Two Fathers - One Biological, One Not

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I am interested in researching both my biological father and non-biological father's trees. Right now, I have my non-biological father listed as my father, although I just changed him to 'non-biological', but his is the one connected to me (because he was the one I grew up with). If I understand right, I should create a completely new profile to track my biological father's line? I wish we could add multiple parents to a single profile. I just want to make sure I set it up right, so I can track both 'paternal' lines.

Thanks.
in Genealogy Help by Brandi Dilling G2G Crew (780 points)

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Hi Brandi, this page for Adoptees and Multiple Parents explains how to set up profiles when you have more than one set of parents. It will explain how you can create and track both profiles.

I hope that helps. smiley

by Laura DeSpain G2G6 Pilot (355k points)
selected by Chandra Garrow
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With this template you can show both in your Biography 

Adoption Template for anyone adopted. 

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Template:Adopted_Child

Here is an example

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Plaisted-208

by Kevin Conroy G2G6 Mach 7 (78.4k points)
Thank you, Kevin. That is very helpful.

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