I have always liked the fact that you supply us with an age at death, is there a way that could be done for marriages? I am constantly amazed at how many women lied about their age on marriage records. (and some men).
A main goal of the website is not just family history, but to connect family with history, helping people to become more than just names, dates, and places. With this in mind, there are many options that do this....
Adding occupations and linking to others with those occupations
Connecting ministers with churches where they served
Connecting navy sailors with ships where they served
Connecting teachers with schools where they served
Connecting architects with some of their attributed works
Connecting participants with historical events like the Boston Tea Party, the Mayflower, battles, etc.
Connecting portrait artists with the subjects of their portraits
Connecting authors with the subjects of their histories
Connecting historical markers with the people and places featured
... and more. My question is, what other options could be added to extend existing functionality, or to branch out into new areas?
Have you thought of adding between in the dates catagory, Some people have probate dates of when the Will was written and when it was probated. And there is no way to show the date during the short time period when the Old/new calender method used.