Error with 1910 Census
While looking at the above record I found that my ancestor Mattie Youngblood was indexed as Walter and as Female.
I made the correction to the name Mattie (not Walter). The record was attached to a person created by the 1910 US Census Project. Therefore, I detached the record from Walter (GCCQ-K3R) who is not a real person (since he was only created because of this census) and attached it to my ancestor Mattie (2DTP-NTS).
I wanted to then attach the census to her son Thomas, daughter Julia, and father that are found in the census. Unfortunately, it appears the index for the entire census page has been removed, and only Mattie's information is indexed. Therefore, I can't attach it to Thomas, Julia, or her father.
How can this be fixed so the indexes return and I can attach the record to the other members of the household?
Martha Jane "Mattie" Wren is correct 2DTP-NTS.
This sounds and looks like a variation on what happened when I edited an entry from the 1850 census: https://community.familysearch.org/en/discussion/143775/index-correction-caused-a-mess-in-the-1850-u-s-census.0
N Tychonievich mod
@jojo we've been seeing instances where user corrections of the indexed data results in the rest of the household in a US census disappearing. I'll get the instance you cited reported. While we wait for a fix, you can use the census image as the source for the rest of the family.
Click to see the original document that you have attached to Mattie (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GYBM-QFR?view=index&personArk=%2Fark%3A%2F61903%2F1%3A1%3AM2Q3-9LM&action=view&groupId=TH-1951-25139-57065-30). It's going to open showing the indexed info for Mattie. The image index for this page seems to be lacking, so the Attach to Tree button you see above the image is not going to be of any use. That leaves you with 2 options: You can click Source Box and add the image to your source box. From there, you can attach it to the rest of the family. Or you can copy the URL for the image and use it to create a source in Family Tree.
One other step I'd encourage you to take. When you go to that census image, it will open in the new image viewer. On the left side of the screen, you should see a white Feedback button. Click it and then click one of the faces that shows how you feel. A form will then appear where you can report what happened. That report will go directly to the group that manages these record sets and is the fastest way to get problems reported.0