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I'm a long-time, low intensity Wikipedia editor.
My interests include history, nature, science, computers.
- 2013-03-12. Sort out White Park, if necessary.
- 2013-11-25. Create page for Thomas Delaval.
- 2013-11-25. Place better citations in Delaval.
- 2013-11-25. Update Delavals from Askham, guided by own HTML document on Delavals.
- To list all pages containing "abc", search for "intitle.abc".
- Under the Indian numbering system, a lakh is 1,00,000 and a crore is 1,00,00,000.
My contributions include:
- Improvements to Branxton, Northumberland (June 2003 onward, my intro to editing)
- Bio of Samuel Finer, the UK political scientist (February 2006)
- Articles on Delaval (English aristocratic surname) and the representative assembly (March 2006)
- Improvements to Seaton Delaval Hall including pictures (April 2006 onward)
- Bio of Jonathan Israel, a British historian now in the States (June 2006)
- Short article on Cauldron Snout, a cataract in upper Teesdale, northern England (July 2006)
- Bio of Ralph Henry Carless Davis, a deceased British historian (July-October 2006)
- Mini-bios of Oliver Shepard and Charles R. Burton, British explorers, and bits added to Transglobe Expedition (September 2008)
- Mini-bio of Robert C. Allen, another British (economic) historian (December 2009)
- Brief article on Metro Bank (UK) (July 2010)
- Mini-bio of Jonathan Wood (hedge fund manager) (September 2010)
- Short article on Building Societies Act 1986, a key part of the causation of the 2007-08 Crunch in the United Kingdom (January 2011)
- Mini-bio of Thomas Harrison Hair, an artist famous for scenes of the coal and other industries in north-eastern England in the first half of the 19th century (January 2011)
- Smallish article on Northumberlandia, a new landscape sculpture in northern England (August 2011)
- Mini-bio of Leo Gershoy, an American historian of the French revolution (September 2011)
- Brief article on the Catrail, an ancient linear earthwork in southern Scotland (September 2011)
- Smallish article on the Natural History Society of Northumbria, stub for Gosforth Park Nature Reserve and adjustments to Gosforth Park-related articles (April 2012)
- Some content in History of Geneva on its 18th century (having split that history content out of Geneva (June 2012)
- Mini-bio of Alfred P. Smyth, a British mediaevalist (and links thereto) (June 2012)
- Minor improvements to many articles, occasional overhauls of others, and occasional uploading of photos for articles (ongoing)
- Watching several pages for vandalism, e.g. such vandalism honeypots as Filippo Brunelleschi, Cosimo de' Medici, Demographics of India, Demographics of Pakistan, Demographics of Bangladesh (ongoing)