Related: Reporting Errors on Family Search Records Pages
At some time, I read a discussion that explained that in some cases, a batch of sources belongs to another company and thus we cannot make edits to correct bad indexing. While I understand that, I have been noticing an increasing amount of bad place name indexing. I do not know if these were preexisting, but it seems to have increased at the same time the place name standardization project happened. What I am finding are multiple pages of a census having wrong state connected. In today's case, it is marriage records.
The first case I ran across it was in a census that allowed place name editing. I manually edited 3 pages of the census before I gave up. Sorry for giving up. Only the town name was the same, the county name was different, and so was the state. (coded New York, should have been Massachusetts)
All the marriages in 1833 (and many other years) for Southampton Massachusetts are coded as Southampton, England, UK
Surely this could be fixed? And wouldn't a way to report a massive copy paste index problem be helpful?