Fyre duplicate ? [closed]

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Comparing Frye-1854 (L) and Frye-74 (R)

These appear rather like same persons with dates and place somewhat different ...

Please can anyone check Anderson for PGM ..., Thank You.

WikiTree profile: Adrian Frye
closed with the note: two replies, so working on it
in Genealogy Help by Beryl Meehan G2G6 Mach 3 (35.4k points)
closed by Beryl Meehan
Looks like the parenr generation needs a bit of attention first.

Adrian Frye- 1845  has a half brother Adrian Frye-24  who is also  married to his mother. ( think thats right...going round in circles)
Plus, Margaret Bryant is married to Adrian and having William Frye's kid.
I've done some editing and otherwise sourcing to these Frye profiles and some related members

1 Answer

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I commented on the “Adrian Frye” from 1604 profile a long time ago listing out the issues with it and it looks like the profile manager never did anything about it. It’s highly unlikely (though not impossible) that Adrian Frye had a child at 64 and lived to be 91. The only sources that they provided for this person born 1604 existing were unsourced family trees, and I have no clue as to how they found his parents’ names. All legitimate info I could find on this only mentioned one Adrian frye, born 1641. The two profiles need to be merged.
by Anonymous Przybylek G2G2 (2.5k points)
will propose a merge.  Thanks

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