Michael Thomas

Michael Thomas

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Michael R. Thomas
Born 1940s.
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Military Service

Michael Thomas is a Military Veteran.
Served in the United States Army/Army Reserves 1971-1977 - Staff Sgt. (E-6), Signal Corps
First trained as telephone pole climber, moved to Radio/Radio Teletype. Honorably discharged as Communications Center Supervisor, 5006th USA Civil Preparedness Support Detachment, Denver Federal Center, CO

Descendant of PGM migrant.
(Several PGM Ancestors - http://allinthepast.net/usancestors/pgm.htm) - List updated August 2018

Personal Webpage Links to Wikitree Projects

http://allinthepast.net OR http://allinthepast.net/TNG

U.S. Presidents - Direct/Indirect Ancestors - [1] - Includes RECENT updates based on Wikitree Relationship Finder

Magna Carta Ancestors - [2] - Includes RECENT updates based on Wikitree Relationship Finder

Royal Ancestors - [3]

Popes and Saints - [4] Minor Religious Figures - [5]

Witches of Salem - [6]

Mayflower Ancestors - Stephen Hopkins - 11th Great Grandfather; Giles Hopkins - 10th Great Grand Nephew; Constance (Hopkins) Snow - 10th Great Grandmother

New connections found 14 Sept 2018 with DISTANT cousins Katherine (White) Carver, Richard More, Henry Samson, and Agnes (Cooper) Tilley - more research is needed

Links to Wikitree Projects


MANAGER - Project:Bavaria and Project:Rhineland-Palatinate




Clans Managed on Wikitree - House of Bruce, Dunbar, Fleming, Fraser/Fraser of Lovat, Fraser of Lovat, Gordon, Herries, Keith, House of Alpin - MacAlpine/McAlpin, Mar, Marshall, Moncreiffe, Murray, Ogilvie, Seton, Shaw, Shaw of Tordarroch, Uquhart; Armigerous Clans - Ainslie, Douglas, Schaw, & Somerville; Gray, (Sept of Clan Murray), Randolph (Sept of House of Bruce) and Spalding (Sept of Clan Murray)

Currently working to add profiles to all Clan Categories, including tartans (if available) and improving overall appearance - grammar and punctuation, cleaning birth/marriage/death locations, etc., and adopting orphan profiles.

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Combined Lineage: Clan Murray to Clan Seton to Clan Gordon

Alexander, 1st Earl of Huntly, Gordon (Seton-179) (1410-1470) - 15th Great Grandfather

Alexander, 1st Lord of Gordon, Seton (Seton-5) (1385-1441) - 16th Great Grandfather

  • married - Elizabeth Seton Gordon (Gordon-286) (1384-1439) - 16th Great Grandmother

Sir William, 1st Lord of Seton (Seton-212) (1343-1424) - 17th Great Grandfather

Alan de Wyntown of Seton (Wyntown-3) (1298-1347) - 18th Great Grandfather

Margaret Murray (Murray-5231) (1275- ) - 19th Great Grandmother

  • Married - Baron Alan de Wyntown of Seton (Wyntown-1) (1274-1355) - 19th Great Grandfather

Andrew, 3rd Lord Bothwell, Moray (Moray-96) (1249-1297) - 20th Great Grandfather

Andrew, 2nd Lord Bothwell, Moray (Murray-6552) (1222-1249) - 21st Great Grandfather

Sir William, 1st Lord Bothwell, Murray (Moravia-14) (1195-1244) - 22nd Great Grandfather

Sir William, 1st Lord Washington, de Moravia (Moravia-15) (1164-1195) - 23rd Great Grandfather

  • Married - Margaret Bruce (Bruce-2641) (1169-1188) - 23rd Great Grandmother

William Freskin de Moray (Moray-99) (1139-1204) - 24th Great Grandfather

Freskin le Fleming de Moravia (Moravia-6) (1107-1172) - 25th Great Grandfather

Robert II le Fleming, Count of Flanders (Flandre-30) - 26th Great Grandfather

Clan Gordon Lineage

Clan Gordon tartan.
Michael Thomas is a member of Clan Gordon.
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Lady Catherine "White Rose of Scotland" Gordon (Gordon-2123) (1472-1537) - 13th Great Grandmother

