7th March 2016 at 6:04 pm #5914
Ah, yes, non-standard _MARR hence no prefix makes sense now that you write it.
On that subject I wonder of we are talking at cross-purposes.
If you enter the man’s name using the surname prefix, and his surname as “Bourbon”, and let the NAME part set itself automatically, it produces GEDCOM like:
1 NAME John /de Bourbon/ 2 GIVN John 2 SPFX de 2 SURN Bourbon
When you then add a wife, the system will automatically set her married surname (on screen) to “de Bourbon”, and her GEDCOM will be:
1 NAME Mary /Smith/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Smith 2 _MARNM Mary /de Osborne/
I’ve just tested this so I know its true 🙂
(ps – sorry for any confusion cause by me using “_MARR” in my earlier reply. You can see I’ve now corrected it.)Nigel
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