Talk:World Archives Project: New South Wales, Australia, Government Gazettes, 1853-1899
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In the 2nd example of the keying images on wiki has both the county and parish locations highlighted as the location but no mention of what to key, are they classed as multiple locations?. I have an article which is headed "Land district of Dubbo" followed by county of Narromine and parish of Bulgandramine as the event location. What to key? Bulgandramine is the specific place but not the first mentioned.
Your 4th example shows to type county comma parish in the location field. What if district is also provided as a column on our image? Example: District: Campbelltown County: Cumberland Parish: St Peter
Q: What do we key if there is no date at the top and the date in the header is a date range, for example: 1st July to 30th September, 1897? I know the year is 1897, but what should I put for the month and day?
Q:I have a list of land grants, I believe. 1) Do I enter in the date when the land was granted? One sheet has dates from 1882-1896 but not in order. 2) In the location do I enter village/town, parish & county? Examples include: "At Ungarie, Parish Wollongough, County Gipps"; "Parish Quirindi, Town Quirindi, County Buckland"; and "Parish Kirk, at Whitecliffs, County Yungmalgra". Advice appreciated!
Q: Do you key surnames which are part of a business such as Smith and Johnson, A B Clark and Son, or A B Smith and Company?
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