Mother’s gedkit T914728 retained its associations to HER tree Morrel Klinglesmith) instead of mine despite the fact I added it to the DNA tool afresh in the context of my own tree (Boydston Morrel). see picture below.
I was assuming that if you mapped a kit to a different tree you would have to reassign linkages because otherwise the color scheme could be wrong. The attached shows wrong color scheme for maternal matches because they were inherited from my mom’s tree. For my tree they should all have the maternal color scheme! So the relational model has a problem or the link is not being referred to the right table.
So the answer I gave John Morrel
I wouldn’t mind keeping associations to individual ancestors by choice but there is an obvious problem with this people may have different associations to other trees.
I would love having the option to ’
1.globally associate all entries in the Mom’s tree with her as a person “in the line of” which would light up all her matches on the right side of the tree, leaving me to work on my paternal matches
2. inherit tree assignments from another tree where individual ancestor’s exist in both trees which would save huge amounts of work remapping my maternal matchees