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Saras Family Tree.ged Imported Successfully [25 September 2007]
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Bumped into your Slafter pages! [3 October 2007]
Hi Angel, I'd been working on the Slater/Slafter family, and I bumped into your Slafter pages (from a GEDCOM you had uploaded, I think). I've made a lot of updates to ones that we have in common, starting from the original immigrant John Slafter. I don't know if you're familiar with the Memorial of John Slafter book, but I recently got a copy, and it's a treasure trove. It documents eight generations (up to 1869) from the original ancestor. I've transcribed a lot of the info onto pages on this website, at least for my lines, and for some of yours too. If you don't have this book, I'd be happy to look things up for you (or tell you where you can get your own copy, if you like). Just let me know! Anyway, it's fun to see this website showing its promise of my trees "growing" into other people's trees! ---TomChatt 03:09, 3 October 2007 (EDT)
Katherine Bartholomew [26 February 2008]
Something's wrong here. Her parents' surname is Thompson. And her son-in-law is William Bartholomew. Should Katherine's maiden surname be Thompson?
There's a lot of great info here. But this is probably a typo. What should Kathering's name be?
Dick Holmes--Osmond 19:17, 25 February 2008 (EST)
vanDame family [30 May 2009]
I wonder if you are the same angel71982 as on Ancestry.
I am interested in the vanDame or "van Dame" family as this family is mine and emigrated in the middle of the 19th century from europe to the US. The family was orginally called "van Damme" and settled in the states NY and OH. I've got quite a lot of 'van Dames' but many still missing.
I have a John van Dame in my tree, born march 15, 1872 Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH
children are: Paul John (or John Paul), Charles Francis, Albert Louis.
Father of john(1872) was John D. van Dame, born 1842 in the Netherlands (I have a pic of him!) Father of John D. was David van Dame(born 1808 in NL as David van Damme) - this David emigrated in 1844.
I hope this message reaches you and you can match the family.
Regards, Leo van Rijt (my mother was a "van Damme") De Kwakel (county Uithoorn) The Netherlands.--Leo 10:27, 30 May 2009 (EDT)
Please review your duplicates [15 October 2009]
I am a volunteer administrator here at WeRelate. As you know, we have a goal to merge all duplicate pages by the end of the year. There are a large number of pages in your tree that duplicate pages in others' trees. You can contribute to this effort by de-duping your own duplicates. To merge your own duplicates, log in, then select "Show Duplicates" from the "My Relate" drop-down menu. We need you (or someone interested in your tree) to review this list or we will need to remove your tree in order to expedite the review process. If you plan to review this list or have any questions, please reply by October 19th.--Dallan 15:41, 15 October 2009 (EDT)
/* Gilles Boure */ [8 June 2010]
Hello, Just noticed that you are watching the page. Are you a Bourie/Boure/Bouret descendant? My late wife and mother of my children was a Bourie.--B.holmes 19:43, 8 June 2010 (EDT)