Cindi (Whipple) Clark

Cindi (Whipple) Clark

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Cindi L. Clark formerly Whipple
Born 1950s.
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Daughter of and [private mother (1930s - unknown)]
Sister of [private sister (1950s - unknown)] and
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Biography

Cindi (Whipple) Clark participated with The Team Tennessee Volunteers during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon.

My name is Cindi and I am an addict....I am addicted to Genealogy!!! I want to know it all, all my cousins, all my ancestors and all that I can learn about them.

I was born and raised in a small town in Southwest Michigan. Typical of most children raised in the 60's and 70's.

I loved listening to the stories that my Grandfather (Harold Hawks) told about his younger days. This is probably one of the reasons I like to know the stories behind the people in history.

The first time I remember seeing anything concerning my family's history was when my mother started a project that had to do with Michigan Centennial Families in the late 60's. I still have all of the paper research that she did for her father and sisters. They all received certificates from the state certifying that the Hawks Family had been residents of Michigan for over 100 years.

I picked up where she left off. I have been doing genealogy for over 25 years. The history behind the people fascinates me. The more that I learn, the more I want to learn. The connections that we all have with history and each other, keep me coming back for more.

I have some of my lines back to the 1600's, and some only as far back as the early 1800's, I am thankful for all of the people who have done research before me, who have made my research a bit easier, Hopefully my research can help someone else.

She is the child of Bill Whipple and Janet Hawks

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Cindi is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
BROWN
My maternal ggrandfather was Richard Earl Brown from Michigan
CAROLINA_COUSINS
Challenge Team
CHALLENGES
Source-A-Thon
CLARK
This is my husband's last name. From East Tennessee and Western North Carolina
CROSSMAN
My 3rd ggrandfather was Abner Crossman b. New Jersey.
DATA_DOCTORS
I look forward to helping with this project
DAY
This is my ggrandmother line
HAWKS
This is my mother's maiden name and the line that I have the most information on. I have a copy of "John Hawks, A Founder of Hadley, Massachusetts" by Imogene Hawks Lane and would be glad to do lookups
LIBBY
My 3rd ggrandmother is Martha Libby
NAILLON
My husband's mother was a Naillon from East Tennessee
SHULTZ
More East Tennessee relatives on my husband's maternal side
WELBURN
This is my step-father's family, I've done a lot of work on this branch
WHIPPLE
This is my maiden name. I have a brick wall at Thomas Whipple b abt 1820-1825 Cattaurgus Co., New York. Moved to Michigan between 1855-1860


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On 6 Nov 2018 at 03:05 GMT Edie (Nibling) Kohutek wrote:

Cindi,

Thanks for the date of death for Alexander-5415. Do you have a source for that? Are you related? Update: I have added you to the Trusted Lists. I have been waiting for family to show up. We are related by marriage. My great-aunt married Charles Alexander's brother.

Edie K

On 1 Oct 2018 at 21:43 GMT Loretta (Leger) Corbin wrote:

Thank you for participating in the S-a-T. The Carolina Cousins Rocked it on out. We all had fun doing something for a good cause! See you at the C-a-T in the spring.  :)

On 22 Aug 2018 at 11:29 GMT Julie (Blom) Leon wrote:

Cindi:

I am interested in contacting you. Grace Olin is my great grandmother on my mother's side. I will send a private message.

Julie

On 3 Aug 2018 at 17:50 GMT Lance Martin wrote:

Wow you are right. Who would have thought that they had the same name, age and died on the same day?

On 28 Apr 2018 at 21:04 GMT Linda Barnett wrote:

Hi you'll Thank you for your participating in the 2018 Team Tennessee Volunteers Clean-a-Thon. I hope you will join me again this fall for the 2019 Team Tennessee source-a-thon and next year for the 2019 Team Tennessee Volunteers Clean-a-Thon. I had fun doing this no matter if I did get stress with my life at home.

On 18 Apr 2018 at 03:44 GMT Linda Barnett wrote:

The way that I understand it, the spreadsheet is just to mark off what section you are working on. So it is literally just filling a cell with a color. Nothing else.

That way everyone knows what everyone is working on and we aren't working on the same error code in the same century.

For me, it makes it easier as I can choose to work on error code 402 from 1800-1899 and know that no one has touched that area yet so we aren't duplicating effort!

Hopefully that reverses some of the scariness?

On 18 Apr 2018 at 02:05 GMT Linda Barnett wrote:

Everybody I forgot to tell you that along with the spreadsheet also use this also to like we use in Data Doctor challenge use this link (DBE ErrorList TN)

Just concentrate on this and everything will fall in place the spreadsheet was taken from this link (DBE ErrorList TN) so use this link that will be very easy to do. This is where you go to get the names and profile to clean up. You will have to use this link on the Team freespace page to be able for that link to work.

On 18 Apr 2018 at 00:27 GMT Linda Barnett wrote:

Could all of you put me on your'll trusted list and in a private message I will give you my email address and I think that will solve the problems.

On 17 Apr 2018 at 23:38 GMT Linda Barnett wrote:

Every one if that is the problem and that why you want to drop of forget but I thought you'll might want a couple of stickers that said you participated in the clean-a-thon with your name, the Teams name, the year and also how many you did and how much the team did in total.

On 17 Apr 2018 at 23:32 GMT Linda Barnett wrote:

Every one if that is the problem and that why you want to drop of forget but I thought you'll might want a couple of stickers that said you participated in the clean-a-thon with your name, the Teams name, the year and also how many you did and how much the team did in total.

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