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Organization of Family Tree
The people in the family tree are organized in two ways:
There is a page with an index of every surname: clicking a surname on this page goes to a list of the people with that surname.
There are pages with indexes of every person, organized alphabetically by surname:
Clicking a surname on these pages goes to a list of the people with that surname.
Information About a Person
Clicking on the name or a code will lead to information about that person. For example:
- Clicking on a name — e.g. Esther Lydia — will lead to information about that person and about their primary marriage or relationship: this will include information about their spouse and their children. If there is no marriage or relationship for that person, clicking on the person’s name will do nothing.
- Clicking on an S (S=Spouse) will lead to information about a family in which they or a spouse are (or were) in another marriage or relationship.
- Clicking on a C (C=Child) will lead to information about a family in which that person is (or was) a son, a son-in-law, a daughter, or a daughter-in-law.
- Clicking on a P (P=Parent) will lead to information about a family in which that person is (or was) a father, father-in-law, mother, or mother-in-law.
Personal details about living persons are omitted. In addition, identities of certain people have been omitted at the request of people who are needlessly fearful that the details could lead to identity theft. (Do you fear that criminals could commit identity theft using the data on this site? If so, learn more about this issue.)