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Can you give help please on Death City when a military base is listed instead of a city? For instance, Fort Sam Houston or Lackland AFB. Should they be indexed in the place of a city when that is all that is in that field? [[User:Nelsonmargaret1|Nelsonmargaret1]] 19:51, 19 March 2012 (UTC)
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Share Batch for this question:  187181537  -See and compare Record 2 to Record 7 regarding the death dates.  Record 2 (and 3,4) show in the death date box as "found on....." Below on the same records it shows in another field box "when" the death occurred... "apparently".  Indexer wants to know which date to use.  Record 7 is the opposite with the approximate death date in the death date box and the found date below that (I told them to use the date on this one found in the death date place).  Please confirm how to index both types of records.
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Brother Pearson, can we have this link added to the project additional helps or updates page somewhere. It would be helpful for Spanish names in the project since there's quite a bit of problems with this. http://familyhistory.byu.edu/Downloads/Spanish_Extraction_Guide/Default.htm Thanks --[[User:Aprilrobertson|Aprilrobertson]] 15:36, 15 March 2012 (UTC)
<br> The second image in my batch shows "grass widow" in the marital status box. A quick internet search indicates this is not a true widow, but could be a number of different situations including abandonment or divorce, or similar but in a non-marriage relationship. I am not sure how to mark this one, and believe it should just be left blank since the actual status isn't clear. Is that the right thing to do? Share batch #182230000&nbsp; '''Enter Widow.'''
I have recently come across several batches of records from El Paso County&nbsp;(such as this one: 180254665) that include "Report of Death"s as well as Death Certificates. The RoD's&nbsp;&nbsp;list specific&nbsp;Ward, Street, and Number&nbsp;addresses as Place of Death, then ask "Duration of residence in El Paso?" I believe this question is in reference to El Paso the city, but it never specifically lists El Paso as the&nbsp;death city.&nbsp;Because El Paso is both a city and a county, this is a confusing form! Should&nbsp;these be indexed as El Paso in both Death County&nbsp;and Death city or just Death County?&nbsp; '''Basic guidelines indicate the use of the lowest level of locality would be appropriate, in this case city.'''
<br>I realize if 'Infant' is written/typed in the marital status we are&nbsp;suppose&nbsp;to&nbsp;tab to the next field, however, if I accidentally type&nbsp;anything in this field it automatically&nbsp;indexes one of the four marital status and&nbsp;it won't let me delete it.&nbsp; Is there a way to leave this blank without typing in Ctrl+B? '''Select EDIT (located between FILE and VIEW) and then select CLEAR FIELD.'''
If a male has his father's last name as his middle name but a different last name, do we still submit both names in the surname field?&nbsp;'''Use the basic indexing guidelines about names.'''<br><br>I see an example of an Amendment but it's not clear how to index this record, unless I missed this in the project instructions (entirely possible).&nbsp; I&nbsp;know the image should be indexed as Normal but do we simply enter the corrected data on the Amendment record, or correct the original certificate data&nbsp;of the state file no. that the&nbsp;Amendment is referencing?&nbsp; In my instance, the Amendment is correcting the first name in the certificate that precedes it&nbsp;in the batch. Share Batch 005145541 (assume that is the number).&nbsp; Thanks.&nbsp;'''Index the amendment as a seperate document. Do not carry information from other documents.'''
<br> I find the above question very helpful but confusing at the same time. To be clear, the presentation for the project states we do not repeat information that remains the same when entering information from an amendment, so I understood that to mean we only enter the information that has changed. Above, I see the answer states we index amendments as separate documents and "do not carry information from other documents". In many cases that would mean repeating information from the previous document that was not changed by the amendment, Is that correct?&nbsp;
<span>One more question about infants:<span style="mso-spacerun:yes">&nbsp; </span>Additional Helps say, ''"Infant of Mr and Mrs B. B. Enderle" Do I index the name of "Enderle” as the surname of the deceased infant.<span style="mso-spacerun:yes">&nbsp; </span>A. No. Mark the field &lt;Blank&gt;.''<span style="mso-spacerun:yes">&nbsp; </span></span>
<span>On the batch I am working now, some of
the infant deaths are recorded this way. This batch does not include names of
the parents, so if I do not index the parent surname (Enderle, in this case) in
the deceased’s surname, there will be no surname associated with the indexed
record. I just want to verify that leaving both the given and surname blank in
this situation is the correct way to index it. </span>

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