Brand new to this, and any genealogy site. I have a document prepared in the late 1960's listing specific genealogy info for several hundred of the descendants of Jacob and Charlotta Allen (mid 1800's) family, which was prepared by an unknown Allen family member, and came to me from my deceased grandmother in the early 1980's. From the info I have been able to check, it looks quite accurate, (dob's, dod's, dates of marriage, etc) but it cites no sources.
I have researched about two dozen of these people on Wikitree so far, and not found any listings, so I expect that there are a couple of hundred unlisted people listed with dates of birth, death, spouses and siblings, etc.. I have found corroborating info on findagrave.com for most of the individuals that I checked so far.
My questions are whether, based on this list, I should make up profiles for those shown as already deceased (as of late '60's), and if so, how should I cite to document in my possession as source. I could also try to find corroboration info for each before making entries, but that could take a great deal of time. I would be happy to show the document to trusted members, but I don't want to publish the document since it contains dates and names of many living people who I don't want to compromise, even in a trusted data base.
Thanks for any insight.