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What my name is
My name is Alison Weir,author of many books.I was merely inserting information!No need to adopt that tone with me,my lad!This is your FIRST WARNING.Love,Alison.
There is no reason to be replacing names and putting them into "last name, first name" format as you have done at George III of the United Kingdom among other articles. Alansohn (talk) 20:48, 13 December 2010 (UTC)
On the contrary,there is every need.I feel there is no reason why we should give precedence to unearned ,silly ,noble titles,over their REAL names.