Roles, Relationships & Associations
Starting by collating every reference about how Persons can be interconnected in Gramps: implicitly, explicitly, peripherally.
In general, the Associations tab of Edit Person may be used to explicitly define a connection.
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Establishing correlations between Persons
accord affair communication contact exchange liaison link marriage rapport relation tie affiliation affinity alliance analogy appositeness association bond conjunction consanguinity contingency correlation dependence dependency homogeneity hookup interconnection interrelation interrelationship kinship likeness nearness network parallel pertinence pertinency proportion ratio relativity relevance similarity tie-in tie-up consociation
spouse husband wife groom bride coverture couverture consort companion soul mate significant other helpmeet helpmate partner mate cohabitator lover escort
immediate family nuclear family extended family blended family stepfamily in-laws ex
sibling ancestor elder senior descendant junior
filial - the following relationships are created implicitly via being [as a child] of 1 or more partners of a relationship -biological - explicitly: set Role via Edit Child -illegimate/bastard -adoptive -foster surrogate -sperm donor sibling (brother sister) half-sibling step-sibling
familial ties cousin (nth & removed) paternal maternal aunt uncle nephew niece father mother parent
baby newborn stillborn toddler son daughter child kid children kids grandson granddaughter grandchild greats
bachelor spinster single Relict (widow, widower) girlfriend boyfriend intended financee espoused affianced
membership, alumnus, associate, fellow, honorary, inductee, life member, rank and file, confederate, buddy, crony, comrade
Reprocity (reciprocal relationships)
namesake-eponym guardian-ward fraternal order
- Child Reference Editor
- Set Attribute 3rd party addon
- event role Gramps Glossary definition
- How do I...
- based on the [Gramps-users] archived threads:
- The Group As name override
- unify similar surmanes [sic] thread
- threads with "Group As name"
- sibling Relationships From: FamilyTree(Peter Griffin) - 2016
- relationships and children... From: Rob Healey - 2011
- "Associations" From: Peter Landgren - 2007
- Person Associations dialog From: Craig Treleaven - 2013
- Associations are single ended? From: Nick Hall - 2014
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