1950 census indexed all of Dodge county Wisconsin incorrectly.
On the page to browse images, selecting Wisconsin brings up the list of counties except for Dodge. The enumeration district for Dodge begins with 14 and for Trempealeau it begins with 61. https://www.familysearch.org/records/images/search-results?projectId=M9HW-2YP&page=1&fullMap=true&place=1
It seems all records for Dodge county have been indexed incorrectly as town of Dodge in Trempealeau county. Here is an example: https://www.familysearch.org/records/images/image-details?projectId=M9HW-2YP&page=2&place=8013169&rmsId=TH-7772-115399-36961-45&imageIndex=28&singleView=true
This makes the residence and the Event Place wrong. The Event Place (Original) is correct. Ancestry.com seems to be indexed correctly.
I believe I have come across this same indexing issue before on other sources, but cannot provide an example right now.
Thanks for bringing this error to our attention. With all the problems that we've had with the standardization tool, I see that we haven't missed the 1950 Census. I started from the Images page that you shared and then found an index record details page for a William A Lother that demonstrates the problem as you described it.
The original event place is Waupun, Dodge, Wisconsin; however, the final event place, as a result of the standardization process, becomes Dodge, Trempealeau, Wisconsin, United States. Because the Census record clearly identifies the correct location, we are confident that the index record is in error.
I will put this instance of the standardization problem into the queue for our engineers to review and resolve. Unfortunately, because of a significant backlog of similar problems, it would be impossible to suggest when the problem will be fixed.
Certainly you will want to attach the record (with the census image) as a source, as appropriate. You can off-set the problem by add the correct location in the title (if you so desire) and address the problem and provide correct information in the Source Notes.
Hope this helps.0