Why isn't Elizabeth Mure a historically significant ancestor?

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Born about 1302 Elizabeth married Robert II, King of Scots. There are too many name variations for him so I attempted to find her first. Turns out there are about 18 Elizabeth Mures which are all the same person with a couple of other individuals. I found an orphan profile Mure-81 and adopted it just to get in the game. The lowest profile number I found was Mure-4 and it was not identified as historically significant.

I am fairly new to WikiTree but perhaps what is needed is an ancestry group for British Royalty - seperate from the European Group

I would love to work on this project but don't know where to go next.

Thanks
WikiTree profile: Elizabeth Stewart
in Policy and Style by Eugene Quigley G2G6 Mach 7 (75.8k points)

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Hi Eugene,

Yes there are loads of duplicates/profiles that need cleaning up - so do join in the task where it makes sense for you, you seem to have made a good start :) Sometimes the heart sinks when you see how many duplicates there are with some of our more distant ancestors!!

Info on HSA - http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Historically-significant_ancestors

Part of the commitment is working on these I do suggest you join the European A.  A. user group, if you have not done so, you will find that many of the major Euro Houses have WT managers/supervisors, theres lots to do!

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:European_Aristocratic_Ancestors_User_Group

good hunting - Wendy
by Wendy Hampton G2G6 Mach 2 (24.0k points)
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