GEDCOMP Date Consistency CheckGEDCOMP applies the following rules to any received GEDCOM data in order to
- Detect logical inconsistencies.
- Calculate bounds for death and birth of individuals who does not
have this information.
|110||Maximum length of human life|
|75||Maximum age at marriage|
|75||Maximum age for a male parent|
|50||Maximum age for a female parent|
|55||Maximum number of years a man can be older than the spouse|
|45||Maximum number of years a woman can be older than the spouse|
|13||Minimum age at marriage for males|
|11||Minimum age at marriage for females|
|13||Minimum age for parents|
Events must furthermore occur in the following order: (GEDCOM-tags used)
|BIRT||All used events|
|CHR, BAPM, CONF, FCOM||MARR|
|All used events, except BURI||DEAT|
Women must furthermore be alive at the birth of their children, while men must be alive 10 month before the birth of their children.