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From: Lee Hoffman <>
Subject: RE: [TMG] Temple vs. Lat/Long
Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 22:33:40 -0400
Fran Segall wrote:
>Thanks, Lee, I'll give that issue some thought. But in my case, given my
>ancestry, the odds of me (or anyone I might share the data with) using
>"Temple" are slim to none. In New York City, many people refer to where
>they live with an additional piece of info - basically a "neighborhood",
>such as Canarsie (which is a section of Brooklyn/Kings County/New York).
>They even address letters that way. It's not really creative, just another
>piece of "place" information I need to keep...unless there are any New
>Yorkers with a better suggestion....
I would say that is much like estate names, ranch names, and the like. I
would put that information in the Detail field. You can do a lot with this
since there are up to nine possible Detail sub-fields (Detail1, Detail2,
... Detail9). You can then adjust Tag Sentences as needed to print this
in whatever way you wish. In this way if you add an Address tag and
include the street address, then the neighborhood would fall into the
normal order -- Address, Detail (neighborhood), City, County, State....
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