If you had more than one marriage how to begin you family tree? do you always use your given name? Than enter the first husband, marriage, death etc.?
Welcome to the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum.
I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
Just in passing ...
FIRST Question: If you had more than one marriage how to begin you family tree?
Short Answer: 1st Marriage (ie. "Couple" Relationship); &, then 2nd Marriage, (ie. "Couple" Relationship); &, ETC
One (ie. an individual/person) CAN have, up to x200 Spouses (ie. "Couple" Relationships) ...
SECOND Question: Do you always use your given name?
One uses one's "Birth" Name (ie. 'Given' Name(s); &, 'Family Name'/'Surname') - "Maiden" Name, for Females.
THIRD Question: Than enter the first husband, marriage, death etc.?
'Yes', generally, FIRST with "Details"; then, SECOND with "Details"; and, then, if necessary, any OTHERS.
That Said ...
They DO NOT, have to be entered, in that "Order"; as, they will automatically appear, in order from the 'Date' of the FIRST "Marriage"; and, appear, in 'Date' Order after that
Just my thoughts.
I hope, that this may help/assist, somewhat.
Further to Brett's helpful comments, at first sight it can appear to you (and others) that an incorrect marriage source has been added to a female ID. For the first marriage, she will be shown with her maiden name, the second marriage will (probably) record her with the surname of her first husband, and so on.
Regardless, only one name - her birth / maiden name - should be inputted as the name that will appear at the top of her page. It is common for users to add married names as "Alternate" names, under "Other Information". This helps to show that these multiple names apply to the same individual and can also be of help when searching for records relating to different periods in her life.