Lists all the people who have a primary life event – currently includes Birth, Baptism, Christening, (first) Marriage, Death, Burial – that is recorded at an identified According to GEDCOM, a Place should hold “The jurisdictional name of the place where the event took place…” (not “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. or Residence) e.g. ‘Dorset’ which is input at run-time, and who were (potentially) born before 1837. The 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. uses, and lists, an ƒh Estimated When an Event happened, or an Attrribute was true. where no explicit date is entered for the event.
The query is mainly intended to be used to quickly populate Place-specific Named Lists are a way in FH to group related items — which can be records of any type(s) — so that you can easily find them to work with. for County Record / History / Archive Offices, to aid targeted research. An abbreviation for Birth Marriage and Death events. Life Events are things that happened to an Individual and Attributes are things that described them. after 1837 are ignored as they can be expected to be found in the GRO records, due to General Registration.
Query currently only looks at the first marriage, but can easily be extended if required.
Produced by GladToBeGrey (24/10/08)Download: People at a Place before 1837