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|Helen||Report||11 May 2003 14:35|
Kenneth I have the same problem with 2 sisters from one family marrying 2 brothers from another. I have not been able to solve this problem either. I have just put details in the notes so anyone who has access to my tree can see this. Perhaps it's something that Stephen and Julie could work on resolving for us! P.S. Finally managed to get in to 1837 site after about 10 tries, think they're just busy and persistence pays off.