Sir George Gordon, 2nd Earl of Huntly (Gordon-618) (1430-1501) - 14th Great Grandfather

Sir Alexander Seton Gordon, 1st Earl of Huntly (Seton-179) (1410-1470) - 15th Great Grandfather

Lady Elizabeth (Gordon) Seton (Gordon-286) (1384-1439) - 16th Great Grandmother

Sir Adam Gordon, Baron of Gordon (Gordon-2188) (1356-1402) - 17th Great Grandfather

Sir John Gordon, 9th Laird of Gordon (Gordon-2930) (1315-1388) - 18th Great Grandfather

Sir Adam Gordon, 8th Laird of Gordon (Gordon-5051) (1290-1351) - 19th Great Grandfather

Sir Adam Gordon, 7th Laird of Gordon (Gordon-5313) (1265- 1329) - 20th Great Grandfather

Sir Adam Gordon, 6th Laird of Gordon (Gordon-5467) ( -1296) - 21st Great Grandfather

Sir Adam Gordon, 5th Laird of Gordon (Gordon-5468) (1215- ) - 22nd Great Grandfather

Sir Adam Gordon, 4th Laird of Gordon (Gordon-5469) (1185- ) - 23rd Great Grandfather

Sir Alexander Gordon, 3rd Laird of Gordon (Gordon-5470) (1160- ) - 24th Great Grandfather

Sir Adam of Huntly, 2nd Laird of Gordon (Gordon-5471) (1135- ) - 25th Great Grandfather

Sir Adam, 1st Laird of Gordon (Gordon-5472) (1100-1138) - 26th Great Grandfather

Adam de Gordon of Berwickshire (Gordon-6185) ( -aft. 1093) - 27th Great Grandfather

Clan Seton Lineage

Clan Seton tartan.
Michael Thomas is a member of Clan Seton.
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Sir Alexander, 1st Lord of Gordon Seton (Seton-5) (1386-1441) - 16th Great Grandfather

Sir William 1st Laird of Seton (Seton-212) (1343-1424) - 17th Great Grandfather

Lady Margaret Seton, Baroness of Seton (Seton-254) (1317-1347) - 18th Great Grandmother

Sir Alexander Seton (Seton-255) ( 1295-1342) - 19th Great Grandfather

Sir Alexander Seton, Captain of Berwick Castle (Seton-206) (1270 -ca 1342) - 20th Great Grandfather

Sir Alexander Seton (Seton-233) ( 1252-1332) - 21st Great Grandfather

Sir Christopher Seton (Seton-256) ( - 1323) - 22nd Great Grandfather

Sir Christopher Seton (Seton-259) ( -1298) - 23rd Great Grandfather

Sir Christopher “Christell” of Seton (Seton-261) ( -1269) - 24th Great Grandfather

Adam Setoune of Seton ( -1255) - 25th Great Grandfather

Bertrand Setoune of Seton ( -1230) - 26th Great Grandfather

Alexander Setoune of Seton (Seton-6) ( - 1211) - 27th Great Grandfather

Philip of Seton (Seton-243) ( -1179) - 28th Great Grandfather

Walter de Lens Le Fleming of Seton - 29th Great Grandfather

Seier de Lens of Seton - 30th Great Grandfather

Clan Murray Lineage

Clan Murray tartan.
Michael Thomas is a member of Clan Murray.
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CURRENT POSITION : Genealogist - USA, The Murray Clan Society of North America [7]

Margaret Murray (Murray-5231) (1275- ) - 19th Great Grandmother

Sir Andrew Murray, 3rd Lord of Bothwell (Moray-96) (1249-1297) - 20th Great Grandfather

