Hi @Prinzmel AaronPojas1
i’m glad to help.
i cannot open your batch (“Access Restricted”) and could not even find your project. And I don’t know it there are special naming conventions for Philippino names of whatever culture the nene is from. But, the “general” rule, which I’ve clipped from the Given Names “Field Help” (purple question mark ?) for one of my projects is bolded below.
The given names may be written either before or after the surname. Be sure to type the names in the correct fields in the data entry area. If you cannot determine if a name is a given name or a surname, type it in this field.
You can also find this in the in the “General Indexing Guidelines” (last section or your Project Instructions) under Given Names.
So, if you’re not sure which name components belong in which name field, you index the whole name, exactly as written, in the Given Names field and Ctrl+B (<Blank> the Surname field.
So index Cu Unjieng Leopo etc. (I can’t see the rest of it - maybe Leopold or Leopoldo) in the GN field and Ctrl+B the SN field.