Talk:World Archives Project: Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1810-1973

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Before you start, rearrange the fields in the order they appear on the record.  You can do that by clicking on the heading and dragging the box to where you want to place it.
Before you start, rearrange the fields in the order they appear on the record.  You can do that by clicking on the heading and dragging the box to where you want to place it.
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The following image shows how I chose to arrange my fields.
The following image shows how I chose to arrange my fields.
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==Answer from WAP regarding keying Mr and Miss when they are shown on form==
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Only key prefixes if they are specifically written on the form.  Reviewers should follow the same rule and remove it if it has been put in.
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Revision as of 17:24, 28 January 2011

SUGGESTION

Before you start, rearrange the fields in the order they appear on the record. You can do that by clicking on the heading and dragging the box to where you want to place it.



The following image shows how I chose to arrange my fields.








Answer from WAP regarding keying Mr and Miss when they are shown on form

Only key prefixes if they are specifically written on the form. Reviewers should follow the same rule and remove it if it has been put in.

Q and A

Q: How are we handling the Spouse married name field? It indicates that a person was married before under another name, neither the husband's nor maiden.

A: We are not keying the other versions of the name. Just the name at the top of the spouse section.

Q: Instructions do not state whether we key commas between jurisdictions or not.

A: We are to key the jurisdictions as they appear, without commas.
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