Union / Marriages and Families
GenoPro uses word "union" to represent a relation or marriage between two
To edit the properties of a union object, double-click on the horizontal bar
linking the two parents.
Marriage / Union Dialog
The label is displayed in the genealogy tree centered between the two
parents. Use this field to put a short description of the relationship
(typically the wedding date). Here are a few examples:
- "m. 1972". Married in 1972.
- "m. 1972, s. 1978" Married in
1972, Separated in 1978.
- "m. 1972, s. 1978, d. 1981". Married in
1972, Separated in 1978, Divorced in 1981.
Describes the type of relationship between the two individuals. GenoPro
define 26 different unions, relations, marriages or cohabitation.
This field is used to display extra information about the family. For
example, if we are unsure that
all children are listed, this information should be documented.
If specified, a symbol will appear in the lower right section of the union
No more children
Possibly more children
To be completed
- A union object has two parents only. GenoPro does not enforce
this rule, but will display a warning if you attempt to link three parents
to the same union object. You will get the warning message "mnage trois"!
Always create one union object for each couple involved. Link each child to
their respective parents. GenoPro uses those links to determine the
siblings, half-siblings, parents and relatives.
- An adopted child can
be attached to more than one union object. Use the "Link As Child" to link
the child to the families involved, then change the type of link to adopted
Displays the primary picture for the union (if
Additional information to be documented about the union.