Can there be more examples of what to index and also examples of what NOT to index?
I have been indexing and reviewing in US, Missouri—County Marriages, 1806–1969 [Part O][M9LV-9N9] for the past two weeks. There seems to be a lot of confusion on what to index and what not to index. Could there be more examples of what to index and some examples of what NOT to index? For example, I notice being indexed a lot of indexes that may have a husband's name and a wife's name, a marriage license date and number followed by a page and volume number. Are these to be indexed? Show an example of what NOT to index. Also, show a name-only example. I found it confusing to be instructed how to not put a space before or after apostrophes and then not being able to enter apostrophes. It could better have said, Index O'Neil ONiel. Thanks