I think I am the profile manager on some of them, maybe all. I want to strike a bargain. I'll fix the tree if you have a way to keep the tree from being changed by smart matches from other sites. I have identified over 5,000 trees with essentially these same errors and that's where the errors you're dealing with came from, Ancestry and MyHeritage. I fixed the tree in Geni for my branch of the Essman family and the oldest ancestor was designated as a master profile and cannot be changed. Either the 5,000 trees I've identified with these errors in them or the person who put the errors that everyone else has copied are the source of the problems you have here. Further, it is not that I have doc for the changes I'll be making but rather it is that nobody has doc for the entries I will fix and hence those errors ought not to exist because they are fictitious and in error. Further, I need freedom to fix without being a paying member of wikitree. I'm 83, oldest surviving male in my line, have been researching my line for nearly fifty years, am responsible for most of the major breakthroughs and don't have nor want a file online because of all the errors people have added to the tree. I'll fix it once but you folks will have to lock it down or the first smart match that comes from Ancestry or MyHeritage or any of their associated branches but Geni and the file will be corrupt again with these same errors you're dealing with. Thomas Essman, who I first found in Greene County, TN records in 1790 who went on to die in Mcminn County, TN in Dec 1824 serving on a jury is the earliest ancestor I have found. Most smart matches give his date and place of birth, both wives' names, and a set of parents, grandparents, even 2nd grandparents and that information doesn't exist. I have challenged hundreds of people with all that in their tree, "Internet genealogy "miners," and not a person has been able to produce a single source other than a downloaded file from Ancestry and MyHeritage. I won't waste my time if you folks won't protect the file from those "smart matches."