This article received a GA-class rating during August 2007, and subsequently underwent a biography peer review during October-November 2007. During the peer review, helpful feedback was received from Awadewit and Kevin Myers, and also from an automated peer review; the feedback was useful in improving the article. The biography peer review discussion is located here. Thank you in advance to the A-class review department for your time and efforts in reviewing this article. (Article background, for your info: William Stacy was an officer of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and was subsequently a pioneer to the Ohio County and the Northwest Territory.) Thank you, ColWilliam (talk) 21:50, 22 December 2007 (UTC)
Assessed as A-class by WikiProject Military History here, while this biology A-class review is ongoing. For your info. Thank you, ColWilliam (talk) 01:05, 27 March 2008 (UTC)
Comment - Sorry for the delay. First impressions are that any image of the subject would be welcome. Also, the image caption for Cherry Valley Massacre gives the impression that only one or two people were involved. Changing the caption might be beneficial there. I'll try to do a more thorough review in a day or so. John Carter (talk) 00:00, 8 January 2008 (UTC)
Thank you, and “no problem” with the delay. I appreciate your comment about an image of William Stacy, but unfortunately, there is no available portrait, drawing, or likeness of Stacy. (Similarly, Leo L. Lemonds, author of the “Col. William Stacy” book, was unable to locate an image when he wrote the book in 1993.) As you suggested, I edited the caption for the image of the Cherry Valley massacre. Thank you for your time on this review. Regards, ColWilliam (talk) 00:58, 9 January 2008 (UTC)
In the "Early life" mention is made of different reported years of birth and death. Details, maybe in a footnote, to verify might not be a bad idea. The last sentence of that section doesn't strike me as having a particularly encyclopedic tone, with the "a new chapter" phrase. In "Opening days..." the first sentence might change to "...from the beginning...". The last sentence of the first paragraph seems to be drawing a bit of a conclusion without sourcing. A source to substantiate "likely" would be useful. The "village common - village green" could be made a single link, like [[Village green|village common]]. The end of that section seems to be a standalone sentence. At least two sentences would be preferable. The parenthetical sentence for reference 23 might work better entirely in the "Notes" section. Redundant links to other articles should be eliminated. Only one link per page is required. The parenthetical references to Lafayette and others could be turned into a link as above with village commons. Some image might be included in the infobox in any event, as people are used to seeing one there. Maybe an image of the New Salem plaque or the headstone would fit there. None of these strike me as being necessarily major impediments, although they could be addressed rather quickly. I gather I would give support based on the comments above being addressed. John Carter (talk) 00:09, 31 January 2008 (UTC)
Done. Incorporated all suggestions. Thank you, ColWilliam (talk) 15:56, 31 January 2008 (UTC)
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