I was wondering just how detailed any one gets with their facts. Not with ancestors but with yourself, children, or immediate family. Let me explain.
For most of us, we know the most information about ourselves and immediate family. I'm retired military so multiple residences and multiple schools for my kids creates multiple facts. I also grew up moving around with my parents, so again multiple residences/multiple schools.
Most of my ancestors, the information I have is birth, marriage, death, census', and a few residences. But for myself, I have anywhere from 20-30 facts alone if I enter every residence, school, military assignment, birth, marriage, etc. For my boys, I decided to create custom school facts - !K-8, !High School, and !College. The residences are listed individually but I combined the schools attended into the custom school facts.
What I'm looking for, I guess, is how much information is too much or too detailed? Do you enter everything you possibly can? Of course, I know the answer is "enter everything and leave no stone unturned" but is it better to be detailed or maybe group some things together, like I did with the boys school information. And, yes, I know it's whatever works for me, but I'd like to know what others are doing.