You may have noticed that I did some editing 16 months ago. You made no comment, and you stopped editing a few months later.
You have some excellent content here. But some of it duplicates what is already on Wikia's big genealogy wiki, Familypedia. If your articles were on Familypedia (merged where necessary), they could be easily integrated into the clever systems developed over 13 years and could then semi-automatically display tables of children, parents, siblings, and the places of life events. They would also be automatically listed at http://familypedia.wikia.com/wiki/Hartford%2C_Connecticut/bdm - so that your clearly significant link with Hartford would not be swallowed up in a worldwide jumble.
We could simply import your articles into Familypedia and gradually or maybe programmatically) "upgrade" them into our system. What do you think?
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