First let me acknowledge that the "Read only" topic has been extensively discussed. However, a search on that phrase yields about ten thousand hits, and I don't have time to read all ten thousand items.
I have a great grandmother who was married to one of men in the first pioneer company to settle in Utah. Her record at FamilySesarch is marked "read only".
I have been doing family history research, and I have found that most of the information in her profile is undocumented, and much of it is either incomplete, questionable, contradictory, or wrong. For example, looking at various sources such as census records, ship passenger manifests, death record, etc., I see her age listed, but the problem is that in counting back from her listed ages on those documents the year of her birth could be anywhere between 1837 and 1842. Her birth place is listed at FamilySearch as a very specific place in Ireland, but in doing Google searches on that place names turn up nothing, as if the place does not even exist. The same goes for substrings of the place name, except for the county. And there is actually no documentation of even the county of her birth. The only thing that seems certain is that she was born in Ireland. In fact, I can find no Irish records that even reference this person in any way. All records that identify her birth place as Ireland are from places outside of Ireland, such as Scotland and the US. One source even lists her nationality (though not specifically her birth place) as English. Basically there is nothing that even comes close to a primary source for her birth information, or even a very good secondary source, and what information does exist is incomplete, does not contain the specific biographical information listed at FamilySearch and/or is contradictory.
Her birth information is not the only problem with her profile, but it is the most glaring one. For example, dates are given for ordinances, such as baptism, but no documentation is given to confirm that information.
This situation presents at least two problems. First of all, I don't know where I might go to find information that can either confirm the information or correct the information that is listed at FamilySearch, and possibly more important, it seems impossible to bring up these issues at her profile at FamilySearch.
Can anyone provide any insight as to how to deal with this situation?