Enjoyed a few minutes of seeing where St Patrick falls on the global Tree. My connection was pretty much the path followed by Windsor-1, Queen Elizabeth. In checking a couple other medieval routes to Patrick, I noticed that once again this profile popped up for Maldred-6
Over a month ago I had put these public discussion comments up on the profile. I haven;t seen or heard anything since then. I think it still is a Bummer entry sitting there on the route to Patrick.
"This profile Maldred-6, is filled with some invalid material.
The Peerage source is for a different Maldred. One from the Siward family line. The other members of the family group more closely resemble the Dunbar line with different Maldred and different timeframe/generation.
Why is this a female profile? Why is this Wessex-350 spouse connected? That is false, I'll accept it probably just a typo. but It should be removed. RJHorace employed dry humor to point out that this "wife" of Edgar was dubious. Why dont we have a LNAB of dubious?"
It was also a very good point that Andrew Lancaster made on the Profile page of Patrick. Can we explain concisely that the descendants in the links, dont have source authenticity to the level that WikiTree, expects and strives for in our global Tree mission
The name WikiTree is using looks like it comes from a misunderstanding of something found in Irish? I notice wikitree claims to real, not mythological, siblings who modern people can connect to? What sources do we have for them?
The profile did educate me about Patrick actually having the Roman ancestry, which reminded me, he and his extended family might have contributed Italy and Southern Europe to the DNA results we now evaluate as the average DNA from Ireland or Scotland