Talk:World Archives Project: West Yorkshire, England, Quarter Session Orders, 1637-1914
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Question: should I be counting lines? Should names be entered according to what line in the text they appear? (Where lines with no names would be left blank.)
A: As a general rule we do not need to account for blank lines. --Paulmd199 00:58, 13 October 2013 (UTC) ' Question: When the only date given is in the form of years of a Monarchs reign, e.g in the 10th year of Queen Victoria's reign, should we look it up and put in 1848 in this case or just leave it blank? twomacks133
Question: Should I enter names when prosecutions have been discharged?
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<span style="color:orange"Q. I have some older pages in Latin that contain quite a number of names, and I cannot determine whether they are magistrates, jurors, witnesses, etc. Am I correct in entering them all. rmhirst