Talk:Rosalind Howard, Countess of Carlisle

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Can someone answer a question for me? What does "had issue" mean (regarding her children)?[edit]

The list of Rosalind's children has "had issue" next to some of their names. What kind of an "issue" are readers to infer they had? (And should we not be able to click "had issue" and see explanations of what they each were? Could someone make that edit?) I'd be very grateful for any help in understanding this. I have family tree reasons to be researching Rosalind's children, and indeed the one daughter I am trying to pin down as being the one, has "had issue" next to her name..