Aimee, are you related to Archibald Rials? I notice his profile has no manager, and his "father" and "brothers who were all born 40-60 years later than he was probably belong to one family, and Archibald definitely needs to be unlinked from them -- or at least he can't be the son of someone younger than he is.
Do you expect to recover from your computer problems anytime soon? You could adopt Archibald's profile if he's connected to you, and then sever the connections to his "father" and "brothers" until you can find out how they are actually linked -- if they are linked at all.
Can you clear the cache on your browser, or maybe try a different browser? I just read something about Safari browsers not working on Wikitree recently. Anyway, it's a thought. I don't have any connection to Archibald, so I don't feel right about adopting the profile.
For what it's worth, I did find an Archibald Rials (and a Jacob Rials next door to him) on the 1840 Dale County, Alabama census. Archibald was between 40-49 years old. Jacob was younger, possibly a son of Archibald.
I also found an Archibald Rials (also filed under Ryals) who fought in the war of 1812 in the 2 Reg't (McWillie's) South Carolina Mil.. A notation on the document states "Original filed under "Ryals, Archibald" " (Rials, Archibald) "United States War of 1812 Index to Service Records, 1812-1815," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-958S-PX?cc=1916219&wc=M6YX-3TL%3A203277501
: 11 March 2016), Rh - Rich > image 475 of 3094; citing NARA microfilm publication M602 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.)
Anyway, that's all I was able to find, and it still doesn't find his real father. (Maybe Archibald was born in South Carolina?)
Anyway, I hope you get your browser going again soon.