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Research Report?

David W. Gilmore
Is there any kind of "Research" report that would help identify pieces of missing information that need to be filled in? Such as birth date, death date, spouses, etc? 

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Re: Research Report?

Nick Hall
On 28/04/14 22:20, David W. Gilmore wrote:
> Is there any kind of "Research" report that would help identify pieces
> of missing information that need to be filled in? Such as birth date,
> death date, spouses, etc?

The closest thing is probably the What's Next gramplet.

There is also a GEPS:

https://www.gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=GEPS_015:_Repository_Research_Support


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