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

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The following observations have been addressed. Click the Discussion tab at the top of this page to report new issues. Please reserve this page for Indexing Support responses.


Event Place - City - At this time, there are no plans to add a city field to the template.
            - Country - When Great Britian is recorded, enter it as the country.

Denied Naturalizations - If there is no naturalization year on the card, use the denied year.

Okay... what if denied year is on back of card.  That is the way the cards were filled out..  Naturalization date on front.  But, if denied, the Naturalization date is left blank on the front of the card and the denial date and reason for denial are on the back of the card.

Most projects with cards say to use front and back to complete indexing info.  This project says to index front of card only.

So... what do we do about the  denial date if on the back of card?


Who is answering these questions?