Please remove PPP from Isabel (Meriet) d'Aumarle

+2 votes
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Isabel (Meriet) d'Aumarle was born in Somerset, Devon, England (wish someone could make their mind up!) in 1295, the daughter of John (Meriet) de Meriet.  She married William d'Aumarle (don't know when, don't know where), and was buried on 29 Jun 1370 - in England.  All unsourced.

However, now I am getting a 921 Suggestion because she is PPP without a Project box or account.  She was 'locked' on 3 April 2016 by A.Leader (not by a Project).

Can her PPP be removed? and what sort of sticker should I put on her instead?
WikiTree profile: Isabel d'Aumarle
in The Tree House by Ros Haywood G2G6 Pilot (801k points)

3 Answers

+5 votes
The profile has been merged several times, but there are no LNAB issues that I can see. Since the profile is quite early I'd prefer England to review it before removing PPP (though IMO it looks OK to remove it).

For sticker you could use {{British Isles Aristo}}.
by Isabelle Martin G2G6 Pilot (317k points)
Hi Isabelle

The England Project will keep this profile for the time being while we research her. She may be able to be released into the wild once she is a bit more sourced.

Jo

England Project Managed Profiles Team Coordinator
+3 votes

This family is discussed here

https://soc.history.medieval.narkive.com/90SQAkx1/parentage-of-maud-de-vitr-e-wife-of-henry-de-pomeroy

complete with internet aberrations like "Alba Marle, Devonshire".

The more usual spelling in general is Aumale.  Inserting an r wouldn't be a normal random variation at that time (an r would be pronounced, not silent).  But they don't seem to connect up to the Counts.

by RJ Horace G2G6 Pilot (511k points)

Jim Weber version referred to in the thread

https://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jweber&id=I16612

which does take the line back to William le Gros.

Thanks, RJ. smiley

Which is good going, because William le Gros left only an heiress (or two of her).

If he had a son called Robert, as per here

https://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jweber&id=I26723

he has to be illegitimate.  Can't find a mention of him anywhere.  Richardson does William le Gros at RA Vol 1 p 212, i, but he only mentions one known daughter and two alleged daughters.

A post by Rosie Bevan is cited, but I can't find it in the gen-medieval archive (and it's taken far too long to find that out.  Ancestry have really made a mess of the archive).

But I digress.

+2 votes
Since the England project is PM on the profile, I've added their project box.  That will remove the error.
by Darlene Athey-Hill G2G6 Pilot (309k points)
Thanks, Darlene.  You caught us right in the middle of doing it - I had only put the England Project on moments before.  Well spotted!

FOFL!  Just reading my G2G feed . . .  wink

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