I don't recall whether I brought this up earlier, or not. Due to outside influences, my CRS is extremely active these days. So, here goes:
I need to separate my tree into maternal and paternal shrubs, keeping all the relateds intact within the respective shrubs. I know that I can make a temp file, then "un-marry" my parents.
However, there's a Baby Ruth in the Punch, 'way back in the lines. At two places, there's an ancestor from one line who married an ancestor in the other line! I can't remember who is where, else I could "unmarry" them, too. I don't want to delete anyone, just separate the two lines, within the same file.
Is there a way to more easily find those two earlier marriages, when I can't recall the names? These links involve collaterals, not directs...
If not, maybe the Powers That Be can create a little utility to find such "cross-overs"... Paying attention, Bruce?!
This sort of utility would make it easier for now-unwanted family lines to be deleted...
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