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Hello WikiTree cousins and friends!
I also chip in for the Cemeteries Project, Data Doctors, and Wikitree Challenges for 2022.
My family is primarily from the American South, as well as a bit of New York and Vermont. Roots extend back to England, Scotland, and other nearby countries, according to DNA, and some paper trails which I’m slowly working on. I’m on AncestryDNA as emartzen, check to see if we're kin there, too!
Just for fun, from Ancestry.com .... update from Summer 2022....
England & NW Europe: 36%
Sweden & Denmark: 6%
(from 2021 to 2022 update- "lost" 8% Germanic Europe and 1% Nigeria)
Community analysis by Ancestry.com:
In the course of the WikiTree challenges, I have made 3 drawings:
And next, I'd like to draw Temple Aaron in Trinidad, Colorado. Also, my grandmother has requested her former home in Beaumont, Texas.
"Advance Directive": To aid WikiTree in the administration of my account should I be incapacitated, or in the event of my death, I hereby give permission for all private profiles I'm managing to be transferred to the following WikiTreers, whether or not they are currently on the Trusted Lists: Emma MacBeath, Denise Jarrett, and any other member Emma or Denise selects.
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Elaine is 15 degrees from John Alden, 17 degrees from William Bradford, 15 degrees from William Brewster, 15 degrees from John Cooke, 17 degrees from Edward Doty, 15 degrees from John Howland, 20 degrees from Christopher Jones, 16 degrees from Henry Samson, 16 degrees from George Soule, 16 degrees from Myles Standish, 16 degrees from Elizabeth Winslow and 18 degrees from David Hamilton on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.