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Few genealogy apps do, even the ones that claim to. Why is this important? Because if you blithely export your tree to a GEDCOM file without scrubbing your data first, you will lose some data, and your carefully crafted Evidence Explained citations will get mangled. In that case, or if you need to send your tree to someone who uses a different app or you want to upload it to a website, you would still do well to clean up your data first.

Please note that this article is not about correcting factual errors in your tree. But before you do anything, make a back-up of your tree, and make a new back-up with a different file name after each major step so that you can revert to an earlier version if needed. I see 4 options: I prefer option 2. In the Tree pane of the People work space, click the Tree tab 2. Click the Filter button at the bottom and a selection window will appear Fig 1.

Click OK again 6. Go through the list and correct each one 7. It must be attached to an event like a residence , not directly to a person. For now, I suggest putting any addresses in the note for the events they are related to. Use the steps above to find any filled Address fields. Be aware that few apps completely follow the GEDCOM standard on addresses, so if you try to follow the standard, you may end up losing data. Sealed to Parents LDS: The only way to fix this within FTM is to manually go through all your media and copy the Date and Description to the Note for the item, as shown in Fig 3.

Alternatively, you could use a text or GEDCOM editor to do a global search and replace on the Text field, but this will not work with the date. The standard allows for only 30 characters for the file reference!

Fortunately, most modern apps will probably ignore this limitation. FTM will dump any other elements into a note which may not be formatted the way you want.

Therefore, I suggestion you use only the following fields of the default Source form not a template: Put all the publication elements in the Publisher field, formatted the way you want. The Repository portion of a source record in FTM uses the wrong address structure. If you need the address, phone number, or email, save them elsewhere.

I recommend copying them to the Note for the person. If you do need them, you can use the Media Usage Report to find unlinked media. Oddly enough, I have found that FTM does export unlinked notes if you export selected individuals. However, most other apps will simply report them as an error and ignore them.

These are from the Web Links tab in the Person view of the People work space, not Web addresses added as facts. Surprisingly, it is not permitted to include a source, media file, or note on the Sex field. FTM will let you add these, and some apps will squawk if you do or just ignore them. I think if you have sources attached to this field like the US census, which are often added automatically , you can safely ignore them.

However, if the individual was transgender, you should make sure those sources and any notes are copied to another field, like the Name field. FTM also errs in misusing the Description field, which appears on some Facts by default it can actually be turned on for all Facts. An attribute is a fact about a person for which there may or not be a particular event. The following fields are attributes for which it is appropriate to use the Description box: If a date or place is listed, then the Description box must be empty.

Unfortunately, FTM will let you put anything in this box. To find out if you have other than Y in the Description box, do the following: Match the conditions shown in Fig 5. Click OK, and then go through each person in the filtered list. The problems I identified above should have been fixed long ago, but maybe Ancestry. While not necessarily a problem, if you use the fields listed below, they will be exported as user-defined fields , which is allowed by the GEDCOM standard, but not all applications will import them properly.

Fill in the Custom Fact details. Click the Add Fact Button. The Manage Facts window should still be open; select the Fact to change, such as Degree, and click the Data Options button.

In the Data Options window, check the Change selected facts to this fact type box and choose the fact you want to change it to. Repeat the process until complete and click the Close button Now all your custom facts should import into any decent app. Changed the information about Source Comments. Corrected the advice about Weblinks. Keith has been interested in family history and genealogy ever since his grandmother convinced him they were descended from one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence alas, it wasn't true.

He's worked on it seriously since about He's also a technophile and has always tried to make his job or life easier by using technology. So of course he's interested in the intersection of technology and genealogy. He loves to try out new software, mostly for the Mac, but will stoop to firing up Windows on his Mac, as well. Thanks for the info. How can I go about saving my Family Tree. Is it not going to be available for me to add info at times. What steps should I take?

Joanne, the suggestions in my article were intended for people who planned to transfer their Family Tree Maker family tree to a different application. You can continue to use FTM. I recommend you backup your tree and media files regularly copy them to a safe location. The problem seems to be connected with the fact that FTM allows you to attach media to citations as opposed to sources.

So, for example, in FTM I have 1 source for each year of the census, with lots of different individual images of census pages attached to different citations.

Nor does the program seem to know how to handle the information about media attached to citations that FTM includes in the gedcom. There are lots of tags that look something like this: What I get when I import into my FTM gedcom into reunion is a bunch of new sources that consist of nothing but a tag like that, and lots of garbled text with these tags and bits from each of the citations that use the source included in long free form text section at the end of many sources.

I can take my gedcom and upload it back into FTM and everything is in place right where it belongs. All of that multimedia is left behind, and a lot of mess gets imported and strewn into my file which would require a huge amount of clean up. They are also working on having their software do this automatically.

If you find that this situation applies to you media linked to source citations not being imported you should contact us directly at help leisterpro. I want 1 source for each census year. But when I am looking at a particular citation—I want to see precisely the relevant image for that particular citation.

Fifth Census of the United States, National Archives and Records Administration, Record for Lewis Warden M Some of my sources go on like this for pages. My apologies for such a long comment. Paul, Reunion is doing it wrong. RootsMagic can read the media records just fine, and I suspect other apps can, as well. I will look at Reunion in more detail when I get to Part 4 of my series and see if there are any work-arounds, but I personally would not want to attach all my media files to the source records; I want to keep them attached to source citations.

You could create a separate source for each of your citations and then attach the corresponding image to the source itself rather than the citation, but that sounds like a lot of work to me. My own tree has thousands of source citations.

FTM has even fewer of the available fields: From looking at the example you provided above, it appears that, not only does Reunion dump all the source info into one field, but also all the citation info, to include the cross-references to the media files. The media file cross-references do no good in a plain text source record field. The MX entries are cross-references to your media files. Genealogy apps are supposed to use these cross-references so they can display media in the proper places.

For example, I have the line 3 OBJE M under a source citation, and then near the bottom of the file is the full record:. Will scrub, and prepare for the prepare to use the best substitute out there by July of For now I just need to know how to Create a Custom Fact for the instructions in the article above. Must be having a grey moment; but I see new facts Edit Menue but not Custom. Maybe they are the same thing.

Jerry, thanks for the feedback. Then follow the instructions from there. Should have read down further — AKA is very clear later on in the article. This is going to take a while; but it will be a good exercise to clean up the tree.

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