In a family tree of your ancestry.com account, you can Delete event or Fact from a person’s profile page.
How Do I Delete A Fact On Ancestry
- Click on “Facts” from the profile page of a person.
- From the facts column, hover over a particular fact and then tap on “Edit” button that shows. If you hover on a fact and button doesn’t displays, then the particular fact is coming from a family member. Now you have to go through that family member profile to edit the fact or turn off the family facts by pressing “Show” in facts column and select Family events.
- From the bottom-right corner of displayed menu, tap on “Delete”.
Troubleshoot the issues
You can diagnose and troubleshoot the issues that occur while adding or removing facts and events. Review the solutions below according to the situations that appear while managing facts on your ancestry account.
Adding, Deleting, Editing a Fact That is Not Working or the Menu is Blank?
Clear the cache and cookies from the browser and then give it a try again.
Duplicates in facts and events?
The finest way to manage duplicate issues in facts and events is to adding the information from one facts or event to another, and then delete the oldest one. Right now it is not possible to merge any facts or events available for a person in your family tree.
Edit button not available on a fact?
If you hover the pointer on a fact and button doesn’t show up, then the particular fact is displaying from a family member. Go to the member’s profile to edit that fact or turn off the option for family facts by pressing Show in the facts column, and then choose family events.
To manage events and facts about a particular people/relationship on your ancestry tree, you must be aware of the process to attach or deleting the facts and events on ancestry. So we have updated all that information here for you. Let us know still if you have any queries about this article or need further assistance.