Open to everyone to compile a list of the dead from various sources into Family Tree.
There are many records of the dead according to various sources that people can access to, such as books in various libraries or by various websites. It would be great if people with goodwill would like to help put them together in one place where everyone can find. Hopefully Family Tree of FamilySearch will encourage an obvious function to add to those deceased names who are not their relatives into a new branch of Tree, and require them to include the source of the information such as the title of the book, the page of the book, the book reference number, the name of the library or where the information was found, or the name of the website found (may include photos or screen captures).🙂
You can add an unrelated person using the button at the bottom of the Recents menu (which really ought to be called something more like the "GoTo" menu). However, such an "extraction program" is unlikely to be a good idea in general, because depending on the time and place, many of the people may already have profiles in the Tree -- and even if they don't, the created "floating" profiles are likely to only be found as duplicates, i.e. after someone creates another profile for the same person with the same relatives.0
It is not really the function of Family Tree to contain a list of separate names of deceased individuals. The idea is to place them in relationships. Perhaps your idea is a reasonable one if one or more additional people (say parents or a spouse) are also mentioned (in the book). Otherwise, I agree with Julia regarding the limited use of such an exercise, as there is probably little chance of a "floating" profile being found by other users.0
@Anupong , sounds like you may be a perfect candidate to put your energy and enthusiasm into Indexing.
On familysearch.org Family Tree click the "Get Involved" tab then "Indexing".
Indexing is extremely helpful in furthering the family tree.0