Someone merged badly. Can I correct it?
A few days ago, someone merged one of my colonial ancestors with one of his ancestors who had the same name, despite the fact that my ancestor died in Virginia and his died in North Carolina. My ancestor now not only shows as having children with two different wives at the same time, but he also now has two different sets of parents, depending on which wife he's paired with. (Early 1700's in the American colonies, so fairly certain it was not a plural marriage.)
It's especially frustrating because my ancestor was a direct descendent of John Rolfe and Pocahontas, and after the changes this person made my family tree now comes to an abrupt end in the 1700's instead of continuing back to JR and P, because this mad merger also set the wife of his ancestor as the preferred wife. (Took me an hour to figure out what had been done😡)
Is there any way to undo what this person has done?