I'm planning on participating in the upcoming Connect-A-Thon, and I just took a look at a table of Unconnected Québec profiles (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Automated:DD_Unconnected_List_CAN_QC)
To do some preliminary investigation, to see how this table could help me plan my "attack" - I randomly selected one entry near the bottom - this row showed entries that had tree size of 39, and I looked at Charbonneau-805 T S.
Clicking on Charbonneau-805 showed me the Francine's profile, and looking at the Family Tree - looked like it was pretty full. Surprising at first. Then I clicked on the T, and that gave me the list by generation, that went as far as 6 generations. Then I understood better - her tree is fullish at the bottom - but is missing connections further up - aha!
SO .. after some investigation (using other resources, mostly PRDH, which is a paid site - sorry), I found what seem like plausible links from the furthest great great ... [[Lebègue Lespérance-1|Marie Marguerite Lebègue Lespérance]], and added Research notes to her profile so I could connect her to her mother who is on WikiTree, and to add a profile for her father, as well as a first husband who is not mentioned on wikitree. (After verifying the facts from PRDH, ideally finding the baptismal & marriage registry entries in FamilySearch)
SO ... after such a long preamble - here's my geeky question:
Once I make those connections for Marie Marguerite, will this now change the unconnected status for JUST Marie Marguerite and her direct descendants - OR - will this now officially connect ALL of those 39 people who are entwined on this piece of the Wiki Tree?
(In other words - once I do make this connection - should I go onto a different entry in the table - or - do I need to look at other pieces of this particular tree to connect those that are not directly related to Marie Marguerite?)