This looks really messed up. Who can fix this?
We understand that there are incorrect associations relating to Marie Guignard L8JP-3WS as far as husband and father and maybe even daughter.
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The matching name by itself is not necessarily an indication of error. I have an ancestor who married a woman with exactly the same name as his mother. (Luckily, he was not named after his father.)
It is a very confusing record for Marie Guignard, L8JP-3WS.
Marie Guignard is listed as a child of Pierre Guinard LV41-FG2, and Marie-Josephe Pare’ LVCF-WDC. She has sources for spouse Antoine Delepch and Jean Epenier. There are no sources for the marriage to Pierre Guiognard, GHVY-LMV, and his details page has a lot of sources for children with a mother called Marie Paris. Is it possible the link between Marie Guignard and Pierre Guinard is incorrect? That the mother of Marie Guignard GHVY-P4C should be Marie Parris, and list all the other children from the Record Hints? Could the actual parent be LVCF-WDC. Also the first record hint has the Father in Law, Pierre Guignard, LV41-FG2 attached to Pierre Guignard GHVY-LMV.
You could detach that connection and connect it accurately. Use the article link below:
Hopefully this information may be helpful.
This was probably started by computers then people added on making it worse.
It appears that we have not answered your question yet. Therefore let me digress into the purpose of FamilySearch Family Tree. Computers do NOT do pedigree analysis and correction. That is the responsibility of the user. We assist you with the techniques and mechanics of the pedigree and research. The computer is the tool that does the work but you make the decisions. We do have some indexing projects (obituaries) that take typewritten data and produce an index. Otherwise the computers are not yet smart enough to do the work of a human.
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@JohnDumas1 hoping that you have gotten help for the record of Marie Guignard 1729-Deceased, if not the link below does suggest other means of assisting you with your genealogy work.
Where can I get help with my genealogy?
Also, once you are sure of Marie's death date or even year, you can update her record on her person page under life sketch. Having a source attached to confirm such an event will assure other relatives of its accuracy when looking at her record.
Wishing you success in updating this record.