In cases like this, I define the name as "Married name" in stead of "Birth name".


> Hi,


> My father has spent the last 40 years tracing our family, and now I'm

> taking over the record keeping.


> I've imported his GEDCOM, which also included data from his cousin's

> GEDCOM. Now I have a load of women who married into the various

> families, but whose maiden name I don't know. So at the beginning of my

> People list tab I've got a mass of dashes:

> -

> --

> ---


> and so on. What's the correct way to include these in GRAMPS if I only

> know their married names? They are all in the right place, ie they all

> show up in the pedigree tab as married to the right person, but it just

> looks messy!




> Dianne



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