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From: "Ronald Hanthorn" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Birth tag role
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2006 10:32:17 -0400
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Barb, these Role's will list the birth of each child and grandchild of the
ancestor in the Ancestor narrative.
My GG Grandfather George Hanthorn and his wife Nancy Shepherd, in their
narratives has the following ROLE sentence.
George, at age 22 and Nancy, became on Mar 17, 1810 parents of Thomas
Hanthorn, born in Chester Co., PA. (This is in the narrative for my GG
Grandfather listed above. This Thomas is a brother of my Great-grandfather,
and is not in my direct line)
Thomas Hanthorn, a son of George and Nancy Hanthorn and a brother of my
direct line, in his narrative has the following ROLE sentence.
Thomas, at age 35 and Elizabeth, at age 31 became on Dec 17, 1845 parents of
Thomas Sheperd Hanthorn, born in Allen Co., OH. (This is a GRANDCHILD of my
GG Grandparents, George and Nancy Shepherd Hanthorn, and is not in my direct
line. No other information is listed for the grandchild)
This method is most useful in the Ancestor Journal report.
Using this method will make a printed journal more complete.
Hope this helps you understand what I wanted included in a printed book for
> Confused. How will your sentences give the direct ancestors'
> grandchildren in an ancestor journal report?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ronald Hanthorn" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2006 12:01 PM
> Subject: Re: [TMG] Birth tag role
>>I was hoping that there was a way.
>> The reason that I want to include the Mother and Father Role in the birth
>> tag is so that the Ancestor Journal report will be able to include the
>> grandchildren of my direct ancestors.
>> Thanks for the reply.
>>> Ronald Hanthorn wrote:
>>>> Is there a way to use John Cardinal's Utility to automate the
>>>> connecting of the parents names into the following birth roles,
>>>> which are connected to the birth tag of their children? I would
>>>> like to do every birth in my Project this way.
>>>> [:CR:][:CR:][:TAB:]<[RF:Mother],> <[RA:Mother]> and <[RF:Father],>
>>>> <[RA:Father]> became <[D]> parents of [P1] <, born in [L]>
>>>> [:CR:][:CR:][:TAB:]<[RF:Father],> <[RA:Father]> and <[RF:Mother],>
>>>> <[RA:Mother]> became <[D]> parents of [P1] <, born in [L]>
>>> I don't think so.
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