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My great-grandpa is his own brother in law and it's messing up my tree!

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My great-grandpa is his own brother in law and it's messing up my tree!

Posted: 8 Mar 2014 9:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
My great grand-father's first wife died young, and he ended up marrying her sister.

This is really messing up the view of my tree, since any view that includes his wives' family shows him twice, as well as doubling up on his kids by the younger sister.

Is there some way to make Ancestry NOT do this? The only solution I can come up with so far would be to remove the older sister's parents, or possibly mark them in some way that they don't show up on the tree.

Any ideas? My grandmother is helping with the tree and this sort of thing boggles her.

(Yes, that screen shot is from Ancestry.com, I override the default look of the web site in my browser so I can see people's names better.)
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