Once again, you get to choose how and where to keep information.
I use the address tab for my close family members with their current addresses. If it's a relative that I would have their email under the internet tab, I'd list their address under the address tab.
If the relative has died, I would create a residence event with their address and hopefully a from...to... date. The older back the person/family, I'm less inclined to have residence event unless it adds something to the narrative especially if the residence is different than other known events (BMD).
The other thing I do is put the 'family' residence in the family event list.
Of course all this is different than census events, If I have census events, again I'm less inclined to add residence events.
Most times when I share reports with other relatives, I'll create a narrated web site and put in on a thumb drive for them so what I do works for me. With the narrated web site, the residence events can be mapped which is not possible with addresses under the tab.
Why is Addresses separated out into it's own tab, when that makes it
impossible to see all of a person's Residence events as they move around
whatever place they live in?
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