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Randi Rountree Mathieu
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  • Port Huron, MI
  • United States
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Galicia region forum
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Amy Abbey Jul 12, 2009.

Weird Findings
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Deason Hunt Jul 12, 2009.

 

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James P. LaLone commented on Randi Rountree Mathieu's group Michigan Research Group
"Of possible interest - Did you know that the tallest Union soldier could very well have looked down at the top of President Lincolns’ head? How about that the Drummer Boy of Shiloh was never at that battle, but he was the last Civil War…"
May 19
James P. LaLone commented on Randi Rountree Mathieu's group Michigan Research Group
"Next Mid-Michigan Genealogical Society meeting 24 May, 6:30pm, business, announcements; 7:00 Genealogical Trivia (game – test your knowledge) presented by Ken Howe; Short introduction to the resources at the FHC for searching your…"
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James P. LaLone commented on Randi Rountree Mathieu's group Michigan Research Group
"Last year Jim LaLone started a support group for WikiTree (https://www.wikitree.com/) in the greater Lansing, MI area and we would usually have about 4 or 5 people show up. Stopped for winter season and we would like to start up again. Have lost a…"
Feb 8
James P. LaLone commented on Randi Rountree Mathieu's group Michigan Research Group
"A reminder - The February 22 meeting of Mid-Michigan Genealogical Society Program: “Introduction to the Family History Center” Presenter: Don Hinkle, director of the Family History Center. NOTE: new meeting place at Mormon Stake, 431…"
Feb 8
James P. LaLone commented on Randi Rountree Mathieu's group Michigan Research Group
"The Capital Area District Libraries will be hosting a Family History Open House from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday, March 11th to celebrate National Genealogy Day. This year will include presentations by Bethany Waterbury & Daniel Earl and will also…"
Jan 11
James P. LaLone commented on Randi Rountree Mathieu's group Michigan Research Group
"Michigan Rails 2016   Please join us for a full day of Michigan railroading sessions   October 8th at the Library of Michigan, 9:00 – 4:30   Topics to be covered include: passenger trains, research sources, Upper Peninsula…"
Sep 29, 2016
James P. LaLone commented on Randi Rountree Mathieu's group Michigan Research Group
"WikiTree users – are you technically challenged, want to have your genealogy presented in a logical and referenced  way,  like to share and meet new relatives, and much more?  I want to form a WikiTree support group in the…"
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Feb 4, 2016
Efrain Ramirez Jr. commented on Randi Rountree Mathieu's group Michigan Research Group
"Hello all..I'm Efrain ''Frank'' Ramirez Jr. I have been doing Genealogy since 2007 researching my family history of the Sheldons. My mother was Joyce Dempster Sheldon and her father was George Arthur Sheldon son of Walter…"
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The name Rountree came from Rowan Tree which in today's terms is a Mountain Ash tree as in the group photo.
Apr 13, 2015

Profile Information

What surnames are you interested in researching?
Rountree, Lee, Gomillion, Mathieu, Marco, King
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
USA, Quebec, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Russia
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Couldn't stand the thought that all my families stories were gone when my grandmother passed.

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Randi Rountree Mathieu's Blog

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I guess I just needed to post my vent in order to find my missing Mathieu. He was born July 4 1807 to the parents I suspected him with. I am just so happy ya'll don't know!

Posted on July 25, 2009 at 6:27pm — 2 Comments

Searching and not finding

I have looked through all the Drouins for St Ours for the 1810 time frame and have not come across any Michel Mathieu. I did find a Michel Mathieu born in 1810 in Yamaska which is 30 miles from St Ours and one born in 1805 in St Ours. I am hoping to obtain a copy of his death certificate soon so that I can see it for myself to verify dates and who gave the information.

Posted on July 25, 2009 at 4:25pm

My first blog

I have never blogged before but have been a stalker on many sites. I am hoping to use this blog as an accountability tool for my own research. My goals for this summer are to find proof one way or the other that my husband's Mathieu ancestor Michel Mathieu, who came to the US from Canada in the 1860s is descended from Joseph Mathieu and Marie Papillon. I have heard that his parents are listed on his death certificate, but would like to find other more direct sources.

Posted on July 9, 2009 at 6:50pm — 2 Comments

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At 2:05am on February 09, 2011, Andrzej Olejarz gave Randi Rountree Mathieu a gift
At 2:06pm on July 28, 2009, Jenn Layne said…
Hi there, my name is Jenn and I’m from a group called the Closet Skeleton Genealogical Society. We’re wondering if we might have a link in trees, I saw your name come up on the Canadian group and I couldn’t help but ask. We have a Bentley Rountree Tillery, born about 1876 in Hickory County, Missouri to parents Mary Ann Lenox and Andrew Jackson Tillery. We’re assuming both Bentley and Rountree are family names but so far we’re lacking any further connection. If any of this sound familiar we’d love to hear back from you!
At 11:07am on July 22, 2009, Andrzej Olejarz said…
Hello Randi !
Surname Washenko, in polish transcription: Waszenko (read: "Vah-shen-ko"), is typical Bielarussian surname. Andrew spoke only Russian. It's normal in Bielarussian country. -- Polish formerly eastern-country "Kresy" ?. Andrzej and Anna it's are very polish names. Do You can ?. Hm... Interesed !. I aid to You with Your tracing of Your family tree in Poland and in Bielarus. I have in my Silesian Genealogical Association in Wroclaw (and in whole Poland) many friends-genealogist's specialized in Bielarussian researching of persons and surnames from formerly Polish "Kresy's". Best regards from Poland !
Andy
At 5:02pm on July 21, 2009, Andrzej Olejarz said…
Hi Randy !
You interesed to Galicia ? - Exactly, I'm polish genealogist, member of Silesian Genealogical Association in Wroclaw, Poland. My ancestry tree of Olejarz's kin are very Galician - from 1477-1478 year (XV century), from Pruchnik village, near city Jaroslaw in "Podkarpacie" (Lower Carpathia), in southwest Poland. Also in Michigan lived my Olejarz's relatives. I research to contakt with their families. I'm genealogist of my Olejarz's kin in whole World.
Sorry my "english". Best regards from Poland !. I helped to You.
Andy
 
 
 

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