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''Question:'' If there is a listing written as Suchandsuch and Soandso, where two different individuals are co-owners of items listed, how does one key that? Would there be two records keyed, as in "(Blank) Suchandsuch" and "(Blank) Soandso" to capture both names? --[[User:Mabnightowl|Mabnightowl]] ([[User talk:Mabnightowl|talk]]) 15:35, 22 December 2016 (MST)
 
''Question:'' If there is a listing written as Suchandsuch and Soandso, where two different individuals are co-owners of items listed, how does one key that? Would there be two records keyed, as in "(Blank) Suchandsuch" and "(Blank) Soandso" to capture both names? --[[User:Mabnightowl|Mabnightowl]] ([[User talk:Mabnightowl|talk]]) 15:35, 22 December 2016 (MST)
 
:A: You are correct, please key as two separate records. Thank you! --[[User:mccallapeterson|mccallapeterson]] ([[User talk:mccallapeterson|talk]])   
 
:A: You are correct, please key as two separate records. Thank you! --[[User:mccallapeterson|mccallapeterson]] ([[User talk:mccallapeterson|talk]])   
:: I suspected as much, but every project can have its quirks and idiosyncrasies. Thank you.
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:: I suspected as much, but every project can have its quirks and idiosyncrasies. Thank you. --[[User:Mabnightowl|Mabnightowl]] ([[User talk:Mabnightowl|talk]]) 14:00, 23 December 2016 (MST)
  
  
  
 
''Question:'' How are we to key heirs?  I have it written three different ways.  1.  Hood George Heirs  2.  Hood Heirs of George  3. Hood Heirs --[[User:816spider|816spider]] ([[User talk:816spider|talk]]) 12:33, 23 December 2016 (MST)
 
''Question:'' How are we to key heirs?  I have it written three different ways.  1.  Hood George Heirs  2.  Hood Heirs of George  3. Hood Heirs --[[User:816spider|816spider]] ([[User talk:816spider|talk]]) 12:33, 23 December 2016 (MST)
:My opinion, because of how most projects work: George Hood would be keyed in the first and second examples, as well as a record of "(Blank) Hood." Two records total, in other words, for each entry. Mind you, I was not involved in making the rules for this particular project, so it may need to be handled differently. Hopefully someone who knows the project better will answer you. If not, you can try asking on the forum, at [http://boards.ancestry.com/wap.usrecordsother/mb.ashx U.S. Records - Other].
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:My opinion, because of how most projects work: George Hood would be keyed in the first and second examples, as well as a record of "(Blank) Hood." Two records total, in other words, for each entry. Mind you, I was not involved in making the rules for this particular project, so it may need to be handled differently. Hopefully someone who knows the project better will answer you. If not, you can try asking on the forum, at [http://boards.ancestry.com/wap.usrecordsother/mb.ashx U.S. Records - Other]. --[[User:Mabnightowl|Mabnightowl]] ([[User talk:Mabnightowl|talk]]) 14:00, 23 December 2016 (MST)
  
 
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Question: If there is a listing written as Suchandsuch and Soandso, where two different individuals are co-owners of items listed, how does one key that? Would there be two records keyed, as in "(Blank) Suchandsuch" and "(Blank) Soandso" to capture both names? --Mabnightowl (talk) 15:35, 22 December 2016 (MST)

A: You are correct, please key as two separate records. Thank you! --mccallapeterson (talk)
I suspected as much, but every project can have its quirks and idiosyncrasies. Thank you. --Mabnightowl (talk) 14:00, 23 December 2016 (MST)


Question: How are we to key heirs? I have it written three different ways. 1. Hood George Heirs 2. Hood Heirs of George 3. Hood Heirs --816spider (talk) 12:33, 23 December 2016 (MST)

My opinion, because of how most projects work: George Hood would be keyed in the first and second examples, as well as a record of "(Blank) Hood." Two records total, in other words, for each entry. Mind you, I was not involved in making the rules for this particular project, so it may need to be handled differently. Hopefully someone who knows the project better will answer you. If not, you can try asking on the forum, at U.S. Records - Other. --Mabnightowl (talk) 14:00, 23 December 2016 (MST)

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