Unsourced Find A Grave Pages - these are NOT sources
Not sure how you fix this, but people are using "Find a Grave" as an unsourced family tree, where the "burial details are unknown", and then they just make up who they think is connected to another person - typically based on someone else's unsourced family tree.
You have all these unsourced trees - including Find A Grave - pointing at each other like the fact that you repeated something 1000 times means it is suddenly a source. If there are no sources/records on the Find A Grave site, it shouldn't be considered a "source". For example - the following link is just plain wrong: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/141180323/john-federick_%22goin%22_goins%22-going
It has all the wrong children for John Going. What looks like happened is someone was doing a family tree for a John Going who I know from research lived in Pittsylvania Co, Va and Henry Co, Va and then confused that John Going with the actual one who married Mary Keith. As you can see, there is no grave site, no tombstone, no death certificate ... no sources on that link. It is just an unsourced family tree, yet you have it as a "source" on your database here: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QK1Z-PDDY
Now on the other hand, if it actually has photos of the tombstone and an actual physical address of the cemetary where the gravesite is located, etc. That IS a source. But what I have found is that many Find A Grave pages are nothing more than unsourced family trees.
The way Find A Grave is set up makes their pages questionable. They allow people to just sign up and start creating pages for people with no actual grave site. You actually do need to go to the site and see whether it is just someone's unsourced tree, or if it is a page for an actual grave site/tombstone.