IPad transfer questions from family members share

We will offer you iPad from MOM to Dad.  It is a model cell phone and Wi - Fi.

It is the first account of the family action under his plan identifier Apple.  She is a member of the plan with his own unique iCloud account and Apple ID.  She has unique contacts and messages, and the messages that she wants to see private from his iPhone.

I removed his mail and settings of FaceTime and iCloud and added sound.  Under the iCloud Control Panel (this is iOS 9.3.2) is its name and its identifier.  There are also "Family" with his name and ID.

This is equivalent to locomotives under the parameter "Mail, contacts, calendars".

However, the iPad still receive texts and messages sent to it, not to him.  And she claims that their contacts have merged.

I suspect the texts (which are not distinguishable messages from Apple devices, are they?) are simply of people texting the number associated with the SIM card in the iPad.  I think that contacts probably not a really merge.

is there any advice as the best transition a device of a member of the family to another in the same family plan without sharing data from the previous owner?  If I delete his account iCloud and mail, contacts and calendar settings on this device panels, am I remove his family plan in total Apple ID?  Or only on the iPad and it remains in the plan on his lapto and his iPhone?

thx for the advice

The best way to prepare the device is log ID of MOM to iCloud and then erase the device, Dad then begins with a white iPad. You need to either get him his own sim card or that everyone knows change.

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