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Hi, I've been watching your edits to the article Court (royal), so thanks for adding content. However in line with WP:VERIFY, please can you add sources to everything you add, as well as reading up on that policy. If you have any problems, message me on my talk page. Thanks, SamWilson989 (talk) 16:36, 25 February 2015 (UTC)
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…out of interest and respect, did a first pass edit at the Scales articles, because the sources had become "broken" (URL links no longer worked), or were otherwise in need of more information (resolutions, needed more detail to know who, what, when, where). As a result, there is some tagging, but nothing major. Now that the sources cited -- in the Mary article, at least -- are again fully accessible, what we need to do is open each article and see what it contains, ensuring each biographical insight has a source, and that every existing inline citation already in place is the best for the sentence to which it is appended. (This said, because I noticed that Mary's founding her sorority chapter cites the senate resolution, and that is probably not the best use of the source.)
What I would really like to find is a book on Tennessee history, or on the history of their county, where they are described, which would underscore their notability and obviate any concerns about the sole primary sourcing of the article. Cheers, Le Prof 22.214.171.124 (talk) 18:54, 5 May 2015 (UTC)
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Deletion discussion about Marisa Richmond
I wanted to let you know that there's a discussion about whether Marisa Richmond should be deleted. Your comments are welcome at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Marisa Richmond .
If you're new to the process, articles for deletion is a group discussion (not a vote!) that usually lasts seven days. If you need it, there is a guide on how to contribute. Last but not least, you are highly encouraged to continue improving the article; just be sure not to remove the tag about the deletion nomination from the top.