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There is a prompt that there may be a duplicate of George Rollitt GFMG-BYB, who is George Rollett LJKP-8VC. George Rollitt's name changes from Rollitt to Rollett to Rollit over different censuses and records. There is a birth record for a George Rollitt in 1862 and one for a George Rollett in 1861. When I went to George Rollett's personal page, he had no sources attached, all his ordinances were done, and his parents were hidden. Knowing who his parents are is the only way to determine if these two Georges are duplicates. Would someone please let me know who the parents are that George Rollett LJKP-8VC is sealed to.
George Rollitt GFMG-BYB, is, in my view, clearly a duplicate of George Rollett LJKP-8VC.
Looking at the GRO, George Rollitt 1862 was born in the Worksop district which includes Blyth. His mother's maiden name was Revill. George Rollett 1861 was born in the Gainsborough district with a mother Adcock. So I think it clear that the former is the correct birth record.
The reason the parents for LJKP-8VC are "hidden" is that you deleted them! It was also you that created the new record and detached sources from the old one.
I am confused. It is unclear to me where your uncertainty lies. Variations in spelling of surnames were very common in those days. The difference between Rollitt and Rollett is almost nothing compared to some spelling variations I have seen.
Thank you for responding. When I first looked at George Rollett LJKP-8VC, the parents were hidden and there were no sources. The parents were hidden before I merged and then unmerged the two Georges, not because I removed them. When I saw that there were two Georges so close in area and years, that's when I wondered if I had gotten it right. It's not just Rollitt and Rollett that are close, it's also 1861 and 1862 and the areas that are close. Census records are many times guessing what the birth year is and with no sources listed, I can't know what record someone used to come up with the birth year. This is why it would be nice to know who the parents are that were sealed to George Rollett LJKP-8VC. Since everyone has been deceased for so long, it's a mystery why they are hidden.0
My apologies. George LJKP-8VC was originally linked to George Rollett KHQS-5CW and Hannah Revill K45K-X6M. He was unlinked from them in 2018 - see the changes section on the right side of the person screen. Hence the "hidden parents". The reason given was that George KHQS-5CW was actually married to Ann Holmes LYGB-1RS.
I have not attempted to unravel the whole history but clearly there were two people named George Rollett born around the same time in locations not very far apart. KHQS-5CW was christened in Old Brampton, Derbyshire in 1833 and born in 1832. He married Ann Holmes. He has a duplicate George Rowlet MZ9S-L5F.
The second is MQKF-KF5 who was christened in Blyth, Nottinghamshire and married Hannah Revill.
The wrong George was linked to Hannah Revill and also to George LJKP-8VC as a child. This has now been sorted but George LJKP-8VC was unlinked until you linked him to MQKF-KF5 and Hannah. You then unlinked him and created the new George GFMG-BYB who you have linked to George and Hannah in place of George LJKP-8VC.
I remain of the view that LJKP-8VC and GFMG-BYB should be merged. That should sort the hidden parents issue.1
Thank you for that follow-up. Now it makes sense to me and I have merged LJKP-8VC and GFMG-BYB. Those wood puzzle pieces fit the best together. Thanks for your research and response.1