I found an indexing error that needs correction.
Seems that one of the suggested 1915 New York Census indexing reports show Obediah Wells (LRFJ-CSR) to be married to Howard Wallace who is shown as a female. However, if you will follow the link to the census image, you will see that Howard is a male (shown as father) and is married to his wife, Florence (shown as mother) - and is not married to Obediah. In this regard, I have rejected the hint that Howard be shown as Obediah's wife. However, I felt I should report this error in the indexing report so that it can be corrected. Thanks.
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Here is link to the indexing record showing Obediah Wells being married to Howard Wallace that does not match the scanned image showing Howard Wallace being married to his wife, Florence. Please correct the indexing record. Thanks.
@mark-owens, you should un-dismiss that record hint and attach it: just because the indexing is wrong doesn't mean the record is wrong. (Despite FamilySearch's index-centric setup, the index is not the data. It is merely a finding aid for the data.)
I recently explained to someone else how to get Source Linker to attach records to the correct people when the index gets the relationships wrong: https://community.familysearch.org/en/discussion/comment/421721#Comment_4217210