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Alot of discussion about this recently and we need a ruling...
Death Town / City Field
Original Town / city name is crossed out. &nbsp;Precinct is written in. &nbsp;We know not to index the precinct. &nbsp;Do we index the original town / city name since we dont index the precinct or just mark it blank? &nbsp;We don't have a SB # because this is coming up quite often. &nbsp;We need a ruling on this on the updates or the additional helps pages as an answer please and thanks! &nbsp;--[[User:Aprilrobertson|ARobertson]] 20:29, 27 February 2012 (UTC)
Batch 175586320&nbsp; Image 2.&nbsp; Maria Vda De Munoz.&nbsp;&nbsp;What is the proper way to index the Given Name and Surname?
Same Batch, Image 6.&nbsp; Monterey N L.&nbsp; What should I index for Birth&nbsp;State or Country?
If the death city is recorded as near Weston, should I&nbsp;leave it blank or index it as Weston?
In 1904 Texas Death records (Batch 175556502), birth date and place are not specifically listed.&nbsp; "Nativity" is listed.&nbsp; Is this to be used to determine birth place?&nbsp; One image shows "German" (image 01-01) for Nativity; another shows "Calvin, Texas" (image 02-01).&nbsp; Can these correctly be interpreted as "Germany" and "Calvin, Texas" as birth places?&nbsp; When nativity is listed as "American", can we index as United States?<br>

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