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  • #7939

    I have used these at husbond:
    2 ASSO @[email protected]
    3 RELA beneficiary
    2 ASSO @[email protected]
    3 RELA beneficiary
    2 ASSO @[email protected]
    3 RELA beneficiary

    If I do not fill out af date for death then the fact is placed at the middle (see image)

    Regards,
    Jamie Jaconelli

    admin and owner of a user customized version of kiwitrees (contains 3 family trees)

  • #7943

    The Death event on that image has a blue box round it. That means the edit has not been accepted. Try accepting it and see if that changes the display.

    I have had a look at your site. The ASSO entries you added to the husband of this individual seem OK. But they are added to his Probate event, not death, so I do not understand why you think the two things are related.

    When an event does not have a date, the system does attempt to calculate a likely date to use for sorting. It might be that in this case it is looking at the husbands date of death in error – but I cannot see anywhere in the code this could happen.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #7948

    Mr. Pedersen is dead. He has a probate with date and text. His heir is his wife so I made an ASSO at his page. Since I do not know when the wife died – her death record is empty. But I know when they got married. So when I look at her page (because of the ASSO at her husbond) her death record now appears before ex. their marrige. If I remove the ASSO at the husbond – her dead record will appear at the bottom as it should!

    No matter if I accept the change it is the same result. Also same result for anybody else I have added with ASSO.

    Regards,
    Jamie Jaconelli

    admin and owner of a user customized version of kiwitrees (contains 3 family trees)

  • #7949

    No matter if I accept the change it is the same result. Also same result for anybody else I have added with ASSO

    That is good. One possible cause eliminated.

    I do understand what you are saying. This is why I said it might be looking at the husbands death in error. The calculation of estimated dates for event sorting is complex, so there is never a perfect solution to sort all facts perfectly when dates are missing. It is even more complex when applying inter-connected events such as ASSO. I find it best to always include a date, and I believe that if you know an event occurred, then you do also know enough to add an estimated date. If you add a date like AFT 1890 (or any date later than the last event you do have a date for) then her death will be in the right place.

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