Adding a Quaker Star to my English Quaker forbears

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I had a good answer to my question about adding the Quaker star to my English Quaker forbears, as part of my activity in the Quaker project, and have successfully added the star to John Bax b 1510 (Bax-37) and Johnathan Edmund     

Backhouse (Backhouse-8) b 1849, but found that when I added their location and date, the same details came up for both, do had to put "England" and leave the date field blank. John Bax lived in Surrey and Johnathan Backhouse lived in Yorkshire. Can someone help?
WikiTree profile: John Bax
in Policy and Style by Steven Ringer G2G6 (6.9k points)
retagged by Keith Hathaway
Hi Steven, could you please edit your question to include a link for one of the profiles in question? That way people can click on it.
I have edited my question and shown the Wiki IDs for both of these

Is that what you mean by including a link ?
Just so you can do it in the future, there is a seperate line where you put the link to the profile that makes it clickable.
I have now added the Wikitree ID for both Johnathan Edmund Backhouse and John Bax

1 Answer

+3 votes
You can add the template {{Quakers}} to each Quaker profile. Even though the star wasn't used until the 19th century, we've kind of adopted it as the project symbol.
by Anonymous W G2G6 Mach 6 (65.4k points)

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