I'm indexing land records from Erie County, New York from 1630 to 1975. No century is stated
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John Empoliti ✭✭✭✭✭
Hi Anthony. For the most accurate help, please do as Mirevo suggests and share your batch. But here below, from the Field Help (pink ?) for Deed Year is the Project Guidance on that issue. You don't leave it blank. If you have the 2-digit year and can't determine the century, then you still index the 2-digit year. Look at the last paragraph below but also look at the rest of the guidance and please share your batch.
Type the 4-digit number for the deed year.
If the deed date was not recorded, index the date of the record. Do not index the date of instrument.
If only a 2-digit number was recorded, you can sometimes determine the first 2 digits of the 4-digit year from other information, such as the project dates or other contextual information on the image.
Do not calculate a date from other information on the document.
If you cannot determine the 4-digit year, index the 2-digit number. If you cannot determine the 2-digit or 4-digit year, press Ctrl+B to mark this field blank.0
Do I leave it blank??0