I am reviewing El Salvador indexed records and find the word anoche, meaning last night.
Does anoche refer to the day before or the present day. If it refers to the time before midnight then it would be the day before, but if it refers to the time after midnight then it would be the present day. Am I right?
Also, in my reviewing, I have found in every case with more than 300 records that the indexers have confused the genders by marking masculina M for females and hembra H for males. How does one track down the indexers to help them learn which words and name endings refer to males and which to females? My present batch is El Salvador-Registro Civil, 1836-2001 (Parte D) (MSQN-M7S).