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. is useful for tidying up gaps in the data file. It lists all Individuals in the file for which a Death Events are things that happened to an Individual and Attributes are things that described them. exists, showing When an Event happened, or an Attrribute was true., According to GEDCOM, a Place should hold “The jurisdictional name of the place where the event took place…” , Age, and 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.. It allows gaps in full details or in sourcing to be readily identified. Additionally:
- Both calculated and recorded ages at death are shown.
- For married women, the latest known married name is shown.
- Further columns show whether a source image has been attached to the Source or to the A link between a source and a fact, documenting Where within the source you find information being “cited” to support the fact/conclusion. or the 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). itself.
The list is sorted by directness of Relationship, with ancestors of the file root listed first, followed by siblings of ancestors, then by cousins of varying degrees. The same pattern is then repeated for relatives of the spouse of the file root.
Click on the link below to download and save FHQ file, then double click it to import to Family Historian.Download: Death Details