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From: Patt Ricketts <>
Subject: Re: [TMG]
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 11:55:33 -0700
References: <20050724.094113.1328.1.deblack@juno.com>
In-Reply-To: <20050724.094113.1328.1.deblack@juno.com>


On 7/24/05, DeAnne E Cole <> wrote:
>
> How do I get rid of this sentence in my journal report -
>
> 'There were no children of Wm & Mary'
>
> they had children but I did not list them as individuals and I do not
> plan to -
> I want that sentence to appear -
>
> thank you -
> DeAnne
>

When I don't plan to trace the children but know they had them I use
the number of children sentence.

e.g. William and Mary had five children.
If I knew a reference for the children I would add (see xxxx)
That way if the reader wanted to know the children they would have a
starting place.

Patt Ricketts


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