While reading the help page on writing biographies
I noticed this statement "Ideally, you should include a source citation for every fact included in the narrative. Be sure to note when a fact is disputed or when there is contradictory information."
Does the note go in the reference itself, after the reference or in a separate place somewhere on the biography page?
I'm using my grandfather's death certificate as a source for his birth date since there was no birth certificate. The birth date itself and everything else on the death certificate is correct except for the place of birth. How and where do I note this?
One thing to consider in answering this question is, how likely is it that someone will come along later and mistake this person for someone else (particularly someone with the same or very similar name)? Disputed facts often lead to mistaken identity on WikiTree profiles. When I'm concerned about mistaken identity, I set off the note as a separate section within the Biography/Notes portion of the profile. Here's an example: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Dutton-333