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|RolloTheRed||Report||27 Feb 2013 15:55|
The GED definitions allow "abt 1901" and so on. Ancestry follows this.
|Simon||Report||27 Nov 2002 12:05|
Approximate date: I'm bothered by the fact that 'approximate' dates have to be entered as 'exact' dates. For example, my 4xGreatGrandparent were born about 1796 (but could be 1790 to 1798). I would like to enter this as 'c1796' but have to enter it as '1796' which makes it appear to be definate rather than approximate. Can this be fixed ?