I'm starting to create subsequent notes for many of my full references. There's something I'm not clear on while reading the examples for many of the different records. When creating a subsequent note for lets say an online baptism found on ancestry, are you putting in the subsequent note where the original record can be found? or are you simply just restating what the record is for from the first reference?
This is my working citation:
Full reference note:
"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," image, familysearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ : accessed 1 October 2020), baptism entry for James, 27 June 1827, Leigh, Lancashire; citing Lancashire Record Office, Preston.
“England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975,” image baptism entry for James Partington, 27 June 1827, Leigh, Lancashire.
I was confused because of the example given on page 476, for England records founds online. In the full reference it cites Surry, County to where the original record is held. The subsequent note given for it lists Surry County.
If that is the case would my second note then be:
“England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975,” image baptism entry for James Partington, Preston,1827.
Another example I followed was for a U.K census, based on the quick sheet example:
“1841 Census of England,” Lancashire, Winwick, enumeration district 12, p. 5, occupation entry for David Partington laborer, and Mary Partington silk weaver; image, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 1 October 2020); citing The National Archives of the United Kingdom, HO 107, piece 524, folio 6, page 5, book 5.
“1841 Census of England,” Lancashire, Winwick, p. 5, David Partington laborer and Mary Partington, silk weaver.
I hope I make sense in my questioning, it can be tricky with all the different examples, exactly how your suppose to format the subsequent note.