I have a very headache inducing scenario and I could use g2g's help in sorting through this mess. During last weekend's Connect-a-Thon I added all the children for Paolo Coppola. There's a lot of them isn't there? Tonight I found out that I missed one kid. Her name is Mary Rose Coppola.
But, wait! I already have a Mary Rose Coppola attached to him! That Mary Rose was born to Paolo and his second wife, Antonia. The other one was born to Paolo and his wife, Lena.
If one kid had died young, this wouldn't have been an issue. However, both lived, got married and had children. I attached all the sources I could find for the two women. I didn't conflate either of them. They were both very different and had different husbands. I'll be making a profile for the second Mary's husband in a bit.
So, my question is....Is my research note good enough to show differentiation between the two women? They both have descendants who are DNA matches to me, my father and my great-aunt. Their trees show different Mary Coppolas.
Their father must have really liked that name. I digress. What can I do about this scenario? Did I already do what needed to be done here? How else can I say "These are two completely different women who happen to share the same name!"
Looking forward to your comments. =)