New Discovery Page
A Data contributor or Data contributors confused 1824 Lennox, Upper Canada born Deborah Ann Matthews GZ5V-HX9 who married Charles Pringle L252-D8H with 1823 born Deborah Pringle L26P-4DB, born Lennox, Upper Canada who married as her first, Gilbert Sager L26P-4D3, second John Oliver. Deborah Ann Matthews Pringle died 1903 [Find A Grave] and Deborah Pringle Sager Oliver died 1906. The "New Discovery Page" for Deborah Pringle Sager Oliver is now wrong as the data pertains to Deborah Ann Matthews GZ5V-HX9. How can this be corrected
I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
Speaking, generally ...
[ ie. WITHOUT, 'looking at', the particular individuals/person you referenced ... ]
As, you are a "Registered" User/Patron of 'FamilySearch' ...
Can I initially humbly suggest that, you "Check", ALL the "Details", in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch', for each of the respective individuals/persons concerned.
Make sure, ALL the "Details", are as correct, as they can be, for each of the respective individuals/persons concerned, in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
Can I subsequently humbly suggest that ...
IF, ANY of the "Details", are NOT as correct, as they can be, for each of the respective individuals/persons concerned, in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'; THEN, simply "Change" them, to being as correct, as they can be.
IF, you DO make ANY "Changes"; THEN, such "Changes" will NOT appear, IMMEDIATELY, in the respective "Discovery Pages", for a Couple of Weeks (hopefully, about 2); until when, the "Discovery Pages" System, again 'synchronises', with the "Family Tree" System.
Please be aware that, the 'synchronizing', between, the "Discovery Pages" System; and, the "Family Tree" System, is NOT 'Dynamic', it is not automatic and immediate ▬ such 'synchronizing' occurs every Couple of Weeks.
The "Discovery Pages" System; and, the "Family Tree" System, are Two (x2) separate "Systems", that INTERFACE together.
Making "Changes" in the latter, will eventually appear in the former; but, a few Weeks later.
I hope that this helps, somewhat.