Empty profile for Braveheart [closed]

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closed with the note: Checked by Dale Byers - thank you sir
asked May 19 in The Tree House by Eddie King G2G6 Mach 8 (83,570 points)
closed May 19 by Eddie King
I'm not pre-1500 certified, but here's an article about Sir William Wallace from Wikipedia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Wallace

The profile is a fictionalized version of Wallace.  It comes with a fictitious pedigree for the Hays of Yester.  Naturally they have made-up wives from famous families.  One of them is given Wallace's sister.

Their son fights alongside Wallace and then marries Bruce's sister.

https://archive.org/stream/genealogieofhaye1835hayr#page/13/

The genealogy connects with reality in section 11, the reality being that an obscure knight Sir Gilbert Hay suddenly found himself married to a Fraser girl whose brothers had all just become horizontal war heroes.

 

Wikipedia states William Wallace has no children. Wikitree says he has a daughter. Interesting, given that I've seen a family tree on one of those other sites which would make me a descendant. Genealogy or mythology???? If this profile is fiction, should it still be here?
Scottish traditionalists give him one possibly illegitimate daughter.

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I think that profile is for someone else and not Braveheart who has a profile at https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Wallace-182

I am sure that there are many William Wallice's out there and the one in your example has no dates as well as different parent names.
answered May 19 by Dale Byers G2G6 Pilot (633,630 points)
selected May 19 by Keith Hathaway
Thanks for checking Mr. Byers

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