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Data Error 665: Number in marriage location

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Date: 26 May 2016
Location: Worldwidemap
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Description of Error - 665: Number in marriage location

In marriage location there is only a number.

Content of info column: Empty

Possible Causes

It is often date entered in wrong field.

Action Steps

  1. Move the number in date field if it is a date.
  2. Delete the number.

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Technical Stuff

Checks if only a number is entered in location field.

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On 12 Sep 2018 at 23:34 GMT Anonymous Davis wrote:

I don't know what Wikitree wants to do, but I have been moving these numbers into the Notes or Reference section, depending on what they are. Some are misc., others are IGI ref numbers.

On 24 Jul 2018 at 16:19 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:

The seven-digit numbers appear to be codes for specific locations (used in the past by Ancestry or a similar organization). If it is really the case, perhaps it would be better to move the code to a Notes section in the biography? Is there more information about this? I vaguely remember it was discussed in the DD Google Group a few weeks ago.