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|Gladys Jean Edmonds (1911-1975)||Typical article name; DO NOT use question-marks, slashes, en-dashes, double quote marks, or square or curly brackets anywhere. If the person is still alive, it may be best to replace the years in brackets with "(living)" so as to preserve privacy.|
|Bridget Scrope (c1546-)||Names may omit middle name (though it is better if shown) and year of death. Do not use question-marks for unknowns. For "before", "circa", or "after", use bef, c, or aft with no space before the year.|
|Enrique I de Inglaterra (1068-1135) (.es)||Non-English articles use language codes. Articles for people with wikipedia articles must use the name used for the article for that language followed by Familypedia's parenthetical date(s). See also Help:Copying from Wikipedia.|
|Иван Лемзин (1941) (.ru)||Name should use characters corresponding to the page language if most of it is not in English.|
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