How do I do that. Currently I am linked to my adopted father (cpl Patrick w Kerrick -LT8G-G6D) and mother (Dorothy May devary kerrick G3Dw-XCY). Can I also set up tree for my birth dad - Maxwell Ray Lacey?
Welcome to the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum.
I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
Short Answer: 'Yes', you can; and, quite easily.
On your "Person/Details" page/screen ...
▬ Firstly, go down to the "Family Members" Section.
▬ Secondly, go to the "Parents and Siblings" area ('right-hand-side')
▬ Thirdly, select that "+ Parent"
▬ Fourthly, from there, ADD whatever details of the ADDITIONAL set of Parents that you want.
▬ Finally, make sure that you and the 'Type' of "Relationship" to the correct Parent.
.... [ ie. "Biological"; or, "Adopted"; or, as the case may be ... ]
Add the relevant "Parent-Child" Relationships
What it will finish up like ...
I hope this helps.
Thank you for contacting FamilySearch with your question regarding if you can set up a tree for your birth dad. In consulting with an internal team, it was agreed that the best way to have you follow and have access to both fathers' lines, you should do the following.
Please, feel free, to disregard the previous 'Comment', that you are NOT related to your Adopted Family.
You are very much entitled to both, consider; and, say, that you ARE related to your Adopted Family.
There, is no dispute, on that.
Enjoy; and, embrace, your Adopted Family, just as much as can enjoy; and, embrace, your Biological Family.
Brett is correct. We have deleted the incorrect information regarding you adopted and biological family.
Best of luck with your FamilySearch!!