Concerning Baker-4838 (Marilyn Monroe) There are some serious discrepancies I would like to discuss. David Winslow added me to the trusted list.
#1. Her birth record states Norma Jeane Mortensen. Her name at BIRTH should be corrected to Mortensen.
#2. Her nick name could be listed as Marilyn Monroe.
#3. The Norma BAKER can be listed as 'other last names'
She was not a Baker. She was not related to anyone named Baker. Baker was the name of her mother's first husband, and Marilyn's mother used it in some records, but please note her birth record states Mortensen, and this is the name she gave as her FATHER on her first marriage to James Dougherty. She stated her father was E. Mortensen.
Her BIRTH record states Mortensen. Her marriage record (First one) states Mortensen. She even states the correct initials of her father (E. M. Mortensen, as in Edward martin Mortensen)
Wikileaks wants to use REAL documents, real facts. There is no fact, or document existing which states Gifford is her father. Yet the facts and documents state Mortensen is the father. Baker was only given as the surname Marilyn's mother used to register Marilyn in school records. However, Marilyn herself was the source of the information on her own first marriage (James Dougherty) and she stated her father was Mortensen.
Her mother was married to Edward Martin Mortensen in October 11, 1924 Los Angeles. The divorce was not final until 8-15-1928 Los Angeles, CA.
This man Edward M. Mortensen, when he died, had in his possession Marilyn's birth certificate. This would indicate he acknowledged Marilyn as his daughter.
That makes 3 compelling pieces of evidence that Mortensen is her father and he should be listed as such.
The story about Gifford is just a story, and can be noted, but there are a birth record and a marriage record for Marilyn which both are showing the father as Mortensen, and that matches which the marriage of her mother to Mortensen. Actual record sources should be used as identity.
She was born Norma Jeane Mortensen. She used the name of Norma Baker in 1930 and 1940 census. However, her 1942 marriage states her full name as Norma Jeane Mortensen.
The names given in the birth and marriage are the correct maiden names at BIRTH.
#4. Other names used: "Norma Baker"
#5. Her father should be listed as Edward Martin Mortensen. I can give all of his data.
I hope we can discuss this.