How can I tie Edith to Wheatley? [closed]

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I just have to share that I made a great discovery yesterday.  I believe I found my half first cousin's grandmother who has been a brick wall for me for a long time.

I am having a problem reconciling why Hamilton appears on the birth certificate of my cousins mother, but I am assuming that is an adoptive name.

I am 90% confident in my research.

If I could find an AUDNA from Peck-6995 to Wheatley-814, I would be happier with my results.
WikiTree profile: Edith Arras
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in Genealogy Help by Lance Martin G2G6 Mach 9 (94.2k points)
closed by Lance Martin

 I have to say I am still a bit confused however. I wish I knew what was going on. Edmond Andrea Martinucci (Barbara's brother - my father's half brother - Teresa's uncle) was named such because his maternal grandfather was Edmond, and his paternal grandfather was Andrea. This is a common naming convention in Italy. Barbara Loreana Martinucci is confusing for two reasons. FIrst on his wedding certificate to my grandmother, he states his mother's name was Lorena. It was not. It was Ovie. She had a sister named Lorena however. That is where Barbara Lorena Martinucci's middle name came from. Now why Barbara? Her mother was Mary Elizabeth Bell Cramblet. It appears Mary Elizabeth was not with the family in 1920 when Edith was 6 years old. Perhaps this is when Edith was adopted out, perhaps to a woman named Barbara Hamilton? Not sure we will ever know the truth.

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