Sally (Stovall) Williams
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Sally (Stovall) Williams

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Sally M. Williams formerly Stovall
Born 1960s.
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Sister of [half], [private brother (1950s - unknown)] [half] and [private brother (1960s - unknown)]
Mother of [private son (1990s - unknown)]
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Sally (Stovall) Williams is a Texan.
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  • My Biography [[2]]
  • Famous Stovall People [[3]]
  • Amazing and Most Used Links Available to anyone [[4]]
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  • Dinsmore Books - [[6]]


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posted by Robin Lee
Hi Sally, why these US (19th century) additions to universal profiles, also when the deaths involved were not of children but young adolescents (example: Maerten Slabbert (bef. 1696 - 1713) - I removed this profile from this image on 24 Nov 2020 as it represents not a toddler, infant or young child that had died, but a teenager at the age of 17; it is also a South African/Dutch profile, not an US profile - the background image is still there though) or even adults as in the case of Jan Cornelis Frappé (bef. 1728 - aft. 1742) who got married (still has to be sourced). Somewhere in the past I also posted a G2G-question about this, but I can't find it now.
posted by Philip van der Walt
Hi Sally, thanks for the clean-up job on Sally Dinsmore's profile. I often throw up my hands when there's so much extra stuff from several merges and managers. I appreciate your work. Jane
posted by Jane (Snell) Copes
Hi Sally. You just tried changing a man's name from "St George" to "Saint George". This is a mistake, it's not a prefix, it's a genuine first name, I guess you just haven't encountered it before. For comparison, there are plenty of people who have "St John" as a first name, and it's pronounced "sinjin" (not "Saint John"), examples here. So I've reverted your edit, but I wanted to let you know in case you've been doing this to other profiles, because you'll need to go back and fix them too.

By the way, even if "St" were a prefix in this case, you shouldn't be including periods after abbreviations, per the WikiTree naming rules here.

Ahhh! I learned about this first name and its pronunciation while reading Jane Eyre!
posted by Jane (Snell) Copes
Hi Sally I added you to Texas Roots subproject] Feel free to post something about your self there..

Thanks for your interest,

Mary Texas project coordinator

posted by Mary Richardson