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Gedcom for Werelate.ged Imported Successfully [2 August 2008]
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Died on a voyage to Ireland
Hi, I am an admin for WeRelate. We can't have this sort of Place. There is no country. The search engine uses our place pages in the search and it won't know what to do with this. I am sorry but I needn't to delete the place page. I added the information to your person and family pages. :)--sq 21:33, 24 April 2009 (EDT)
Regarding Cruickshank changes [20 June 2009]
Hi Joana, no I am not related. I am a volunteer merging duplicate pages for the duplicate review project. You are welcome; it would be a nice addition to the pages if you uploaded their pictures. --Beth 16:29, 20 June 2009 (EDT)
Nimrod Branham/Bramham [24 September 2011]
Hello, I noticed the change you made to Nimrod Branham, revising his surname to "BraMham". This family, from England was normally spelled "Branham", but the alternate spelling (Bramham) was also added as an alternate spelling, so your change was un-necessary and the capitalization of the "M" in the middle of the surname was obviously incorrect. We would appreciate it if you would not change names of persons already on WeRelate unless it is absolutely necessary and the records back up such a change.
Thanks and best regards,
Jim (Administrative Staff on WeRelate)--Delijim 12:47, 23 September 2011 (EDT)
In reference to the message you placed on my talk page, here is the will of Richard Branham, one of the early Branham's in Virginia (notice the spelling, which appears to be the typical spelling of this family in England). As Scott indicated on my talk page, many names had varied spellings, so getting into "surname spelling wars" is not what a wiki site like WeRelate is about. Your preferred spelling "Bramham" was added as a "alternate spelling" on the web page in question. Many surnames had multiple spellings in records, as well as changing somewhat from generation to generation, so that is what the "alt surname" field is for. You can add records to the Person pages, showing that there are multiple spellings, if you'd like, which would also help other researchers.
His son Richard, used the "Bramham" spelling (and he has "Bramham" as his alt surname):
Jim (Administrative Staff on WeRelate)