Is the "Document", a 'Legal' one; or, just a "Story" (eg. 'Word') one, added by another User/Patron?
If the latter, you could 'Message' the User/Patron who uploaded the "Story" (eg. 'Word') one; and, discuss with them the situation - they may want or be willing to "Change" it.
Whereas, with the former, you cannot (so easily) "Change" a 'Legal' one.
Just a thought.
. . . but a comment can be added to any document in the Memories section clarifying the discrepancy. (not in the document itself)
but you can add a comment (note) to any memories item - clarifying what you think may be in error. (in the comment section on underneath the item)
What do you mean by ... "How do I attach a correction to someone else's entry?
What needs attaching?
What needs correcting?
Can you be more specific - more details.
It is a written interview with a deceased family member. They have an incorrect birthdate, by about 6 months, which may change the storyline. It is an image of this document. Is there a place I can leave a note to correct this? I can supply proof.
So you are talking about "Correcting" something that is in a "Document" that is in the "Memories" of an individual/person; not, so much, correcting the "Vitals" of an individual/person, is that correct?
Yes, the only document I have found indicating this "adoption". But they have her dob incorrect. Maybe for this it makes no difference?
@Dennis J Yancey
Correct ... but ...
I was getting there ...
You 'jumped the gun' ...
I was working through a process ...
but you had already posted your comment
She is deceased, and most of her family members are also deceased. When I add this to my tree, I will attach a note somewhere indicating the correct info. thanks, new to this site and it has been so helpful already. We finally have the story! Bless you!
Sorry, so excited to find an answer, besides I have time on my hands! Thank you very much for your assistance in this matter.
NO need to be sorry.
That is what this "Community.FamilySearch" Forum is all about ...
Users/Patrons HELPING Users/Patrons ...
So glad to hear of your excitement ... that in itself helps others ...
There is NO such thing as a stupid question ... we have all been there ...
We all need help at some stage ...
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