[Gramps 5.1.3 on Xubuntu 18.04.5]
do i need more than one tree to create multiple varieties of ancestries for one person?
Matthew Arundell Howard (1609-1659) has uncertain ancestry. this has been written about by and debated among major genealogists since 1939. while i have no hope of resolving this, it is an area i want to research more.
i have seen about 5 different possible stories of his ancestry. what i want to do is set up all that i find (at least 2 major ones, for sure) so i have some perspective to look at the results of each differing source. i want to keep track of every source and be able to see just what kind of tree i get. then i hope to establish some probabilities for each distinct story, and its sources.
what i want to know is if Gramps can do this within one tree or if i will need more than one tree. i want to know this because i want to set up multiple trees now if i will need them, or just 1 or 2 if that is all i need. right now all i have is a gedcom from Ancestry and all my initial research notes.