When the Van Etten merges finally went through, the ancestors I had added linked up to other people on wikitree. And my suggestion report exploded starting at generation 10. Well 10 is not so bad, it's name spelling issues with Frolich, and I don't even think the Froliegh's knew how to spell their own name : )
But at generation 11, I start getting Mother dead before birth, Father too young, No dates on Relatives (7 of these), Multiple marriage facts, Number in Birth Location, (someone is putting Christening dates in Birth Locations) (9 of these).
I have only linked up ONE of the 16 5th generation lines and I am frankly scared to link up any others at this point.
So, how far back do you go trying to fix things? Just the Van Etten name thing alone is a mess.
Is it okay to have the christening date in the place of birth? Is that accepted? Should I just mark them to remove them from the suggestion list and get rid of that number in place of birth error?
And I checked out the No Dates on Relatives ones, and that appears to have been caused by someone removing a parent, who was there in error, but no new parent was added. Should I add an unknown parent with guesstimate dates and try to fix the error that way?
And what protocol do you use? Do you contact the profile managers first? How long do you wait for a response? What is considered Polite? Should I just work on the orphaned ones and leave the owned ones alone?