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OK, got another problem that I can't solve. It has to do with the Edit Person screen and the Place and Place details.

In this particular case I have a cemetery with a large number of burials in it but just realized that it is not in the town that I originally placed it. I need to change the Place without disturbing all of the people's burial Place details.

Is there a simple way to do this? I thought just changing the Place would work and thereby update all burials in that cemetery but, wanted to check first before making a big mistake.

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Thanks Linda!

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In the attached shot of my Chrome browser, you will notice it is of the upper part of the FamilySearch search screen where results have been returned. Notice also the Copy button has been grayed out. Neither Google nor FS has been able to help resolve the problem so thought I'd ask if anyone else had the same difficulty and had it corrected. I don't see this in Firefox but prefer Chrome because I need less steps to cut and paste.
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+Jack Coffee Please contact FamilySearch Support at https://familysearch.org/ask/help   Tell them what is happening and if you can include the same graphic that you have included in this string.   That contact will create an official request that they will follow to help you find a resolution to the problem.   It may mean that they will have to shuffle you a time or two to get to the right folks but stay with it.  Tell them in your note that it is a technical issue with Chrome.  I can't recreate the problem on any of my machines so am not able to find an answer.  The support people should be able to resolve it though because it appears to be an issue associated with something you have installed on your machine that isn't obvious to you but that they may have seen in other support requests.  Good luck!  Absent that, try using Firefox and see if the problem persists.
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New blog - My family celebration: http://bit.ly/1SrTzPL
Steve & Suzie Coffee I have been away from the blogging scene for awhile. Not on purpose, but since August other things have been of more importance. My absence could also mean that I haven't really had anything genealogy-w...
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It's been awhile since I've needed to check for broken media links in RM7. I seem to recall that I was able to get the program to search for all broken links but now, I can only make it search for the person that I am looking at in the family screen.  Is there a way now to make it look for and repair all broken links?
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Thanks for quick reply Bruce!
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Ambrose Coffee, Irish Emigrant c1767
This Ambrose has often been confused with Ambrose Coffey, a son of the Rev. James and Elizabeth Cleveland Coffey.  James was the eldest son of John and Jane Graves Coffey. A timeline produced by an unknown author, appeared in the March, 1993 issue of the Co...
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Amos D. Coffey
Not much can be found on Amos D. Coffey, a son of Elijah and Mary Abby Dyer Coffey, born Jun. 12, 1811 in Indiana. Owen Co., IN marriage records tell us that he and Martha K. Niell married on Feb. 11, 1834 in Owen Co. A short item in a book about Clay and ...
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I'm trying to find a way to return the "Back" and "Forward" buttons to the tool bar.  I see them in the Search menu but not in the Add or Remove toolbar menu.  Are they no longer available to the toolbar?

And, can I re-download RM6 and find my serial number.  I really like to have that version available as well as RM7.

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Yeah, I got one of those. Wireless! Problem is, I never got in the habit of using the left thumb thing and forgot I even had it. :-)

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Vol. 137 of The Coffey Cousins Newsletter is available for reading and/downloading at http://www.coffeycousinsclearinghouse.org
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Just realized...No. 137 begins the 35th year since first published in 1981.
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New blog in The Edward Coffey Project: James Robert Parks - http://bit.ly/1WCl61R
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Vol. 135 - Quarterly Coffey Cousins' Newsletter on-line at
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This is the new, on-line version of the old Coffey Cousins' Newsletter. Early readers may recall that Leonard Coffey began this newsletter in 1981 as well as the tradition of readers annual gathering t what has come to be called the Coffey Cousins' Reunion. When Leonard passed away in 1989 his ...
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Amos D. Coffey
Not much can be found on Amos D. Coffey, a son of Elijah and Mary Abby Dyer Coffey, born Jun. 12, 1811 in Indiana. Owen Co., IN marriage records tell us that he and Martha K. Niell married on Feb. 11, 1834 in Owen Co. A short item in a book about Clay and ...
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