I have had a gripe for years at the poor quality information held in some people's trees on Ancestry and have blamed the individuals for harvesting incorrect information and making it fit without doing even the most basic checks. I still hold the individuals responsible. However, I might have found a reason why some information is blatantly incorrect on Ancestry. Having reluctantly succumbed to the dreaded Ancestry DNA, I even more reluctantly succumbed to putting a tree up there, albeit I have kept it from public view by making it private (what's the point in that I ask myself). On looking through one particular person in my tree I found that Ancestry automatically creates life stories of all the people in the trees. This person was born in Luton Bedfordshire and was married in the parish church there, Christ Church, Luton, Bedfordshire. In the story for this person, she is listed as being married in Christ Church BARBADOS. Similarly, my wife's maternal ancestors were largely born and bred in Leeds UK. Many of them appear in their stories associated with Leeds ONTARIO. If you have a tree on Ancestry you have to manually disable the story builder to prevent it making a mockery of your very careful research. Click on "Trees" in the top search bar then choose "Create and Manage Trees" in the drop-down box. Choose "Manage Tree" in the next drop-down box then uncheck the box which says "automatically build stories for this tree". If you have already opened a person for whom a story has automatically been created prior to you unchecking this box you will have to manually edit the story -- I simply deleted the text then saved it. Next time I opened it the story was replaced with a check box for me to tick to automatically create a story. I hope this helps.