste into your profile. (Feel free to change how your name displays.)
Magna Carta project logo
Traci is on the Magna Carta Project leadership team.
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Primrose-279 and Primrose-6 are now ready to be merged. Can you help here?
posted by Gregory Lauder-Frost
I am dealing with the Primroses but am receiving no assistance from the admin of the second James Primrose, the Writer (solicitor).
posted by Gregory Lauder-Frost

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