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From: "Darrell A. Martin" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Actual place of birth and death
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 21:55:49 -0600
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Teresa Elliott wrote:
> The only thing I might add here though is that if a person dies at home,
> their place of death may not be their residence on the death certificate,
> but the local hospital instead.
Enter the place of death into the Tag which is where you think the
person died. Tag data fields do not record evidence, they record
conclusions. Citations and Sources record evidence.
Death certificates are not infallible. If you have evidence placing the
death at a location different from the death certificate, and you accept
that evidence over the certificate, then use your normal approach to
citing conflicting evidence.
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