Judith (Weeks) a

Judith (Weeks) a

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Judith A. a formerly Weeks
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My husband and I have several family members who were Patriots.

He and our sons were at one time SAR members under General William Russell Russell-1769 and his son Robert Spotswood Russell Russell-1738. In addition they are descendants of John Garth Garth-17 [waiting for a merge with Garth-133]

Thomas Allen Allen-2653

My ancestry included Swift Woodworth Woodworth-762

We both have several other families, however, I am entering data by hand when I have time as I want to avoid the i

Immigration into Maryland during the colonial period, migration through Virginia, Kentucky and into Missouri.

This family began as stone masons, became brick masons, carpenters and farmers.

I am following the Cornell name as it relates to New Jersey and New York colonial America, Canadian Loyalists. By the 1860's the family returned to the United States and settled in Michigan.
I am following any version of the Drake name as it relates to colonial America through the late 1800's in the Michigan. Thanks to WikiTree I have learned from a male cousin that our Drake family is English rather than the Dutch family. This is a breakthrough that allows me to concentrate on one group rather than two. Thank-YOU, Douglas!
Interested in the ancestors and descendants of John Garth through his son Jefferson Garth of Kentucky and Boone County, Missouri.
New York and Michigan, United States
I am following the Jenkins name from colonial America on Nantucket Island through the late 1800's in the United States.
Weeks family of Cayuga and Livingston Counties New York.

Weeks-1709 Robert Weeks and family.

Jenkins family of Nantucket Island and Hudson, Columbia County, New York.

Jenkins-8355 Abishai C. Jenkins - and related families

Swain-1028 Coffin-1967 Bunker-175 Severance-3 Kimball-184

Finch-2718 Folger-42 Church-1451 Severance-38 Church-326 Northup-3

Swain-1029 Swett-1 Hussey-27

Descendants of Brevet. Gen. William Russell of the Revolutionary War. This fascinating individual and his family have a most interesting story that closely follows the development of the United States and her freedoms.
I am following the Schuyler family and descendants from colonial America through the 1800's in New York, United States.
William Searight who was born 1820 in Pennsylvania married Sarah Dana Hooper on 2 September 1841 in Wayne County, Ohio. Seeking parents of both. William migrated to Michigan in the mid-1800's where he established a home and family.
Researching a myriad of southern names. Abbott, Allen, Ancell, Askew, Bates, Berry, Blanchflower, Brice, Crews, DeWilton, Douglas, Dunn, Elam, Embry, Estes, Farris, Fox, Gallop, Garrard, Garth, Griffin, Haines, Harrison, Henley, Lewallen, Markham, Marshall, McClanahan, Monteith, Montgomery, Mount, Robinson, Russell, Sherwood, Smith, Turner, Walker, Webb and many other names as very early immigrants into Virginia and South Carolina. The descendants migrated through Tennessee, Kentucky, and into
I am following the Swift name as it relates to colonial America.
Interested in the ancestors and descendants of Philip Walker and wife Jennet ? of Davidson County, Tennessee, Kentucky and Missouri.
I am following the Weeks (and variations) surname from colonial America through the present in the United States. DNA indicates a relationship to Francis Weeks lineage. I am needing documentation to Francis through Robert Wicks/Weeks who was born in New Jersey or New York about 1771.
I am following the Wicks (and variations) surname from colonial America through the present in the United States.
I am following the Woodworth name in the colonial United States as it relates to colonial ancestors. This family migrated from Connecticut through New York and then to Michigan in the United States.
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On 11 Jul 2019 at 16:57 GMT Jen (Weeks) Curry wrote:

Hi Judith, in regards to Morgan Weeks, I’ve put in all I know this far as I’m still researching. Robert L. Weeks is his brother and my great grandfather, but the information I have for him doesn’t match my DNA, so I’ve been hunting for a year now. Any Currys you have wouldn’t be relevant as Curry is my married name. I hesitantly began inputting information yesterday, as I had time, in hopes that my Grace Johnson and Robert Weeks mysteries may begin to unravel.

