My tree showed our family connected to a Laird and subsequently an Earl. All exciting. As I had time to review it I found someone had mistaken a Katherine Ross with a Catherine Ross. Easy enough. What they had done was not checked other linkages to support the connection, like the marriages of Catherine /Katherine Ross and children, and find source documents. The correct peerage line was Catherine, where and our line was Katherine. We were not related to the Laird or the Earl. Even the Earl had other children added which were not supported by peerage genealogies. May I suggest that in order to stop users freely being able to connect to peerage lines that such peerage lines be locked and managed by someone at FS. Any changes, connections, merging, etc, would need to pass through the Peerage Tree Custodian to be reviewed and approved. Otherwise, so many errors will creep in. ( In the same way that we don't want users connecting to famous people or celebrities.) We do want it to be a correct Tree. Question: Is locking peerage trees and having a custodian acting as the gatekeeper to those genealogies something FS may consider to protect the integrity of the Tree?