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Debbie Winchell (Loving Dove)
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
I've been researching for 15 years, so I have a lot. My major families of concern right now are Gatton (OH); Baker, Hottel and Longanecker in VA; Clements, Oliver, and Houchins in VA; Wells in MD; Berryman, Buckalew, Clawson, Stockton in NJ, Cooper in IN.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Eastern American seaboard, Cornwall, Channel Islands
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
I'm not an expert, but I have experience researching Northeastern Algonkin Indian people.
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
To surmount my estrangement from my late father
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://historysfaces.blogspot.com

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At 4:44pm on October 17, 2009, R Baker said…
Not sure what it is all about yet but will do some navigating later to see. Thanks for the invite.
At 8:53am on October 10, 2009, Michele Ann Nimerick said…
Are you in contact with Sally Skeeters? I saw her picture of the 1902 Skeeters reunion. I have pictures of my g grandfather that looks so much like those mustachioed gentlemen.
At 8:51am on October 10, 2009, Michele Ann Nimerick said…
The 1855 Illinois census is in the same format as earlier US ones. It only lists David Skeeters (60-70), a female (60-70) and a young female (10-20), presumably a grandchild or other family or perhaps a servant. James Skeeters along with sons Willis and Greenberry remained in Iroquois County until their deaths. I have also found a Land Patent for David Skeeters in Iroquois County. One was cancelled in 1854; the other (76 acres) was issued April 3, 1861. I was really intrigued when I first read your info. My mother's name is Catherine (Skeeters) Turner!!
At 3:05pm on October 6, 2009, Michele Ann Nimerick said…
I have a line of Skeeters and have read your comments on David Skeeters and Catherine Turner. My Skeeters were in Kentucky, Parke County IN and then Iroquois County Illinois. In the 1855 Illinois census there is a David Skeeters who could fit the age of your David, i.e 60-70 years. My other Skeeters, all in close proximity, are James (also 60-70 who is my ggg grandfather), his sons D.P., Joseph, and Willis (my great, great grandfather). Do you information linking this to your research?

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Internet Genealogy Survey

A woman at New Mexico State University conducting a doctoral dissertation study on how cultural identity and family history research relate to each other. She would welcome more participants for her Internet survey. The link is www.mygenealogystudy.com.

Posted on January 25, 2010 at 9:17pm

Research Paper Published

I am pleased to announce that my peer-reviewed research paper on my ancestor John Van Gelder has been published in New York State Museum Bulletin 511, Mohican Seminar 3, The Journey, An Algonquian Peoples Seminar, edited by Shirley W. Dunn. My paper, "The Impact of John Van Gelder: Mohican, Husbandman, and Historic Figure," is Chapter 10. It is a result of several years' research prompted by the biased and undocumented history that I found. This is my first published… Continue

Posted on November 21, 2009 at 11:00pm

Cluster Genealogy in Shenandoah Co., VA

Since I haven't been able to find Esther Longenacker in Shenandoah County records yet, I decided to start with cluster genealogy. The bondsman for her marriage to Adam G. Baker was Adam Poke. It took a while to find out that his last name has also been recorded as Polk, Fuchs and Fox. Last night I found out that he attended the Old Pine Church in the county that was Lutheran and German Reformed. From reading entries in Rootsweb it looks like he came from either Berks or Philadelphia County,… Continue

Posted on November 21, 2009 at 12:28pm

 
 
 

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