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How to enter no children or no marriage

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Re: How to enter no children or no marriage

Posted: 9 Dec 2012 8:56AM GMT
Classification: Query
pmasleks,

Here is one way to do the Never Married event:

http://ftmuser.blogspot.com/2010/05/how-to-enter-individual-...

Here is another:

http://ftmuser.blogspot.com/2012/06/how-to-document-relation...

The only issue to consider here is "Are You Sure" that there was no children or that they never married. Is it possible that we just haven't found a record. (reasonable exhaustive search).

If a child died young, do you need to mark that person as "never married".

I am only suggesting that you think about the use of the two 'options' you asked for. The Blog only shows how you might do it, and I have. Young child, I don't need to mark it, but IF I find some indication, like a newspaper article, then I would use the options described.

I normally just "leave it open".

One users opinion.

Russ
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
pmasleks1 9 Dec 2012 2:29PM GMT 
Russ Worthing... 9 Dec 2012 3:56PM GMT 
pmasleks1 9 Dec 2012 4:29PM GMT 
Russ Worthing... 9 Dec 2012 5:30PM GMT 
silverfox3280 9 Dec 2012 4:00PM GMT 
David Abernat... 12 Dec 2012 4:11PM GMT 
jsnavely 10 Dec 2012 2:05AM GMT 
serenity20061 12 Dec 2012 12:00AM GMT 
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