US, Michigan—Naturalization Records, 1818–1977
While doing US, Michigan—Naturalization Records, 1818–1977. I looked through the instruction and didn't notice this in them and am wondering if there should be a mention of this. There is no place telling you that should you have two declaration of intentions or if there should be a declaration of intentions and a petition for naturalization or having six declarations of intentions on one image, that after saying yes if they should be indexed. Should there be a note somewhere advising a person that they should also be creating a second image with which ever type of document is next or on the same image. I may not be wording that correctly, so I am hoping someone gets what I am trying to say.
I have also found that while doing review, that I have had to make additional entries for the image that may not have put in for the extra entry(s) such as the image on the right or have made five additional entries for the six declarations of intentions.
I could also be wrong in my thought process of that should you have two images on the same page to be indexed, that each one should be made and entry or is it that somewhere down the line you will be able to add the additional entry once the review has been done on whether they should be indexed or not.
Thanks for your patience in trying to understand what I am trying to say, as I do have a tendency of leaving words out.