Talk:World Archives Project: UK, De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour, 1914-1924

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Feel free to add to or edit information in this discussion tab as necessary.  Please take time to become familiar with the General Keying Standards and be sure to read all instructions on the main project page.  (Please note that in case of a discrepancy, project level instructions always trump general keying standards.)

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Questions and Answers

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  Q: I have one record that does not list a death date but states "reported missing 31 Oct 1914, and now assumed killed". Should I use this as the death date, or should I leave death date blank?

A: Leave the Death date fields empty. Annafechter 05:44, 24 January 2014 (UTC)


Q: The keying instructions state to use the decedent's name if only the spouse's first name is provided. Many of the records I'm keying show something similar to "by his wife, Anne (residence), dau of William Jones". Should I list the spouse's last name as Jones, or should I use the decedent's last name?

A: Please view the new example image as there were some issues with the prior examples. The spouse is generally given near the bottom of the biography after the m. If the wife's maiden name isn't given yes, you would enter her husband's surname as her surname. Annafechter 05:44, 24 January 2014 (UTC)

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