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Old 16 February 2018, 05:54 PM
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Default Moving a child (and their spouse) to a new parent

I just found out that a cousin of my Other Half had two husbands and one child by each.
I'd entered the info on both of her children under what I now understand to be the second husband/marriage.
Is there a way to move the file for the older daughter and her husband to the appropriate spot?
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Old 16 February 2018, 06:02 PM
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I just found out that a cousin of my Other Half had two husbands and one child by each.
I'd entered the info on both of her children under what I now understand to be the second husband/marriage.
Is there a way to move the file for the older daughter and her husband to the appropriate spot?
You can move the daughter easily enough. Drag her from the marriage where she doesn;t belong to the clipboard.

Switch to the marriage where she does belong (If you didn't add that husband yet, add him now). Drag her from the clipboard to the children area in the new marriage.
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Old 11 October 2018, 01:42 AM
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You can move the daughter easily enough. Drag her from the marriage where she doesn;t belong to the clipboard.

Switch to the marriage where she does belong (If you didn't add that husband yet, add him now). Drag her from the clipboard to the children area in the new marriage.
Dennis, very belated thanks on this tip. It worked, first time!

FWIW, I work on genealogy very sporadically and actually forgot that I'd asked this question, till I had occasion to ask another one, earlier this week.

Best, Scott Baltic
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