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Barnstar for greatly expanding the Maryland article about Arthur Pue Gorman FlugKerl (talk) 10:11, 7 September 2013 (UTC)
Thank you! The research has been interesting. —ADavidB 10:16, 7 September 2013 (UTC)

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Spurrier's tavern[edit]

Could you doublecheck the ref below for Mary Surrat Jenkins. The ref only mentions she was "born" in Clinton, but "raised" at Waterloo "The Calvert Property". Calvert owned multiple tobacco plantations, but only the Spurrier's property would have the name Waterloo associated with it.

  • Roy Z. Chamlee. Lincoln's Assassins: A Complete Account of Their Capture, Trial, and Punishment. p. 98. 
  • Mistress of Riversdale: The Plantation Letters of Rosalie Stier Calvert. p. 384. 

— Preceding unsigned comment added by FlugKerl (talkcontribs) 20:11, 13 November 2013‎ (UTC)

Thanks for the citations; I removed their "ref" tags above so they'd display better here. Some additional sources I've found include:
A primary concern is that many of these sources clearly state that the "Calvert('s) Manor" or "Waterloo" at which Jenkins was born (or raised) was in Prince George's County. Spurrier's was in present-day Howard County, which at that time remained part of a larger Anne Arundel County, not Prince George's County.
We know that "Waterloo" was applied to the former Spurrier property, but we don't know that Calvert or others didn't also apply the name to other property in Prince George's County. Reaching our own conclusion that Jenkins' home was the Waterloo in Howard/Anne Arundel gets into original research, which we need to avoid.
ADavidB 16:27, 14 November 2013 (UTC)
It looks like all of these references are a variation of text from a single source which either mistakenly assumed Waterloo was in P.G., or mistakenly assumed that the Calvert plantation she was raised at was Waterloo. (Calvert bounced from plantation to plantation managing crops and staff, so she may have been both in P.G. and at Waterloo at points in time) Either way a book, record or newspaper reference is not easily available online, but may present itself in the future. It's worth keeping an eye out for. FlugKerl (talk) 15:51, 15 November 2013 (UTC)

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Robinson Nature Center Article[edit]

Thanks for all the cleanup on the articles... As of the acreage citation, take a look on the land plats pictured. On the HO-525 hsitorical document, it shows the land as 23.75 acres. It exactly matches the outline of the current property on the Howard County GIS. It is possible that the newspaper article is off when it mentioned 18 acres, or a portion of the property was "split off" that is not well documented. FlugKerl (talk)

Thanks for the details. I repeated a cite of the HO-636 article which describes it as "22 acres". The hand-drawn acreage on the map looks like it might be a corrected "21.75", with the 'one' written over some other number, combined to look also look like a 'two' or 'three'. —ADavidB 06:32, 10 June 2014 (UTC)[edit]

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Help with Reince Priebus[edit]

Hi ADavidB, I came across your name on the Reince Priebus article's Talk page and wonder if you would have a bit of time to help with some corrections and proposed additions for that article. The largest correction that I'm looking for help with is correcting Priebus's name, which the article currently gives as "Reinhold Reince Priebus" but should be "Reinhold Richard Priebus" (since Reince is a nickname). I'd also like to clarify his parents' names and occupations. In addition, I do have some new material to suggest to expand the information on his education and career.

I'd like to be clear that I do have a financial conflict of interest with this article, since I'm working for RNC to offer these suggestions, so I won't make any direct edits to the article. The corrections and proposed additions are outlined on the article's Talk page here. If you're able to take a look, it would be great if you could leave me any comments there and make any changes you think look ok. Thanks, 16912 Rhiannon (Talk · COI) 23:54, 9 December 2014 (UTC)

Another editor and I have updated Priebus's name in the article, and I've made some changes to the "Early life and education" section. —ADavidB 14:49, 12 December 2014 (UTC)
Thanks so much, I appreciate you making those changes. Do you have any thoughts on the changes I suggested but that you haven't made? 16912 Rhiannon (Talk · COI) 22:01, 12 December 2014 (UTC)

Arundel High School edits[edit]

Hi there, I've been noticing some of your edits on Arundel High School. Some have been very helpful, such as the Wildcat Hour and Notable Graduates section. However, the one about the "Violence" does not really belong there. The reason is because "Violence" would refer to violence being a usual occurrence. There have been several schools with similar incidents, but over time, the topic of the incident becomes less important, such as the former Broadneck High School "pit" incidents, and the student that was beaten at South River High School and had to be taken to the hospital for immediate emergency care. The incident was not the first of its kind, it did not cause any controversy, so therefore it is not noteworthy. It was just a fight that got out of hand. An example of something noteworthy would be if similar incidents occurred, or if they caused controversy, such as the Meade High School incidents in the "Past Problems" section. Again, I thank you for your contributions, and want to let you know of some certain things.

