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|Jenny||Report||26 Feb 2004 10:33|
I have a very confusing family! Are there any Tips on how to link a child to their natural parents tree and their adopted parents tree. My great uncle was adopted by my ggrandmothers family after she died but i can only get him to show up as in the adopted parents tree or the natural parents. Unfortunately I haven't traced the direct link between my ggrandmother and the adoptive family I know they were related but haven't got the tree to link them yet. Please help Jen