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Team Leader - Joan Whitaker
Welcome to the team page of the England BioBuilders
BioBuilders clean up biography and sources sections and develop interesting, well-written, sourced biographies for profiles using inline sourcing.
England project BioBuilders are Joan Whitaker (Team Leader)| Susie MacLeod | Michelle Wilkes | Lynden Raber Castle Rodriguez | Janet Wild |Wendy Sullivan | Patricia Hickin | Robert Walker |Valerie Crowley | Teresa Downey || Stephanie Meredith | Hilary Gadsby | Robert Stiles |Robin Anderson |Pam Kreutzer | Pat Reynolds |Pip Sheppard |Stephen Trueblood|Alan Fann |Chris Colwell| Mary Blundell | Michael Christmas |Sandy Edwards | Sally Douglas | Elaine Goodner |
How Can You Help
Any help you can give by writing biographies on your own profiles and on orphan profiles is appreciated. Biography writers also help by providing examples of good well written biographies.
As a BioBuilder for the England Project you might want to do more. There are some ideas below.
If you enjoy challenges, then join the monthly BioBuilders Challenge. Work on the English profiles.
Join your county's team. Build biographies on profiles from your county.
Become a Connecting Buddy
If you can never find the right links to make a connection, but are happy to make the profiles an write biographies, then being a Connecting Buddy could be for you. Visit the Connecting Buddy page for more information.
Look for a Profile to Improve
How to Write a Biography
- Biography building does not have to be hard if you follow a few simple rules.
- Start on the important information, birth marriage and death. Make a short statements about each and add an inline source. eg. John Smith married Mary Jones in 1844 at Place, County. (Add an inline reference to the source)
- Add any information found from the census. Insert this information either in date order or as a list underneath the biography. Don't forget to add sources.
- You can then insert any other information you have, such as newspaper reports and historical information regarding events taking place at the time your ancestor lived.
- Finally add any children, photographs and categories and anything else you consider to be important.
- If you have any extra information that does not belong in the biography, then add a Research Note.
- Looking at biographies written by other people can give you ideas on how to make yours better.
On 10 Jul 2019 at 06:24 GMT Michael Christmas wrote:
On 10 Jul 2019 at 04:06 GMT Vivienne Caldwell wrote:
On 20 Jun 2019 at 05:15 GMT Sally (Rowe) Douglas wrote: