Sorry for sounding critical here. No offense intended. But I think that creating "hundreds" of profiles with no sources, then making them orphans is not a good thing to be doing. I recognize that it is well-intentioned. But with no source and nobody to contact about the profile its value is minimal. I get that your goal is to save what you learned so that others might have a good starting point on future research, are not really up to creating complete profiles and doing the research necessary. Believe me, I have been there, usually it involves making profiles of the parents, but not wanting to do profiles of their 12 children. If I am feeling energetic, I will list the names and approximate dates of birth, if I know them. If not, I at least try to mention the number of children they had. If there are links to censuses in the profile, it is pretty easy for someone to pick up the trail. Same goes for parents, maybe I am not feeling like branching off on the parents of a spouse, but I know something about them. I will include the names of the parents in the biography.