entering women's names in vitals section
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I have read the article: How to enter names in Family Tree • FamilySearch
My experience in searching has very often proven that (temporarily) using a married name in the vitals section, provides more matches to sources than a blank surname, which is encouraged in the article when the maiden name is unknown.
I'd like to suggest changing the article to incorporate this.
When I use a married name in the vitals section for women, before knowing her maiden name, I often get matches of christening documents, where the woman's married name was used with, or even without, her husband's name, i.e. the parents might be listed as John Smith and Mary Smith, or sometimes just Mary Smith.
As I add the older and older child, I change the suspected marriage date and place, and the parents' suspected birth year, based on the child's birth year -21y and place of birth. When no more suggestions are made for suspected children and I change the suspected marriage date and place based on the oldest child, with the mother having her married name in vitals, I very often get a match of suggested marriages, which usually have the wife's/mother's maiden name, which I then change in vitals. Then I usually find her family using similar methods.
Please consider adding this (temporary) use of married name in a woman's vitals.