Re: [Cz-L] Fundamental Genealogical Question

From: Gary Davis <>
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2014 09:35:32 -0300
To: HARDY BREIER <HARDY3_at_BEZEQINT.NET>, Czernowitz Discussion Group <>
Reply-To: Gary Davis <>

I know someone who has a child and lives with a "common-law partner".

Both parents of both of the childıs parents are divorced. Three remarried
and the fourth has a permanent partner.

As far as the child is concerned, they have 8 grandparents. It has
certain material benefits, on birthdays, for example.

How would one chart such a family? With a lot of horizontal dashes I
suppose? And (before Hardy says it) a lot of dashed relationships!

Gary D.

On 2014-03-14, 12:05 AM, "HARDY BREIER" <HARDY3_at_BEZEQINT.NET> wrote:

>A few days and 20 posts ago Jerome started a thread with the solemn words:
>" Everybody has two parents."
> Today , 20 posts later , nobody contested this elementary truth.
> Not much wiser I must conclude:
> " Dont cry for me Valentina "
>[Actually two good things happened: My question was answered in many
>different ways and
>the two Gary's found out they were cousins -- we move on?]

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