How to index a hyphenated name from the early 1900's?
I am reviewing a business directory indexed from "US—City and Business Directories, 1749–1990 [Part B][MSPF-5Z2]" https://www.familysearch.org/indexing/batch/2af655cd-7edd-49e1-822d-77f5e16211fc.
This batch is from ~1900. Today hyphenated last names for a person are common. It was not so in the early 1900s. When I see a name like "Brislin-Sheble" I think it is two last names and each should be indexed separately. I see that it was indexed as one record with the hyphenated name. I'm cautious changing what the indexer has done. Should I change it to show two different entries, or leave it as one hyphenated name, or include all 3 as separate entries?