Lists all people who have a Death Event which does not contain a When an Event happened, or an Attrribute was true. or According to GEDCOM, a Place should hold “The jurisdictional name of the place where the event took place…” .
This allows all such Facts are one of the key concepts at the heart of Family Historian; they are how you record the things that happened to, or described, each ancestor (Individual). to be easily deleted, but be aware that they may have other data such as Age, “The address structure should be formed as it would appear on a mailing label…”, according to GEDCOM; however, this is capable of a number of interpretations, and Address and Place are best considered together., Cause, Family Historian version 6 and below supports two types of Notes: Local notes (associated with a single person, record, or fact); and Shared Notes or Note Records, that can be linked to multiple records and/or facts. Version 7 introduced Research, When you add a picture, video, sound recording, document file etc into a Family Historian project, a Media record is created to represent that media item within the project; the Media record includes a link to the actual Media file. and A link between a source and a fact, documenting Where within the source you find information being “cited” to support the fact/conclusion., so are not necessarily completely empty. The Query All Empty Facts does test for completely empty facts, and thus is a safer option.
However, to delete these Death Events are things that happened to an Individual and Attributes are things that described them. once you have the Result Set on screen, highlight the fields containing Died by a click on the first one and a Shift-click on the last one, then press the Delete key or use Edit > Delete, and after reading the warning message click OK.
Produced by admin (05/06/09)Download: Blank Death Finder