Any objection to changing the LNAB to Fiennes? [closed]

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Douglas Richardson's ''Magna Carta Ancestry''  shows the spelling as Fiennes (without mention of Fynes). Richardson is the Magna Carta project's main reference, so I intend to change the LNAB from Fynes to Fiennes, if that's ok.

Cheers, Liz
WikiTree profile: Roger Fiennes
closed with the note: name changed. Thanks!
in The Tree House by Liz Shifflett G2G6 Pilot (402k points)
closed by Liz Shifflett
Looks about right ! Thanks, LIz !

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+4 votes
That sounds like the way to go.
by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)

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