I've been going through the lists and merging duplicates. At the same time I've been looking for generational sets, and marking them Sr, Jr, and so on. And I've come upon a couple of cases where I have two sets of, say, Jacob Turner. So I have Jacob Turner Sr, and Jacob Turner Jr, and then another set of Jacob Turners. (In one case there was a generation that was skipped, in another they were cousins).The only way I could think to handle this was to label one pair as Sr-1 and Jr-1, and the other as Sr-2 Jr-2, and then putting identical comments for all four of them. But I wondered if there was another way to handle this, and thought I'd ask here.Any ideas, suggestions, comments?Nancy
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