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All in all this is an excellent article, however, it really is deficient in citations. I've added the best citation I can find for the quote from Darwin, and a map of the locality from Bath Spa. However, the article does need to reference the facts and show sources. Even listing the original sources would improve it n-fold. Also, removed the architecture flag, it was a little tenuous.Kbthompson 14:19, 3 November 2006 (UTC)
Split into notable family members
This "dynastic" arrangement of several individually notable people strikes me as outmoded here. The narrative arc isn't really our house style. I think splitting the article, though requiring some work, would be justified. Charles Matthews (talk) 18:57, 19 April 2017 (UTC)
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