|Citing an Online Artifact||
The following example illustrates how to cite an online record. Evidence for Israel Hoyt Heaton is found in the 1920 U.S. Census. The URI to the record is "https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8PT-4GN". The URI for a description of the record is "https://familysearch.org/platform/sources/GGG-GGGG".
|Citing a Physical Artifact||
The following example illustrates how to cite a physical artifact, such as a book. Evidence for Asa Phillips is found in a book authored by Helen Kelly Brink. The book doesn't have a URI, but the URI for a description of the book is "https://familysearch.org/platform/sources/KKK-KKKK".
|Citing Other Conclusions||
The following example illustrates how to cite another conclusion. Evidence for Israel Heaton is found in another conclusion person that (presumably) describes the same person. The URI to the person being cited is "https://familysearch.org/platform/persons/NNN-NNNN".
|Describing a 1930 Census Online Record||
Example for describing an online 1930 Census Record.
|Describing a Texas Deaths Online Record||
Example for describing an online Texas Death record.
|Marriage Fact With No Spouse Provided||
How to model a marriage (or divorce) event for which the spouse is not available or otherwise not provided.
Simple example for a person.
Simple example for a relationship.
|Standardized Date Using GEDCOM 5.5||
Simple recipe for creating a standardized date using the GEDCOM 5.5 standard. The example shows a person born about July 1, 1980.
|Standardized Date Using ISO 8601||
Simple recipe for creating a standardized date using the ISO 8601 standard. The example shows a person born on July 1, 1980.