Here is the top of my "Recent changes" list for today:
Mary Ann Underhill LH55-WJJ to see if there was anything new. There was - a source citation for the marriage of her daughter Mary Almeda "Vause" to James G. "Woodard":
I added the marriage record to my RootsMagic database for Mary Almeda Vaux and James G. Woodward. This is the second marriage record for this Vaux family where the surname is spelled "wrong" - note that the item is for "Mary Ann Vause" (the mother) with her husband "Samuel Vause" and the daughter "Mary Almeda Vause."
Mary Ann (Underhill) Vaux (1815-1883) is my 3rd great-grandmother.
2) Also on my "Recent changes" list was John Kemp (1768-1861) LCPF-7S2. Someone had added a son John James Kemp (1824-????) to the family, and had added three christening sources for the son from 1824 in Brighton, Sussex, England, born to John Kemp and Mary.
However, John Kemp LCPF-7S2 married Mary Dafoe (1776-1832) in 1795, and resided his whole life in Ontario, Canada, with their family of at least nine children born between 1795 and 1812. John Kemp LCPF-7S2 is my third great-grandfather.
I removed the purported son John James Kemp (1824-????) from the family, and deleted the three sources added recently for his christening from the profile for the father, John Kemp LCPF-7S2.
3) Then I noticed that my John Kemp (1768-1861) LCPF-7S2 had a second marriage with Eleanor Marton and a number of children by her while married to Mary Dafoe.
I checked my RootsMagic database, and saw that it was another John Kemp (1788-1861), son of Joseph Kemp and Catherine Bovee, who was the husband of Eleanor Marton.
I fixed it, but it wasn't easy. I removed the marriage of John Kemp LCPF-7S2 from Eleanor Marton and her children (I had to do this on Eleanor's profile. Then I added the correct John Kemp (1788-1861) LRC3-W5Z to the marriage. Somehow, the children were lost in the process. Oh well - I'm sure someone will fix it. As long as they don't put the wrong John Kemp back as the father.
4) Such is life in the FamilySearch Family Tree. Sometimes you get a nugget of information, like the Vaux marriage record; other times, someone has messed up a family - in this case, two different messes that needed to be wiped up.
Now I have another 9 set of changes to make sure nobody has messed up my ancestors. A FamilySearch Family Tree watcher has to stay vigilant!