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Jane E. Wilcox

Forget-Me-Not Ancestry

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Repositories:
Connecticut State Library, Hartford ; New York Public Library, NYC ; New York State library and archives in Albany ; Suffolk County, Long Island, Historical Society, Riverhead, NY

Lectures:
Looking for Your New York Tenant Farmers: Little-Used Resources, New York City and State Governmental Vital Records and Alternates, The New York Gateway: Immigration, Emigration and Migration, Finding American Women's Voices through the Centuries: Letters, Journals, Newspapers and Court Records, Up the North River: An Overview of Pre-1800 Hudson Valley Ethnic Groups and Religions, Early Probate in New York: From Colonial Dutch and English to Statehood

Publications:
"Derbyshire Crossroads: A Wilcockson DNA Case Study," NGS (National Genealogical Society) Magazine, co-authored with Lisa Wilcox, January-March 2014, "Exploring Research Resources for Hudson Valley Tenant Farmers," The New York Researcher, Summer 2014, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Soon-to-be-published From England to America: The Odyssey of the William and Margaret Wilcockson Family

Affiliations:
National Genealogical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Suffolk County Historical Society (Long Island, New York), Racine Heritage Museum (Wisconsin)

Testimonials:
Jane is not only an excellent historian, thorough researcher and knowledgeable professional, but she is also blessed with the ability to see beyond dates and places in a way that makes the past relatable and immediate. "The ancestors want their stories to be told," she said early in our journey, and I came to realize how right she was. It was a pleasure to have her as expert and guide to link the past with the present and the present to the past. I highly recommend her. David Rambo Supervising Producer/Writer "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" After being at a dead end for several years in my Myers family research, I reached out to Jane Wilcox of Forget-Me-Not Ancestry for assistance. Jane immediately evaluated the evidence I had assembled and began providing expert insight into interpreting the assembled history along with suggestions for next steps. Her experience as a genealogist has proven invaluable, as she has leveraged multiple original sources to help me document my family back to the early 1800s in Albany, New York and Germany. I especially appreciated Jane


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