Adding and Editing Information in  New FamilySearch
Adding Information Thomas Kirby
 
 
 
 
 
 
Selecting correct information Vivian Wright Anderson
 
 
Separating Records <ul><li>WHY? </li></ul><ul><li>Record combined with the wrong individual </li></ul><ul><li>The record h...
More than one set of parents
 
 
 
 
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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.
  • Transcript of "Adding and Editing in nfs"

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

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