Australia, Fremantle—Inward Passenger Lists, 1890–1911. entries for children
In reviewing should I strictly follow the guide lines and remove entries for children that are not named on the document? The indexer has assumed that the children have the same surname as the person listed. They could be grandchildren or wards of the person traveling and have a totally different surname.
Or should I just go along with the indexers assumption, assuming that the researcher will sort it out?
There are 2 examples of this situation on this small batch.