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Arranging Family Tree

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    After endless genealogical research and tons of paperwork, you are finally ready to sit down and complete your own family tree. But how to assign each
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 28, 2009
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      After endless genealogical research and tons of paperwork, you are
      finally ready to sit down and complete your own family tree. But how to
      assign each relatives relationship with you? Surely, not everyone of
      them can count as that general entity "cousins." That's why you
      conducted the research in the first place, isn't it? To avoid
      generalizing, know exactly the nature of your relationship to your
      other relatives. Setting the relationships in your own family tree in
      order is easy with a few simple tips.
      First, separate your relatives by generations. A generation is defined
      as a stage of descent. For example, you and your cousins make up one
      generation. Likewise, your parents plus their cousins make up another.
      Separating your data by generations will make it easier to track how
      many generations you have managed to traced. The generations will also
      determine how extensive your personal family tree will be. Label each
      generation starting from the earliest. If you managed to trace your
      parents' grandparents and they are the oldest in your book, label them
      as the first....

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