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January 06, 2007


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I like that, but how would I notate where we spread (or didn't) the ashes?

Not completely useful in noting time passage of related events. With a traditional death/burial - there is a death date and a funeral/burial date(usually the same day). With cremation there is a death date, a creation date and a later burial/spreading of ashes date.

It's not ideal, but the best bet is to choose either Cremation or Spreading/Interment to replace Burial, and assign the other as an Event.

That great but both my parents were cremated, then we buried the ashes in the cemetery of their choice. There is no way of doing both unless you put the information into burial notes. with which then the cremation and burial would have different dates.

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