Sir Andrew Moray, 2nd Lord of Bothwell (Murray-6552) (1222-1249) - 21st Great Grandfather

Sir William Murray, 1st Lord of Bothwell (Moravia-14) (1195-1244) - 22nd Great Grandfather

Sir William I De Washington Sutherland de Moravia (Moravia-15) (1164-1195) - 23rd Great Grandfather

William Freskin Sutherland de Moray (Moray-99) (1139-1204) - 24th Great Grandfather

Freskin Le Fleming de Moravia, (Moravia-6) Progenitor of Clans Murray, Sutherland and Douglas (1107-1172) - 25th Great Grandfather

Clan Bruce Lineage

House of Bruce tartan.
Michael Thomas is a member of House of Bruce.
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Christina de Brus Bruce (Bruce-3328) (1273-1356) - 21st Great Grandmother

  • Brother – Robert I “The Bruce” de Brus Bruce, King of Scotland (Bruce-129) (1294-1329) - 21st Great Grand Uncle
  • Sister – Isabel de Brus Bruce, Queen of Norway (Brus-106) ( -1358) - 21st Great Grand Aunt

Sir Robert de Brus Bruce, 6th Lord of Annandale (Bruce-3176) (1243-1304) - 22nd Great Grandfather

Sir Robert “The Competitor” de Brus Bruce, 5th Lord of Annandale, Justiciar/Constable of England and Scotland (Bruce-517) (1210-1295) – 23rd Great Grandfather

Sir Robert de Brus Bruce, 4th Lord of Annandale (Bruce-177) (1164-1245) – 24th Great Grandfather

Sir William “The Lion” de Brus Bruce, 3rd Lord of Annandale (Brus-85) (1144-1215) – 25th Great Grandfather

Sir Robert de Brus Bruce, 2nd Lord of Annandale (Brus-39) (1103-1194) – 26th Great Grandfather

Sir Robert II de Brus Bruce, 1st Lord of Annandale (Brus-141) (1075-1141) – 27th Great Grandfather

Clan MacAlpine Lineage

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Michael Thomas is a member of a Scottish Clan.
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Clan Alpin - MacAlpine/MacAlpin/McAlpin

Sir Knight Thomas III, Lord of Cobham, Brooke (Brooke-42) (b. 1392) - 15th Great Grandfather

Johanna Hanap OR Hanham (Hannam-9) (b. 1358) - 16th Great Grandmother

Simon Hanaps of Hanham (Hanham-1) (b. 1344) – 17th Great Grandfather

Robert of Hanham (Hanham-21) (b. 1299) – 18th Great Grandfather

Adam Hanham of Anneville (Anneville-5) (b. 1280) – 19th Great Grandfather

Randolf de Neville (Neville-57) (1262-1331) – 20th Great Grandfather

Robert de Neville (Neville-52) (1240-1271) – 21st Great Grandfather

Robert de Neville (Neville-60) (b. 1223) – 22nd Great Grandfather

Geoffrey FitzRobert de Neville (Neville-55) (b. 1197) – 23rd Great Grandfather

Robert, Lord Raby FitzMaldred (Raby-178) (b. 1170) – 24th Great Grandfather

Maldred, Lord Raby FitzDolfin (Raby-167) (b. 1135) – 25th Great Grandfather

Dolfin, Lord Raby FitzUchtred (FitzUchtred-6) (b. 1100) – 26th Great Grandfather

Uchtred, 2nd Lord Raby de Dunbar (Dunbar-1893) (b. 1080) – 27th Great Grandfather

Gospatrick I Mormaer, Earl of Northumberland (Dunbar-27) (ca 1040-ca 1074) – 28th Great Grandfather

Maldred, Lord of Allerdale of Scotland (Dunkeld-90) - 29th Great Grandfather

Bethoc OR Beatrix, Princess of Scotland (MacAlpin-33) (b. 984) - 30th Great Grandfather

