Actually, I need an example to show what I mean. The cited source itself, under the Sources heading, has information inside reference tags so that you see the bracketed numbers.
Below is one I changed, but sometimes I am challenged when I do so and wanted more information.
== Sources ==
* Clue source: Find a Grave Memorial for Thomas SALMONS in Thomas Salmons Cemetery, Martin, Floyd County, Kentucky.<ref>Find A Grave, database (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 16 April 2017), memorial page for Thomas Sammons (date of birth and death listed as unknown), Find a Grave Memorial no. 153,350,078, citing Thomas Salmons Cemetery, Martin, Floyd County, Kentucky; no tombstone picture.<ref>www.findagrave.com/memorial/153350078</ref></ref>
In this example, not only has an inline citation been used with a source, but it is a nested inline citation.