I have 2concerns
I have 2concerns. First: some time ago you sent me an e-mail listing 5 generations of my great grandparents. One of my 5th generation grandparents listed was Cherokee Indian Cetaoe Key. At that time I was able to locate her in my tree--Now she is gone!I was able to find her in search of geological records, but whenI checked the my relationship Icon it said I had no relationship to her! Help! Second is there a jocker in the crowd? I scrolled all the way back to about 400BC guess who I found---Zeus and Atlas!!! ???? Thank you for your help in these concerns. James Alden Hathcock Jr G9DP-52P0
The fact that you use the word "you" implies you are not aware that the tree is a collaborative, group effort on the part of everyone working on it. When you say is there a jocker in the crowd, that is a bit of an insult. Someone thought (I have no idea if it is correct or not) that one of the generational links between you and one of your 5th great grandparents was incorrect and removed it. You can search for that ancestor and study the sources as well as look at the people who made the changes. You may find you agree with them, but if you have reason to believe their work is wrong you can reconnect the link and add the sources which support your action. You can see everyone who made change, and message them if you like. They are all listed in the "Latest Changes" when you click see all.0
Regarding Zeus and Atlas - that may be an unproven line. <smile>0
It is possible that since your 5th Generation grandparent Cetaoe Key had been removed from your pedigree, he/she would not show up as a relative to you. If you have not already done so, you could place this grandparent back into your pedigree by following the instructions in the following link. https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/how-do-i-add-a-family-member-to-the-pedigree-in-family-tree
Once you have added him/her back into your pedigree, you should be able to show a relationship.
In addition, there are some excellent articles in Family Search that will give step-by-step instructions for almost any subject. To access this information, click on the little question mark to the left of your name in the upper right-hand corner of FamilySearch. Then scroll down to “Help Center” and click on that. You will then see colored circles with different topics that can be addressed. Click on “View All’ and you will see 15 different topics to choose from.
You can then click on a specific topic, then enter a few key words in the Search bar to be directed to these articles of instruction.
Hope this helps.0