Hi Sharon concerning disposal of rejected matches I guess you are referring to my recent policy proposals which I think have gone nowhere for now? (But I would not have described it as a proposal about disposing rejected matches.) You say you have many but I am not sure how to visualize that. Can you give an example?
That sounds very interesting, but I see nothing here: http://www.thepeerage.com/p41196.htm#i411951 Does Lundy have another place where such citations are given? When you mention sanctioning do you mean there was a papal dispensation? Please let me know, because I am very interested in this family.
Concerning Wikitree, it would make a big difference if you would in any case always mention the source when you add information. Otherwise it can easily end up just being deleted.
Hi Sharon I can not really follow what you are saying on the policy discussion page. Too many cooks can be a problem, for sure. But I think you agree that if someone thinks there should be a merge, and then someone notices a concern, next step should be a two party discussion? If so this sounds like you agree fully with my proposal and you do not like the current situation where discussion basically never happens after a merge proposal.
Find A Grave is not the final word. I have found many errors in names, dates and relationships on this site; however, the dates on Salina's tombstone agree with those given on her Find A Grave memorial. I'm only related to the McWhorter family by marriage and am not researching this family.
Response to death and birth of Selina McWhorter-380 Lowther which disagree with Findagrave.
Sharon, Thanks for the comment on Veech-11. Her maiden name shows as Veech in Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F477-B95 : 11 February 2018), Joseph H. Stout and Martha Veech, 20 Jun 1833; citing , Shelby, Kentucky, reference ; FHL microfilm 259,286 and on Findagrave . You can change if you would like