Please delete bogus parents of PPP Ann (Mathews) Llewellyn

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Ann's parents are impossible and unsupported by any shred of evidence.  I don't know why she is PPP.  Could a leader please detach them? Thanks!
WikiTree profile: Ann Llewellyn
in Genealogy Help by J S G2G6 Mach 9 (95.1k points)

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Am I missing something? Since you asked sometime ago, and nobody objected, isn't it possible to detect the parents yourself, just letting the PMs and other parties know? There must be a protocol which eludes me, somebody review for us, please!
by Dorothy Coakley G2G6 Pilot (173k points)
No, she is PPP, which means only a leader can detach the parents.
Got it!
I took care of it, John. Thanks for the alert.
Presumably there's no evidence for the date or place of birth either.
Come to think of it, I don't suppose there's any evidence for the LNAB Matthews?

Two of the merged-in profiles call her Anne Baker.  (Different fathers' names, same mother's name)

Presumably she first appears in the 1623/4 list as Anne Price, then in the 1624/5 list (age 21 then, not on arrival), and she's assumed to have married in Virginia because she didn't arrive on the same boat as her husband.

But the guessed maiden names probably come from looking for John Price marriages in England?

John Andrew Price's bio has him marrying both Anne Baker and Anne Matthews.  Two given names, two different dates of immigration, two different birthplaces, will the real John Price please stand up?

https://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:MergePerson&user1_name=Mathews-207&user2_name=Matthews-473&action=compare

 

This is not my general field ( New England, Southern Colonials) but is this proposed merge also her ?

 

Yes indeed

Remove Tamsen Matthews as her father too ?

He was probably her mother.
Yep, RJ. Traditionally its a female name.
I would remove Tamsen -- not a shred of evidence

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