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RJ Horace

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On 21 Mar 2019 at 19:01 GMT Aaron Gullison wrote:

Those profiles (green with closed black lock) are all Project protected profiles. This is different than Public (green with white open lock) profiles.

On 29 Jan 2019 at 14:27 GMT Carleton Cox wrote:

I see you are familiar with Omerud's history of Cheshire, England. Although Omerud is not w/o errors, the late Cheshire historian Joan Leach told me Omerud based much of his history on that of Peter Leycester of Nether Tabley, and the latter was quite accurate in Joan's opinion. I recently joined WikiTree hoping it would be better than Family Search, and I will be happy to perform an audit on the Daniell or Danyers family of Over Tabley. My ancestor Robert Daniell of East Anglia has never been positively linked to the Over Tabley family, but I have collected much info & data over the years. I am also on Ancestry and Find A Grave.

On 17 Dec 2018 at 00:10 GMT Ellen Smith wrote:

Hi, RJ. Seeing your recent interest in expunging errors in the history of English families named Lyon, I wonder if you would be willing to find a good home for unconnected profiles Lyon-731 and Lyon-733. These were bestowed on me long ago by another member after I requested Trusted List access to some other profiles for people named Lyon...

On 8 Dec 2018 at 00:22 GMT Bree Ogle wrote:

Just noticed the yorkshire sheriff cat! Missed that... Sweet!:)

On 14 Nov 2018 at 14:18 GMT Crystal (Prince) Tyrrell wrote:

Hello RJ,

I wanted to Thank You for Adding the 1920 Census to my Grandmother, Lillian Horton Lambertsons' Profile. However, I Feel it is Necessary to point out that kin that Census the e and the r were transposed in several of the Names. The Correct Spelling is LAMBERTSON, not LAMBRETSON. I will also post a note on my Grandmothers' profile regarding this error.

On 2 Oct 2018 at 13:17 GMT Andrew Lancaster wrote:

Any comments before I make a small announcement that these are up? Category: Edward III descents. It counts 132 5th Gen people with likely descendants.

On 12 Aug 2018 at 15:30 GMT Anonymous Moore wrote:

RJ,

Should we delete "Category: Indexes for Unsourced Profiles". It has note on it that says it is "Retired". There are several entries on it that cause issues when we have to rename unsourced Categories that are mentioned in this text.

Regards, Dr. G. Moore with Category Doctors

On 12 Aug 2018 at 15:20 GMT Anonymous Moore wrote:

RJ,

I am looking at the "Category: Profiles Citing Histfam". Quite an impressive work. However, it appears to be quite long and only has one Profile and no Sub-Categories. A long profile causes a decrease in performance of Wikitree.

You might want to think about putting the content on a space, instead.

Regards, Dr. G. Moore of Category Doctors

On 20 Jul 2018 at 14:03 GMT Andrew Lancaster wrote:

OK. Don't think that was the idea originally, but might be a good idea. Correction: it must indeed have been the idea. I think I copied from one profile to the other to cover the story.

On 20 Jul 2018 at 10:10 GMT Andrew Lancaster wrote:

Don't quite follow your short note on Strange-109. Which link?

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