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  • The death place is not recorded in new familysearch.
  • You find a record in the Social Security Death Index which gives the last residence of Thomas Kirby.
  • To add this death place, click Add Information.
  • Choose the event that you would like to add information about.
  • Enter information on the source of your information.
  • The information that you added will now appear for others to see.
  • There are two different opinions on the burial location. Click on the one that you want to have showing.
  • The information that you selected will be shown for everyone and your name will be listed under Changed by.
  • The * next to the parents name indicates that there are more than one set of parents for this individual. Click on the * to show them.
  • Here are the two sets of parents. We want to remove the one with the mother “Catharine Shuben or Bub.”
  • To find all of the records, click on Combined Records under the Summary tab.
  • This shows all of the records that have been combined. Identify the one that you want to separate.
  • Check the box of the record that you want to separate, then click the Separate Selected Records button.

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  • 1. Adding and Editing Information in New FamilySearch
  • 2. Adding Information Thomas Kirby
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  • 9. Selecting correct information Vivian Wright Anderson
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  • 12. Separating Records
    • WHY?
    • Record combined with the wrong individual
    • The record has incorrect relationships.
  • 13. More than one set of parents
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