Putting together a family tree is one goal of the genealogy endeavor. Brick walls often get in the way, and can be frustrating to the tree climber. When trying to get around some brick walls, a chronology cluster may be helpful. By this I mean placing your family tree into a chronology that outlines "dates" and "clusters" (groups) the family members into a single view. The following figures show two methods.
A chronology cluster I call it...shake some tree branches with it.
For a discussion of "squares" and "circles" see my blog -