I'm new to creating profiles here, and I'd appreciate some feedback on the style I've used for sources on Viola (Hall) Thompson's profile [Hall-36310]. (I have several more sources to add for her. My research notes section is still a work-in-progress.)
For a single person like this, I prefer my source lists to be chronological by the event they primarily describe, so even if a later source mentions an earlier event, I don't cite it until later. For example, I don't cite census records, her obituary, or cemetery when I mention her birth in the biography. (I might do that in a published manuscript, but I can only control the order of sources on WikiTree by their first citation.)
I've tried to conform to the Evidence Explained style for primary sources. I've also added derivative online sources, listing free sources first. I've also noted the ones that require a subscription, to hopefully save readers a click and annoying paywall if they aren't subscribers.
I've also decided to indicate the relevant data from a source in bold. That doesn't conform to any publication style, but I feel it draws the reader's eye to the actual important information that might otherwise get lost in a wall of text.
Before I finish adding sources for Viola (and before I go back and rework the other few profiles I've added), I'd like to know if there's any way I can improve the presentation of these sources.