The super easy way to retrace where you have been editing is to go to your own profile page (Flamer-1) and click on your contributions. It is highlighted in pink right under the "send private message" area.
From there you can scan by the date or search the page using the "Control F" function on most computers.
I used "Control F" to search your many contributions for "Morgan" which I had typed into the "Control F" search box. I can see that thirty minutes before you posted your question you were editing on Morgan-6616.
When you are searching a source that has no built in search function, using "Control F " is going to save you a lot of time. Very helpful to know.
From where I was, I can even click on the editing record and see your exact contributions. You clearly have much to contribute!
That being said, I would like to point out that without us Wikipeople paying money to get beyond "the subscription wall" of Ancestry.com, the majority of us cannot actually see many of your sources. Just so you know, when my computer clicks on an Ancestry linked source I am zoomed straight to a page advertising Ancestry.com. and encouraging me to subscribe.
So to whatever extent is reasonable, if you can convey the name of the source Ancestry is working off of or the detail included in the source, that gives the rest of us a chance to know what you are talking about. Even better, but more time consuming unfortunately, is to find and link a free citation for that same sources, many of which can be found on Family Search which is a never ending gold mine of sources provide free, courtesy of the Church of Latter Day Saints whose tradition of commitment to genealogy record keeping is unmatched. To get deep into their records you do have to sign up for a free account, though, which seems a fair trade to me.
Please enjoy the "Control F" tip, remember those of us beyond the subscription wall, and keep going with your wonderful enthusiasm!