I noticed that someone had entered my Grandmother, Edythe (Howarth) Guyette (Born: Mary Edith Aruilla Howarth). I looked at the information someone had put for her and noticed that her birth date, etc. were listed fine. I then noticed her husband was completely wrong. I was quite surprised. Arthur Hamblin was listed as her husband with a New Hampshire Marriage Record mentioned. I researched the marriage record and saw that Arthur Isaiah Baker Hamblin had married a Mary Guyette (Guyette is her maiden name). The parents for Mary were not my Great Grandparents but a Fred and Sarah Guyette. They mistakenly connected the wrong woman & husband to my Grandmother and Great Grandparents. I have proof of my Grandmother, Thankfullly so, and who she really married. I contacted the person by private message. Two of my other cousins told me they also private messaged the individual about the error. No one received a response. I then made a public comment two weeks ago explaining that I can give her the correct information and marriage record to add with no response. This being my Grandmother, this is a very real eyesore for me. I did enter my tree and in doing so I needed to connect my Mother and Grandfather. It now shows her as having two husbands which was not the case. I was glad no one had put up my Mom's information. It would have been devastating for me to see my Mother's information entered wrongly. Has anyone else come across this issue and how did it make you feel with someone so closely connected to you and not a distant ancestor?