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Changing marital status
Julia Harvey
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I want to indicate on my family tree when two people have a child but are unwed.  I've tried choosing "friends" and "other", but when I generate the report, it still states that they were married.  Any suggestions?  Thanks.
Julia Harvey
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RE: Changing marital status
Gail Astley
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Hi

Did you get any reply to your question because I have the same problem

Gail Astley
Tenerife, Canary Isles
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RE: Changing marital status [2]
paul hudson
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you have to not say that thay are maried but that thay have a child
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RE: Changing marital status [2]
Louise Gould
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It's ALOT easier to find if you have downloaded the free My Heritage Family Tree builder, once you've registered it online (does this automatically) you can download your internet version of the family tree. 

Once you've got that done and opened the file find the person who's status has changed (there's a list on the side to make that easier), right  click on their edit icon, go up to spouses, and click on manage spouses. you can now change the staus of a relationship, add more spouses etc

Louise Gould
New Zealand
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RE: Changing marital status [3]
Stacey Stetzer
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Louise Gould wrote:

I have the same issue as the original poster.  The issue is that the other parent was never a spouse but the program will list it as such.

It says that I was married 3 times when I haven't been.

Stacey

It's ALOT easier to find if you have downloaded the free My Heritage Family Tree builder, once you've registered it online (does this automatically) you can download your internet version of the family tree. 

Once you've got that done and opened the file find the person who's status has changed (there's a list on the side to make that easier), right  click on their edit icon, go up to spouses, and click on manage spouses. you can now change the staus of a relationship, add more spouses etc

Stacey Stetzer
La Crosse, WI
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