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Concerning '''Birth County''': I'm sorry if I didn't express myself clearly, but&nbsp;I don't think my earlier posting today was understood. I see it addressed now in Project Updates as "Naturalization County", not "Birth County". If you look at the current template the Birth fields include: Birth Town or City; Birth State or Province; Birth Country. There is <u>no</u> field for Birth County and an example in the powerpoint shows that <u>Counties should not be indexed</u>. This is not stated in the Project Instructions or anywhere else but the powerpoint which indexers don't seem to be able to find. Indexers are putting the counties in the country or state/province fields when it should not be indexed at all. Arbiters are also accepting the counties when they shouldn't be included.&nbsp;  
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'''Help us&nbsp;improve the indexing and arbitration of&nbsp;this project.''' Click the '''Edit This Page '''button to make suggestions. Messages&nbsp;will be removed after careful review by support and any&nbsp;updates&nbsp;will be posted to the Project Updates page.
  
Can a separate line be added to Project Updates to address that there is no field for Birth County and Counties should not be indexed?
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Many commonly asked questions, such&nbsp;as indexing crossed out information,&nbsp;have already been answered&nbsp;in the&nbsp;[https://help.familysearch.org/publishing/347/102817_f.SAL_Public.html Basic indexing instructions].
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Latest revision as of 00:58, 16 September 2011

Help us improve the indexing and arbitration of this project. Click the Edit This Page button to make suggestions. Messages will be removed after careful review by support and any updates will be posted to the Project Updates page.

Many commonly asked questions, such as indexing crossed out information, have already been answered in the Basic indexing instructions.