I accidentally added a person who is not blood related and I don't know how to remove from my tree. Can anyone help me???
Is that person Living or Deceased?
He was my step grandfather's dad.
There is no need to remove him. This is one big tree everyone shares. Often "non blood related" persons will show correctly, remember it's not Your tree it's everyone's tree. If you will post his PID people can look at it further to see if I'm missing something here.
Cannot delete ancestors that aren't mine. Kindly advise. Thx.
This article may help you to do that:
The process of eliminating a person can feel a bit intimidating, but rest assured that there are ways to restore deleted records or relationships through the Latest Changes feature. To learn how, see related articles linked at the end of the following article.
Hope it helps!
After you finish the above procedure you may want to consider to add this person to the worldwide family tree not connected to your family line to be found by any other of his relatives anywhere in the world. You can add individuals who are not connected to your family line.
A common reason for adding individuals who are not connected to your family line is to add people who have a probable family relationship that is not verified because the records are inadequate, such as those who have the same last names and who resided in the same small geographical areas as known ancestors.
Tip: When you add an unconnected person, it is helpful to record the ID number of the new record for future reference. Here is an article for your consideration.
The fix for the problem of a person attached to your tree who does not belong there is an action you can take: detach the person from your tree.
Also examine the sources and detach any that are incorrectly attached to the unrelated person or to your family; they often are the reason why a person was attached incorrectly in the first place and if you leave them attached the FT hints system is likely to suggest attaching that person to your family all over again.