Are all Royal and noble lineages already the skeleton of WikiTree because it would be much easier if they were

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I have researched a family tree for friend which was so exciting it branches through every English, Scottish and Irish line of nobility. Most sources were taken from the likes of Wikipedia and Burkes Peerage etc. I also took  William Hilton Dyer Longstaffe's (The Darlington Historian) pedigree with the help of certain excerpts from his personal pedigree, back to William the Conquerer.

It would be such a help if the Wikitree already does include the Royal Lines so that those researched by our members can combine and compare sources.
in The Tree House by Carole Johnson G2G5 (5.1k points)
edited by Carole Johnson
I have a line back into the nobility then royalty, a lot of which is not here on WikiTree.  Also be careful as there are a lot of errors on all trees when it comes to royalty, you would think considering how long people have been researching these families they would have figured it out by now, but that is not the case.
Thank you James! There is no doubt that the lineages I have researched are noble and royal lines but there are different versions of dates of birth and marriage all over the internet. This is the reason I asked if the Royal lineages are already in the WikiTree.  As you say you would think that would be the case

If I can get my pre 1500 badge soon, I  will try entering some of the data  I have to the make comparisons.  


Kind regards, Carole

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