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Re: Researching places

Posted: 3 Nov 2013 2:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
"You could create a source with the information and include the images with the source. That way, when you attached the source to individuals, the information and images will link."

I considered that - but as far as I know sources relate to "facts" & some facts have "places". As my places link to numerous facts, each with their own sources its a one:many relationship.

e.g. Jane lives at New Farm when she marries in 1842, John is living there on the 1861 census and Peter is born there in 1911. Each fact has its own source (with presumably source images) but the photos & maps of New Farm are common to each.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Andrew Price 3 Nov 2013 7:44PM GMT 
cjlacour 3 Nov 2013 9:13PM GMT 
jamclo 3 Nov 2013 9:23PM GMT 
Andrew Price 3 Nov 2013 9:41PM GMT 
Marco Scavo 4 Nov 2013 2:03PM GMT 
Andrew Price 4 Nov 2013 2:50PM GMT 
Marco Scavo 5 Nov 2013 2:38PM GMT 
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