Victoria Australia Probates
People Indexing and Reviewing Victoria Australia Probates
There are only one name but you have marry that person that has died to every page
The Wills have anywhere from one page to twenty five pages the person who died goes on each page
Also the contribution of the Will their name goes on each page where their signature appears before the owner of the Wills Owners Name
All pages have information to be extracted
Melissa S Himes ✭✭✭✭✭
No, you only index the FIRST page of the person's probate case or will. You use additional information from the other pages to fill in any blanks on that first entry entry form and mark the rest of the pages as No, No Extractable Data. For those who are worried that information is lost, it is not. The researcher who finds the record will be able to review all "one to 25 pages".
From the project instructions and the pop-up that appears before each batch:
Some documents may continue across multiple images. Index the information on the first page of a probate record or will, using additional information from the following images. When all available fields have been indexed, the other images should be marked in Step 1: Images as No, No Extractable Data.
You also do not index the following: Do not index other types of documents, such as inventories, real estate or property information, or letters and correspondence about a will. If an image shows only these types of documents, mark it in Step 1: Images as No, No Extractable Data.
There are MANY images in this project that are marked No, No Extractable Data.0
Thank you, I'm new to advanced indexing and even after looking at the examples I was uncertain about if I should index each page when most of the info was repeated. Your answer was direct and clear. Thanks again.1