Talk:IGI Batch Number Descriptions

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There is a description at [http://home.comcast.net/~neal4/geldsigb.htm http://home.comcast.net/~neal4/geldsigb.htm] that includes some codes not mentioned on this page. Is there anyone that can comment on the legitimacy of these additional codes?<br>  
 
There is a description at [http://home.comcast.net/~neal4/geldsigb.htm http://home.comcast.net/~neal4/geldsigb.htm] that includes some codes not mentioned on this page. Is there anyone that can comment on the legitimacy of these additional codes?<br>  
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All digit numbers (except those listed specifically below)<br>Submitted Individual Entry forms, Marriage Entry forms, and family group records.<br> "Individual Entry forms" may contain death dates, father's occ., source(s) of info., submitter's name, address, and relationship. "Marriage Entry forms" may contain a couple's ages, names of parents, indication of whether the wife was a widow, source(s) of info., submitter's name, address, and relationship. <br>"Family group records", see "F***" above.<br>The first two numbers referr to the year the record was received in SLC, the next three numbers are the day of the year (i.e. 035 would be the 4th of Feb.), and the last two numbers are the mail batch that the entry was in on that day.<br><br>  
 
All digit numbers (except those listed specifically below)<br>Submitted Individual Entry forms, Marriage Entry forms, and family group records.<br> "Individual Entry forms" may contain death dates, father's occ., source(s) of info., submitter's name, address, and relationship. "Marriage Entry forms" may contain a couple's ages, names of parents, indication of whether the wife was a widow, source(s) of info., submitter's name, address, and relationship. <br>"Family group records", see "F***" above.<br>The first two numbers referr to the year the record was received in SLC, the next three numbers are the day of the year (i.e. 035 would be the 4th of Feb.), and the last two numbers are the mail batch that the entry was in on that day.<br><br>  
  
754**** = Special extraction projects (New Hampshire index to births)<br><br>
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754**** = Special extraction projects (New Hampshire index to births)  
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'''Answer'''<br>These are all real batch numbers and the explanations given at http://home.comcast.net/~neal4/geldsigb.htm are accurate. See Laureen R. Jaussi and Gloria D. Chaston, ''Register of Genealogical Society Call Numbers, vol. 1'' (Provo, Utah: Genealogy Tree, 1982), 2-16 to 2-18 or the old handout "Tracing the Source of IGI Batch Numbers" for verification. [[User:Diltsgd|Diltsgd]] 18:01, 25 November 2008 (UTC)<br>

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RobertRaymondUT 19-Nov-2008

There is a description at http://home.comcast.net/~neal4/geldsigb.htm that includes some codes not mentioned on this page. Is there anyone that can comment on the legitimacy of these additional codes?


M18***

T000001-T000011 Manual 110 year file from Family Group Records Collection, Archive Section

T000011-T000136 Temple Index Bureau (TIB) conversion


All digit numbers (except those listed specifically below)
Submitted Individual Entry forms, Marriage Entry forms, and family group records.
"Individual Entry forms" may contain death dates, father's occ., source(s) of info., submitter's name, address, and relationship. "Marriage Entry forms" may contain a couple's ages, names of parents, indication of whether the wife was a widow, source(s) of info., submitter's name, address, and relationship.
"Family group records", see "F***" above.
The first two numbers referr to the year the record was received in SLC, the next three numbers are the day of the year (i.e. 035 would be the 4th of Feb.), and the last two numbers are the mail batch that the entry was in on that day.

754**** = Special extraction projects (New Hampshire index to births)

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These are all real batch numbers and the explanations given at http://home.comcast.net/~neal4/geldsigb.htm are accurate. See Laureen R. Jaussi and Gloria D. Chaston, Register of Genealogical Society Call Numbers, vol. 1 (Provo, Utah: Genealogy Tree, 1982), 2-16 to 2-18 or the old handout "Tracing the Source of IGI Batch Numbers" for verification. Diltsgd 18:01, 25 November 2008 (UTC)