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Family Tree Wanted Update

Hello,

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. I have mentally been writing this post for several months.  I am still researching my family history. I have been super busy with my kids, family life, and work. I work on my family history in any little spare time I get. I used Ancestry.com for awhile, I needed to clean up my tree, and I’ve still been scanning photos. I have many to share on Family Tree Wanted FaceBook page. I have made wonderful connections with people and hope to make many more in the future. Using FaceBook has been very beneficial for making connections. I’ve also gotton some great ideas.  I need to find the time and visit a couple road trip locations because the documents are not available online yet. There is never enough time. Too bad I can’t be paid to research my own family tree. LOL! 🙂

Happy Searching!

This was a draft blog from a while ago. The thought was there, just not the follow through to finish.

“I have been working on some different things lately. I finally signed up for Ancestry. They had a good six month deal. I have used it for free but now I have a better understanding of how it works. I have been building my tree on Ancestry since 2011 or from the one I imported. I realized recently that I had a lot of extra junk in it so I have been working to clean it up. I had been sharig my tree but decided to unshare it for a bit. It always bothered me the way people linked to pictures or documents that I had scanned in without telling how they were related. I understand it better now but I don’t want to link to any pictures or documents without telling the person thank you for sharing the information and how I am related. I think this is all about collaboration.
I did connect with a couple of woderful ladies using Find A Grave that are doing MONROE research. There is a lot documented on the MONROE family but it has been fun sharing pictures and stories.”

 

 

 

 

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I found this naming pattern form on a FaceBook Genealogy Group

I thought this was interesting to read. I had not seen it written out until now.

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“I got this list of naming patterns form another list I am on hope this helps.

 

1st son=father’s father

2nd son=mother’s father

3rd son=father

4th son=father’s oldest brother

5th son=father’s 2nd oldest brother or mother’s oldest brother

1st dau=mother’s mother

2nd dau=father’s mother

3rd dau=mother

4th dau=mother’s oldest sister

5th dau=mother’s 2nd oldest sister or father’s oldest sister

 

IRISH 1800’s

 

First daughter was named after the Paternal Grandmother

Second daughter was named after the Maternal Grandmother

First son was named after the Paternal Grandfather

Second son was named after the Maternal Grandfather

Then alternate names using the Grandmother’s,Granfather’s, Aunt’s and Uncle’s 

names.

 

SCOTTISH 1700-1800 and early DUTCH

 

First Daughter was named for her Maternal Grandmother

Second Daughter was named for her Paternal Grandmother

Third Daughter was named after her Mother

Other Daughters were named after other Family Members

First son was named after his Paternal Grandfather (sometimes Maternal)

Second Son was named after his Maternal Grandfather (sometimes Paternal)

Third son was named after his Father

 

ENGLISH and WELSH 1700-1800’s

1st dau= Mother’ Mother

2nd dau= Mother’s Father’s Mother

3rd dau= Mother

4th dau= Mother’s oldest Sister

1st son= Father’s Father

2nd son= Mother’s Father

3rd son=Father

4th son= Father’s oldest Brother

 

OLD GERMAN

 

The first name of each Daughter was usually the first name of the Mother

The first name of the Son was usually the first name of the Father

 

Often times the middle name of each child was the name of the baby’s 

baptismal sponsor and they were usually called by his/her middle name.

 

 TNGenWeb Project FaceBook Group

This thread:

  • [GEORGIA] Nameing Patterns by RFAirEagle”
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Wordless Wednesday ~ Disabled American Veterans of the World War

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Amaneunsis Monday ~ Roy FENN ~ Letter Jan 27, 1947

 

 

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Amaneunsis Monday ~ Martha CONN ~

Martha CONN JOHNSON

 

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Happy Earth Day….

Tipton Tribune ~ Earth Day ~ 4-21-1970

Earth Day ~ Tipton Tribune ~ 4-22-1970

Misc. Pictures….

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Wordless Wednesday ~ Francis CONN and John L. CONN

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Amaneunsis Monday ~ Estella CONN ~ Letter

Martha CONN, Catherine FENN, and Estella CONN

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Those Places Thursday ~ West Union School Yearbook 1916 – 1917

This was my Great Grandma Jessie Opal CONN FENN BRITTON yearbook from when she was in 8th grade at West Union School.  The book was made of paper with pictures glued in it. I believe some of her siblings are in the younger grades.

West Union Yearbook 1916 – 1917 ~ In Iroquois County, Illinois 

Jessie Opal CONN WARD BRITTON in 8th Grade.

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Wordless Wednesday ~ STAFFORD Men ~ William A. Jr. on tractor, William A. Sr. , unknown girl, unknown girl, and John M.

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