Talk:World Archives Project: South Australia, Australia, Police Gazettes, 1862-1926 (Part 2)
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1. Often names are followed by the age in parentheses, eg JOHN SMITH (16), particularly for young offenders.
That is true, but there was a specific question asked, when the project first became available, about the fact that those prefixes were not available, and the response was that they were not to be keyed.
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The phrase "as seen" should be removed from the instructions for keying Age to avoid confusion, as the age sometimes has to be converted to the required format. --Katerimmer (talk) 04:36, 19 February 2016 (MST)