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Michelle Brooks's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Michelle or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
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Hi Michelle, re Barefield-138, the discrepancy in DOB came up in a suggestion I came across on the Data Doctors project. Definitely agree FAG not always accurate, hence my message. I have sent a request to FAG for a gravestone photo, and have put a comment on the suggestion. I'll let you know if anything turns up. You may find you have similar FAG suggestions on other profiles, it's a very common suggestion.
Wow, nice work, congratulations Michelle for obtaining the Green Generous Genealogist badge to add to your collection. Also neat that you did over 1,000 last month! Thank you for all you do for WikiTree and it's members!
Michelle, I'm very sorry, about Richard Pierce, the merge I was objecting to was with Pierce-1104. I have edited my old message to correct that ID number. That merge seems to be classified as rejected, and the merge you are trying to do is "Pending". I have tried to do what I can to make that merge happen, but when I do, it just tells me there's already a proposed merge. I'm not pre-1500 certified, so maybe my powers are useless against it.
Hello Michelle, regarding the proposed Thomas Smythe merge, are they the same person? Sir Thomas Smythe [Smythe-97] was not born in Burnley, did not die in Devon and was not the father of Christopher Smythe of Burnley. If the Christopher Smythe/Smith of Burnley did have a father Thomas Smythe then that Thomas Smythe and this Thomas Smythe are different people. I am afraid this is one of those 'internet' trees where an incorrect father has been added to Christopher Smythe of Burnley. It might be better to leave Thomas Smith as the father of Christopher but to remove the image and place of burial which incorrectly link him with Smythe-97. Best wishes, Steve.