There appears to be a child on my great-grandparents list of children who does not belong there. What can I do to change this?
Thank you for your post.
If you are sure the child is incorrect you can follow the steps from the Help Center article linked below to delete the child-parent relationship of this child.
The steps may seem complicated but by following them step by step you should be able to detach the incorrect child from your great-grandparents. We strongly recommend that you give a good reason statement for this change, including sources if you have them. Providing good reason statements help prevent this from happening again.
Hopefully this helps you correct this issue. If you need further assistance, please reply to this post so we can try to help further.
Do take a look at all the sources on the child and at the complete Change Log for the child. See who originally put the child in the family. Make sure it wasn't an incorrect merge involving the parents. Message the person who added the child and find out why he or she added the child.
If you can determine why this child was added incorrectly, you can add reasons and notes to the child so he doesn't just get put right back on.
However, one great feature of this collaborative project, Family Tree, is that you will find information correctly added by distant cousins that you had no idea existed and would never have found on your own.
(Please be aware that if the child was added because someone incorrectly merged parents, to prevent future problems and confusion, it is far, far better to reverse the merge than to simply disconnect the child.)