Nathaniel Simon Notheisen
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Thank you for sharing the link to your batch. Unfortunately, it is restricted from my view. This could happen for a number of reasons, but, especially once the batch has been submitted it is no longer "shareable".
In any event, you would type what was written on the document. If Paris was on the document in the state field, then you would index Paris. Our task is to transcribe what is written on the document, not to interpret what is written. Here is a knowledge article on Indexing Incorrect Records.
sweet, I will do that next time.
batch id MQMR-L51
With the batch code I was able to open the batch.
"Paris Guards" is the name of the military unit. There is not a field for this information.
Tennessee is the state. You have listed that correctly.
The year is 1836.
The next 2 images would have Georgia indexed for the state. #3 Ga = Georgia
The field help states: If the state has been abbreviated or misspelled on the image, choose the expanded version or the correct spelling.
Hope this helps.🙂