The quick look at your report (seen in the upgrade details) isn’t the same. Guess I used wrong term: the report I generated was Relatives. In the attached, every column can be configured to show whatever field I’ve set. So, could be their name, birth, death, parents, spouse, marriage — whatever I want. It then marks each of those records in what’s called the family view (think of default F&E both with male/female showing) with their designated relationship. So, if I looked at John Jr’s record, it would show “son”.
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