I am entering in the suffix column, the Younger as opposed to Junior, since I am entering it as seen. The Younger is not in the drop down list. In addition, I have come across Sir xxxx Baronet so I am entering Sir as a prefix and Baronet (which is also not in the drop down list) as a suffix. I am double checking on these 2 items since I hesitate to enter things, other than some names when they are not in the "dictionary" provided. I have also come across "The Right Honorable Sarah Countess Wexborough". Should Countess be either a Prefix or a Suffix? How about Right Honorable? Also, I have seen a name followed by widow or spinster. I have not included these as suffixes - is this correct? I understand that some of these questions may seem silly but I want to enter everything correctly. And lastly, although I'm pretty sure I know the answer, I came across a list of names where the first name was on one image and the last name was on the next image. They were clearly the same person and it seems unfortunate that I cannot enter it as a whole name. I entered just the first name on the first image and just the last name on the next image. Is this the only way to enter a name that is broken up over 2 pages?