Records being placed in the wrong county in FamilySearch
I do a lot of historical research of records in and around Wyandotte, Wayne County, Michigan, which is located in Michigan's lower peninsula in the state's largest county. I have recently discovered that many records added to FamilySearch for Wyandotte, Wayne County, Michigan are incorrectly being attributed to Wyandotte, Houghton, Michigan, a very small community in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I was surprised t learn that a state would allow two cities to have the same name. I envision that what is happening is that when a record for Wyandotte, Michigan is being added a dropdown menu appears with both Wyandottes being listed. Since Wyandotte, Houghton County, Michigan comes first alphabetically in a dropdown, some are quickly selecting it instead of scrolling down and selecting Wyandotte, Wayne County. Michigan. This will cause headaches for both current and future genealogists and family historians. How do we go about both preventing this error in future records, and correcting records already created that incorrectly show Wyandotte, Houghton County, Michigan for a Wyandotte, Wayne County, Michigan record?