Categories: How to add unincorporated communities within a township?

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I need to add categories to some family pages.  The State and County categories are there, but not the township and/or city.  Since the unincorporated communities are within a township, do I make it a sub of a sub?

I would be adding Ira Township and Anchorville to this page:

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:St._Clair_County%2C_Michigan

Anchorville is the unincorporated community.

in Policy and Style by Laura Nixon G2G6 Mach 1 (17.2k points)

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  1. Create the category [[Category: Ira Township, St. Clair County, Michigan]] or [[Category: Anchorville, Michigan]] by placing the category on the profile page of someone who fits in the category.
  2. That will generate a redlink to a category edit page.
  3. Click on that link.
  4. Type [[Category: St. Clair County, Michigan]] at the top of the page. Then save the page. That will create a category page and place it in the county category.

EDITED: Oops -- I missed that Anchorville is in Ira Township. When you create Anchorville, type [[Category: Ira Township, St. Clair County, Michigan]] at the top of the page. That will put it in the Ira Township category, which will be in the county category.

by Ellen Smith G2G Astronaut (1.3m points)
selected by Stanley Baraboo
Thanks.
OMGosh, I have copied and pasted so much information today adding communities and relatives! Thanks for pointing me in the proper direction.

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