Katherine  (Venegas) Venegas Jacobus

Kat (Venegas) Venegas Jacobus

Privacy Level: Private with Public Biography and Family Tree (Yellow)
Kat Venegas Jacobus formerly Venegas
Born 1980s.
Ancestors ancestors
Profile manager: Kat Venegas Jacobus private message [send private message]
Account confirmed 23 May 2017 | Kat's 866 contributions | 34 thank-yous received
Profile last modified | Created 23 May 2017 | Last significant change: 27 Mar 2018
19:59: Karen (Lowe) Tobo posted a message on the page for Kat (Venegas) Venegas Jacobus. [Thank Karen for this]
This page has been accessed 566 times.
Wiki Genealogist March 2018 Club 100 February 2018 Club 100 January 2018 Club 100 Jewish Roots Project Member DNA Tested Adoption Angel GEDCOM Equipped One Name Studies Project Member Pre-1700 First Peoples Project Member Latin American Roots Project Member Honor Code Signatory Volunteer
[view badges]

Categories: First Peoples Project | Native Americans Project | Muisca Confederation | Jewish Roots | Berlin, Germany | Berlin, Deutschland | Mitte, Berlin | Brandenburg, Preußen | Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf | Gross Leistenau, Preußen | German Notables | Notables | Unconnected Notables | Jewish | German Roots | Holocaust.

Muisca Confederation Project Chibcha Tribe Project Page

Contributions

To Do

To-Do List


More Genealogy Tools


Only the Trusted List can access the following:
  • Kat's formal name
  • e-mail address
  • exact birthdate
  • birth location
  • images (1)
  • private siblings' names
For access to Kat Venegas Jacobus's full information you must be on Kat's Trusted List. Please login. See the Contact section of the Tree & Tools page.


Sponsored by MyHeritage




Followed Tags
Kat is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
FIRST_PEOPLES
My father's ancestors are from Boyaca, Cundinamarca, Colombia. Our original last name was Pataquiva but it was changed to Venegas in the 20th century when we moved to Bogota (Bacata). We are of the Chibcha tribe which is part of the Muisca indians. Muisca means "The People". I'd love to collaborate with anyone else who knows anything about our lost culture and family.
JACOBUS
My mother's father was a Jewish German named Hans Jacobus. He fled to South America and married Francia Alegria. I am interested in finding information about his ancestors in what use to be Germany and is now Poland. I'd love to collaborate with anyone else who knows anything about our lost culture and family.
JEWISH_ROOTS
My grandfather fled Berlin, Germany as a Jew in the Holocaust. He was born in Zempelburg.
LATIN_AMERICA
My father's ancestors are from Boyaca, Cundinamarca, Colombia. Our original last name was Pataquiva but it was changed to Venegas in the 20th century when we moved to Bogota (Bacata). We are of the Chibcha tribe which is part of the Muisca indians. Muisca means "The People". I'd love to collaborate with anyone else who knows anything about our lost culture and family.


DNA Tested
Kat Venegas Jacobus's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Kat or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA. It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Kat:
  • Kat (Venegas) Venegas Jacobus: 23andMe, GEDmatch NS5341556

Have you taken a DNA test for genealogy? If so, login to add it. If not, see our friends at MyHeritage DNA.



Questions

Collaboration
  • Login to request to the join the Trusted List so that you can edit.
  • Private Messages: Send a private message to Kat. (Best for comments to Kat that need to be private.)
  • Public Comments: Login to post. (Best for messages to or about Kat that can be public. Limit 20 per day.)

On 27 Mar 2018 at 19:59 GMT Karen (Lowe) Tobo wrote:

Kat, do you happen to speak any other languages? Would you check out our languages template and add it to your biography? For example you might add

{{ Languages | en | ro-2 | he-1 }}

to the top of your biography if you speak English natively, intermediate Rumanian and basic Hebrew, or you could use de-4 to specify near-native German or ru-2 for intermediate Russian, and so forth up to ten languages.

It really helps to know who speaks all the different languages used on WikiTree! If there is a language you speak that is missing from our categories, I would be happy to add it. If you only speak English, you're very welcome to use this text to make that clear:

{{ Languages | en }}

Thanks,

Karen

On 22 Mar 2018 at 20:00 GMT Roberta (Hilse) Burnett wrote:

Kat, It seems that your original peoples could be researched by an anthropologist, and have they been?

AND Your notes called Contributions should also contain your Library of Jewish Research Collections, with a note about them.

On 11 Feb 2018 at 15:42 GMT Helmut Jungschaffer wrote:

"Do you have any special resources for Schwetz, Gross Leistnau, or Gross Ottlau?"

Sorry for the late reply, I am still working full-time and lately we have been extremely busy, and now I'm going to be gone for a few days with limited computer access. When I get back I'll see what I can come up with.

Best wishes,

Helmut

On 29 Jan 2018 at 21:48 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:

Hi Kat,

I noticed that you used the Challenge Tracker to track a change during last weekend's Saturday Sourcing Sprint. Please consider officially joining us for the Saturday Sourcing Sprints. You can find information, including how to join, on the Sprints Help page.

No pressure, every profile with a source makes our WikiTree better. Your work will continue to be included in Tracking Sheet's Unregistered total at the bottom of the help page if you do not register.

Your work is appreciated. Thanks for sourcing!

Debi - Sprint Coordinator

PS If the link does not work, you can find a working one in the public comment I left on your profile

On 24 Jan 2018 at 19:19 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Hi Kat--

I am stopping by to thank you for self-certifying for the Pre-1700 badge! Participation in a Pre-1700 Project is strongly encouraged for those wishing to edit Pre-1700 profiles. Collaboration is essential because pre-1700 ancestors are shared by many descendants.

I see you have joined Latin America and First Peoples projects. You are on your way.

If you have questions, Just ask on my page.

Mary - Pre-1700's Greeter

On 23 Jan 2018 at 18:43 GMT Joel Layman wrote:

Also, have you asked to be part of the Jewish Roots group on here?

On 23 Jan 2018 at 18:42 GMT Joel Layman wrote:

If you are on Facebook, there is a group called "Tracing the Tribe" for Jewish surnames and such-I'm in that group-it may say "closed" but if you send them a request, they would probably add you like they did me-anyway, that might be able to help you out in a way or two.

On 23 Jan 2018 at 18:24 GMT Kat (Venegas) Venegas Jacobus wrote:

Would you be interested in joining the new Jacobus One Name Study?

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Jacobus_Name_Study.

On 21 Jan 2018 at 18:28 GMT Dave Cushing wrote:

Helo,

Yes, I'm very interested in surname Jacobs as a whole in all its variations. My Dutch forebears had a Latin name, a formal Dutch name, a formal German name, a name in the local "Plattdeutsch" Dutch-German dialect and finally an English version of their name when they emigrated to the US.

On 3 Jan 2018 at 09:13 GMT Thomas Rolle wrote:

You asked "did this person move to colombia? or were they jewish?" Karl Johann Heinrich Jakob.

No the family lifed over centuries in Bötzingen South Germany

more comments


V  >  Venegas  |  V  >  Venegas Jacobus  >  Kat (Venegas) Venegas Jacobus