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I have three fields that I can use for a Death fact / event. Date, Place, Description. I use the Description field. My "at sea" deaths have no additional information, so that is what I enter. If I hav …
answered Apr 17 '13 by Russ Worthington
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The World Family Tree files are User Created. As was mentioned, watch for Source material. I do NOT use them, unless I am looking for some hint into an ancestor that I can NOT find anywhere else. The …
answered May 14 '13 by Russ Worthington
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I have done a series of Blog posts on this subject: http://ftmuser.blogspot.com/search/label/Census1940 How to Display Data ? I have been thinking about the ways we can display our data, us …
answered Nov 16 '13 by Russ Worthington
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When I started, my research was person based. However, it quickly turned, in my opinion, into being record based. I first located the records to confirm, show conflicting information, or negative info …
answered Oct 17 '12 by Russ Worthington
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Tim, You have the right template, but it's worth a minute to determine what information from the Template gets put into the Citation. "Personal profile for , accessed 2013-01-24 by TPL." comes from …
answered Jan 25 '13 by Russ Worthington
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There is a Manual on the Installation CD, there are a number of Knowledge Base articles on this topic and I have a Blog on how this works. If you want something specific documented, I'll create a blog …
answered May 14 '13 by Russ Worthington