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From: Terry Reigel <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Death Reg. Sourcing Sorrows from a Long Time Lurker
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2008 09:37:23 -0400
Teresa Elliott wrote:
> Okay, along that lines, you wouldn't need to record
> Ancestry as the repository of the online database...
Let's be clear here - are we talking database - a set of data transcribed from the original and recorded in a table of some sort - or images of the original source which you read directly? I think we agree they are sourced quite differently, and I thought this discussion was about the images.
> ... though if I read EE correctly that's not what it
I agree, and that's one of places where I disagree with EE, and think the original guidance in Evidence! was better.
> The database can be found at the Archives of
> Ontario, the FHL in Salt Lake, and online at
> Ancestry.com. That's the same as the book being in
> Boston and San Francisco.
You mean images, not database, right? I agree - as I said in another post, these begin to take on the character of published works, and maybe we should treat them more along those lines.
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