The sources I gave you earlier were for Mary (Godfrey) Bell's son and daughter-in-law, and I didn't intend them to be attached to Godfrey-50's profile. But the good news is, it's great practice, and we can fix it!
Before we move the first source to David's profile, (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Bell-351
) and add a more complete source to Mary (Mosslander) Bell's profile, (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Mosslander-1),
we can talk about it a little bit, if you're up for it.
The sources LOOK really good -- even somewhat advanced, since they are "inline references". The first one is the best. You have created the source the way Findagrave would LIKE it to be sourced, so that's perfect. The second one (which is Mary's, the daughter -in-law's Findagrave link) is a link only -- which is not as good as the first one, since it isn't a complete source citation. Links can change over time, and don't contain enough information to find them again (usually), so they aren't as good as a full citation (which gives information about what the source is about, where you found it, etc.).
With an inline reference, usually you write a sentence (state a biography fact) and then insert the inline reference next to it, so the fact you are stating has its source directly next to it. It looks terrible while you're editing, because you write a sentence, and then stick in the inline reference, and it looks like computer gobbledygook. (Meaning, "Joe Smith was born on January 1, 1800 in Anytown, Anywhere."<ref> blah blah blah... lots of words and source information</ref> All of the information between <ref> and </ref> will disappear when you aren't looking at it in "edit mode", and is replaced by a little "1" (or "2", etc., depending on how many inline references you have already used). You can click on the "Preview" button before you save to see how it WILL look before you actually save it.
I'm not a real mentor, and I may be over-explaining without actually making sense. Let me know if I'm confusing you..
If you'd like me to, I can move the two Findagrave citations to the profiles of David and Mary (the daughter-in-law's) just so they're on the correct profiles -- and then you can practice some more on any of those profiles.