#2818 Age of a death individual steel in the oldest living people


When an Individual is dead without any death date, he can appears in the oldest living people from the statistics page.


  • ggpauly

    ggpauly - 2010-07-17

    Hi Thomas,

    I don't see this behavior in PGV 4.2.3. At colbert.ancestortree.net there are several unknown death dates. The statistics are not publicly accessible, but the relevant information from the statistics block is:

    Person who lived the longest
    Major Andrew Edward TUCK Jr ‎(I16)‎
    Birth 5 November 1874 40 -- NY, USA
    Death 14 February 1966 ‎(Age 91)‎ -- Barre, Vermont

    Could you confirm this bug, giving some details and an example of the behavior?



  • Stephen Arnold

    Stephen Arnold - 2010-08-02

    George has responded and asked you for further review or explanation. We'd appreciate you closing this bug if you are done, as it doesn't appear to be valid.

  • Thomas Niemczyk

    Thomas Niemczyk - 2010-08-02

    0 @I27834050@ INDI
    1 NAME Robert Vincent /Fieroch/
    2 GIVN Robert, Vincent
    2 SURN Fieroch
    1 SEX M
    1 FAMC @F12915247@
    1 FAMS @F12915144@
    1 BIRT
    2 DATE 01 JUN 1885
    2 PLAC Dąbrówka Mała, , Małopolskie, POL
    1 CHAN
    2 DATE 16 JUL 2010
    3 TIME 16:49:43
    2 _PGVU Webmaster
    1 EMIG
    2 DATE 1926
    2 PLAC Potigny 14516, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, FRA
    1 IMMI
    2 DATE ABT 1947
    2 PLAC Janów Śląskie, , Śląskie, POL
    1 OBJE @M144@
    1 OBJE @M52@
    1 FAMS @F13038430@
    1 DEAT
    2 PLAC , , , POL

    Is shows as a living people in the statistics.

  • Thomas Niemczyk

    Thomas Niemczyk - 2010-08-02

    Here is a screen shot of the individual page

  • Stephen Arnold

    Stephen Arnold - 2010-08-19

    What is your 'consider dead' date set to? If 120 years, this person should be considered dead by the calc and should not appear. Perhaps you need to reimport your gedcom to get the SW to add the appropriate flags.


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