RE: [Allen-17447] with [Rogers-9645|David B Rogers] as an associated profile of interest relating to Betsy A. Rogers, not Betsy Allen Rogers.
ALL the info in this profile belong to a Betsy A (maiden name not known) Rogers (not BETSY ALLEN Rogers). It gets more complicated - both are married to a David Rogers (not the same). I don't know if "my" Betsy Allen's husband had a middle initial B. I hope not. There are at least 3 Betsy women married to 3 David B Rogers already, and I did not want to add my Betsy Allen's husband until the other 3 David B's referenced in the Rogers profile [Rogers-9645|David B Rogers] and his research notes were in place. See the 2 sources I entered into his Research Notes area for more info on that. People interested in working on the Rogers surname may want to work on it.
BACK TO MY PROBLEM: Betsy A (maiden name not known) is not the Betsy Allen Rogers I originally entered in 2015 as [Allen-17447]. My Bestsy Allen morphed into a different Betsy A. Rogers. This was supposed to be Betsy Allen who married a David Rogers, born 18 April 1799 in Rhode Island - died 19 Jan 1866 in Sandwich, DeKalb, IL (My location). She married a David Rogers (born 1796 - died 1883), son of David Rogers (b1770 - d 1853). I don't know how to correct this. I would like to change what this profile has become to this Betsy A's maiden surname, but I do not know it or know how to do handle adding a new profile if only the married surname is known. The A. could be a maiden surname letter OR a second given name initial.
Since Betsy Allen is a correct maiden surname for the person I intended it to be. Should I take all of the info from this profile and place in a new profile for Betsy A? How would I do that without a maiden surname? Can anyone help?
Here I thought I was finally tackling a profile that had a problem since 2015. An incorrect daughter was linked - I corrected that and then I derailed but didn't realize until I pulled my own ancestry tree from ancestry.com to crosscheck facts and found that "MY" Betsy Allen Rogers had been lost in the shuffle. Thanks for any help on this.