Ros Haywood
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Ros Haywood

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Ros N. Haywood
Born 1950s.
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Profile last modified | Created 28 May 2011 | Last significant change: 18 May 2022
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Biography

Ros was featured in a Meet Our Members Post on the WikiTree Blog!
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Ros participated in the England Project’s Gilbert and Sullivan Challenge
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Ros participated in the England Project’s Halloween Challenge.
Ros Haywood participated in the 2022 England Project Boat Race Challenge.
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Descendant of ag labs and proud of it.

Ros was born in Hackney, London, England, which makes her an EastEnder (although she doesn't sound like it). She has worked as a secretary, a librarian, and a Family History Consultant, and runs two One Name Studies as a member of the Guild of One Name Studies (Haywood and Murch), with these plus a further ONS on WikiTree (Ball). Ros is currently studying the Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies Correspondence Course, and is beginning their course on Paleography (old handwriting).

One Name Studies

Ball Name Study
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Haywood Name Study
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Murch Name Study
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One Place Study

South Pool, Devon, England
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English Blagdons
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A Block of Stumbles
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Surnames

Surname # of Profiles Name Study
Avery7,150Space:Avery_Name_Study
Ball 18,771 Ball (mine)
Blagdon 439Personal Category
Brooke 2,297
Buckingham 2,338Space:Buckingham_Name_Study
Damerell364Space:Damerell_Name_Study
Dunstone676Space:Dunstan_Name_Study
Edgcombe1,350
Elliott18,340Space:Elliott_Name_Study
Farley4,536Space:Farley_Name_Study
Haywood1,910 Haywood (mine)
Lethbridge549
Ley758
Murch1.034Murch (mine)

Ancestors
From EGH: https://wikitree.sdms.si/function/WTWebAncestors/errors.htm?WikiTreeID=Haywood-43

From EBB: https://wikitree.sdms.si/function/WTWebAncestors/errors.htm?WikiTreeID=Blagdon-8

From WHB: https://wikitree.sdms.si/function/WTWebAncestors/errors.htm?WikiTreeID=Ball-18809

From MME: https://wikitree.sdms.si/function/WTWebAncestors/errors.htm?WikiTreeID=Edgcombe-142


Digital Afterlife Instructions : this is my permission that upon my demise, for my family firstly, then secondly, the Wikitree staff, to manage the profiles where I act as PM and One Name Studies in any way they see fit, as long as this is in line with the Honour Code and preserves the privacy of living people. I would especially like my English profiles to be offered to the England Project. Haywood-41 23:27, 8 January 2022 (UTC)


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Thank you for helping me find the Payne family GROs. I thought I was going mad not finding them.
posted by Nicci (Flint) Hartland
You're very welcome. I know (from bitter experience) that the GRO can be very 'creative' in their spelling. :)
posted by Ros Haywood
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Ros,

Thank you for your contributions to the March 2022 Sourcerers Challenge! As you know, every source added to an unsourced profile improves our One Tree. Thank you for taking time from your own family history to help others.

WT Appreciation Team

posted by Nan (Lambert) Starjak
As much as some folks have such disdain for resources such as FamilySearch, Geni, etc. these same resources have an abundance of excellent information that, albeit, needs to be treated with much caution given the low signal-to-noise ratio. I agree that these should never be part of the inline references or sources, but the 'see also' section is an excellent spot for these. Of course, the problem is not everyone agrees on exactly what the 'see also' section means (see: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1192294/rethinking-see-also) Even worse since it is not a true section, it then falls into the 'sources' section when it really is not a source, rather simply a guide to say take a look at these places as well.

Were WikiTree in total agreement with such condemnation of less reliable sources, then they would not have created so many tools to link to and from FamilySearch.

Perhaps what is needed in cases where sources are unreliable but potentially of great help, is some way of unambiguously flagging them as such and possibly as a separate section so that one would not be mislead into thinking that they are intended as normal, reputable sources. There is one advantage to tracking unreliable sources that seems to escape most persons and that is that it affords one the opportunity to identify and counter some of the common mythologies.

TTFN, TFA

posted by Thom Anderson
From your friends at the Appreciation Team:

Congrats on the Super Star Badge!

posted by SJ Baty
Thanks for tidying up Mary Berry.
posted by Joyce Vander Bogart
Also really glad to see you back.
posted by Helen (Coleman) Ford
Welcome back, Ros.

Plus 12 chars.

posted by [Living Tardy]
Thank you, Ros, for taking the time to respond to my plea for help using one of the features of G2G. You took the time to explain why I was having the problem and how to achieve the results I wanted. Now I am inspired to go back and re-read G2G basics. I will probably use it more often now that you helped me to "break the ice."
posted by Betty (Skelton) Norman

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