On 25/08/11 21:00, Albert Gouveia wrote:
In gramps in the the relationship page family is always listed even though a person may not be married. During the life of a person this may be ok since they might get married at some time or the other. But after a person dies, I feel family should not appear if we could list them as bachelor or spinster at death. This will also help identify cases where record is complete or incomplete vis-a-vis family. Any suggestions. Thank you.

Albert Gouveia
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Hi Albert,
    This is what I did in that case.
    - Go to the the person on the relationship page.
    - Create a new family with this person as a parent.
    - You can then edit the relationship type to be a bachelor or spinster.
    - If you feel you need to add a note on the 'note tab' about the status and children if any.
    As there is no spouse are children it is clear with the note that the relationship was bachelor or spinster


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