Malcolm II OR Malkolf MacKenneth, King of Scotland (MacAlpin-34) (b. 970) - 31st Great Grandfather

Kenneth II OR Cinaed, King of Scotland (MacAlpin-35) (b. 932) - 32nd Great Grandfather

Malcolm I, King of Scotland (MacAlpin-21) (b. 897) - 33rd Great Grandfather

Donald II Dasachtach MacConstantine, King of Scotland (MacAlpin-22) (b. 862) - 34th Great Grandfather

Constantine I, 3rd King of Scotland (MacAlpin-23) (b. 836) - 35th Great Grandfather

Kenneth I OR Cinaed “Macalpin,” 1st King of Scotland (MacAlpin-11) (b. 810) - 36th Great Grandfather

Clan McMahon Lineage - Ireland

Michael Thomas has Irish ancestors.

Life Member of Clan McMahon - County Clare, Province of Munster, and County Monaghan, Province of Ulster

NOTE: Earlier Clan McMahon records show ancestral links to Clan Stewart, Clan O'Brien, and Clan McDonnell in Ireland

Sarah Helen (McMahon) Stark (McMahon-746) (1880-1947) - Great Grandmother

Francis Joseph McMahon (McMahon-747) (1846-1916) - 2nd Great Grandfather

James McMahon (McMahon-748) (1802-1870) - 3rd Great Grandfather


I am a retired high school Applied Technology teacher and Technology Coordinator. Also a veteran of the U.S. Army Signal Corps, I have been a community newspaper publisher, prize-winning newsletter editor, water gardener, secretary and website administrator/newsletter editor for my local gun club, and am the Pack Committee Chair and manage a Facebook page for my grandson's Cub Scout Pack.

I turn to Genealogy, shooting, RV travel, Ham radio, home repair, and other hobbies to keep me grounded. I enjoy being an adult leader in my grandson's Cub Scout Pack, where I am a certified Rangemaster/Range Safety Officer and teach Archery and BB Guns. I am also an NRA-certified Range Safety Officer and Home Firearms Safety Instructor and can set up and manage any type of firing range.

My father was in the US Navy during World War II and came home to Colorado to attend the University of Colorado in Boulder. He and my mother were married shortly before he graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. In the late 1940's, foreign jobs paid well, so he took a job with American Smelting and Refining Co. (ASARCO) in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. I was born in El Paso, Texas while he was training for his job.

We lived in San Luis Potosi a few years, during which time my Mother returned to Colorado and filed for divorce. After the divorce, my Dad was promoted to Plant Engineer at the ASARCO smelter in Denver, Colorado, his home town. I grew up in Aurora, a suburb east of Denver, and live there today.

I got my start in Genealogy asking questions about my mother. I loved my stepmother dearly, but still needed something more. After my Dad passed away in 1994 and my stepmother moved to Texas to be with her sister, my research shifted into high gear. I found notes from a cousin in my Dad's papers, and soon had everything I needed to start researching my paternal lines, which really wasn't much.

Computers were just coming into widespread use in Genealogy, and I was still searching for my birth mother and my maternal line. I always joked that I didn't celebrate St. Patrick's day because I was German, but after I re-located her in 2005, I found a rich trove of ancestors all over Europe and tons of settlers of Colonial America.

I have discovered royal ancestors in nearly every region or country in Europe, from Spain to Russia, including the United Kingdom and Scandinavia.. I also discovered kings and queens, archbishops and saints, witches in Salem, Knights Templar, and a host of other people who have made important contributions around the world.

As I was working on my lines, my wife began asking about her lineage. More and more records were showing up on computer by this time, and our research uncovered several cross-over ancestors, especially royalty in Scotland and France. Where my ancestors tended to settle in New England and move West, hers settled in the South and moved Northwest. I have determined she and I are 15th cousins 2x removed, with both our Scottish lines tracing to Freskin de Moravia, progenitor of several Clans.

