Meaning of term “died leaving with other issue”?

What does had issue mean on a family tree?

It simply means the person had other children. The Legal Dictionary for the term issue states: 1) n. a person’s children or other lineal descendants such as grandchildren and great-grandchildren. It does not mean all heirs, but only the direct bloodline.

What does the term had issue mean?

1 : to have problems that make one unhappy and difficult to deal with He seemed nice enough at first, but it turns out he has (a lot of) issues.

What does it mean leaving issue?

“Per stirpes” is a latin term meaning “by roots” or “by branch”. “Issue” refers to everyone down the family tree starting from a particular person. So my “issue” would include my children, my grandchildren, my great-grandchildren and so on. It would not include my parents, siblings, nieces or nephews.

What is a living issue?

“Living issue” means lineal descendents still alive. So children of hers, if they are alive when she dies. Or if a child predeceases (dies before) her but had children of his or her own, that child’s children will split his or her share.

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