This orphaned profile of Julien (Non Connu) Unknown should have the LNAB modified to Unknown. There is a source image on the profile but there is no source on the image. The person is said to have died 4 Oct 1654 in Paroisse Notre Dame, Québec, Québec.
Is this a profile that the Quebecois Project would adopt and manage?
That is work done by cousin Robert Blais originally, and the image on the profile is the Drouin record of funeral. He will remain unconnected as far as I can see, but Unknown is English, and he was obviously French. Do we have an alternate in Francophone portal yet for such? I'll see what I can find about him in various sources to maybe flesh him out a bit.
Thanks for explaining what the Drouin record was, Danielle. There has been several G2G threads regarding using other languages for Unknown but never a proposal to change the Guideline. To stay within the guidelines for now, it should be Unkown.
"Using the same convention for unknown last names is important. In the long run, this clarifies things for everyone. It groups these profiles together in various alphabetical sorts. And we can program our systems to ignore profiles named Unknown in certain contexts."
ok, will change LNAB to Unknown and put Inconnu in current last name, which is the French term, then all bases are covered. If somebody can enter a gazillion Inconnue de Montaguère in our tree, then this one won't be so bad. (Ask Isabelle about the above lady.)
comes out oddly, Inconnu formerly [last name at birth?] is it supposed to do this?