type description
Address An address.
Agent An agent, e.g. person, organization, or group. In genealogical research, an agent often takes the role of a contributor.
Attribution Attribution for genealogical information. Attribution is used to model who is contributing/modifying information, when they contributed it, and why they are making the contribution/modification.
CitationField Represents a citation field -- its name and value.
Conclusion A genealogical conclusion.
Date A concluded genealogical date.
Document An abstract document that contains derived (conclusionary) text -- for example, a transcription or researcher analysis.
Event A historical event.
EventRole A role that a specific person plays in an event.
EvidenceReference A reference to a resource that is being used as evidence.
Fact A conclusion about a fact applicable to a person or relationship.
Gender A gender conclusion.
Identifier An identifier for a resource.
Name A name conclusion.
NameForm A form of a name.
NamePart A part of a name.
Note A note about a genealogical resource (e.g. conclusion or source).
OnlineAccount An online account for a web application.
Person A person.
PlaceDescription A PlaceDescription is used to describe the details of a place in terms of its name and possibly its type, time period, and/or a geospatial description -- a description of a place as a snapshot in time.
PlaceReference A reference to genealogical place.
Qualifier A data qualifier. Qualifiers are used to "qualify" certain data elements to provide additional context, information, or details.
Relationship A relationship between two or more persons.
ResourceReference A generic reference to a resource.
SourceCitation Represents a source citation.
SourceDescription Represents a description of a source.
SourceReference An attributable reference to a description of a source.
Subject The Subject data type defines the abstract concept of a genealogical subject. A subject is something with a unique and intrinsic identity, e.g., a person, a location on the surface of the earth. We identify that subject in time and space using various supporting conclusions, e.g. for a person: things like name, birth date, age, address, etc. We aggregate these supporting conclusions to form an apparently-unique identity by which we can distinguish our subject from all other possible subjects.
TextValue An element representing a text value that may be in a specific language.