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Family Descendants:
Focus Person, spouses, and descendants.

You can set the number of generations by setting Descendants.

The example shows three intergenerational marriages. Remember, if names are hard to read, you can always

mouseover to see the name pop up,
or increase the magnification,
or increase the page height,
or click on a person of interest and draw a chart with less detail.

And if you don't have enough detail, you can crank up the number of Descendants as long as more of them are in the database, as in the second example below.

This example has Descendants=5. All the intermarriage lines show pretty clearly why European royalty address each other as "cousin." To make the patterns clearer, this examples has nodates checked, so that only names appear.

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