Ontario Enregistrement de la Naissance: Montre

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The year the birth was registered.
The registration number assigned by the Ontario Registrar within the year.
The registration year and number assigned by the Ontario Registrar.
The microfilm reel number within MS 929 which is used to borrow a copy of the microfilm containing the image of the original birth registration from the Ontario Archives.
This field contains the identification of the original bound volume containing the marriage registrations or certificates.
This field contains the page number containing the original marriage registrations or certificate.
Where there are more than one marriage registration on the page this field contains the ordinal position of the specific registration on the page.
This field is used to specify the name of the county in which the birth was registered. This is a selection list of the counties within Ontario.
This field is used to specify the name of the municipality in which the birth was registered. Usually this is a selection list of the municipalities within the selected county.
This field is used to specify the given names of the child.
This field is used to specify the surname of the child.
Set the sex of the child.
This field defines a link to the record in the family tree database for the individual whose birth is registered in this record.

This button is used to unlink this birth record from its current association with a record in the family tree database. Clicking on the button does not update the database, it merely changes the appearance and state of the displayed birth registration so that when you click on the Update button the database record is appropriately changed.

Note that an association between a birth registration record and an individual in the family tree may be established by adding a citation from the birth event of the individual to the birth registration record. This appears in this dialog as if the link were already recorded in the birth registration record but this sort of link cannot be cleared by clicking on this button because the link only exists in the citation record in the family tree. In that case clicking on this button will appear to make the link go away, but as soon as you redisplay this birth registration the logical link is visually reestablished. You must delete or correct the citation.

This option is used to update births with the occupation of the Father of the child.
This option is used to update birth registrations with the place of work (in some years the residence) of the father of the child.
This option is used to update births with the occupation of the Mother of the child.
This option is used to update birth registrations with the place of work (in some years the residence) of the mother of the child.
This option is used to specify where the individual was born.
This field is used to specify the date of birth. It is suggested that this be consistently entered as day month-abbreviation, year. For example "23 Aug 1874".
This selection list offers a list of individuals in the family tree database who may correspond to this birth registration. Selecting an entry in this list will cause a citation to this registration to be added to that individual.
This field is used to update individuals with the name of the attending physician.
This field is used to update birth registrations with the name of the former husband of the mother.
This field is used to update birth registrations with the name of the midwife or doctor who assisted with the delivery.
This field is used to update birth registrations with the name of the person who reported the birth.
This field is used to update birth registrations with the address of the informant.
This field is used to update birth registrations with the relationship of the person reporting the birth to the child. For example "Father" or "Brother" or "Aunt".
This field is used to enter a specific relationship that is not covered by the selection list.
This field is used to update birth registrations with the occupation of the person reporting the birth.
This option is used to update individuals with their religious affiliation.
This option is used to update birth registrations with the name of the father of the child.
This option is used to update birth registrations with the birth place of the father of the child.
This option is used to update birth registrations with the name of the mother of the child.
This option is used to update birth registrations with the birth place of the mother of the child.
This option is used to update individuals with where the parents were married.
This field is used to update individual records with the date on which the parents were married.
This field is used to specify if the birth registration indicated that the parents were married at the time of the birth. It defaults to checked but should be cleared if the registration indicates the child is illegitimate.
Date of registration with municipality. It is suggested that dates be entered consistently as day, abbreviation of name of month, and year.
Name of municipal registrar/clerk.
This field is used to record any comments by the registrar or clerk. You may use this field to record your own comments by enclosing them in editorial square brackets.
Clicking on this button, or alternately using the key short-cuts Ctrl-S or Alt-U, commits the changes you have made to the database.
Clicking on this button resets the values of some fields to their defaults.
Clicking on this button, or alternately using the key short-cut Alt-I, displays the image associated with this registration in another window.
This field contains the location of the image of the associated original document. This can be an absolute URL, starting with "http:" or a URL relative to the http://$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']/Ontario/Images/ folder.
Clicking on this button, or using the keyboard short-cut Alt-P, displays the registration with registration number one less than the current registration.
Clicking on this button, or using the keyboard short-cut Alt-N, displays the registration with registration number one greater than the current registration.
Clicking on this button displays the registration with registration number five greater than the current registration.
Clicking on this button, or using the keyboard short-cut Alt-Q, displays a new query dialog for selecting birth registrations.