In reassigning a child to the correct parent it ended up having the parent married to his mother.
I noticed Mary Byram 1690 was listed as born to Nicholas Byram and Susan Shaw incorrectly. She was actually the child of Nicholas Byram, Jr. and Mary Edson. The child is listed correctly now but Nicholas, Jr. is now listed as married to his mother as well as Mary Edson. How can I remove the incorrect marriage?
Without the ID numbers for your ancestors, we are not able to provide specific steps, but we are providing here articles to help with the corrections that appear to be needed.
To fix an incorrect parent-child relationship, please review this link: https://www.familysearch.org/help/helpcenter/article/how-do-i-correct-parent-child-relationships-in-family-tree
To remove a person when shown as an incorrect spouse, please use the information within this link: https://www.familysearch.org/help/helpcenter/article/a-person-in-family-tree-has-the-wrong-spouse
Please reply if you still need some assistance, including the ID numbers of involved ancestors.
Thank you for your desire to keep records correct.0