Alan, there are several things you need to keep in mind about WikiTree.
1. The profiles you create and manage do not belong to you. While profiles of your living or recently deceased family members may only be accessible for editing to you or those you allow to access them, this is a collaborative tree and our shared ancestors belong to all of us whether you're the profile manager or not.
2. You signed the Honor Code. Sometimes, especially if I am particularly frustrated with something, I reread it and I usually find a way to deal with whatever is becoming an issue. The major parts of the Honor Code for me are, collaboration, accuracy, and courtesy.
3. WikiTree has styles and standards and guidelines for every data field. Please see Claude's answer to review the guidelines for place name fields so that you will understand why the place names were changed and why you should follow the guidelines to avoid future issues.