I posted a GEDCOM including Jesse Sterling Olds Olds-562 and I got this "ugly looking inclusion.

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Husband @I9010@.
Child: @I14475@.
Child: @I14071@.
Child: @I14072@.
Child: @I14476@.
Child: @I14073@.
Child: @I14074@.
Child: @I14075@.
Child: @I14472@.

   This must be information internal to the GEDCOM but could have been expanded to include the children in this case.  Should this have been handled better?  What am I supposed to do?
in Policy and Style by Dan Olds G2G Crew (980 points)

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It is a pretty common gedcom import problem, older version and apparently the newer version also. I have seen plenty that create a perfectly good list and honestly don't know why (unless it's the software generating the list.  You should just delete it and start your list from scratch.
by Anne B G2G Astronaut (1.2m points)
selected by Maggie N.
Thanks.  I guess a lot of data entry will have to be manual re-entry from the formatted reports I create, then copy.  Too bad,

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