How Can we correct errors in records. It lists my aunts husband as her brother. Also the place of death is incorrect for my paternal grandmother. I can’t find how to correct these errors
That depends. When you say "It lists", what exactly is "it"?
If you are referring to a record such as a census, we cannot change them at all. Familysearch does not own most records, just has permission to use, index or display them. If you are referring to the index that someone made of the record, only some of those can be corrected. Best to add notes to records when you can and to people when you add records to people.
As has already been proffered ...
The answer to your 'Question' depends on WHAT "Part" of 'FamilySearch' your are referring to ...
There are various "Parts" to "FamilySearch':
[ Principally; but, NOT limited to ... ]
▬ Family Tree
And, it appears that you are referring to correcting errors in, BOTH, the "Records" (including: "Indexing"); and, "Family Tree", parts of 'FamilySearch.
IF, you want to CORRECT (perceived) "Errors" in the "Details" (including: "Couple"; and, "Parent-Child", Relationships) of/for "Deceased" individuals/persons, in the "Family Tree" part; THEN, ANY "Registered" User/Patron CAN do that.
IF, you want to CORRECT (perceived) "Errors" in the ("Indexed") "Records", in "Records" part, which can become the "Sources" attached to individuals/persons, in "Family Tree"; THEN, that is another matter.
Some "Fields", of ("Indexed") "Records", being "Sources", can be "Edited" (even while attaching to individuals/persons in "Family Tree"); but, generally, only certain ones, that are by 'FamilySearch'.
Whereas, other ("Indexed") "Records" being "Sources", CANNOT be "Edited"; because, they are from other Websites.
That said ...
IF, you would like some help/assistance/advice; THEN, you could ask for such; as, a (General) 'Question', in the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum.
Or, if you prefer, you could "Join" a particular 'Group' in the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum; and, ask a 'Question' there in that 'Group'.
There are many Users/Patrons, who participate in the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum, who would be only too willing to provide help/assistance/advice.
Here is a direct 'link' to home/Landing page/screen of the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum:
I hope this helps.
Fenla Rogers only serving sibling at her death was my mother who you spell incorrectly in her information. My mother is LaPreal Rogers Hoyt-Houser and my name is Shirlyn Hoyt Allen and I'm already a Family Search Member.
Family Search sent email "Memories of your Grandma"
You have Susan Ann Hill (great grandmother) b 20 Dec 1855 Wennington, Essex, England.
She was born Wennington in Huntingdaleshire not Essex. - near Abbots Ripton
@Jangr, I think I found her Family Tree profile. If that's her, then the email was just showing what has been entered on said profile as the standardized place associated with her birthplace. In other words, the wrong standardized place was chosen.
You can fix it by going to her profile and clicking Edit next to her birth. Click the tiny triangle to the right of "Wennington, Essex, ..." to see all of the entries in the Places database that match the text "Wennington, Huntingdon, England" (by some arcane and esoteric definitions of "match"). I notice that the root of the problem is likely the fact that the Places database doesn't appear to contain a Wennington in Huntingdonshire; are you sure this is correct? (English geography is not my area of expertise.)