Looking through my family tree I noticed Arthur Edward Moore Ref No G641-134 shows 3 children, however there are only 2 Robert Ralph Moore Ref No GDFX-6MK and Florence Margarey Moore who married Ronald Francis Stanley. 2 children only to Arthur Edward Moore.
Records show there is another child listed being Robert Earle Moore Ref NoLRXZ-NV7. In fact Robert Earle Moore is the son of Robert Ralph Moore Ref No GDFX-6MK.
Arthur Edward Moore Ref No G641-134 is my grand father.
Would Family Search be able to make the adjustments to their records please
@mooreat80, the Family Tree on FamilySearch is an open-edit collaborative endeavor. You can make the corrections yourself, and in fact, FS employees do not make such general edits. (Their activities are restricted to some very narrow areas, such as private and read-only profiles.)
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There is an error with LDZR-11C Evelyn Ethel Garbett she was married to Roy Edgar Clissold born 1925 married 1947 Sydney
Evelyn Ethel Hankinson married Roy John Clissold reg 1919/9195 NSW Australia
@kiwi2013, please read the previous replies on the thread you've appended your question to. Nothing has changed since those answers were given: the Family Tree on FamilySearch is still an open-edit collaborative tree, and FS employees still don't touch most of it. Corrections have to be made by users just like you and me.
When you see the contributor on a conclusion identified as "FamilySearch", that means that you're looking at legacy data: information that was inputted by users in a prior system on FS. The import process was unable to preserve the contributor information from those prior systems.