Not a crucial issue here, but I’m a bit puzzled by the alerts that pop up for individuals who married late in life. I don’t think this is a particularly unusual occurrence, especially when it’s not the elderly individual’s first marriage. I have a lot of ancestors who remarried in their 70’s (or later) after being widowed. Even in cases where the second (or third, etc.) spouse was much younger and the union may have been platonic, there were many ways in which such arrangements were beneficial to both individuals… So my question is, do we really need this particular alert?
I think we can get by without it. I’ll remove it early next year.
This has finally be removed. It doesn’t affect existing warnings, but no new warnings for people who marry at an old age will be generated unless they are over 100 years old.