Category talk:Redirects from moves
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|This category and its populating template were considered for deletion on 26 December 2010. The result of the discussion was delete BUT not until . . .|
|This category's populating template, Template:R from move, was again considered for deletion on 11 September 2013. The result of the discussion was no consensus to delete. Following that deletion discussion was an RFC on the template's talk page. The result of that discussion was to automate the process and add Template:R from move to all redirects that are left behind from a page move/rename.|
Template:R from move has been nominated for deletion. You are invited to comment on the discussion at the template's entry on the Templates for discussion page. Thank you. — Paine Ellsworth ( CLIMAX ) 08:05, 6 January 2011 (UTC)
Redirect from Angus Cunninghame Graham to Angus Cunninghame Graham
This has introduced an unfortunate error and leads to an inconsistency with his uncle Robert's name (R B Cunninghame Graham) and his great-great-great grandfather (Robert Cunninghmae Graham of Gartmore & Finlaystone) which is correctly used without hyphen.
The surname Cunninghame Graham, which dates from 1796, is a Scottish one and not na English one and, therefore, is not hyphenated (see note on AEMBCG's naval service record). It has never been hyphenbated see Footnote 1 of Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham wikipedia entry).
The Lord Lyon expressly forbids the hyphenation of surnames where there is a potential claim to Head of Family or Scottish Chief (Graham of Gartmore being the senior cadet of the Grahams of Menteith).
The redirection should be from the erroneous hyphenated version to the correct version.