Before changing my major in college so I could teach, I had been a History and Political Science major and, to this day, I find myself going off on tangents as I'm working. At times, I'm finding the historical times of my ancestors are far more interesting than my ancestors themselves.

Some Genealogists ("Sourcerers") start with their own family group and work out from there, collecting source material and family stories they can share with other family members. Since I don't have a family interested in sharing their stories and anecdotes, I am more of a "Collector," trying to expand my research as far as I can through the various generations. When I hit a brick wall or item of particular historical interest, I backtrack and try to put my ancestors into the picture. Although I don't have a lot of "family lore" or anecdotal information to share, I always have plenty of material to draw from.

A full record of my research can be found online at my personal website: [8]. Send me a note if you have any questions. I can also be found on my previous site [9] I also have family trees on Ancestry.com [10] (contact: michaelthomas127) and MyHeritage.com [11].


  • First-hand information. Entered by Michael Thomas at registration.
  • Source: S4 Author: Ancestry.com Title: Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 Publication: Name: Name: Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2005;;; Repository: #R1 NOTETexas, Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997, Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services
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  • Thank you to Michael Thomas for creating WikiTree profile Thomas-10744 through the import of Johann_Thomas_with_Descendants_Nov2013.ged on Nov 6, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Michael and others.
  • Thank you to Michael Thomas for creating WikiTree profile Thomas-10777 through the import of Johann_LeBachelle_with_Descendants_Nov2013.ged on Nov 6, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Michael and others.

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I recently joined this project. I hope to use the opportunities I have to interact with people, personally and online, to spread the word about Wikitree. I work as the US Genealogist for Clan Murray at several Celtic events each year and talk with dozens of individuals.
I happened on to the Error Report (now Suggestions) link in my profile and felt guilty about the errors on my profiles. I need to do my share cleaning up my own mistakes, but the easy fixes have been done. More complex research still needs to be done.!
My ancestors came from the time when countries were intermarrying for power and prestige. I have royal ancestry from nearly every country in Europe, as well as religious figures from pastors to popes, nuns to saints.
All my paternal ancestors growing up were German, so I thought that was all I was. How wrong I was until I found my maternal side. Germany is also the source of most of my brick walls.
My primary Clan, and one of the most active at Celtic Faires and Festivals. I offered my genealogy expertise a few years ago but was rebuked, so now I do it for Clan Murray. I manage Clan Gordon for the Scottish Clans Project on Wikitree.
My wife and I both have Irish lines that disappear when we "cross the pond." Hers (Fegan) came from Ireland through Canada, mine (McMahon) from Ireland to Maryland during the Potato Famine.
Have several links through signers and surety barons, many of whom helped create Great Britain and the United States
Wikitree told me I'm related to three passengers in my direct line and four distant cousins on the Mayflower. This was an area I never thought I could research.
My wife's paternal line. We are 13th cousins (she is a Tullibardine and I am a Bothwell) and share the progenitor of the clan in our two lines. I am the US Genealogist for the Murray Clan Society of North America, and manage Clan Murray for the Scottish Clans Project on Wikitree.
Can boast dozens of ancestors who helped form the Colonies, and eventually the United States, including four of the Witches of Salem and the Governor of Massachusetts who stopped the trials, the Army captain who was the first killed at Concord Bridge and became the model for the Minuteman statue, and others..
This is a relatively new interest, but I have found ancestral links with several Presidents through Wikitree. This is an active group, so I have to check back often to see how my relationships have changed.
My maternal grandmother's maternal line, another good source of ancestors of historical importance, along with Travis. I'd like to have some anecdotal information about them.
Can't study the clans without studying Scotland, a country with a history as long as England, including my Viking ancestors. I manage several clans for the Scottish Clans Project on Wikitree.
This is the most fun, by far, because I can find ancestors in over a dozen Clans, and now manage most of them for Wikitree
A number of Scots-Irish ancestors skipped Massachusetts and headed south to Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and eventually ended up in Alabama.
My maternal grandfather's line, came from Germany, the source of several more brick walls.
My paternal grandfather's line from Germany, also a source of brick walls, although I have recently re-connected with a cousin in Germany who might be able to help.
My maternal grandmother's line, opened up the world to me in terms of ancestors, along with Robbins, but don't know as much about them as I'd like. I'd like to have some anecdotal information about them, too.
My paternal grandmother's line, came from Germany; more brick walls, but maybe can break through with a cousin's help.

