This Querying is a very powerful feature that allows you to specify and save criteria for identifying a set of records of a given record type. lists Individuals who have at least one An abbreviation for Birth Marriage and Death events. Event with no supporting Source.
Each Event column in the Result Set shows one of the following:
- “No Event” = this Individual does not have this Event recorded.
- “Event+Source” = the Individual has both Event and supporting Source.
- blank = the Event is recorded, but no supporting Source; these are the ones we are really interested in.
Only the first occurrence of each BMD Event is checked, though the query could be extended to check multiple Event occurrences (e.g. multiple marriages), and/or further Event types, by the addition of extra Columns and Row Filters. Individuals with none of the BMD Events are things that happened to an Individual and Attributes are things that described them. are excluded from the results.
Note that Events with Source: “where information was found”. This could be anything from an archive in a county records office, a book, or even a relative’s recorded recollection. Citing your Sources helps to show how you reached a particular conclusion about an Individual. may include for example Birth Events with a supporting Census records are national collections of population statistics. They usually record details about members of a household on a particular date, and are typically collected every ten years. Source not necessarily a Birth Certificates are a formal record of the birth of a child, and typically include the date and place of birth together with information about the parents. Source.
Produced by GladToBeGrey (05/07/08)Download: BMD – Events without Sources