Categories: United States Navy | USS Fulton (AS-11), United States Navy | Howard W. Gilmore (AS-16), United States Navy | WikiTree Arborists | Mentors | War of 1812 Founding Project Member | Pages and Profiles Using a Retired Template | Military and War Project Member.
Due to a number of relatives that do not wish our ancestor's profiles to have graffiti of some "Flash-in-the-pan" such as foul mouth Kevin Bacon at the foot of the profiles and Military and War/ Roll of Honor RECOGNITION BOXES have become minuscule postage stamps, some of the profiles managed must be of "red privacy".
Feasibility Cotyledon (Ζ, χ, ς, υ, K, Ζ1, Ζε, ρ, μ, θ)
Should anyone find material on one of the profiles managed that could possibly be construed as a violation of part of the Honor Code, please notify immediately!
After years of traveling through about 40 U.S. states and nearly 30 different countries, it is apparent how small the world is and how all of us are related if you go back far enough. Hopefully, adding and providing research for my branch of the shared family tree and welcoming cousins/ relatives will help. Much of the material posted is from first-hand knowledge, a professional family book, and various other references. Any suggestions on citations are appreciated as is any feedback from cousins. As we cruise through life, Learn, Live, Laugh and Love!
Six years in the Navy achieving the rank of 2nd Class Petty Officer. Worked as a Patternmaker, with a need-to-know clearance and directed approximately 100 shipmates in Carpentry, Rubber & Plastics, Foundry, Machine Shop, and various specialties to repair submarines.
Studied Systems Engineering for five years and passed on completing the degree due to a job offer as a Comptroller. Received MOUS certification from CompUSA. Received a BSBM with Honors. Participated and conducted multiple forums of management and computer optimization.
House Construction; Patternmaking; Comptroller; Database Management; Fabrication Shift Manager; Tool Maker; Commercial Construction Superintendent; Commercial Building Materials Representative; Administrative Analyst; Consultant in Building Materials, Marketing Strategies and Computer Optimization.
Growing food, playing cards, throwing horse-shoes, genealogy, traveling.
|** Living WikiTree Newly-Found Cousins ***|
|Jim Berry||5th Cousin|
|Paula J.||16th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Bob Fields||8th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Annette Bailey||4th Cousin|
|Kitty Smith||12th Cousin 3 x Removed|
|Chris Whitten||11th Cousin|
|David Lundy||7th Cousin|
|Cynthia Barnes||9th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Eric Clark||10th Cousin|
|Vic Watt||8th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Denise Knapp||16th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Becky Syphers||11th Cousin|
|Nae X||11th Cousin|
|Fred Remus||17th Cousin|
|David Hughey||9th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Richard Belcher||4th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|D.J. Clark||6th Cousin|
|Mary Richardson||7th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Tami Osmer||16th Cousin|
|Roger Travis Jr.||15th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|John Schmeeckle||8th Cousin|
|Theodore Palmer||14th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Keith Baker||8th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Renee Malloy||14th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Judy Wardlow||16th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Eli Mckinney||8th Cousin|
|Katherine Alvis||10th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Terry Wright||15th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Gail Cox||11th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Lindsay Coleman||8th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Grady Lucas||10th Cousin|
|Al Adams||12th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|William Arbuthnot||9th Cousin 3 x Removed|
|Robert Keniston||18th Cousin|
|Mindy Pitts||10th Cousin|
|Philip Smith||19th Cousin|
|Ann M. Johnson||14th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Gary Bunker||7th Cousin 3 x Removed|
|Robin Kabrich||15th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Vincent Piazza||15th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Sally Stovall||10th Cousin|
|April Dauenhauer||15th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Laurence Houlgate||9th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Mary Dunnam||15th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Beth Blankenship||10th Cousin|
|Cynthia Billups||12th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Alison Andrus||12th Cousin|
|Bob Jewett||9th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Carole Partridge||15th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|John McKinney||8th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Allan Thomas||10th Cousin|
|Scott Ledbetter||10th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Eddie Pike||14th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Gerald Smith||12th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|William T. Pool Jr||6th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Henry D. Chadwick||10th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Doug Lockwood||12th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Donna Stone||9th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|William Lindsay||11th Cousin|
|Chet Snow||9th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Laura Scott||11th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Robert Patterson||8th Cousin|
|Greg Hays||10th Cousin|
|Johnny Blackmon||9th Cousin|
|Robert Stiles||6th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Keith McDonald||5th Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Carole Anne Brown||7th Cousin|
|Summer Orman||13th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Susan Wilson||6th Cousin 1 x Removed|
|Tammy Brown||3rd Cousin 1 x Removed|
|David Tarter||3rd Cousin 2 x Removed|
|Cousins||Exact||1 x Removed||2 x Removed||3 x Removed||4 x Removed||5 x Removed|
|Several||Many||Some||Few||Less||Even Less||Very Few|
I keep orphaning profiles and my watchlist keeps growing?
Should it become necessary, all of the profiles managed should be offered to any "Trusted List" member found on any of them.
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On 29 Nov 2017 at 07:08 GMT Gillian Thomas wrote:
I’m the new Project Coordinator for the England Project. I am contacting you, as there have been some recent changes to the project which we are keen to bring to your attention. Please look at the England Project page for more information on the changes and the ways members are able to actively contribute moving forward. Once you have considered how you would like to participate, please contact either myself or Susie to let us know. We can then list your involvement, help you join the Google group forum for England, and give you any other help you may need to get going. If we don’t hear back from you we’ll assume you do not wish to be a part of the England Project for the time being. We really hope you will join the team! Gillian
On 29 Nov 2017 at 02:59 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:
Thanks for asking about Daniel's Hoag family. According to paid research done in the 1990s for his sister, the Hogg family originated in Scotland, emigrated to Canada pre-1860 and then to New York pre-1892. The name changed from Hogg to Hoag sometime during the New York period. I've recently sent for LivingDNA kits which include YDNA as he is a direct male descendant of the line. If it does turn out to be Hoag, I'll be in touch.
On 25 Nov 2017 at 03:55 GMT Joyce (Moore) Hodges wrote:
On 13 Nov 2017 at 17:28 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:
I would love to clean up this line (it needs it, lots of horrible looking profiles) but won't be much help with sourcing pre-19th century Americans, I'm afraid.
On 13 Nov 2017 at 14:57 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:
Just noticed you posted a message on Chastain-170 a couple of years ago and was curious, do you have something on the family? I am trying to clear up at least the French part of this line (records are unfortunately not online yet, but the Cercle Généalogique du Bas-Berry has been indexing the records and turned up a bit of info on the family). There is a also a lot of what looks like garbage in the collaterals. Reliable info and sources would be most welcome.
On 6 Nov 2017 at 16:36 GMT Gail Sasser wrote:
On 28 Oct 2017 at 12:35 GMT Janet (Langridge) Wild wrote:
Best Wishes Janet
Wikitree Appreciation Team
On 24 Oct 2017 at 00:39 GMT Emma (McBeth) MacBeath M.Ed MSM wrote:
A slightly late note to say: thank you for being a valuable member of Team Roses during the 2017 Source-A-Thon with 481 contributions (not to mention the valuable information you passed on to us).
Our team spirit was out of this world and you helped make that happen. I'm so glad you chose to join us! I was proud to be a part of such an amazing group.
On 18 Oct 2017 at 20:16 GMT S. Ford wrote:
On 7 Oct 2017 at 13:00 GMT Paula J wrote: