Why can't I do my ancestors beyond 1500's?

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Why can't I do my ancestors beyond 1500's on the Belgrave, which I am a descendant of? I can go back beyond Richard Belgrave, who would be my 13th great grandfather. I can go back 7 generation from Richard Belgrave

in Genealogy Help by Kenneth Moore G2G2 (2.9k points)
You will be well off to actually add sources to the files you have already created.  Every time you have a fact:  X was born . . . (show how you know this)  He was the son of Y (how do you know?).  In order to get pre-1500 certification, your current profiles will have to be completed with sources (and bios are preferred).

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This link should explain it.

Please check the spelling on your tags.  Pre-1500 members won't see it as is.

by Herbert Tardy G2G6 Pilot (653k points)
selected by Pip Sheppard

Thanks for the star,Pip!  smiley

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You probably do not have the pre-1500 certification badge that requires rather a lot of work to show and prove that you know how to find and use sources correctly and that you are active here on Wikitree.
by Robynne Lozier G2G6 Pilot (945k points)

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