Georg Gabert, https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/GZN6-P79
Please see Geog Gabert's profile above. A user named LBLoftis has added a spouse for Georg Gabert who they name as Antoinette PettiJean, born 1632, married in France in 1688. The problem is self evident, Georg;s first child was born about 1632, the same year that Antoinette was born, and Georg was already deceased at his son's marriage in 1661, all without leaving the town of Königsbach in Germany.
I have removed this incorrect and unsourced information several times, but it keeps returning in altered forms. The real Antoinette Petit Jean, L55X-595, was actually was born in 1651, married a Georg Gabert in her home town, and had at least 2 children with him in France, but none of them could have any relation to my German ancestor, based on existing sources.
What should be done to correct these entries?
Please see my ancestor at https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/GZN6-P790
We see some data issues with the record of Georg Gabert, GZN6-P79. Is this what you are concerned about?
His marriage date, of 1688, is after his death. The first child, Margarethe Gabert has a birth date is before the mother could have children, (the same birth year).
Please let us know what you are wanting help with. It does look like there needs to be some research done for documentation of dates. You might want to check Research Wiki to see if there is more information about this family.
I believe you have already acknowledged the main problem - the other contributor who is adding events and relationships without any evidence.
Unfortunately, you appear to have become involved in what has become commonly referred to as "edit wars" - one user adds some details, another removes them, the original details are added back, etc., etc. This behaviour is not unusual in a program that has an open-edit format. Sadly, there is little you can do. Try to communicate with the other user, in order to explain to them the impossibility of some of these inputs: Georg aged 78 when he married Antoinette, herself an infant when she gave birth to their two children, 50 years before the marriage?
If you can't make them see sense, a long, drawn-out process could well follow. FamilySearch does not act as a mediator in cases like this, so hopefully the other user will eventually get fed-up and stop persisting in making these changes.0
I had already added my comments to your other post when I saw this. In summary, you just have to persist in deleting these crazy inputs until (hopefully) the other user realises these events cannot be linked to this "couple". Obviously, try to communicate with LBLoftis, but I would not be too optimistic about any response you might or might not receive.0