Concisely indicates (in any text on any page) that an individual is an ancestor of Henry II, King of England (1133-1189) and should therefore appear on his Ahnentafel in the position or positions indicated.
Type {{h2e}} then add a space then the number, or add the letter "s" followed by spaces and numbers, such numbers being found in the Ahnentafel linked above (and linked from the word "ancestor" in the template display), or on the individual's page if someone has entered them there.
[[Charlemagne]] is {{h2e}}s 6,740, 8,264, and 8,832
Charlemagne is Henry II of England's ancestor, numbers 6,740, 8,264, and 8,832
- and on Charlemagne's own page you can just type "{{h2e}}s 6,740, 8,264, and 8,832.", to give:
Henry II of England's ancestor, numbers 6,740, 8,264, and 8,832.
Handy phrase to flesh out a biography. ({{Obama}} has a corresponding effect, with more potential numbers.)
Helps keep track of multiple appearances, so that a new appearance of that person (as the parent of a different child) is spelt out only once, with the person's ancestors being shown only in positions derived from the lowest number (e.g. so long as 6,740 is the lowest we know for Charlemagne, his parents are named just on 13,480 and 13,481 except if wanted elsewhere because one of his siblings has been found to belong on the Ahnentafel).