Add this A Fact Set is a defined list of types of Facts – that is types of Events and Attributes. to add new Death 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).. In addition, if you install my new Property Box Tabs – Military, Census & Wills you will need this Fact Set to ensure that the Wills custom tab works.
This Fact Set allows you to record many attributes related to death or burial records.
One allows you to record the occupation of the deceased as given on some burial records. Next I have recorded the ‘bereavement’ of an individual by recording their dead spouse’s name (I would have made it an event but you get more flexible text boxes in an attribute).
Another allows you to record the address given by the informant on a death certificate (useful if a family member not living with the deceased).
Others allow Will and Probate information, value of the estate, location of the grave, and memorial details to be recorded.
• Beneficiary in Will
• Burial – Occupation
• Dead Spouse’s Name
• Executed Will
• Executor for this will
• Grave Location
• Letters of Administration
• An occupation is defined in the GEDCOM standard as: ‘The kind of activity that an individual does for a job, profession, or principal activity’. on Probate Index or Admin
• Residence – Deceased’s Name
• Value of Estate
Produced by annettelindahutton (16/10/10)
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