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[/tvshowbiz/tiktok/index.html TikTok] has rapidly become one of most influential social media platforms for young people, with its major appeal being the ability to catapult anyone into overnight fame.  <br>But it seems that the stardom achieved from the platform can be taken away just as swiftly when a host of other influencers looking to take your place are just a click away. <br>In September last year, social media stars in their early 20s dubbed themselves 'The Wave House' and moved into a £5million mansion in the British countryside, with the chief aim of making videos for the platform. <br>They moved into new luxury digs nearby [/news/london/index.html London], which include 13-acres of land, a swimming pool, gym, spa and a 100-inch TV which cost almost £30,000- but the influencers say they were kicked out by management after just three months. <br>               Six social media influencers (pictured) have dubbed themselves 'The Wave House', and moved into a £5million mansion in the British countryside last year<br>         They have now been replaced with a new set of content creators and new Wave House will be hosting both British and American TikTok influencers.<br><br>Pictured L-R; Jimbo H; Ehiz Ufuah; Reagan Yorke; Eloise Fouladgar and Zack Fairhurst<br>Eloise Fouladgar, 22, who will return to the Wave House with her boyfriend, claimed in December that the group were due to come back after Christmas, but had their notice period cut short and were told to 'pack up and leave' by their management. <br>Backing up her fellow influencer's story Kate Elisabeth, 20, said that she was 'bamboozled' and felt 'kicked out' of the house, having been told by management they had to move out with just ten day's notice. <br>  RELATED ARTICLES  [# Previous] [# 1] [# Next]    [/femail/article-9411775/Social-media-users-share-awkward-staircase-designs.html  Stairway to hell! 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Those numbers you're never going to get again. <br>                 The first members of the house revealed their identities in a series of bizarre videos in which they reveal the content creator by taking off the spiked masks covering their entire face. Pictured, the first set of influencers with their masks on <br>'What we started doing was putting loads of pressure on ourselves to to better, get more views show people what we're about and we got lost.' <br>She says that over time 'cracks started to show' and that it was an 'intense' environment living with a 'house manager'. <br>The pair claim that they were supposed to return after Christmas in January, but were told abruptly that management wanted to 'bring something bigger and better to the table'.<br>'Management pulled us into the office and said "Listen you're moving out and you have ten days to move out".<br>'Something is happening, this house isn't making you guys happy. We have your best interests at heart. We think we can bring something bigger and better to the table, so pack up you're leaving. ' <br>Private school girl Kate added on her own channel: 'We were only given a week and a half notice before we were told we had to move out. <br>        Eloise is dating fellow influencer and Wave House member Jimbo (pictured) and they will both be returning to the house for a 'second season' <br>              London-based Ehiz (left) has 9.7million followers on TikTok, on 205k followers Instagram and 46.3K subscribers on YouTube while Zack, 21, from the US, boasts 3.3million followers on TikTok<br>        Reagan (pictured with the rest of the Wave House members)  is a content creator from Los Angeles, she boasts 114k followers on Instagram, 39.3K subscribers on YouTube and 2.8 followers on TikTok<br>'We were meant to have a Christmas holiday...I feel a fit bamboozled, kicked out of this house, I could say a lot more but what's the point?<br>She added: 'Our management told us we have to move out and we have no idea what's coming next'. <br>But their former manager has branded their stories false, saying they were keen to create 'drama' and get more views. <br>'In terms of the last members of the group they kind of wanted to explore other opportunities', said Maduako. <br>'They wanted to explore those options. Also generally it's always good - because social media is fast paced - you always want to try to keep current. <br>He said that it was their decision to leave, insisting management 'never kicked them out' the initial duration of the project was always set out to be three months - despite no contract being drawn up to specify this.<br>        <br>Explaining why Eloise has remained part of the group, he said: 'Mainly because she really wanted to give it another shot in terms of season two, and she's really iconic to the project, with her milk bath. So it was a very organic thing.'     <br>Now, the Wave House will be hosting both British and American TikTok influencers. 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==Early Life==
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Mathias was born on May 9th, 1840 in North Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania to Joseph C. King, a miller, and Elizabeth Rodabaugh. His baptismal record is found in the Brush Creek Evangelical Church records. Mysteriously, the King family cannot be found in the 1850 census, even after an extensive search. At the age of 20, Mathias is seen living with Francis M. Null and his family in the nearby East Huntingdon Township. His occupation is listed as "Farm Laborer," and was probably working on the Null farm. The rest of his family was also living nearby in East Huntingdon Township, indicating that the King family had moved sometime between 1840-1860.
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Soon after the end of the Civil War, Mathias married Mary Ann "Polly" Breegle. It is known that Mathias had worked many years with the H.C. Frick Coke Company, which operated Coke ovens throughout southwestern Pennsylvania. By 1890, Mathias had become Postmaster of Tarrs, a nearby village. As postmaster, he was the enumerator for the 1890 Veterans schedule, which detailed any Civil War veterans living nearby.
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Depending on the record, the surname is either spelled Stimmel or Stimmell. Census, newspaper, and tax records all appear to use both spellings. However, the gravestone records of Isaac's descendants consistently use Stimmell with two l's as the spelling.
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There are other families that did spell the surname as Stimmel, and there are many gravestones spelled this way. Therefore, it is probable that there are other branches of the Stimmell family who spelled the surname as Stimmel. It is also possible that Stimmel was the original spelling and that Stimmell is altered one.
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==Who were his parents?==
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In order to determine his parents, it is necessary to pinpoint an accurate birth date. Unfortunately, there are only two known sources for his birth: the 1850 and 1860 census, which list his birth years as 1816 and 1815, respectively. Therefore, when looking for his father in the 1820, 1830, and 1840 census, it will be necessary to analyze the age brackets for a son matching Isaac's age. One concern is that the two birth date sources do not yield an accurate value, especially considering that being born in 1815 is at the boundary for the age brackets in the 1820 and 1830 census. However, the 1850 census appears to lean his birth date towards the other direction, so it can be assumed that he will be in the younger age bracket of the two. For simplicity, the spelling of Stimmell will be used below even though the other families might have spelled it Stimmel.
