Talk:FamilySearch Indexing: US, New England–Naturalization Index 1791-1906, Project Updates

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Click the '''Edit This Page '''button to help index this project. Messages will be removed after careful review by support. Any updates will be posted to the '''[https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/FamilySearch_Indexing:_US,_New_England%E2%80%93Naturalization_Index_1791-1906,_Project_Updates Project Updates]''' page.  
 
Click the '''Edit This Page '''button to help index this project. Messages will be removed after careful review by support. Any updates will be posted to the '''[https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/FamilySearch_Indexing:_US,_New_England%E2%80%93Naturalization_Index_1791-1906,_Project_Updates Project Updates]''' page.  
  
Many commonly asked questions, such&nbsp;as indexing crossed out information,&nbsp;have already been answered -&nbsp;Click the Basic Indexing Instructions link on the&nbsp;'''[https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/FamilySearch_Indexing:_US,_New_England%E2%80%93Naturalization_Index_1791-1906,_Project_Links Project Links]'''&nbsp;page to read them.<br>
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Many commonly asked questions, such&nbsp;as indexing crossed out information,&nbsp;have already been answered -&nbsp;Click the Basic Indexing Instructions link on the&nbsp;'''[https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/FamilySearch_Indexing:_US,_New_England%E2%80%93Naturalization_Index_1791-1906,_Project_Links Project Links]'''&nbsp;page to read them.<br>  
  
 
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Answers posted on the updates page are official answers from support. We appreciate your questions and want to make sure any responses given on these pages are not from another source.&nbsp; Someone else may give a correct answer but there is no way of knowing that unless the answer comes through the proper channels.&nbsp; Because of the review process, answers may take a few days but they&nbsp;can always&nbsp;be counted on to be from an official source.<br>
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Answers posted on the updates page are official answers from support. We appreciate your questions and want to make sure any responses given on these pages are not from another source.&nbsp; Someone else may give a correct answer but there is no way of knowing that unless the answer comes through the proper channels.&nbsp; Because of the review process, answers may take a few days but they&nbsp;can always&nbsp;be counted on to be from an official source.<br>  
  
 
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Regarding the 2 digit years that I&nbsp;posted earlier.... <br>  
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Examples of 2 digit years that might be indexed or arbitrated to the 4 digit 19xx year: &nbsp; 04, 13, 25, 38&nbsp;
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Most of these would be on the pre-printed cards..
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Well, here is an example of why NOT to change the 2 digit to the 4 digit 19xx year.
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Revision as of 20:57, 1 September 2011

Help us improve the indexing and arbitration of this project.

Click the Edit This Page button to help index this project. Messages will be removed after careful review by support. Any updates will be posted to the Project Updates page.

Many commonly asked questions, such as indexing crossed out information, have already been answered - Click the Basic Indexing Instructions link on the Project Links page to read them.


Answers posted on the updates page are official answers from support. We appreciate your questions and want to make sure any responses given on these pages are not from another source.  Someone else may give a correct answer but there is no way of knowing that unless the answer comes through the proper channels.  Because of the review process, answers may take a few days but they can always be counted on to be from an official source.


Regarding the 2 digit years that I posted earlier....

Examples of 2 digit years that might be indexed or arbitrated to the 4 digit 19xx year:   04, 13, 25, 38 

Most of these would be on the pre-printed cards..

Well, here is an example of why NOT to change the 2 digit to the 4 digit 19xx year.


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