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On 12 Dec 2018 at 11:12 GMT Jillaine Smith wrote:

Michael, you recently changed a birth date for Richard Newton, citing only "wiki data". Could you be more specific? And how do we know whoever was born on that date was the immigrant? Many thanks.

On 9 Aug 2018 at 21:12 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:

Michael, I removed you from the Categorization project as you requested. If you change your mind in the future and wish to rejoin, you are quite welcome to do so. Thanks for all you do in categorization!


On 1 Aug 2018 at 23:49 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:

Hello Michael,

I’m Natalie, leader of the Categorization Project. Please have a look at the revamped Categorization Project page, specifically about the new team approach. Members will be now be part of the Maintenance Team. Project Liaisons and leaders will be involved in the Vision and Collaboration team. Please contact me within the next week to let me know if you would like to remain an active member of the project. If I don’t hear back from you I will assume you no longer want to be a part of the Categorization Project. Thanks, Natalie

On 16 Jul 2018 at 10:37 GMT Jillaine Smith wrote:

Michael, it looks like you might be working on data doctor suggestions related to Find a Grave. I noticed you changed two PGM profiles to match FaG dates. The PGM project does not use FaG as a reliable source. Therefore when you see FaG suggestions for PGM profiles, please do not change the dates. Thank you.

On 14 Jul 2018 at 18:01 GMT Michael Thomas wrote:

Whether this gets read or not is unknown, but it requires a response. The merge request indicated below was for two different people living in two different time periods with two different sets of parents. I have no PROOF there is only one Lodbrok in Nordic mythology or not - the details were simply too dissimilar to merge them. If time is not available right now to research the aspects that raised the red flags, perhaps we should avoid rushing into a merge until such time as we prove that a requirement to merge exists.

On 7 Jul 2018 at 05:24 GMT Maggie Andersson wrote:

Hi Michael, could you please NOT remove the Unmerged Match I will once again set on the two Ragnar Lothbroks profiles.

You have rejected the match twice, without giving any reason for the rejection. There is only ONE Lodbrok in Nordic mythology and the profiles needs some attention.

I'm willing to do the work but I don't have the time right now to do it.

On 2 Jul 2018 at 15:36 GMT Malcolm Cowan wrote:

Methven, Perthshire, now has profiles in it. Thanks!

On 1 Jul 2018 at 09:13 GMT Malcolm Cowan wrote:

I have several profiles of people from Methven, Perthshire. Please let me know which Perthshire category to use. Thanks.

On 2 Jun 2018 at 12:07 GMT William Gordon wrote:

Hi Michael, would it be possible to add a link to the House of Gordon clan society to the 'Category: Clan Gordon' page? The URL is www.houseofgordon.org :-)

On 7 Apr 2018 at 02:27 GMT Linda Barnett wrote:

Hi I would like to invite you again this year to join the 2018 Spring Clean-a-Thon and join the Team Tennessee Volunteers 2018 Spring Clean-a-Thon this year I am going to be the leader like I was for Team Tennessee 2017 Source-a-Thon. I will also be the leader of Team Tennessee Volunteers 2018 Source-a-Thon too this year. Notice the change in the name of the team. Here is our free space page:https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Team_Tennessee_Volunteers_-_2018_Spring_Clean-a-Thon. It is April 21 - 23. You need to register for this by April 19th that is the last day to register.

Star this is the link you need to go to and The registration deadline is April 19, 2018, at 12:01 am. Note: Please post as an answer not as a comment. Thanks! https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/586403/will-you-participate-in-our-2018-spring-clean-a-thon-current

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