Computer gibberish in individual's notes. OK to delete?
I see a lot of computer-generated comments in the Notes for some ancestors. This may have had some meaning in 2013 when the database was loaded but means nothing now and only detracts from the Family Tree.
e.g. "Line 14939 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long: SLGC FAMC @[email protected]"
Sometimes the notes appear to be PAF error messages. It wouldn't be so bad if it was just one or two, but sometimes there are 25 of these messages out of 30 notes. Other times, the notes seem personal to one specific researcher.
e.g. "Johnny's 5 great grandfather" or "BRAD001 P6"
Is it OK to delete notes that convey no information but only serve to clutter the record?