Re: [FHCNET] Re: Name combining
- Dorothy Sargent wrote:
>and then doing the
> Len Ingermanson wrote:
> > Because of poor research in the past by individuals
A wee tiny bead of the milk of human kindness urges me to
mention: some poor research was the result of having no way
to search resources. _I_ wouldn't have set sail for Germany
so could canvass every parish there looking for my ancestor,
and before the FHCs/Branch libraries in 1970, it was Germany
or FHL ... which frankly most non-members thought was
Pick a cliche: judge not or walk a mile ...
There should be no attachments on this message, unless I
specifically mentioned them above.
- You can uncombine your submission, then correct it and recombine it with
the corrected information. If it is combined you can only dispute it.
Be sure to write down your submissions ID number before uncombining so
you can find it.
--- In FHCNET@yahoogroups.com, "T. Mason" <tmason1@...> wrote:
> If there are entries displaying my incorrect information (entered in
> 1983) that are misleading, then I click on edit. Next I click
> on "Delete or dispute". Then in the bottom left of the next screen I
> uncheck the little box next to "Do not remove this information, but
> mark it so that others... ." If another person's data has been
> combined with my misinformation the refreshed screen might display a
> dispute symbol. If that appears, I click on that icon and then
> on "Delete my dispute". Next click on "Yes" and then "Close". The
> icon will go away, and your name associated with the misinformation
> will be also be gone.
> A person can add correct information at any time. I just like to
> remove misinformation that I am responsible for.
> Terry Mason
> --- In FHCNET@yahoogroups.com, "Len Ingermanson" len438@ wrote:
> > On the issue of editing, I am able to edit my PRF submissions in
> nFS, if,
> > and only if, the record has not been combined with another record.
> > after you combine your records, you may not be able to edit the
> > but only add another opinion. I have found this to be accurate as
> I am
> > combining names.
> > Len Ingermanson