Referring to US, Missouri—County Marriages, 1806–1969 [Part O] [M9LD-F6C]
Is anyone brave enough or kind enough to review this batch of 95 entries?
I think I did pretty well, but do not presume it is all interpreted correctly.
Yes I would be interested in any corrections or interpretations you may offer.
I checked a few of them and you have errors. Entry number 32 John Peck and M J Ramsey are in there twice. This messes up every thing below them. You did this using columns entries, this is faster if there are a lot of entries. The downfall is getting off by one line, it messes everything up below it. I used the form entry method to check it.
I sorry you error is close to the begining of the records. When you have this many names, it is actually easier to do it in the Form entry, even though it takes longer to index the records. In the long run it saves you time.
Thank you for being brave and indexing a record with 95 entries. Thank you for the indexing you are doing and will do in the future.0
To fix the issue, it may be as easy and deleting the duplicate entry. I tried to delete the entry, but the system would not let me since this was a shared batch. There are a few other numbers that need to be corrected, you can check them and fix them yourself or you can submit the batch and let the Reviewer correct the numbers.1
Did this man marry two different women at the same time?0
Hi Scissortail. I would have been glad to but this MO Marriage project is restricted. I used to be in a group with access, but, I left them.
I love to index in columns and dread having to use form mode. But, I warn people to check every 10th record to make sure you are on track when using the columns.
Could that be an August Sr and an August Jr? Hard to tell without seeing the batch or more of the records.1
Great thought on the Jr and Sr. I have submitted it for review so hopefully someone won't have to do to much editing. The lettering was tough on this batch.
Thanks as always