But you should be aware, Georgina, that Ancestry Family Trees are not good sources for Wikitree. There are several reasons for this:
- Many trees (most?) are not supported by valid sources.
- Accessibility is limited to people with paid Ancestry subscriptions.
- Ancestry trees have a propensity to change over time, and to get abandoned. When a tree is abandoned, nobody can find the content any more.
We are encouraged to document what we know about each person in the text ("biography") section of the profile, support our biographies with original records to the extent possible (include a description of what the record says), use footnotes to identify the source(s) for each fact, and discuss any conflicting information (and, if appropriate, explain why one version of the story is preferred over the other).
That particular Ancestry page cites some solid records that can be individually cited in the profile. If the record is on Ancestry in a subscriber-only form, it's OK to cite it, but every citation to any online source should contain enough information about the record to give someone a chance of finding it if the URL stops working.