Surnames/tags: Arbuthnot Arbuthnott Arburthnot
This is a One Name Study to collect together in one place everything about one surname and the variants of that name. The hopes are
- (1) that other Arbuthnot researchers like you will join our study to help make it a valuable reference points for people studying lines that cross or intersect
- (2) that people may join the project in order to correct wrong information and mistypings
- (3) to keep the tree up to date with births, deaths, marriages and newly found links and
- (4) to produce books based on the data collated here.
We are at the moment focussing on transferring across those born with the name and their spouses, although the source tables (which are at kittybrewster.com/ and kittybrewster.com/members/) often include more information; (such as the parents of spouses) parents of spouses) and many more generations. Please add me (Arbuthnot-52) as profile manager to profiles of dead Arbuthnots and please add my wife, Louise (Barry-582) as p.m. to profiles of living Arbuthnots. We prefer “died” or “killed” to “passed away”. Finally i should explain why I am resorting to this project, I have been finding that my typing speed and accuracy are suffering significantly as my Parkinson’s progresses with my age and I would greatly like to fulfill the intention I expressed to Chris Whitten when i joined WikiTree, namely to get all Arbuthnots onto this site. We are extremely grateful to everyone who has contributed their time to helping us with this.
- 1. To check. the following tables have been imported to wikitree tables 4 and 5
And table 1 (Aidan Bizony) And table 2 (Linda Prole) And table 3 (parts 1, 3b, 3c. and 4 - volunteer needed) And table 4 (Tony Varey) And table 5 Volunteer needed) And table 6 (Laurie Cruthers) of And Tables 8 35 36 46 47 49 51 56 61 62 63 64 70 75 & 81 (Valerie Kerr). Also 32 65 and 124 which are all one table. And table M (Bree Ogle) And tables 57, 58 and 59 (KC). And tables H, I , j ,H N, O, P and Q. (Susie McLeod) And I am floating across all the tables.
- 3. To ensure each profile indicates the source table it belongs to
- 4. To add category where appropriate
- 5. To add stickerS where appropriate
- 6. It would be wonderful if we could encourage Ãles to Introduce wormholes leading along on a further say 500 entries or to the end of a mammoth task such as bulk listed change.
7. And if we could drop the euphemism and allow our people to die.
The special people listed above are helping me (William Arbuthnot) to transfer, verify and source data on particular tables. God bless them all.
For nitty/gritty detail we thought the following chart might be helpful Table all Arbuth profiles tfrd all spouses tfrd all children tfrd no WT+ error all passed over Beung created <tr> <th></th> <th>Profile ID</th> <th>Relation</th> <th>Common ancestor</th> </tr> <tr> <td>01</td> <td>H M The Queen</td> <td>10</td> <td>Patrick Lyon</td> </tr> <tr> <td>02</td> <td>James V</td> <td>12x Grt GrF</td> </tr> <tr> <td>03</td> <td>Rupert Murdoch</td> <td>3x1</td> </tr> <tr> <td>04</td> <td>17x2</td> </tr> <tr> <td>12</td> <td>Grand Duke Nikolas II (Романов) Tzar of all the Russias </td> <td>12x2</td> <td>Prince William of Orange</td> </tr> <tr> <td>13</td> <td>The Red Baron</td> <td>7x5</td> </tr>
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