Tracey Wild

Tracey Wild

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Tracey Wild
Born 1960s.
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Daughter of and [private mother (1930s - unknown)]
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Account confirmed 14 May 2019 | Tracey's 49 contributions | 2 thank-yous received
Profile last modified | Created 14 May 2019 | Last significant change: 15 May 2019
13:47: Tracey Wild edited the Father Status Indicator, Mother Status Indicator, Data Status (Father) and Data Status (Mother) for Tracey Wild. [Thank Tracey for this]
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Biography

Born in Grahamstown and moved to East London in the mid-1960s. Attended Clarendon Prep and Primary Schools before moving to Cambridge High School where she matriculated in 1980. She has held a variety of posts ranging from Student Radiographer at Frere Hospital, Paramedic, Clerical assistant at the Grahamstown Regional Library and Data Capture Typist at the Dictionary Unit for South African English at Rhodes University and has spent the last 20 odd years working for herself as a computer technician in Jeffreys Bay.

She was an active member of the Girl Guide movement for many years starting as a Brownie in the 1st Beaconhurst Pack and finishing up as Guider of the 4th Grahamstown Company in the late 1980s. As an active member of the St John Ambulance Brigade she founded the Grahamstown Cadet Company and was promoted to Serving Sister in the Order in the early 1990s at a ceremony in Port Elizabeth.


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Tracey is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
1820_SETTLERS
Interested in contributing to the 1820 Settler information.
FELLOWS
My mother is a Fellows.
WILD
My father is descended from Abraham Wild of Stanley's Party who travelled on the John


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On 15 May 2019 at 11:17 GMT Ronel (van Heerden) Olivier wrote:

Tracey We are so Happy to have you join the SA Roots project. A warm welcome also to the 1820 settlers, so looking forward to work with you on this important part of our diverse history

On 15 May 2019 at 07:21 GMT Sharon Caldwell wrote:

Hi again Tracey - some guidelines for entering data:

1) We don't use Mr, Mrs, Miss etc. - Normally in the South African Roots project that is left blank. 2) In the South African Roots we put all the given names in the First name field and do not use the middle name field. This applies to everyone born in South Africa. For the original settlers we use the England Project rules with only one first name in the first name field and the middle names in the middle name field. It can be confusing at first but you will get used to it. It's really great to see you making such good progress on your tree.

On 15 May 2019 at 07:15 GMT Sharon Caldwell wrote:

I have looked again at Abraham Wild's profile. It looks like only his children and grandchildren have been added so there is a bit of work to do. One thing I have found very useful is to print a descendants list. You will find the link for this if you click on the profile ID number and get a drop down menu. The descendants list is there. That will help you keep track of which line you are working on and avoid creating duplicates. Explore the different features a bit. I am still finding stuff.

On 15 May 2019 at 07:06 GMT Sharon Caldwell wrote:

Hi Tracey - I have found out about the project managing Abraham Wild. That profile was abandoned and so the project took over. I am going to try to make you the manager.

On 15 May 2019 at 07:06 GMT Sharon Caldwell wrote:

Hi Tracey - I have found out about the project managing Abraham Wild. That profile was abandoned and so the project took over. I am going to try to make you the manager.

On 15 May 2019 at 07:06 GMT Sharon Caldwell wrote:

Hi Tracey - I have found out about the project managing Abraham Wild. That profile was abandoned and so the project took over. I am going to try to make you the manager.

On 14 May 2019 at 21:05 GMT Ronel (van Heerden) Olivier wrote:

Hi Tracey

Welcome to WikiTree Hope you will have lots of fun building your family tree.

You are most welcome to join the 1820 Settler Project, and we are looking forward to have you as member. Here is the link to the project page for your convenience.

1820 Settlers

(Just leave a message in the comment box and I will give you a badge asap)

and here are the SA Roots project page with lots of information on how to wiki and where to find sources.

SA Roots the umbrella project for all the South African projects.

We are all here to help so do ask should you need any >

Warm regards Ronel

On 14 May 2019 at 18:53 GMT Sharon Caldwell wrote:

OK so it looks like your ancestor's profile is being managed by the South African Roots project but some of the descendants are orphans. I need to find out why an unfinished profile established 7 years ago is managed (or not as the case may be) by a project. In the interim I suggest you check and try to complete the direct line between you and Abraham Wild. Add info and try to get as many actual sources as possible. When you have posted a few let me know and I will help with inline referencing etc.

On 14 May 2019 at 07:34 GMT Gilly Wood wrote:

Thank you for volunteering. You are now a full member of WikiTree.

Start with the New Member How-To Pages - they are really useful as you add profiles and learn your way around: 

Let me know if you require assistance. I am happy to help. After adding my own family and ancestors I have found many cousins and distant ancestors here on WikiTree.

Gilly~ WikiTree Greeter

On 14 May 2019 at 07:12 GMT Gilly Wood wrote:

Welcome!

This is just a note to say hello and to let you know that I'm available to answer questions about joining WikiTree.

To contact me, click the link to my name above, then send a private message or post a comment on my profile page.

Gilly ~ WikiTree Greeter

P.S. If links do not work in an email from WikiTree, try them from the comment section on your profile page



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