Scott Fulkerson
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Scott Fulkerson

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Scott S. Fulkerson
Born 1960s.
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Son of [private father (1940s - unknown)] and [private mother (1940s - unknown)]
Brother of [private brother (1960s - unknown)], [private sister (1960s - unknown)] and [private sister (1970s - unknown)]
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Father of [private son (1990s - unknown)] and [private son (1990s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified | Created 13 Sep 2014 | Last significant change: 14 May 2021
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Gateway Ancestors:

Dirck Volckertszen (1595-1677) - Origin: Norway
Christina Vigne (1612-1663) - Origin: France
Annitgen Langalaen (1650-1700) - Origin: Nederland
Jan Cornelisse Van Cleave (1627-1699) - Origin: Deutschland
Laurens Pieterszen (1620-1664) - Origin: Norway
Annetje Pieters (1616-1660) - Origin: Deutschland
Jan Cornelise Buys (1629-1690) - Origin: Nederland
Joris Jacobsen (1626-1718) - Origin: Nederland
Tryntje Claessen (1633-1715) - Origin: Nederland
Theunis Gijsbertszen Bogaert (1625-1699) - Origin: Nederland
Sarah Joris Rapalje (1604-1663) - Origin: Nederlands
Catharina Jeronimus Trico (1605-1689) - Origin: France


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  • Scott Fulkerson: Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 37 markers, haplogroup I-M253, FTDNA kit #718747
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Hi,

I have just added a man, see Lukis-7. I haven't added any biography yet but he was the Director General of the Indian Medical Service and honary surgeon to George V and knighted, amongst other things. I wondered if he should be considered notable and what that involves. He also links to India and I don't know where to find what to do. Can you advise please? Thanks, Sue (Pardey-31)

posted by Sue Pardey
Hi Sue,

There are several ways to qualify for Notables, and the easiest way to check if a profile qualifies for a project is to check the project page. If you've never done this, all you need to do is (from your top menu) go to Find -- Projects. In this case, scroll down to Notables and open the project page (may need to click 2 links to get this to open, as the first one you may see just drops you to a preview on that same "projects" page).

Here is the direct link to the Notables Project page. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:Notables

What you'll read there is that any profile that has a Wikipedia article specifically on them automatically qualifies for Notables. So what this means is that you can put the Notables sticker onto that profile. To do this, just below the = Biography = header, you can add
Notables Project
Scott Fulkerson is Notable.
. (this is two beginning curly brackets "{" followed by Notables Sticker followed by two end curly brackets "}" )

That will add them to the project automatically.

You will also want to consider adding categories to the profile to help identify what they are Notable for, as well as to help others find them in groups of their peers. I see he was an Editor (there is a category for Editors), and that he held the title of "Sir" and had an "MD". I believe the title came from two awards he received:

Commander of the Order of the Star of India, 1910 Knight Commander of the Order of the Star of India, 1911

I'd see if there are categories in place for these as well. Finally, it appears he co-authored a book. Authors or Writers are both categories (not sure what the difference is), but I would add Authors to him.

Hope that helps.

Scott Fulkerson

posted by Scott Fulkerson
edited by Scott Fulkerson
Hi, Scott. I'm not in the Notables project, but I just found out that Russell Johnson (of Gilligan's Island fame) doesn't have a profile manager. Is that something for you guys? I asked about it in G2G but wanted to make sure y'all saw it. Thanks!

-Ashley

posted by Ashley Jones JD
Hi Ashley,

The only profiles Notables is required to manage are those that are non-open privacy or ones where there may be some risk of controversial edits. All others are left open for adoption by design.

posted by Scott Fulkerson
Good to know. I'm sure y'all have plenty of work just with that. It just made me sad to him neglected like that. Thanks!
posted by Ashley Jones JD
Scott,

Thank you for joining our first ever Connecting Challenge and helping us create 2729 profiles by adding 134!

You can add the participation sticker to your profile if you’d like. Connecting Challenge Stickers

We’ve started the March challenge here: March Connecting Challenge

Emma

100 Profiles
Scott created 100 new profiles during the February 2021 USBH Connecting Challenge.
Hi Scott, I am new to the Notables group, and just wanted to check with you as as Project Leader on a couple of the notable profiles I have created. I have created profiles for Basil Brown (Brown-118825), the archaeologist who unearthed the Anglos Saxon Sutton Hoo treasure, now housed at the British museum, and Edith Pretty (Dempster-1178), the owner of the land on which it was found, who gifted the treasure to the nation. I do intend to work their trees back and connect them to the wider tree, but I just wanted to check regarding the level of information I have included (if it is either too much or too little), and whether there is anything else in regard the profiles that I should be doing but haven't. Thanks, Colin
posted by Colin Huggins
Hi Colin - this looks fine. I would agree that the next step would be to try to find parents for him, but the good part is he has a nice profile and his spouse attached, so it's a great start.
posted by Scott Fulkerson