Errors in Sources
NOTE: "Sources" referred to here is/are in the "Family with Sources" section of the respective profile(s).
The duplication of given names within a family can be extremely misleading. With the millions of profiles created and sourced by FamilySearch, it isn't surprising that errors crop up. Here are some errors noted for members of my family tree. John Joseph Sater (L6NY-YK9) was my maternal 2xgr Grandfather.
The 1st Source listed for John Joseph Sater (L6NY-YK9) is incorrect; it actually should be for his grandson John Donald Sater (LKZ9-MGK). This source refers to "John Sater" as the brother of Russell Sater. The rest of the Sources appear to be accurate.
The Sources for John Joseph Sater's father, Joseph J. Sater (GHF7-4PG) are exactly the same as for John Joseph Sater and, of course, are completely incorrect.
The 1st Source listed for John Reuben Sater (L6NB-Q4T) is the same as referred to above for John Joseph and Joseph J Sater. It actually refers to John Reuben's sons, John Donald and Russell Leon.
You may contact me for further information if it is required. John Joseph Sater (L6NY-YK9) was my maternal 2xgr Grandfather. My family tree is a public tree on Ancestry (Clark-Duncan Family Tree).
James F. Clark
Ancestry ID: jclark4548
WikiTree ID: Clark-16377
Record for Dorothy Emerson (born in 1936 and residing in Chester County, TN) in the 1940 census is reported as daughter-in-law to head of household Leo Emerson. This is wrong. Dorothy was the daughter of Leo. Dorothy was my mother.0