OK, so I've been tracing my family tree and learning wikitree at the same time. I'm a little hung up with my great great grandfather, [[Becker-5548|John Becker]], I connected into a group of GED files when I set an existing profile as his wife. Several duplicates exist in the family group and lots of ancestry sources I can't look at. So I'm sorting through the siblings and look at John's wife's sister's husband, and its John's brother. But John is missing from family group, and I have so many extra questions now. The profile I want to connect as his father has a double surname with an abbreviation. [[Kl._Becker-1]]. Is that a legitimate surname to use on a wiki profile? I've found the guy on familysearch as Carl Becker. He was born in Prussia, had most of his kids in Blooming Grove, Dane, Wisconsin, then they all moved to what would become Emerald, Lancaster, Nebraska. I drive past his grave every time I drive to Lincoln. His grave does not say Kl._Becker. So that's my main question to deal with. Should I go ahead and connect John as his son? Why wasn't John a profile already, since all of his siblings and his wife's siblings are already here? By the way, I'm almost sure John and his wife were first cousins, in addition to his brother marrying her sister. Then they all named their kids after each other. As for John's other siblings in this profile group, I'm thinking the two Elizabeth's are duplicates, and possibly the same as Louisa "Lizzie" Becker. Also, who is Maud Becker? How did Carl and Anna have one child in Shropshire, England, after they were all settled in the U.S. after leaving Germany? To top everything off, my laptop won't reboot. So I can't access my desktop file full of links and citations for sources I had already gathered for these guys. I am trying to figure out how to do what I was doing with a Kindle Fire now. I don't even know if there is a clipboard function on this thing. I would stop bashing my head against this wall of frustration, but I don't want to turn a blind eye on this mess I've spotted in my family line. I do not want wikitree to look so much like a pre-made mess on an unsourced pedigree chart. Ugh. Its all fresh in my mind right now, but I don't know how to work on fixing it with my current technical difficulties. I'm not even sure how to copy and paste a familysearch source citation with this silly tablet.