I have noticed the same message for several years now. YES, as date of cremation IS present. It is something written into the original Program which does not recognise Cremation as an AFTER DEATH Event.
I queried this some months ago and was told by one respondent that "In America Cremation is Uncommon, therefore there is no need to make it an Event as part of the Program."
The CLEAR inference in the reply was that it is a Non-Christian event and doesn't rate consideration.
I query this attitude.
MILLIONS of Christians are Cremated every year, World Wide.Genealogy is UNIVERSAL, not solely American. It might NOT matter to that respondent, but it sure does matter to Millions of others in the world - Christian and Non-Christian alike.
It NEEDS TO BE FIXED.
Michael V. McCarthy
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