I would like to talk to someone with authority to remove a person I cannot locate.
is linked to my ancestors prior to their marriage & listed as being buried in Frogtown cemetery in Clarion PA. There are only five Frogtown cemeteries, none in PA. Looked at all of them, no infant Craig is buried or documented. I think this is an error and should be corrected as per above comment.
Maryann, I have found that frequently, in small communities that have a cemetery, that cemetery would informally be referred to with the name of the community in spite of what its actual name is. In this case the only cemetery located in Frogtown, Limestone Township, Clarion, Pennsylvania in the 1872 timeframe has been referred to as the "Frogtown Cemetery". But this may very well actually be the "Salem Cemetery" that is located in Frogtown (right next to the Nevin Church). In fact, the name "Salem" may have been added many years later.
The "baby" Craig that is currently in the FSFT was entered into the database early in 2012. In other words it appears to have been transferred from the earlier NEW FamilySearch database which unfortunately, would NOT have included any sources. But that person was a real person and there are likely records around somewhere showing the birth/death and burial in Frogtown. The location of the burial is close to the birth places of the other children so it is possible that she was born before the marriage, but if you find that this baby was NOT born to those parents, then you do NOT want to delete the record (In fact, you cannot delete it and and FS will not do it for you). You will only need to delete the relationship to the father, the mother, or both as is appropriate. That way the record of that real person will then remain in the database until appropriate parents can be found.
Hope this helps some.
if a person created the record - I would think they should be able to delete it . . .
BUT Im not sure the delete option is always available any way - Id like to hear some feedback from FS staff -
on many records the delete option says "delete opion unavailable"
I wonder if you are asusming (incorrectly) that the delete option is always (or even mostly) available - when it may not . . .
note - a "disconnection" (is much more possible) and can appear as if a person was deleted (when they werre not) - but simply diconnected from parent/child/spouse )
so I wonder if various scenarious are all being thrown together here . . .