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|Karen||Report||15 Jan 2003 15:41|
In reply to Anton Hayes earlier point about step-families.... I have had no problem entering my very complicated tree on to the site.The last five generations on the female side of the family have all been married twice and produced children ( yes,very dysfunctional I know especially for the late 19th century! ).Admittedly the tree is very wide based with so many offspring on it but as long as you methodically enter everybodies marriages & make sure the parents are the correct ones there should not be any problem.