I've noticed you're going through the pages for the original five X-Men and adding details from their initial run. While that's all well and good, if you use every alias he ever had and comment on every interaction, you're gonna flood the pages.
Without intention of butting in, I would like to say in a side note that only actual aliases should be included in the "Aliases" field. One-time forms of address don't constitute an actual alias and should not be added.
If it's possible, I'm going to ask you to please remove from the Aliases field the items you added that were only one-time forms of address.
Actually several of them are recurring nicknames in the stories, or insults used for them by friends and foes (the early X-Men did not get along with each other). I mostly try to find which is the earliest issue to use them.
As for the initial run, I am mostly searching for references to the character's backgrounds, behavior traits, or what the stories indicate about their powers.
Though I have not summarized it yet, issue #14 introduces the concept of the healing factor (to explain how the team recovers from their battle injuries from the previous issue).
By the way, I first read Stan Lee's run on the title a few years ago and found most of the stories very interesting. I have read part on Roy Thomas' first run, but I found some of these stories poorly thought-out and quit reading at some point.