'You are invited to discover...' marriage anniversary discrepancy
I'm writing on behalf of my friend and work colleague who shared a disgruntled moment on Facebook about something he received from FamilySearch recently. I'm writing to ask a question on his behalf.
He recently received one of the 'You are invited to discover...' notifications from FamilySearch about an ancestor's wedding anniversary. Here is what he wrote:
Curmudgeon moment: The LDS FamilySearch website sent me this notification: "You are invited to discover your great-grandfather's wedding anniversary!. We've compiled life events of your great-grandfather to commemorate his anniversary.
William Monroe Hurt
20 January 1867
See His Life Events"
* Apparently my great-grandmother did *not* get married on that same day - at least, FamilySearch did not send me a notification about her. Harrumph, harrumph, harrumph ...
So, our question is... when pushing out information about wedding anniversaries, why is information not sent out at the same time about both individuals? After all, 'wedding anniversary' is about two people, right?