On 28 Jun 2019 at 01:03 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Hi Judith

It has been a couple of weeks since we contacted you about your participation in the Southern Colonies Project. As we haven't heard from you, we are following up to make sure you wish to remain a member.

We understand that interests shift as we grow our shared tree and that some members may have moved on to projects more pertinent to their ancestors. If this is the case for you, please let us know.

If we do not hear back from you within the week, we will assume you have moved on to other things for the moment and remove you from the project. Please know that you will always be welcome to rejoin should your interests shift back in this direction.

Thank you so much for your participation; we genuinely appreciate it.

Mary~ Volunteer Coordinator

On 15 Jun 2019 at 23:03 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

On behalf of the US Southern Colonies Project Leaders I am doing a six-month check-in with members to see if you were Active in US Southern Colonies

1) Were you active in the recent months in Southern Colonies?

2) Have you joined other Southern Colonies Subprojects, such as Southern Pioneers Project. Or have you worked on other subprojects?

3) Your activity in Southern Pioneers Project.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Mary ~ Volunteer Coordinator

On 7 May 2017 at 22:00 GMT Kitty (Cooper) Smith wrote:

You might want to set your Privacy to Private with Public Family Tree. The WikiTree programming needs to see your Family Tree tab to make DNA and other cousin connections for you. Please take a look at my profile http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Cooper-1 where I use Private with Public Biography AND Family Tree to see a list of some of my WikiTree cousin connections and my list of U.S. Presidential cousins. 

On 7 May 2017 at 21:59 GMT Kitty (Cooper) Smith wrote:

Welcome to the 1776 Project (http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:1776), a subproject of the Military and War Project: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Projects#Military_and_War_Project

There are category links to add to your ancestor's profiles and research links to learn more about your family. The Project is a good way to consolidate the WikiTree ancestors with historic connections to the years of 1773 (Boston Tea Party) to 1789 (ratification of the U.S. Constitution.) All patriot, loyalist, Hessians, French, Native Americans or any other profiles with a connection to these years should be linked to an appropriate category in the Project.

If you haven’t already, please set your preferences for your Tags Followed to include 1776 Project and any other tag terms that you wish to follow: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Special:Following

Some categories have a template (SAR) to add at the top of a biography. If not, add a category link by putting the category name such as
Judith (Weeks) a participated in the American Revolution
for those who bore arms in the Revolution and
Judith (Weeks) a served during the American Revolution
Service started:
Service ended:

for those who contributed patriotic or civil service. Thank you.

On 10 Mar 2017 at 03:42 GMT Richard Schuerger wrote:

Thanks also for the note on the Finches. I only just found out that I have that name in my tree so any info on them is new to me. Cheers. Rich

On 10 Mar 2017 at 03:30 GMT Richard Schuerger wrote:

Thanks for the note on Abishai Jenkins profile. For some reason the comment got repeated 6 times so, 6x thank you. - Rich

On 18 Feb 2017 at 00:41 GMT Tresia (Bond) Jeffries wrote:

Hi Judith, I have been DNA linked to Samuel E Russell (1826-1905) and wife Marilda Winton (1830-1910). It is through him I have the Thomas E Russell in question. Do either one of those names ring a bell?

On 16 Oct 2016 at 12:55 GMT Judith (Weeks) a wrote:

I have yet to find an online site for the following except for the site on American Ancestors. However they quote the following article as pertaining to the Weeks family by Clarence Almon Torrey. I do not belong to the site but here is a reference. The American Genealogist vol. 14 (1937):239-240. Notes on the Early Weeks Families of Oyster Bay, New York, by Clarence Almon Torrey. AmericanAncestors.org LINK

I will continue to look. I realize that the DNA would be the same. It is just a matter of determining the appropriate marriage.

On 9 Oct 2016 at 21:28 GMT Cynthia (Billups) B wrote:

Hi Judith,

Thank you for your question. I was unable to find the original article (?) written by Torrey (?) citing the will of Henry Reddock.

Your question die prompt me to investigate, and my findings have been added to Samuel Weekes's and Joseph Weekes's profiles. Please let me know, if you have other questions or concerns. Thanks! My best, C

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