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From: Holly Timm <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Data set question -- I wanna lump
Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 16:26:17 -0400
I agree with Terry and put the head of house/householder identification
first followed by everything else. Both in use for my own notes and in
reading other people's stuff I want to know the important element as to
where someone was found first and that is whose household it was. What I
have seen Elizabeth [and others] say over and over is be consistent. In
other words, if you put the householder first, then always put them first,
if you put them last then always put them last.
At 03:25 PM 4/3/2006 -0400, Terry Reigel wrote:
> > The Quick Sheet has the person listed last for census
> > images. She also gave some similar census examples on
> > another mail list in the last year or so. Those also put
> > the person or household last. On the Quick Sheet, the
> > models for for indexes have the person first, but not for
> > the images.
>Yes, I know, but the question I was responding to referred to the
>examples in Evidence!
>And, I think she had it right the first time, and the the QuickSheet
>is "wrong," for reasons I've discussed with her. <g>
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