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'''[[Media:Barbados_Church_Records.pdf|Presentation on how to index this project.]]'''  
 
'''[[Media:Barbados_Church_Records.pdf|Presentation on how to index this project.]]'''  
  
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'''Q.''' On the first line for the Burial of Paul son of Francis Kirton is listed. For the parent would this be indexed under Father / Mother or just left blank since there is no indication of which parent it is?
  
'''Q.''' On the first line for the Burial of Paul son of Francis Kirton is listed. For the parent would this be indexed under Father / Mother or just left blank since there is no indication of which parent it is?
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'''A.''' If only one parent is listed and you are not sure whether the name is the father's name or the mother's name, index the name in the father's name and surname fields.  
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'''A.''' If only one parent is listed and you are not sure whether the name is the father's name or the mother's name, index the name in the father's name and surname fields.
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Presentation on how to index this project.

<fck:hr> Q. On the first line for the Burial of Paul son of Francis Kirton is listed. For the parent would this be indexed under Father / Mother or just left blank since there is no indication of which parent it is?

A. If only one parent is listed and you are not sure whether the name is the father's name or the mother's name, index the name in the father's name and surname fields. </fck:hr>