I'm discovering that in most British directories a person can be found multiple times within different sections of the same directory, which leads to citing multiple pages and column numbers. I don't know about you but I find the page and column numbers separated by only commas hard to read in the citation I created. Is there a better way that I can group each page/column number together so that it reads easier? Somehow I don't think using a semicolon is the right thing to do. I pulled out CMOS before asking here, but that didn't get me anywhere.
Kelly’s Directory of Cumberland. With New Map  (London: Kelly’s Directories Ltd.), p. 104, col. 2, p. 245, col. 1, p. 342, col.1, entries for Mrs. Martha Nixon; imaged as "UK, City and County Directories, 1766 - 1946," Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com : accessed 17 July 2020) > England > Cumberland > 1894 Kelly's Directory > images 123, 264, 361.