Is Dr Richard Wells's Biography ok?

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Dr Richard Wells is my Jamestowne Society ancestor. His biography was a pretty crazy jumble of miscellaneous facts and I chose to jump in there and fix it.

After much hemming and hawing and questioning, I have sliced and diced and changed Dr Richard Wells's biography. I would really appreciate if someone could help out by proofreading and making any suggestions or corrections.

Thank you for your time. If it needs more work, please let me know recommendations.
WikiTree profile: Richard Wells
in The Tree House by Beth Stephenson G2G6 Mach 4 (45.0k points)
What a difference from yesterday, Beth, it was a jumble of facts and different research approaches  - can't really comment on the content per se, but sure reads a lot better and the images are a nice touch . One comment though is you don't actually give the rationale for choosing the 1609 date - although you do present your reasoning for both.
Thanks. I know it still isn't quite right. But I had to do something. My Jamestowne Ancestor had to have a biography.

I chose the 1609 date because he was cited as being aged 26 on the roster of The Globe in 1635. Also because it seems that the more well-researched writings use that date. However, there are plenty of alternative theories...

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+1 vote
I'm not disputing logic- just as a reader was wondering thanks :)
by Shirley Gilbert G2G6 Mach 5 (54.3k points)
I'm just glad that it came out readable... Before, it really wasn't. Thank you so much for taking a look at it.

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