John Warren needs Southern Colonies project management

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This profile has had the {{US Southern Colonist}} project box on it, but until just now, was not project protected. Despite the explanation in the narrative, someone re-attached disputed parents. I've re-detached them and protected the profile so they won't get re-attached.

But I'm not comfortable adding the project account as co-manager, and would prefer this be done by someone more active with the project (co-leader or coordinator).

Thanks.
WikiTree profile: John Warren
asked in Genealogy Help by Jillaine Smith G2G6 Pilot (655k points)

4 Answers

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Not sure there is an active Southern Colonies project, but since he’s from Virginia maybe that project could manage?
answered by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Mach 6 (62.5k points)
I'm not sure there's a "Leader" for "southern colonies", and see two leaders for "southern colonies pioneers", I guess that's different. I've been trying to get 2 profiles that feed into a Jamestown profile protected, ... no luck so far. Jamestown is a sub project and there is not a leader who can protect.  I understand the requirements for PPP and it seems the above posted by Jillaine meets those, but PPP has to be done by a "leader".
+1 vote
Can't one of the profile managers add Southern Colonies as manager? That's something I've thought of doing. I see you do have Project protect posted. Congrats!
answered by Sherrie Mitchell G2G6 Mach 1 (11.6k points)
+1 vote
Sorry, I just saw this. Southern Colonies is dormant due to lack of leadership. Southern Pioneers is something different. I suggest you check with the Virginia Project. They have been very helpful with these profiles.
answered by Paula J G2G6 Pilot (207k points)
+2 votes

There's also this one

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Warren-8157

whose bio says he married Rachel Williams.  But the same paragraph makes him the grandson of Sir Edward.

Notice the Richard III flags.  Any Warrens out there who can show probable descent from Sir Edward Warren of Poynton, there's a nice lady professor in Leicester who really wants to hear from you.  Before she has to start sneaking into graveyards at night and digging up your ancestors.

answered by RJ Horace G2G6 Pilot (419k points)

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