What do you do when different sources provide different dates for the same event?
You might not know exactly what to enter in your TMG database when different sources provide different dates for the same event, but by this time, you should know that you don't want to say, "Eenie, meenie, minie, moe," and enter the result. If there is not enough evidence to come to a conclusion, then you cannot make that conclusion. Instead, enter the evidence, analyze it, and discuss the possible hypotheses. The date of birth for Emily August Rollins is one of my favorite every-source-says-a-different-thing situations.
|Individual Detail Screen for Emily Augusta Rollins|
|Birth tag entry screen showing customized sentence structure|
|Excel table summarizing birth evidence|
|Journal report showing analysis comment and inserted table|
|Family group sheet report showing inclusion of -Alt tags|
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