Citation from FamilySearch database using waypoints

I've created this citation for the death register entry for Daniel Ashley who died 13 April 1867 at Hartland, Windsor County, Vermont available here:

"Vermont, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1732-2005," database and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 28 Jun 2024); Windsor > Hartland > Births, marriages, deaths 1857-1883 vol 5-6 > image 103 of 116, entry no. 22, Daniel Ashley, died 13 April 1867; citing Hartland, Vermont, Town Clerk.

However, I'm wondering if the last statement (citing Hartland, Vermont, Town Clerk) is sufficient, or if it needs more.

Submitted byEEon Sat, 06/29/2024 - 09:35

Matt, you've done well. EE's only tweak would be to remove the semicolon after the closing parentheses. The details that follow the parentheses are not a separate entity that demands a separate layer. They are essential details identifying the path that takes one from the cited database/ URL to the exact image within that database.

As for the "citing ...." layer, you can only report what the provider tells you. In this case, when we back up to the first image in the image group, that's all the information we get.