Road 13 Genealogy

a history of the Rudeen and Rademacher Families

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 #   Report Name   Description 
1. Correspondence Log Correspondence with fellow researchers about ancestors and/or relatives in common. 
2. Documents not linked Display documents (media) not linked to any event. 
3. Individuals in more than one family This may indicate that an adopted or similar flag has been omitted, but more often is produced by unresolved issues in the research process. It shows any child who has more than one natural father or mother. 
4. Null families There is only one parent link to a family structure and no other significant information in the record or children referring to it. These relics can occur when trying to add a parent or sibling. If you know a person was married but not who to, then add a (possibly uncertain) date or type to the record.  
5. Null families 2 There is just one child and no parents. 
6. Orphaned Families Families with no spouses 
7. Parent-child relationship issues The report results in a list of children with a family link that is different than the family ID, such as shown below. 
8. Possible 1812 War Ancestor  
9. Possible Duplicates Looks for people with same first and last name in the Rudeen-Rademacher tree 
10. Unconnected Individuals Individuals without parent, spouse, or children. 

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