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    The “aft 1921” is okay.

    Great, that’s one less problem at least. (I’m assuming here that “is okay” means the list is displaying the date “after 1921” rather than “no”)

    I had to dig back quite a way to see when the code was last changed. It seems to be another that was over-simplified in webtrees just before I switched to kiwitrees, so we inherited the same code webtrees still uses. Apart from the failure of the code that checks for a _NMR (which fails and inserts “no” regardless of what is in the MARR tag unless it is a date) it also completely ignores the other tag _NMAR (never married).

    Try the attached file (remove from zip folder and replace existing file kiwitrees/includes/functions/functions_print_lists.php). I think it should give a more logical result. Let me know if it works.

    As a slight aside, I do recommend that you put back the “Y” for every MARR tag that is followed ONLY by a source. It can be done use a regular expression in Batch Update, or manually. I could do it for you if you wish, either with an admin login on your site, or on a copy of your GEDCOM file if you send it to me (just don’t do any edits while I’ve got it).

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info