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From: "David's Personal Account" <>
Subject: RE: [TMG] Married Names and City county State
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 23:11:22 -0500
Most helpful....but how do I use the exclusion markers?
From: bob gillis [mailto:]
Sent: Friday, November 22, 2002 7:56 AM
Subject: Re: [TMG] Married Names and City county State
> How do you guys deal with married names. I find on all of the reports
> have "Her married name was Herman." "Her married name was Neagley." "Her
> married name was Enterline." It all seems so robotic. Does anyone have a
> better way to deal with married names?
In a journal report you can suppress married names so that unless there
is more than the surname in the tag it will not print in reports.
And he wrote:
> Another report formatting question - - I am interested in what
> different people do with place names. My narrative reports look like he
> born in place, state, etc.....I am wondering if anyone has any tricks in
> losing the very repetetive nature of recording dates and places this way.>
The way I do it is to enter the Detail, City, County, State and Country
for the first tag for a person, usually the birth or baptism tag: First
Parish Church, Gloucester, Essex County, MA, USA. Then I enter in
subsequent tags the Detail and City and the -County, -State and
-Country, using exclusion markers unless more detail is needed for
You can also use the alternate place name, but that takes a lot more
entering to use. I am reserving the alternate to print the full
The above works in Ver 4.0 and I trust will when the reports are
available in Ver 5.
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