We're here to help. I understand and yes, it can be very confusing at first. I'm new to WikiTree, started my family profiles around July 2018. First of all, your family is your family, if for some reason you end up duplicating a person, it's fine. These things happen, accidents happen, until you get the feel for it and get into your GROOVE. I'm not a professional Genealogist, but, I've been studying them.
In regards to your question: "Is there a suggested order for sources?" I feel the answer is NO, not at first. However, once you start sourcing you will have developed a system for yourself that will come second nature.
The above Birth GEDCOM import is confusing to me too. I would suggest making a "RESEARCH NOTES" under the Biography section, but, (above "SOURCES") and copy - paste that information there. Clear an area for you to start fresh and write your biography.
BE CONSISTENT. Give special attention when writing, "USA" at the end of locations. Early 16th century wasn't called, "USA." Look at the year.
Back in the day, the United States of America, wasn't always USA, just United States. Colonial United States started in early 16th century. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonial_history_of_the_United_States)
Biography section: A simple brief story of what you know about this person. Start with their name: "____________(name) was born _________(date: Day Month Year), _______________(location) and died _____________(date: Day Month Year), _____________(location). He/She married _______________(name using [[ I.D. Name- ]] ) ____________(date: Day Month Year), _____________(location). He/She was born ____________(date: Day Month Year), ____________(location). He/She/They was/were buried ________________(date: Day Month Year), _______________(location of cemetery). Note if double memorial marker headstone.
Remember BIRTH, DEATH, MARRIAGE.
The above format might not be for everyone, but, it's a start that you can build on.
By using the same format each time you'll show consistency.
Please remember BIRTH, DEATH, MARRIAGE.
Thank you for reading this. Your time and comments are appreciated.
Paula Ann Hawkins-Reinke [[Hawkins-9192]]
P.S. Save your edits, then go back and check for errors. Click on a random link in your sources to make sure it takes you where you want, and make sure it's complete.
Happy WikiTree Day!