Robin Wood

Robin Wood

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Robin J. Wood
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As I am a Keane please let me know of your recently posted KEANE . My Keane's were from County Mayo, Ireland and came to USA in 1800's
posted by Robert Keane
Hi Robin, concerning Toeni-26 I don't follow all your messages, but like my messages earlier in the day I am guessing you noticed different things as you went further. The main body is not short, but is also not well done. The main thing I added was some good sources, which I checked to at least confirm the basics. But, just to be clear, we can't always have sources with handy online versions unfortunately. Sanders and Keats-Rohan are visible online only in bits and pieces for me but I have copies. Complete Peerage is available from familysearch for download.
posted by Andrew Lancaster
Hi Robin,

Thankyou for your message re: Elizabeth Conningsby (Parker), I added the source whilst I was taking part in the Source A Thon. I've reviewed the record and have removed the incorrect marriage Source, I've now updated the profile with links to the avaialable online sources. Becky

posted by Becky Troth
Hello Robin.

Kelway is an alternative spelling for our family - there have been a lot of them.

Rockbouurne was the home of a major family in the 14-1500s. And I have a lot of information on the early medieval family.

Kind regards

Warwick Kellaway

posted by Warwick Kellaway
Hi Robin, forgot to ask you a question about Margaret, if your in agreement that she didn't exist, will you start the process? Apparently a G2G question needs to be posted, and a note put on the Disproven Existence page about why she should be considered for their project. Plus, you have to be in agreement, as manager, for them to take on the project. Let me know if you'd rather I started the process. Also, did you want to take on the two Tyndale profiles I started?
posted by P Kreutzer
Hi Robin, I disconnected Margaret from John Tyndale. So after discussing this with the England Project, it seems good to add Hugh as John's father and to add a gap son for John, so John and Richard stay connected. I thought you'd like to be the manager of them, once I've made them. Also, I think Margaret is going to become a 'disproven existence' person, once she meets all the requirements. I certainly can't prove she existed in that time period.
posted by P Kreutzer
Hi Robin. I am working on the Berkeley of Bruton line of Maurice Berkeley with another member. I can see that you manage many of these profiles so if you see increased activity with them, that will be us! I have many references to add to support your research and to justify a merge that we want to do with Francis Berkeley. I agree that some of these children may not belong there so I'll see what I can find.
posted by Simone Cody
Hi Robin, both William and Hugh Tyndale are a

head ache. I am having trouble with these two

posted by Donald McDonald
Hi Robin, I've been working on John Tyndale and Margaret Halbert for the England Project. I've got a question or two for you. I've proposed that Margaret be detached from John, and so far there's been no objections, so that will probably happen after a few weeks. There is a profile for a Mary Margaret Halbert in the 1800's, if Margaret Halbert is reworked on data, she could be merged away rather then left hanging. If you think that's a good idea, I'll mention it to the England Project to get their feedback. Then there's the son Richard, I've proposed he be detached also, I think his either a grandson or a great-grandson, what do you think about putting the time-line I have on John's profile onto Richard's profile also, under Research Notes? Thank you.
posted by P Kreutzer
Hi, Robin, My initial question was a response to your question on Wyndham-8. The year currently listed on Ann Wyndham is an estimation. I can not tell you when or where exactly with any confidence of where she was born (England, Ireland, Wales?). I can say that she was the daughter of Thomas Wyndham who she is currently connected with. There are a lot of falsified data on Ann Wyndham currently on the Internet and she, along with her husband Capt. John William James and their children, need completely new research done to determine birth year, place, etc. Capt. James was Welsh and they likely ended up in Ireland (where their children left from c.1733 to Williamsburg, South Carolina)
posted by Bobby Godfrey

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