Two daughters (Anna M. Taylor b.1821) of Nathan Taylor and Anna B Ross are just one person not two.
edited September 28, 2020 in Suggest an Idea
russ taylor said: For: Nathan Taylor LTT8-PS3, 1793-1847 and Anna B Ross , a daughter was added : Anna M. Taylor. There are two of them (GSZ7-2R5 & L4HK-MP4) and they are the same person. These codes need to be consolidated into one code for one person. She is named among the many beneficiaries in the probate of her half brother Charles Taylor in Butte County, Calif 1853., "Anna M. Ellsworth formerly Anna M. Taylor new wife of Nathaniel B Ellsworth is a half sister of the said Chas. Taylor. "
Robert Wren said: Welcme to the users' forum for Family Search, Russ.
One of the joys of the FS Tree is that anyone can correct &/or modify anything! (but one of the bad things of the FS Tree is that anyone can correct &/or modify anything)
After comparing & researching, YOU can correct this by merging the two together.
as you seem new to the forum, I'd suggest the Family History Guide https://www.thefhguide.com/project-1-... if you need to learn how.0
JT said: And that is just the tip of the iceberg here.
Another Anna Taylor LLH9-7JF has very similar parents to your 2nd Anna (L4HK-MP4). Hence the system is identifying those two as duplicate of each other. But L4HK-MP4 has two sets of very different parents - can't be both.0
russ taylor said: My extended response became compromised.(I'm 78, keyboard mis -types)
Being a direct descendant of this particular line, I have many years of research aided by two other people (cousins) . Nathan was my gggrandfather. [email protected]0
russ taylor said: merging the two together. Ok, do it.0