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| style="width: 9em;"| Philip Stimmell|| style="width: 30em;" | Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland County, PA
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| style="width: 9em;"| John Stimmell|| style="width: 30em;" | South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, PA
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| style="width: 9em;"| John Stimmell|| style="width: 30em;" | Dunbar Township, Fayette County, PA
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| style="width: 9em;"| Henry Stimmell|| style="width: 30em;" | Tyrone Township, Fayette County, PA
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This list covers every Stimmell in Westmoreland and Fayette County that had a son around Isaac's age, and it can be assumed that his true father is one of these individuals.
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===Henry Stimmell===
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Henry Stimmell cannot be his father as he had another son named Isaac according to the 1850 census. This Isaac was also born around the same time as our Isaac, and there could be some confusion between the two, but this Isaac lived past the 1870 and 1880 census unlike our Isaac.
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As an aside, Henry is known to have died in 1857 intestate, as given by a deed record of his eldest son, John Stimmell (c. 1807).
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===John Stimmell (South Huntingdon Township)===
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This John Stimmell is the son of Isaac Stimmell of Revolutionary War fame. In 1830, grandfather Isaac is still listed as the head of household in South Huntingdon, but by 1840, John is then listed. In 1830, there is one son 10-14 years and one son 15-19 years, either of which could be our Isaac. There is a good chance that this is the true father as Isaac's first wife, Susan Logsden, is known to have contacts in South Huntingdon (her suspected father Archibald Logsden was seen living adjacent in 1820). Also, there is a known record that mentions both grandfather Isaac and Archibald Logsden, but it is not a traditional land deed record and the original has not been seen. The only reason this record is known is because a (partial?) transcript of the record has been published online.
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By 1850, John is then seen living in Tyrone Township with a wife Ellen Stimmell born c. 1800 and a son James born c. 1836. No will has been found.
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At one point, it was considered whether grandfather Isaac could actually be the father of our Isaac, but the elder had another known son named Isaac that was born in the 1780s.
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===John Stimmell (Dunbar Township)===
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In 1830, John Stimmell of Dunbar Township is seen with one son aged 10-14 years. Tax records show his occupation to be consistently a laborer. Based on tax records, one known son is Henry Stimmell (c. 1811) who lived in Dunbar and Connellsville. In the 1830 census, only one son is shown for any age, but the 1820 census shows two sons under the age of 10. Therefore, it is likely that Henry was living somewhere else by 1830, especially considering he would have been around 19 years old.
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In the 1850 census, an Anne Stimmell is seen living adjacent to the known son, Henry, with daughters Clarissa (c. 1836) and Elizabeth (c. 1841). Clarissa was married in 1853 in Connellsville to a Thomas Hood, and the marriage record states her parents were Analisia and Peter Stimmell. The mother, along with one of the daughters, left for Indiana sometime after the 1860 census and the mother later remarried. The mother and Clarissa are said to have been born in Delaware and Elizabeth in Virginia, so Peter would not be found in Fayette tax records. However, an 1840 census record appears to show a Peter Stimmell with a wife corresponding to the mother's age and a single daughter under the age of 5. Most notably, they are found in Monongalia County, which is immediately south of Fayette County. Unfortunately, Peter is listed as 30-39 years old, making him to old to be the 10-14 year old child in John's 1830 census. It should be noted that John's 1820 census does show 2 sons aged 10-15 years old, thus making Peter one of these sons.
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Further confirmation of Henry and Peter, sons of this John, was later found in the tax records of Saltlick Township. In 1818, John could not afford to provide schooling for his children, and they were mentioned at the end of the tax list. It only mentions two children: a Peter born in 1808 and a Henry born in 1811.
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Interestingly, a tax record for Isaac was found in 1849 in Connellsville by accident, thus making him closer to John than previously thought. Further searching revealed that he also listed in the 1845 tax list for Connellsville.
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===Philip Stimmell===
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In the 1830 census, Philip has 2 sons aged 15-19 and one son aged 10-14. Most likely, Philip died before the 1850 census as he cannot be found. A known son, Henry, is seen living in Mount Pleasant in 1840, who is one of the three aforementioned individuals in the 1830 census.
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Philip's wife, Nancy, was the name of Isaac's second born daughter. Philip is also the name of Isaac's second to last born son. Notably, this Nancy died in 1885 at the ripe age of 101.
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For many years, Philip was thought to be one of the more likely candidates for Isaac's father. Philip had lived in Mount Pleasant Township, Westmoreland County, which was directly adjacent to Bullskin Township in Fayette County, where Isaac had lived for many years. Also, Isaac had children named after Philip and Nancy, his wife. However, a key discovery in the deed records of Westmoreland County proved otherwise.
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The progenitor of the Stimmell family in Westmoreland County was Isaac Stimmell (of Revolutionary War fame), and thus many of his grandsons were named Isaac. In total, there were 3 known Isaac Stimmell's that were born around the same time period: one being our Isaac, one being the known son of Henry Stimmell (above), and an unknown third Isaac. This Isaac, whose birth date ranges from 1817 to 1822, married a Harriet sometime in the 1840s and had several children. He is seen living in Jefferson Township, Fayette County in 1850 directly adjacent to a Henry Stimmell (c. 1825), so it seemed reasonable that they could be brothers. However, for this township in 1850, the census enumerator chose to ask the county of birth too, not just the state of birth. Isaac said he was born in Westmoreland County, and Henry said he was born in Fayette County. Bizarrely, this Isaac Stimmell was noteworthy for voluntarily man-slaughtering his son in the 1880s. There are newspaper mentions and criminal records that further describe this case.
