I'm looking for any advice on referencing clusters (or groups) of people when assembling units of evidence into a write-up. I need a convenient and meaningful reference system because of the large number of group references in this case.
I'm working on a huge problem to prove the identity of a single lady, but it has required me to use a cluster approach to piece together different families, and their generational relationships, from the groups described by the different sources.
Although the FAN Quicksheet doesn't give me an answer, it's not quite a FAN approach since the lady in question has apparently no documented connections to her birth family. I'm hoping, therefore, to work inwards by identifying everyone else and arguing a connection to who's left, and that's why there will be so many references.