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Wells4.ged Imported Successfully

The pages from your GEDCOM, "Wells4.ged" have been generated successfully. You may view them by launching the Family Tree Explorer and opening the family tree into which this GEDCOM was imported.

-WeRelate agent 01:30, 8 April 2007 (MDT)

BillingsDiller.ged is being held for review

The pages from "BillingsDiller.ged" have not yet been generated because they appear to match pages from a GEDCOM you have previously imported to WeRelate. Please be patient while we take a look at your GEDCOM. If it turns out that the people in BillingsDiller.ged don't really overlap people you have imported previously, your pages will be generated right after the review, which should happen tomorrow (or Monday if tomorrow falls on a weekend).

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  1. If the two GEDCOMs don't overlap that much,

leave a message for User Talk:Npowell. We'll go ahead with the import, after which you'll want to merge the overlapping people by hand.

-WeRelate agent 13:01, 8 April 2007 (MDT)

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stephenson.ged is being held for review

The pages from "stephenson.ged" have not yet been generated because they appear to match pages from a GEDCOM you have previously imported to WeRelate. Please be patient while we take a look at your GEDCOM. If it turns out that the people in stephenson.ged don't really overlap people you have imported previously, your pages will be generated right after the review, which should happen tomorrow (or Monday if tomorrow falls on a weekend).

If you have already imported a GEDCOM containing people in stephenson.ged, you have two options:

  1. Open the tree containing the information from the previous GEDCOM using Family Tree Explorer and delete the tree, then create a new tree and re-import this GEDCOM, or
  2. If the two GEDCOMs don't overlap that much, leave a message for User Talk:Npowell. We'll go ahead with the import, after which you'll want to merge the overlapping people by hand.
-WeRelate agent 08:05, 9 April 2007 (MDT)

stephenson.ged Imported Successfully

The pages from your GEDCOM, "stephenson.ged" have been generated successfully. You may view them by launching the Family Tree Explorer and opening the family tree into which this GEDCOM was imported.

-WeRelate agent 08:52, 9 April 2007 (MDT)

BillingsDiller.ged Imported Successfully

The pages from your GEDCOM, "BillingsDiller.ged" have been generated successfully. You may view them by launching the Family Tree Explorer and opening the family tree into which this GEDCOM was imported.

-WeRelate agent 09:16, 9 April 2007 (MDT)

Dimmock Morley [16 February 2008]

Ihave found four children Ruth b:29 Dec 1776 Russell b:8 Sep 1779 d:18 Nov 1782 Abner b:11 Jul 1781 Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut m:30 Aug 1803 Massachusetts to Amanda Jerusha Allen d:aft 1845 Symrna, Chenango, New York Mary b:28 May 1783--Dlmorley 19:13, 15 February 2008 (EST)


Tuthill [10 April 2008]

I am related to Tuthill that you have from Southold to Allegheny Co, PA.....--Oxford6 22:13, 9 April 2008 (EDT)


Your Hezekiah Doane [20 August 2008]

Your Hezekiah Doane married to Hannah Snow is Hezekiah Doane, Sr., son of Ephraim Doane, son of Deacon John Doane. There is information on them in WeRelate pages, as well as all over the web (just do an Internet-wide search). (example: http://daynesfamilytree.netfirms.com/johndoanefamilytree.htm) Look up the Doane Family Association (DFA) online, and join their list. They have all the documentation as well. (http://www.doanefamilyassociation.org/ and http://www.doane.edu/About_Doane/Info/Doane_Family/) Information on Hannah Snow is also plentiful. Some listings show these people with surname spelled Doan or Done.--Dougcouch 00:41, 20 August 2008 (EDT)


John Kieffer and Catherine Buss [16 November 2008]

According to your information, Catherine was born 1789 and one of her sons was christened 1801 in Northampton, Pennsylvania.
I calculate she would have been twelve when her son was christened.
Any idea which datum is suspect?--JiimyK 23:41, 15 November 2008 (EST)


Robert Parke & Martha Chaplin (1) & (5) [31 December 2008]

Hello Cousin,

Happy New Year 2009!! Hope you had a good 2008.

It seems we are both related to this couple. Would you like to merge (1) and (5) together?

If so please do.

Thanks Debbie Freeman--DFree 13:57, 31 December 2008 (EST)


Samuel Allen and Sarah Partridge [14 April 2009]

Your Sarah Partridge seems to match another page on WeRelate, but the rest of the family differs somewhat. Would you check your duplicates and confer with the other user to sort this out? Thanks. --Volunteer Administrator-Beth 21:04, 14 April 2009 (EDT)


GEDCOM Export Ready [17 June 2009]

The GEDCOM for tree Billings is ready to download. Click here.


GEDCOM Export Ready [17 June 2009]

The GEDCOM for tree Stephenson is ready to download. Click here.


GEDCOM Export Ready [17 June 2009]

The GEDCOM for tree Wells is ready to download. Click here.


Serepta Vail [26 March 2011]

Hi - are you the person who posted the information for Serepta Vail and Pierce Spalding? I'm a descendant of them and fairly new to genealogy research, and this is the first information on Serepta I've been able to find. I knew her name from the Spalding History and from some handwritten family records, but that's about all I had.--Mshawlarson 13:37, 26 March 2011 (EDT)


Serepta Vail [26 March 2011]

Hi - are you the person who posted the information for Serepta Vail and Pierce Spalding? I'm a descendant of them and fairly new to genealogy research, and this is the first information on Serepta I've been able to find. I knew her name from the Spalding History and from some handwritten family records, but that's about all I had.--Mshawlarson 13:39, 26 March 2011 (EDT)


Sarah Chesterfield [27 March 2011]

Hi,

I've recently gotten interested in genealogy inheriting the tendency from my grandfather, so to speak. I've been plugging in his chart to Ancestry.com in order to see what other folks have. Scott Austin pointed me to werelate.org as a higher info quality alternative and I've been using it to check things. I've yet to work back to my grandfathers original documents which seem to have come to rest in non-digital form in the state historical archives in Pierre, SD.

There's a point that seems confused there, in my grandfather's records, and, also I think, here.

This wiki shows Sarah C's spouse as the following:

Parents: George Reynolds and Thomasyn Church John Reynolds b. ABT 1612 Ipswich, Suffolk, England d. AFT Mar 1651 Wethersfield, Stamford, Greenwich, Connecticut

But, also: John Reynolds [Parents] was born in 1590 in Ipswich,Suffolk,England. He died on 18 Jul 1641 in Wethersfield,Hartford,Ct. He married Sarah.

The [parents] isn't a link in the site but is a link in what seems to be the source of that text here: http://www.shannonsminis.com/gen/pafg56.htm#969. And that link takes you to George Reynolds and Tomasyn Church as parents.

So either Sarah married successively two brothers named John or I'm missing something or there's a snarl in this.

Do you know which it is?

Thanks much in advance for any help. This is all quite fascinating.

Al--Atabor 19:13, 27 March 2011 (EDT)


WELLS, Walter Melvin Jr. [3 August 2011]

Katsus, Don't know if you are the "Living Wells" or not, however, I am trying to locate the children and/or grandchildren of Walter Jr. Walter SR. was my grandmother's (Mary Wells) brother and I knew Walter JR and his wife Mary Lou. They were guests at my mother's 80th b'day party in 1991 (and we exchanged family history). I talked to Walter once while he at the Vet Hospital in Yountville but I never had contact info for his children. Please contact me at wellston73@gmail.com Thank you, Linda--Linda73 12:42, 3 August 2011 (EDT)