G37M-WD9 John Bray Coker - wrong parents, totally erroneous tree
John Lafayette Coker was the son of Charles Leonard Coker and Edna Wyatt. When Edna died, Charles was institutionalized at Central Oklahoma State Hospital for several years. During that time John Lafayette Coker and his siblings were temporarily split up among friends and family, and he stayed with the Brays. He used their last name at times as a child, and added it as a middle name for the rest of his life. However, he was not legally adopted by the Brays, he was not born a Bray, he was a Coker. Source: He was my grandfather. I knew him. I met all his Coker siblings. I have strong DNA matches with many descendants of Charles Leonard Coker, Edna Wyatt and their ancestors in Tennessee and elsewhere. This error is possibly due to him being listed as the Brays adoptive son on the 1920 Census, which is not factually correct. As currently shown, descendants of John Lafayette Coker could erroneously trace their lineage through the Brays.
Can this be fixed? Disconnect him from the Brays and assign the correct parents? Thank you.