I hope there's no monthly limit on posts, because I've come across one more conundrum.
My newest citation is to a marriage record. The record is a digital image accessed on FamilySearch. This image comes from the marriage register of the Roman Catholic parish in Zbaraż. There is no specific church identified. While I suspect it came from a book, the images don't include a book cover or cover page, instead there is a heading on the first page of the marriage records which roughly translates to 'Marriage Records from Town of Zbaraz, 1847'. (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/259691?availability=Family%20History%20Library)
The information panel indicates that the records are "Microreproduction of original manuscripts at the State Archives, Warsaw, Poland; at the Archive and Library of Archbishop in Lubaczów, Poland; at the State Archives of the Ternopil′ Oblast (record group 426, 487); and at the Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in L′viv (record group 618)"
From QuickLesson 25:
"In Layer 1, you cite the original that you are eyeballing as a digital image. You cite it the same way you would if you were using the original or microfilm of the original."
So, does this mean I should be citing this using the examples in '7.18 Church Record Books: Online Images', or is it more appropriate to cite using the '3.16 Digital Archive Records'?
And why do I find this so vexing? Grrrr ;-)