Is anyone up to "Unmerging" Jane and Joan Dabinott?

+7 votes
The biography for Jane Dabinott tells about how her profile is the result of merging two profiles that should not have been merged.  Her lifesketch on FamilySearch tells of how they had been merged on that website in the past and subsequently unmerged.

Jane and Joan Dabinott were both married to Thomas Newberry.  Joan, born about 1600, married him in 1619, and Jane, born about 1611, married him about 1630.  Thomas Newberry died in 1636, and Jane remarried to John Warham in 1637.

I am asking if anyone is wanting/willing to create a separate profile for Joan, and move all the appropriate data and husband/children to the new profile.  Is anyone up to it?

See these profiles on FS:
WikiTree profile: Jane Warham
in Genealogy Help by D. Botkin G2G6 Mach 3 (34.1k points)
retagged by Wendy Sullivan
The PGM people need to take this on.  They will if you add the pgm tag.
Actually, "the PGM people" are a group of volunteers who greatly appreciate and seek to collaborate with others --in the project or not-- who are working on PGM-era profiles.

We're happy to support this effort and also very happy when others take incentive.

D. Botkin, thanks for pointing this out.

S. Wilson, thanks for taking this on.

4 Answers

+6 votes
Best answer
I have finished separating Joane and Jane Dabinott. Please let me know if you see something that needs further support and/or sourcing. I have taken care to separate all the children of both as well, proposing merges, and switching parents (if required) per the sources identified as well.

As always, there may be some additional sources that would add value to the profile if anyone else wants to take a look for more.
by S Willson G2G6 Pilot (136k points)
selected by Joelle Colville-Hanson
Thank you for all your work!  I have looked it over and I am pleased.  I honestly didn't think anyone would even attempt it funny enough.
Thank you for your kind words :)
+4 votes
Will need sources other than user uploaded tree to create new profile and only after proving your theory.
by Marion Poole G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)
Hopefully the sources I've added will prove sufficient.
+7 votes
I have started working on differentiating the two people, who Anderson in Great Migration says were separate people.
by S Willson G2G6 Pilot (136k points)
Thank you for taking on the Joane/Jane sorting out!  I had just come across the merging issues referenced on Jane's profile and posted some notes about inconsistencies/improbabilities yesterday which you may have seen. Great to see that someone with PGM sources and expertise is taking this on!  My main research is on the link between early Puritan preachers in Connecticut (including John Warham) and where they came from (and in Warham's case, where many of the early members of the church he established in Windsor came from). I just learned that I'm descended from John Warham thanks to WikiTree, so will be following your valiant efforts to provide well sourced profiles for both Joane and Jane profiles!
S Willson, thank you!  I greatly appreciate your help
Kathy Durham, I just checked my relationship to you since I am also a descendant of John Warham, and wow, we have 18 common ancestors!  That's the most common ancestors I've ever seen with another contributor
Thank you, I'll do my best.
+1 vote
And the PGM people are wonderful to work with! I have learned a great deal from them as I grow in my skills with Wikitree! Carol (Baldwin-3428)
by Carol Baldwin G2G6 Pilot (467k points)

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