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Do one of the following: To change the formatting of the footnote numbers, select the Footnotes Reference Style. If you want to change the formatting of the footnote text at the bottom of the page, select the Footnote Text Style. Click Modify, and then change the formatting options (font, size, and so on).
If those documents are all from the same deed book, the standard way to cite them would be the same way we cite multiple pages from any book: Identity the book, then cite the page numbers, with commas separating them. 1. Whatever County, North State, Deed Book 1: 23, 54, 79.
The name of the record source. The page number and publication date (if a book) The volume, catalog, or other identification number (if not a book) The location where the source was found. The date the source was found.
Place of publication, name of publisher and date of publication, written in parentheses (Place: Publisher, Date) Volume, issue and page numbers for periodicals. Series and roll or item number for microfilm.
Vital records (birth, marriage, and death certificates) Religious records. Cemetery records. Census forms. Citizenship papers. Passenger ship lists. Military records. Other records like school records, deeds, and wills.
Family Bible Archive or Library [Name] Family Bible [date range]; The Holy Bible ([Publisher location]: [Publisher], [Year published]), [page or section]; [Repository name], [location], (accessed on: [access date]), [locator information], p.
Year of last update (in round brackets) Available at: URL. (Accessed: date)
References or Works Cited Page Include person's name, date of birth, file number and government board or department name in the following format: Death Certificate for Jacob F. Rost, 24 September 1924, File No. 28093, Missouri State Board of Health.
Author's last name, first name, middle initial. Title of document (in italics). Format (letter, manuscript, pamphlet). Publisher city: publishing company, copyright date. ... Source (From Library of Congress in normal font), Collection name (in italics). ... Medium.
1Display the profile page for the person you want to cite a source for. ... 2Click the Facts and Sources tab. ... 3Click the Source Citations button. ... 4Click the Add a Source Citation link on the right. ... 5Click the Create a New Source link under Step 1 onscreen. ... 6Fill out fields for the source of the information.
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