I have found some errors on the references
I have found several errors on the reference pages.
My father was Victor Peter Le Comte: the records are showing my sister as my fathers alias. My sisters correct name is Janice Marie Le Comte
My brother was Victor Alan Le Comte Born 9 December 1955
We understand that you are concerned about indexing errors you have found on a record for your ancestor, Janice Comte.
When you find indexing or transcription errors for records about your ancestors, is it sometimes possible to correct the errors using the Edit button in the header at the top of the record, however, when the Edit option is greyed-out, it means that we do not currently have the ability to make corrections. Please review the following knowledge article which is found in our Help Center about why we cannot always correct errors...
The most common reason for not being able to make corrections is due to the fact that we don't own the actual records, and the record owners have not given us permission to make corrections. [We do not own the US Public Records Index, but guests can contact peoplefinder.com who is responsible for this index if they need to make corrections.]
When you find an active Edit button on an indexed record that you wish to correct, this additional knowledge articles explains how to make corrections.
We hope you will contact the proper record owners to resolve your concern about your sister's information. If corrections are made to the original record, please keep in mind that the change will not appear in the FamilySearch database for the record until after we receive an update to the index from the United States Public Record Index after the correction has been made.
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There is no contact information for peoplefinder.com on their webpage.0
@KarenZastudil, it is unfortunate that you did not find contact information for peoplefinder.com since they are responsible for the US Public Records Index.
FamilySearch can only provide the information they submit to us. We provided you with the Wiki article that has a section that explains what you must do at peoplefinder.com to address incorrect information. Perhaps you have not had a chance to read the article yet, so here is an excerpt that we hope you will find helpful as you continue to try to address your concern at the appropriate site. Please review the step-by-step instructions that have been provided through the Wiki article:
Thank you again for sharing your concern. Our information was the correct response to your concern since FamilySearch does not own the collection where the incorrect information is located. We wish you success with having the record of concern addressed.0
The U.S. Public Records material is well over 50% wrong, but I consider this a feature, not a flaw: the errors protect the privacy of the many living people contained in the database.0