I believe the "Molly Weasley" and "Molly Weasley II" pages warrant renaming - or at least a discussion to that effect.
Percy's daughter, Molly II, should not be called Molly II at all; If Audrey and Percy had called a child "Audrey" she would not be "Audrey II" as her mother is only a Weasley by marriage, just like Molly. Thus, this Molly would be known as Molly Weasley; she's not a Prewett and her grandmother is her namesake after marriage, but the elder Molly was not a Weasley by birth, so the II doesn't carry as the elder shouldn't even have a I next to her name (and, in fact, doesn't). It didn't for "Lily Potter, nee Evans" and "Lily Luna Potter" who would both be known as "Lily Potter", so why does it here? HarryPotterRules1 (talk) 03:05, October 24, 2013 (UTC)
- To clarify, the current renaming would be against policy. I believe from our previous discussion what HarryPotterRules1 wants is a provision in policy that would allow for an alternate naming scheme in which titling articles I and II is inaccurate. I'm personally neutral on the issue, but I felt I should specify this. -- 1337star (Drop me a line!) 03:12, October 24, 2013 (UTC)