World Archives Project: Clergy List 1897

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Revision as of 13:16, 28 May 2013

About this project This collection contains a publication of members of the Anglican clergy in 1897.

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Project Instructions

This collection contains a publication of members of the Anglican clergy in 1897.

From these images we are keying names and residence location where available.

Only key names of clergy members and lay members on a council. Do not key names of benefactors, patrons, or names that are only titles, such as "The Lord Bishop of London."

Where possible residence locations should be keyed. For images that have headers, key the residence location from the header. For images that do not have headers, key from the most recent residence place.

Do not key street addresses, names of churches, or other names of buildings as a residence location. Separate geographical locations with a comma, such as "Pentwyn, Monmouth".


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Project-specific sample images and form field help:

Choose a sample image from below to see the corresponding form field examples.
Clergy List
Cover page, Section header, etc.
Image with no data

Clergy List

File:Clergy List 1.JPG

Choose the "Clergy List" form type when the image contains names of clergy members. Images of advertisements are not being keyed, and should be classified as "Cover page, Section header, etc."

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Prefix

Key any titles before the given name, such as "Rev," "Archd," or "Deacon" as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you. Do not key the word "The" as part of the prefix. Only key names of clergy members and lay members on a council.
Do not key names of benefactors, patrons, or names that are only titles, such as "The Lord Bishop of London."

Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you. Initials should be keyed with a space between them and without entering the periods. Only key names of clergy members and lay members on a council. Do not key names of benefactors, patrons, or names that are only titles, such as "The Lord Bishop of London."

Surname

Key the surname as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you. Only key names of clergy members and lay members on a council. Do not key names of benefactors, patrons, or names that are only titles, such as "The Lord Bishop of London."

Suffix

Key all titles, such as "Jr" or "III", following the surname as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you. Do not key educational distinctions.

Only key names of clergy members and lay members on a council. Do not key names of benefactors, patrons, or names that are only titles, such as "The Lord Bishop of London."

Residence Location

Key the residence location as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you. For images that have headers, key the residence location from the header. For images that do not have headers, key from the most recent residence place.

Do not key street addresses, names of churches, or other names of buildings as a residence location. Separate geographical locations with a comma, such as "London, England".

Keying Image Samples


Keying Examples

Cover page, Section header, etc.

File:Clergy List Cover Page 1.JPG

Use the “Cover page, Section header, etc” type for images that don’t contain any data we are keying, but might be interesting to look at because they provide some type of context for the image set. For instance, historical notes, affidavits, and so forth.

Additional Images Samples

Image with no data

Use the “Image with no data” type for images that don’t contain any data or any useful context that might be interesting for someone to look at. For instance, an image containing only the blank background or an image with a microfilm target on it.

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