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Brain twister! Help!
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|Dorothy||Report||20 Feb 2004 19:52|
I have entered a man in my tree who married my g/g/aunt. His parents and sister are already on the tree because his sister married my g/g/uncle. I don't think I can show that he is a brother or son within his family without getting two of him, ie you can't approach a person in the tree from two directions. I don't think the machine will recognise him both as husband and brother/son. Have I got this wrong? My brain has seized.