Alan Wyatt
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Alan Wyatt

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Alan C. Wyatt
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posted by Anne B
Alan... I am wondering if you could share any sources for the relationship between David Wyatt (1799-1871) and Aaron Wyatt (1765-1831)? I've been looking for sources for months and am coming up empty-handed. Thank you!
Hi Alan,

You have a genealogical mistake that needs to be corrected, thank you! cannot be the son of because the first one's father is William Wyatt, not John Wyatt. Please make corrections to Wyatt-722 accordingly! Thank you!

posted by Anonymous Wyatt
Hi Alan,

I'm a Wyatt descendant from the Plain Dealing Plantation. My Y DNA is R1a, R-Y2631, kit 148160 at ftdna. Thanks! Robert

posted by Anonymous Wyatt
Hi Alan,

My husband is a descendant of Thomas Wyatt, and I'm working on this profile and lineage with the Magna Carta project to document the descent from Magna Carta surety baron William Malet, as shown in the work by Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry.

In the process of improving the profile for Thomas Wyatt, I have saved your lengthy comment from Wikipedia and other sources, to incorporate parts of it into the biography narrative as footnotes. The comment itself needs to be deleted. WikiTree now has a policy on how to use Wikipedia articles, and the comment needs to be re-formatted to not overrun the Comment Box. Since the comment was made in 2012, the size of Comment Boxes has been reduced, and it would no longer fit. But the data is still useful.

Alan - FYI - working on Brooke-40. Noticed your reference to Wikipedia. That page has since been deleted. Do you happen to have a source for Eleanor Anstill? She doesn't appear in the research I am using. Thanks
posted by PM Eyestone
HI Alan, I appreciate your interest in the Magna Carta project! To follow the project discussions in the G2G Forum, go to My WikiTree drop-down menu and click G2G Profile. click MY Feed box at the top of the page on right. Near the top of that page you will see "Tags Followed" - click "add or edit" and type in magna_carta. That way you will receive notification of all of our discussions. You can also drop into our page on Google+ at
We would love to have your contributions on the project. Reading our latest project page, which is Magna Carta Base Camp, you will see where the focus of the project is this year. Please see the main project page at for more links and explanations.

I'd love to hear from you on what interests you the most about the project - the early Colonial ancestors, or creating template trails on the generations from them to the Magna Carta surety barons.

If you do not have time to contribute to the work right now, you can still follow the project's progress, and make comments, with the links provided. Please let me know what you'd most like to do.

Hi Alan, go on this site to request Souhern Colonies Project membership.
posted by Cheryl (Stone) Caudill

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