Can a certified pre-1500 member become profile managers for Joanne Mortimer and her husband William de Locke?

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Right now, I'm not a certified pre-1500 member, yet I am the only profile manager for William de Locke and his wife, Joanne (Mortimer) Locke.  Joanne Mortimer's is a Project Protected Profile.  William de Locke is profile De_Locke-1 and Joanne Mortimer is Mortimer-808.  Any help would be appreciated.  According to the policy and style guide as their only profile manager, I cannot abandon their profiles. I cannot remove myself from their profiles.  Since I'm not a certified pre-1500 member, I don't know whether or not I can add anyone to their trusted list or make them a profile manager.
WikiTree profile: Joanne Locke
in Policy and Style by David Hughey G2G Astronaut (1.6m points)
You are allowed to orphan profiles when their privacy level is set to open (even when you are the sole profile manager).  However, this looks like one of the "unanticipated consequences"? of profiles from pre-1500 that were created before the requirement was set.  Since only you can add another profile manager while at the same time can't even do that due to not being pre-1500 certified a dilemma exists.  You'll need to send a message to for this one (that is if one of them doesn't see this before much longer).  Best of luck!  :)
This may or may not work.  I have requested to be on your trusted list for this file and if you can grant the request.  I may be successful in doing what you want.

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David - I know it's been a while since you asked this question, but I'm going to get the PPP removed and then you can orphan her.


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by Jo Fitz-Henry G2G6 Pilot (120k points)

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