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For years, this Isaac's identity could not be determined. Depending on the individual records and perspective, the evidence pointed him in different directions. However, a key deed record comparing the estate of Nancy Stimmell, widow of Philip, with John Freeman clearly states that this Isaac, who married Harriet, was an heir of Philip and Nancy. Note that heir doesn't always mean "descendant," but Philip and Nancy had at least 6 children based on their census records, so for this Isaac to be an heir and not be son, all of their children must have passed away.
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Therefore, because Philip had another son named Isaac, he is NOT the father of our Isaac.
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===Current Conclusion===
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Ultimately, Isaac is the son of either aforementioned John Stimmell. The South Huntingdon John had contacts with the Logsden family, but the Dunbar John was physically closer to where our Isaac settled in Bullskin Township. Also, this John had a son named Henry that lived in Connellsville, where Isaac was occasionally seen in the tax records. As of now, there is no known way to differentiate between their children. Collectively, there are 3 unknown Stimmells that are children of these Johns that cannot be located and thus ruled out. Until future church records or unseen tax records appear, the identity of Isaac's parents will remain a mystery.
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Strangely, by the 1840 census, Isaac was already around 24 years old yet not found as a head of household anywhere in Westmoreland or fayette. Presumably, it is likely that he was still living with his parents, as he was not married until around 1843. This fact can be useful in making an argument for his parents' identity. 
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File:4204723_00471.jpg|frame|1850 Census, Bullskin Township, Fayette
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File:4289004_00091.jpg|frame|1860 Census, Union Borough, Fayette
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|+ Isaac Stimmell Census
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! 1840
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| *not found* || *not found*
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! 1850
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| Bullskin Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania || Tanner
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| Union Borough, Fayette County, Pennsylvania || Tanner
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Based on the tax records in Fayette County, Isaac spent his first known years in Franklin Township. By around 1845, he is then seen living in Bullskin Township where he lived until at least 1855. As of writing, the tax microfilm for Union Township has not been released. Strangely, Isaac is listed twice in the 1845 and 1849 tax records: once in Bullskin Township and once in Connellsville, which are both adjacent to each other.
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File:Isaac 1842 Franklin.jpg|frameless|Franklin Township, Fayette, 1842
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File:Isaac 1844 Franklin.jpg|frameless|Franklin Township, Fayette, 1844
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File:Isaac 1845 Franklin.jpg|frameless|Franklin Township, Fayette, 1845
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File:1845 Henry Isaac.jpg|frameless|Connellsville, Fayette, 1845(2)
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File:Isaac 1846.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1846
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File:Isaac 1847.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1847
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File:Isaac 1848.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1848
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File:Isaac 1849.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1849
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File:$ Mystery Isaac Connellsville 1849.jpg|frameless|Connellsville, Fayette, 1849(2)
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File:Isaac 1850.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1850
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File:Isaac 1851.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1851
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File:Isaac 1852.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1852
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File:Isaac 1853.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1853
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File:Isaac 1854.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1854
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File:Isaac 1855.jpg|frameless|Bullskin Township, Fayette, 1855
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| *not found* || *not found*
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| Laborer || 67, 1 cattle
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| Laborer|| 67, 1 cattle
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| Tanner || 75
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! 1848
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| Tanner || 48, 1 cattle
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! 1849
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| Tanner || 47, 1 cattle
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! 1849 (2)
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| Tanner || 75
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! 1850
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| Tanner || 107, 1 cattle
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! 1851
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| Tanner || 83, 1 cattle
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! 1852
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| Tanner || 109, 1 cattle
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|-
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! 1853
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| Tanner || 108, 1 cattle
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! 1854
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| Tanner || 108, 1 cattle
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! 1855
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| Tanner || 100
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|}
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==Land and Deed Records==
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After searching in both Westmoreland and Fayette Counties, no land records has been found pertaining to Isaac. Based on the above tax and census records, it does not appear that Isaac ever owned land. Also, his known occupation as a tanner would not require one to own any land.
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==Death==
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Sometime between the 1860 and 1870 census, Isaac had passed away. It is not known when specifically he died, what he died of, or even where he is buried. To this day, no gravestone has been found. All that is known is that Susan listed herself as "widowed" by the 1870 census. Also, no further record of Isaac living past the 1860 census has been found.
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In addition, no wills, letters of administration, or orphans court records have been found.
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Welcome to MitchellLewisFamily.com

