Picked up a copy of EE and RootsMagic (stepping up my game from just being on Ancestry.com). I have a few, probably superfluous, questions. Here's a copy of one of my census citations. Would you mind checking it out? I added the bold for emphasis.
1930 U.S. census, Alachua County, Florida, population schedule, Precinct 27, Gainesville City, enumeration district (ED) 1-14, sheet 15B, dwelling 333, family 384, Liston P. Chappell Jr. household; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 July 2022); citing NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 306.
RootsMagic defaults to "digital images", EE QuickCheck just shows "images", and I see elsewhere "Database with images" or just "database". Is there a standard I should be using? There's also some variation in the last part: some places have the word "citing" before the NARA info, some don't. Others say NARA microfilm, and some say National Archives microfilm. I know I'm being very OCD about this, but I guess I'm just hoping someone will say it doesn't matter. I want to create a standard within my own genealogy program without second-guessing myself all the time.
Also, the books hints at (but I can't find an example) of how to treat your person of interest on a census if they are a boarder. So using the example above, would I edit to say something like: "Liston P. Chappell Jr. household (boarders of Frankie Dickerson)"? What specific phrasing would you suggest?
Thanks for the help!