I have a fairly large database which contains information on the genealogies of the members of four American civil war military units; my goal is to discover kinship relations among the members. I have now finished doing the genealogies, and need to do reporting on the kinship groups. The "unlinked branches" list identifies the kinship groups nicely, but only shows me one member of each group. One of these groups contains 2700+ people.
I would like to be able to do one or more of the following things:
1. Write a report of all of the people in a given kinship group.
2. Flag all the people in a given kinship group.
3. Split out a given kinship group and form a new database.
If anyone can suggest a methodology, I would greatly appreciate it.