(Important Note: I have only uploaded the glyphs I have used in practice sentences and sample constructions. Therefore, not every glyph indicated on these "source" pages is available on my website at the moment. Instead, you'll probably see a lot of these little guys, , indicating that the image can't be loaded.)
There are a lot of little marks and tics that geneologists use to indicate relationships and life histories on a family tree. Most of these are found on the average keyboard, which simplified typing and typesetting in the pre-computer age.
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