I looked at the Ahnentafel Report. It is confusing in that it weaves the paternal and maternal Ines together. It starts with the principle person and their spouse. It then lists the father and mother of the principle person. This is followed by the grandparents in this order, paternal grandfather, paternal grandmother, maternal grandfather, maternal grandmother. Next comes the eight great grandparents in a similar order and so on for each generation. It rapidly becomes difficult to keep track of where a particular person fits in the ancestry. If you are an expert at using the numbering system used in the Ahnentafel Report it makes it possible to keep track of where a particular person fits in but it is still difficult, at least for me.