The data doctor made 4 changes within a minute or 2, but only the first and fourth were actual changes - the others did nothing. Marion reverted back to before the last change, but did not put back the information that had originally been in the biography section. That was:
== Biography ==
First Name Francis
Last Name at Birth West
Current Last Name West
Preferred Name Francis
Birth Date 1710-00-0
Birth Location Kingstown, Kings, Rhode Island, USA
Death Date 1786-00-00
Death Location Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, USA
Status Indicator on Birth Date guess
Status Indicator on Death Date guess
Although the data doctor should not have removed all that (and the comment about removing USA from locations is not at all correct for what was done), I would hardly agree with your saying that the profile was gutted - there was really nothing of any value there to begin with - all that appears in the data section and that list of data items is not what I would think of as a biography of a person in any regard.
If you look at what Marion restored, she included United States in the death location because that event was after 1776. The data doctor should not have removed that, although it was correct to remove USA from the birth location, since that event was before 1776.
In addition, the source citation needs to be re-written because what the gedcom import process put there is not adequate. Also, that source appears to be an ancestry family tree, which is not a valid source. If that family tree has any sources for the person then you can enter those sources on the profile, otherwise please try to find records for birth and death dates/places and add them to the profile.
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