It is my practice always to use the following marriage sentence in narrative reports:
John Doe married Susie Q, daughter of Noadiah Q and Hermione R on.....in.....etc,
and the opposite,
Susie Q married John Doe, son of Lafe Doe and Sarah Buck on.....in........etc.
Without this feature the marriage sentences appear totally naked and leave out a ton of valuable information.
In The Master Genealogist, the all-purpose sentence is designed as: [P] married [PO] <[PARO]> <[D]> <[L]> <[A]>
Tom Holden has kindly provided an elegant way to produce a similar sentence in RootsMagic, but unfortunately my lack of skill prevented me from putting his method into practice.
My wish is for a simple way to write this sentence, the lack of which is a deal-breaker for me with RM.
Many thanks, Elizabeth Tilton
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