Thank you for your post in Community. You can sometimes dismiss a data problems. Follow the steps below, to see if the data problems you are encountering can be dismissed.
When Family Tree detects impossible or unlikely data issue for a person, the system displays a data problem alert (
). Examples of data problems include a child whose birth date is before a parent's birth date or a person who lived over 120 years.
If they are correct, some data problems can be dismissed. Other data problems disappear only after the data that is causing the problem is corrected.
One reason for a reoccurring person data error is when an ancestor is married to a cousin the grandparents of the married couple would be the same.
Yes, this is the case, first cousins marrying, and the error apparently cannot be dismissed.