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71 historic individuals from all over the world

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Getting Started

To create a biography, type in a name into the box above, or click "Add a Person" on the left sidebar. When you enter a name, you will be taken to a blank editor page with an empty "Person" template. From here, simply enter the known information about that person. If some of the information is not known, simply leave it blank. You can always go back and add more information.

{{Person
|name        =
|image       =
|image_size  =
|birth_date  =
|death_date  =
|birth_place =
|death_place =
|father      =
|mother      =
|partner1    = 
}}

To link individuals in a tree, make sure to define the father and mother of a person as their exact page name. For example, if Joe Smith Jr. (1900-2000) has a father Joe Smith Sr. (1850-1950), then use the complete page name Joe Smith Sr. (1850-1950) as the father's name.

|father = Joe Smith Sr. (1850-1950)

Just like Wikipedia, there cannot be two pages that have the same name. Therefore, if a person's name is already taken, try adding a birth and death date (i.e. 1900-2000).

Joe Smith (1900-2000)

If there is an approximate birth or death date, use the letter "c." for circa.

Joe Smith (c.1815-1900)

If one of the dates is not known, use a "?".

Joe Smith (?-1812)

If the page name with dates is still taken, try adding a place location.

Joe Smith (1900-2000) (Pennsylvania)

For more than one spouse, change the ending number consecutively.

|partner1 = Mary Smith (1900-1940)
|partner2 = Elizabeth Jones (1900-1950)
|partner3 = Anna Brown (1900-1960)

Once a page has been created, you can use the regular wiki-syntax to talk about a person. For example, one can use equal signs to make sections, input files and pictures throughout the page, and make proper citations.