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I believe in neutrality and continue to disagree with your reasoning for omitting any notice of the incident wherein 8 students were arrested only weeks ago. This news was significant enough to be covered in both Washington and Baltimore, as evidenced by the provided source citations. If you have reliable sources (e.g. not Arundel staff, students, or parents) who support your belief that it was minor, then that info could be included as well. The sentence was in the Wildcat Hour section; it doesn't have to be in its own section, but you removed it from where it was. Perhaps it would better be placed at the end of the Students section before Best Buddies. It's simply too recent for removal. —ADavidB 01:49, 6 January 2015 (UTC)
Eight arrests? That seems like far more than an ordinary school fight. At least this edit should be discussed on the article's talk page. I'm going to restore it for now and inform Itscatsseason. Meters (talk) 02:20, 6 January 2015 (UTC)

Yes, LOCAL news covered the incident, just like LOCAL news covered the Broadneck and South River incidents. That happens. However there is such thing as "old news," and that's what this incident will be in a few months, so there is no need for it being on the wiki page. Just two school years ago, Annapolis High School had a very similar incident, yet it's not on their wiki page, nor does it affect the school at all today. Itscatsseason (talk) 02:25, 6 January 2015 (UTC)

Please take it to the article's talk page so all interested parties can see it. I've already started it. Meters (talk) 02:31, 6 January 2015 (UTC) check-in[edit]

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My new SAI competition article[edit]

Hi Adavidb,
As you saw, I've just launched my new article on the Sweet Adelines International competition - and sub-articles for the detailed competition results for the 2010s in both choruses and quartets. As you can imagine, it's been a HUGE effort to make this article :-) As the person who has created the most articles in this field I thought I'd drop you a line to say hi, and ask if you'd like to help me start making the earlier decades' articles? I hope you don't mind but I've now redirected the List of quartet winners article that you created to my new one as they cover the same content. If you'd like I can give you a rundown of how to use the template I've had built to handle displaying the scores for each year's comps - Template:Sweet Adelines International Competition year table row (if the documentation isn't clear). Sincerely, Wittylama 14:01, 25 April 2015 (UTC)

I don't mind the redirect. My time is more limited lately, but as available I'll take a look at the template you mentioned and see about working on the prior decades' articles. I advise inclusion of numerous reliable sources, since some editors are very particular about notability requirements and seek deletion of articles considered unworthy. Thanks for your editing. —ADavidB 21:39, 25 April 2015 (UTC) account[edit]

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I read the thread, and I'm fully in agreement with it, as I understand it is refers to navigational links. The link in question is an external reference, a concept which is fully supported by Wikipedia. If you're going to insist on such a literal and out-of-context interpretation of the statement in the (unofficial) guidance from WP:NAV, you had better censor out the stat_ref parameter setting from all instances of Template:Largest cities! That would be in error, in my opinion, as there would be no source citation for verification. —ADavidB 18:05, 12 July 2015 (UTC)
Navboxes across wikipedia aren't sourced. They are for internal wikipedia links to common articles. Articles have the sources. Go to the talk page for NAVBOX and raise this subject as I said in my last edit summary....William 18:28, 12 July 2015 (UTC)
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This was disambiguated to Riverdale Park, Maryland. —ADavidB 11:26, 2 October 2015 (UTC)

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I'm not sure why you reverted my edit here. The data was from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is likely to be more accurate and less biased than data from a local newspaper or the city police department. Thank you. Magnolia677 (talk) 15:01, 15 January 2017 (UTC)

