20,000 more records

A while back we completed our first 10,000 project – 10,000 Vital Records of Western New York, 1809-1850 .  Today two more 10,000 projects are available to key.

10,000 Vital Records of Eastern New York, 1777-1834 and 10,000 Vital Records of Central New York, 1813-1850 contain records drawn from the marriage and death columns of New York newspapers.  We are keying the bride, groom, and their parents so their are a lot of fields – remember to keep tabbing.

Happy indexing!

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The keying examples show a father as Capt John Denny and say to key this into father prefix, given name and surname field. However there is no father prefix field in which to key “Capt” and in most projects we do not usually key ranks unless specifically asked to. ?error in the keying example or has father prefix field been missed? (I see there eis one for mother prefix)

What happened to this project? Are all 20,ooo finished already?

This project does not show up for keying OR for arbitrating. What’s going on?

These projects are complete. They were small so not many image sets.