Hanky panky in the 1800s?

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I just tried to flesh out the profile of a not sure how many generations great uncle. I am writing here just to share. It can be so confusing. He married in Mar 1896, had a daughter in Sept of that year. Got divorced. Remarried 3 years later, got divorced again. In the book I am working from the daughter was listed as Marie Thompson Bliss but her name at birth was Marie Geneva Bliss. She married a Thompson. So should I add profiles for all these people of just note them in the research notes. ?
WikiTree profile: George Bliss
in The Tree House by Nancy Wilson G2G6 Mach 5 (50.2k points)

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If you have sources, I would create profiles for them. Until then, save the information in the comments or research notes on his profile.
by Christine Giles G2G6 (8.8k points)

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