This is a smaller project and one that is already available on Ancestry - it was OCRed quite a few years ago. Since this is not in a typical format you will want to review the images on the wiki page to assist you in deciphering what should be keyed.
Due to the size and nature of this project we are using it as a test for keying data that is split across images. In the Project Instructions you will see the following instructions.
Split Records Sometimes a record will carry over to a second image. If both images are in your image set, key any record information found on the second image to the record started on the first image. If your image set does NOT contain the first image of a split record (i.e. the first image in your image set is the second image of a split record), you will need to key a new record and key any marriage information available. Try to identify marriage place, date, spouse, etc. Leave any information blank that cannot be identified, including the primary person’s name.
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