SOURCE RECORD

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The SOURCE RECORD collects information about something that provides evidence for information in the GEDCOM file. This item could be a newspaper, magazine, microfilm, letter or even a phone conversation. It's important to add as much information as possible to this record to allow other researches to locate your sources and verify your information.

SOURCE_RECORD: = 
 n  @<XREF:SOUR>@ SOUR  {1:1}
   +1 DATA  {0:1}
     +2 EVEN <EVENTS_RECORDED>  {0:M}
       +3 DATE <DATE_PERIOD>  {0:1}
       +3 PLAC <SOURCE_JURISDICTION_PLACE>  {0:1}
     +2 AGNC <RESPONSIBLE_AGENCY>  {0:1}
     +2 <<NOTE_STRUCTURE>>  {0:M}
   +1 AUTH <SOURCE_ORIGINATOR>  {0:1}
     +2 [CONT|CONC] <SOURCE_ORIGINATOR>  {0:M}
   +1 TITL <SOURCE_DESCRIPTIVE_TITLE>  {0:1}
     +2 [CONT|CONC] <SOURCE_DESCRIPTIVE_TITLE>  {0:M}
   +1 ABBR <SOURCE_FILED_BY_ENTRY>  {0:1}
   +1 PUBL <SOURCE_PUBLICATION_FACTS>  {0:1}
     +2 [CONT|CONC] <SOURCE_PUBLICATION_FACTS>  {0:M}
   +1 TEXT <TEXT_FROM_SOURCE>  {0:1}
     +2 [CONT|CONC] <TEXT_FROM_SOURCE>  {0:M}
   +1 <<SOURCE_REPOSITORY_CITATION>>  {0:1}
   +1 <<MULTIMEDIA_LINK>>  {0:M}
   +1 <<NOTE_STRUCTURE>>  {0:M}
   +1 REFN <USER_REFERENCE_NUMBER>  {0:M}
     +2 TYPE <USER_REFERENCE_TYPE>  {0:1}
   +1 RIN <AUTOMATED_RECORD_ID>  {0:1}
   +1 <<CHANGE_DATE>>  {0:1}