Warning about Standardisation of "East Indies"
This isn't actually a question but is a warning to anyone working in FS FamilyTree who finds a profile where a place name includes the element "East Indies". I found one earlier today where the displayed birthplace was "Poona, East Indies" (or similar) but the standardised place name had ended up as "Dutch East Indies".
In all honesty, I'd have missed that problem if the displayed place name had been one of many, but Poona (aka Poonah, aka Pune now) is a name I know well so seeing it standardised to somewhere to "Dutch East Indies" was obvious to me - but presumably not to the person who did the standardising. (Which is fair enough)
The source of the confusion is that the term "East Indies" is a "moveable feast". In a British context in (say) the 19th century or earlier, it basically means anywhere in the Indies but not the West Indies. So it's India and all points east. Therefore, a census reference (e.g.) to a birth in "Poona, East Indies" actually means "Poona, India" and not "Poona, Dutch East Indies".
That profile may have been the only one to get standardised to the wrong part of the world (Dutch East Indies), or it may not. Just bear it in mind...