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    Topic:   Number of children  

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      I know NCHI is a fact so there is no date to help it sort. However, looking at records where I’ve used it, it appears after Birth. Some people I have to scroll down quite a bit to find when the couple “married”. Even worse when there’s multiple marriages 🙂

      Any means to get them “together”?

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      Not really. Important to understand that NCHI has different definitions depending if you add to an INDIvidual or FAMrecord. Here’s the definition:

      The number of children that this person is known to be the parent of (all marriages) when subordinate to an individual, or that belong to this family when subordinate to a FAM_RECORD

      I can’t recall if it’s position in the display changes as well. Easier for you to test that than me dig back into old code.

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