Ancestry.com provide a way of applying per-user corrections to census records. However, this only supports changes to a personal name, place of birth, or date of birth. I would like to report a relationship problem but I see no way of doing this, so I am looking for a suggested approach.
The 1861 census page of Cheshire in England (Piece: 2560, Folio: 23, Page: 6) shows a household with two "Wife" entries:
BRADY, Samuel Head BRADY, Mary Wife BRADY, John Boarder BRADY, Selina Wife BRADY, George Son
First-off, the surname is really "Bradley" but the hand-writing is too poor to submit an objective correction to the original (a mechanism which findmypast supports but not Ancestry). I know this because John Bradley (from Belper) married a Selina Shepherd, had a son (George) in Lancashire, and then moved to Stockport.
However, it is pretty obvious that the second wife is that of the boarder, John. Unfortunately, Ancestry treats all these roles as relative to the 'Head' of the household. It therefore thinks Samuel has two wives, and George is a son by one of them. This meant it took me ages to find this record, even accounting for surname errors, because I was looking for a John with a spouse named Selina.
Is there a recommended correction that could be applied, and which would assist other researchers?