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From: bob gillis <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] marriage sureties - fix coming?
Date: Tue, 09 Mar 2004 08:52:43 -0500
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John, I did not realize that option was available in Ver 5. But why not
just use Add Husband or Add Wife as in Ver 4 and 5? It works just the
same and without a problem.
And John, you have your address in Reply To: as my reply would have gone
John O'Neall wrote:
> No, I'm not, that I can see. The case I'm talking about is where the
> spouse is _not_ already in the data set. I do control-M (I love using
> the keyboard -- gimme lots of "hot" keys.), add the date and place,
> click on the person+ symbol to bring up the person entry screen and add
> the spouse with source and sureties, then add the source. As I said, if
> the spouse had a birth day, it seems that the problem occurs.
> If I've misunderstood, please correct. Thanks -- John
> bob gillis wrote:
> > John, you are duplicating efforts.
> > If both people are in the data set, you add a Marriage Tag, enter the
> > two ID#s, the date, the place, witnesses and source and OK. You do not
> > add a spouse.
> > If only the husband is in the data set, you Add Wife, enter her info,
> > the marriage info, the source and OK. Similar for the wife. You will
> > have to open the Marriage Tag to ad any witnesses.
> > I believe the Marriage Tag is in the Add spouse window by default but if
> > it is not , click on set-up and add it.
> > bob gillis
> > John O'Neall wrote:
> John O'Neall Genas, France
> O'Neall Genealogy: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~joneall/
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