The changes I undid began by stating an even 300 murders in 2015. On checking the CDC source provided, I found no reference to this number (and still don't). Perhaps the info is buried and needs to be searched again, though the original 'jssesionid' in the link seems to have already expired. I believe the well-established Baltimore Sun (currently sourced to show 344 homicides that year) is generally considered a reliable source, despite being "a local newspaper", and I see another citation from it was kept later in the paragraph you edited. —ADavidB 20:34, 15 January 2017 (UTC)
The CDC stated 300 homicides, and also that this was the highest for any county in the United States in 2015. This is notable. There's a wide discrepancy between the police data and the CDC. I'll start a discussion on the talk page. Thanks. Magnolia677 (talk) 20:48, 15 January 2017 (UTC)
I'll watch for the talk page discussion. You may know, but in case not, Baltimore city is independent of Baltimore County. I'm interested in what search options you specified to get total homicide numbers. If you have a reliable source on the wide discrepancy you mentioned, that info can be included. —ADavidB 02:15, 16 January 2017 (UTC)

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Bannon images[edit]

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Resolved. —ADavidB 11:29, 30 March 2017 (UTC)

Theodore Roosevelt[edit]

Your continual meddling with U.S. English punctuation in the sentence ending "he proclaims it the 'party of the people,' in contrast with the other major parties," is quite annoying. Please direct your attention to the following passages in WP:MOS

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Obviously, an article about a president of the U.S. has "strong ties to a particular English-speaking nation," the United States. Further, the rest of the article follows U.S. English style with regard to punctuation, which is as it should be.

Kindly cease and desist from inserting British English punctuation into this article. Thank you. Sca (talk) 17:29, 10 April 2017 (UTC)

I believe you are mistaken in applying nation-specific punctuation style to articles here, with spelling and word meaning what's meant with regard to articles with strong ties to a particular English-speaking nation. I clearly showed MOS:COMMA as my source for an guideline, which also links to MOS:QUOTEMARKS and MOS:TQ. Your preference being changed twice (for this stated purpose) does not constitute "continual meddling"; kindly cease and desist from such exaggeration. To continue your quotations of style passages, here's one from MOS:TQ that's very direct to my point.
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ADavidB 19:09, 10 April 2017 (UTC)
Mistaken? Why?
I can assure you that, based on my four decades' experience with U.S. media and publishing, the punctuation style you insist on is not accepted practice in U.S. English. Nor do I accept it, regardless of what anyone at Wikipedia may decree. Wiki is not the final authority on questions of language. Sca (talk) 00:03, 11 April 2017 (UTC)
This apparent statement that you'll only agree to Wikipedia guidelines if they agree with what you consider correct outside Wikipedia... explains a lot. My response is that we should defer to Wikipedia guidelines for Wikipedia articles, and other guidelines for written content not on Wikipedia. Further, if an editor wants a guideline changed, I believe the process in place should be used to draw support and potentially bring about that change. —ADavidB 03:05, 11 April 2017 (UTC)

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The edit you linked was after mine, by Editosaurus. Please be more careful in your identification of unconstructive edits. —ADavidB 15:18, 22 May 2017 (UTC)

Spatini in Template:Tomato sauces[edit]

I placed Spatini under Manufacturers and Brands in Template:Tomato sauces because I believe that Spatini is a registered trademark owned by the only company that manufactures it (McCormick & Company's subsidiary, Lawry's). You moved Spatini to Varieties because you said it's a variety now made by various companies. Respectfully, may I ask if you could possibly say what other company besides the trademark owner, McCormick & Company's subsidiary Lawry's, now also makes Spatini? AlineXu (talk) 06:11, 11 June 2017 (UTC)

The Spatini sauce article states that it used to be manufactured by Spatini Co. (their brand) but since 2007 has been made by Lipton, Unilever, and McCormick. (A clarification that only the last of these presently produces it was not in the article when I made my edits.) I took this to mean it became a variety produced by these companies, rather than its own separate brand. If this is incorrect, please make changes, optimally including references for verification. —ADavidB 11:06, 11 June 2017 (UTC)
Thanks! Your updates were greatly helpful in getting the Spatini sauce article polished and fully up to Wikipedia standards. AlineXu (talk) 20:45, 12 June 2017 (UTC)
Your're welcome, and ... thanks for your thanks. —ADavidB 20:49, 12 June 2017 (UTC)