Nope, don't do it for a living. It's in the blood....mostly Aussie/part English/part Scot/dash of South African Dutch and American and a trace of 'ferret'. :) I also like to see a few of those genealogical 'brick walls' demolished where possible.....takes my mind of fretting about my own.
So, does this mean that, rather than Bessie O'Grady's mother being named Lucy, it looks like it was Susan (maybe known as Suzie ?). Both names have a phonetic similarity so, especially if the children were only young when she died, or whoever reported Bessie's was confused, they may have become tangled. Or maybe it just got confused in the actual recording of the death ....on my great grandfather's death record his mother is shown as Ann but Ann was his WIFE ...his mother was Elizabeth.