Check Spouse sources
There is a sealing to spouse in progress for David Hutchison ID:KWJX-2GH. This note is attached: "Records show that David was sealed to two additional wives on 15 November 1862 in the endowment house in Salt Lake City. They were Naomi Mitchell (born 6 November 1806) and Emma Marshall (born 25 February 1834. " It appears this the same person shown in the sealing to spouse in process. Please forward to the correct department to verify this sealing.
My suggestion is to contact kayleebrynperron1, who has submitted the temple work for Erma Marshall and see if she can provide more information on Erma Marshall showing a marriage source to David James Hutchinson. I do not see any sources that would prove Erma was married to David. You can contact kaylee through FamilySearch by clicking on her name and collaborate with her directly. I do not see an Emma Marshall as you indicated in your question. I only see Naomi Mitchell and Agnes Nish as other wives. Please note that was in the mid 1800 when there was plural marriage in Utah so it is possible. But please reach out to kaylee and collaborate.
It will be helpful to you to go through all the sources, memories and collaboration notes for David, each of his wives and their children. Also David's parents and his siblings. Make notes of what you find and be a good detective. Once you piece together David's life story you will get a better understanding of what actually happened.
There are several forms that you can record your findings and help get the notes all together. Here is a link for that: https://www.familysearch.org/help/helpcenter/article/downloadable-forms-for-family-history-center-patrons Be diligent and thorough in recording where you looked, what you found and when you found it.
You may want to reach out to your local Family History Center and your ward Family History consultant to help you unravel all of this.
It takes some work but you will figure it out.
Hopefully this will help.
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Also, read through the life histories and stories for David in the memories section. There are many people that are working on this line and collaborating with them will help you. It is great that there is so much information in memories.0
@CHold Thanks for the suggestion. As I reviewed the other things, I realized there were some issues with the record in question. I had reviewed it in the past, but I hadn't reported the issue. Now I remember why- there were more issues that should have been dealt with before connecting support. This time I didn't check prior to contacting support.
I knew this family has been researched by many, that is why I was surprised to see a sealing to spouse was needed, when it was not showing before. It appears this new record as recently added from "gedcom records", which would have been previously completed by family members. Therefore, I still believe there was a sealing to spouse already performed in the past. I unattached the sources that didn't apply. I changed the information on the Emma Marshall in question to match that as shown in the family history. There are some other circumstances that relate to this family as well. I have responded directly to the email about the case being escalated as the new information is very relevant to the finding of this sealing.0