User talk:Anthony Camp

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A couple of points Anthony:

FamilySearch Wiki is "international" so any article titled "Illegitimacy" should really cover the entire globe. If you are writing an article which applies to one country only, it should imply that in the title of the article. So perhaps your article should be renamed to something like:

Illegitimacy‎ in England or
England - Illegitimacy or
English Illegitimacy‎
etc.

You can do this be editing the article and using the "move" function. Remember to adjust any links that exist on the portal.

Secondly, it's a wise move to place articles in one or more categories. In your case I think your articles should end with the line:

[[Category:England]]

England is quite weak on articles at present. Please keep contributing!!! 15:25, 24 December 2008 (UTC)