Familysearch has put the wrong great grandfather onto my tree.
My great grandfather was Alexander Adams, born 1837 in Co. Fermanagh, Ireland. He emigrated in 1854 to Sydney Australia with his parents and siblings. HE married Maria Allen on 3 Oct 1861 in Sydney. He was a teacher.
The problem is that you have put a completely unrelated person down on my tree (I didn't do it) as my great grandfather, ALEXANDER RICHARD ADAMS, son of Richard, born Sydney, who married Maria Allen. THIS IS COMPLETELY UNTRUE, as thousands of descendants of my Alexander will attest.
MY great grandfather Alexander (no middle names) who died 18 September 1907, is buried in Field of Mars, Ryde, Sydney. After Maria died in 1884, my Alexander remarried, to Kate Veronica Bennet in 1896. A total of 13 children born, who have many descendants.
Good evening @inthegarden1917
The FamilySearch Family Tree is a collaborative tree and completely open-edit. If you view the change log, down the right side of your great-grandfather's profile, you can see the names of the contributors who have added to his profile. And those usernames are hyperlinks, allowing you to contact those contributors and collaborate with them, by private message.
FamilySearch, as an organization, doesn't edit profiles. Individual contributors do.1
HI @inthegarden1917 - Welcome to FamilySearch Community asking the question about your great grandfather. There seems to be a great deal of confusion around your great grandfather. The marriage of Maria Allen to Alexander Richard Adams was input by another user back in 2014. Your Alexander Adams is record number LD1X-2Y8 along with some possible duplicates. He is the son of Thomas Adams LD1X-LSN and Mary Cowan LD1X-LWM as you indicated. However, he shows as being married to Jane Little 1863 and Mary Ann Johnston 1880. Those marriages were added by another user in 2013. There will have to be some research done to determine where all the different people belong. One of the useful tools is looking at the latest changes. Below is a link explaining more about latest changes. After you do some more looking, you may want to schedule a call for some one on one help. See the link below.
Hope this helps.0