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Sara N Martin
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  • Golden, CO
  • United States
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Sara N Martin replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Welcome, Janet. Glad you are able to research again."
Monday
Sara N Martin replied to Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Welcome, Beth! My husband's ancestors are from Nebraska, mainly in the area around Beatrice."
Apr 25
Sara N Martin replied to Mary Jane Mitchell's discussion Thank you for adding me. in the group American Records
"South Carolina, mainly around Beaufort and Charleston.  My husband did a YDNA test and he matches to a North Carolina Martin so I suspect that the Martins were first in North Carolina and then migrated south in the late 18th century."
Apr 13
Sara N Martin replied to Mary Jane Mitchell's discussion Thank you for adding me. in the group American Records
"Welcome, Mary Jane.  I took the Social Media Class a few months ago and I enjoyed it.  Good luck with your genealogy journey."
Apr 13
Sara N Martin commented on Mark Hochstetler's group Hochstetler/Hostetler/Hochstedler
"I do belong to the FB group for JHFA, thanks.  I am taking a couple of classes here at NIGS and one of my course suggestions was to join a group.  I found this one while searching."
Dec 24, 2020
Sara N Martin posted a blog post

Last Turn of the Key

I never knew my Great Grandpa Hochstetler. My mother never knew him, either. He is a shadowy figure in my mind. I’m not even sure what He looked like. He passed away on March 6th, 1926, before my mother was born.I’ve always pictured him being stern for some reason. I know he was Baptist. His family was Amish, but I’m not sure when he actually left the church. I know they had financial issues when the last child, my mom’s mother, was born. The census shows he was an engineer at a foundry. Until…See More
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin commented on Deborah Ann (Dorscher) Anderson's group Dubois Genealogy
"Hello.  I am descended from Frances Dubois who was born in Alsace-Lorraine in 1846 and died in 1924 in Illinois.  She married Henry Ohl.  She immigrated around the year 1852."
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin joined Deborah Ann (Dorscher) Anderson's group
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Dubois Genealogy

This group is created for the discussion of the Dubois Genealogy. If you are related or married into these families, this is your group.See More
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin commented on Spencer Miller's group Satterfield Family
"Hello.  I see no one has ever posted in this group.  I am descended from Archibald Satterfield born in 1794 in North Carolina and died 1870 in Russell County, Kentucky."
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin joined Spencer Miller's group
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Satterfield Family

This Group is for researching and connecting our Satterfield ancestors. Feel free to post anything that may help you or others connect to each other.
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin commented on Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's group Martin Family Genealogy
"Hello.  Doing some research on my husband's Martins.  He is descended from a Rigdon Martin from Colleton County, South Carolina.  He did a Y-DNA test and his closest match is a Martin who descends from a North Carolina…"
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin joined Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's group
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin commented on Mark Hochstetler's group Hochstetler/Hostetler/Hochstedler
"Hi, Mark.  I see this group hasn't had activity for about a decade!  My mom is a Hostetler and I am one of many descendants of Jacob Hochstetler."
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin joined Mark Hochstetler's group
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Hochstetler/Hostetler/Hochstedler

This group is dedicated to Jacob Hochstetler, the 1738 Swiss German immigrant, and his approximately one million descendants.
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin commented on Dee Ferris's group South Carolina Genealogy
"My husband's family is from South Carolina.  I have done a little bit of research on it but I need to do more.  Surnames include Martin, Brant, Ulmer, Fisk, Breland, and Cope.  The counties are mainly Colleton, Beaufort, and…"
Dec 23, 2020
Sara N Martin joined Dee Ferris's group
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South Carolina Genealogy

This group is for all those interested in South Carolina genealogy.
Dec 23, 2020

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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Johnson, Hurt, Ohl(s), Hochstetler/Hosteter, Roberts, Lewis, King, Popplewell, Satterfield, Bryant, Dubois, Ooton/Wooton, Miller, Eash, Cain, Mason, Chamberlain, Brown, Wilson, Clark, Hodge, Turpin, Steely, Wray/Ray, Neal, Lane, Minges, Donnadieu, Schneider/Schnyder, Barnes, Freeman, Tailor, Seese, Mills, Patterson, Snyder, Fletcher, Rasler/Resler, Martin, Aaron, Baker, Ames, Brant, Hobbs, Curtis, Witham, Ulmer, Fisk, Womack, Coleman, Blass, Burkhart, Gates, Hiers, Benton, Langley, Breland, Kearse, Bishop, Cope, Kinard, Jones, Cowart, Townley, Wells, Harris, Hunter, Kiggins, Hautengshu, Howe, Jollifee, and Green
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
USA, England, Germany, Switzerland, France. In the USA: Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, North/South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I was curious about my family when I was in high school and I LOVE research!
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://smartcanyongen.com

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Last Turn of the Key

I never knew my Great Grandpa Hochstetler. My mother never knew him, either. He is a shadowy figure in my mind. I’m not even sure what He looked like. He passed away on March 6th, 1926, before my mother was born.

I’ve always pictured him being stern for some reason. I know he was Baptist. His family was Amish, but I’m not sure when he actually left the church. I know they had financial issues when the last child, my mom’s mother, was born. The census shows he was an engineer at a…

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