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Types of Citations

There are 3 citations provided for each source:

  1. List of Sources (Sources)--included at the end of the biography as key materials reviewed/consulted.
  2. First Reference (1st Ref.)--Source of an individual fact in the biography; includes info about the source as well as the specific material within the source that was relied upon.
  3. Subsequent References (Sub. Ref.)--Shortened form of First References.

Example Citations

Family Bible

Sources
Georgeanna Mullings, Family Bible Record, 1888-1948. The Holy Bible. Nashville, Tennessee: Thomas Nelson, 1885, Privately held by G. Mullings, [private address withheld], Chevy Chase, Maryland. [[Space:Link to free-space profile for this source]]
1st Ref.
Mullings, Georgeanna. Family Bible Record, 1888-1948. The Holy Bible. Nashville, Tennessee: Thomas Nelson, 1885, "Births and Deaths," Privately held by G. Mullings, [private address withheld], Chevy Chase, Maryland. [[Space:Link to free-space profile for this source]] The Bible was inherited by G. Mullings from his father, who was Georgeanna Mullings's grandson.
Sub. Ref.
Georgeanna Mullings, Family Bible Record, "Births and Deaths."

Family Group Sheet or Ancestral Charts

Sources
DeHart Family Group Sheets, 1674-1969. Privately held by Roger DeHart [private address withheld] White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. 2010. [[Space:Link to free-space profile for this source]]
1st Ref.
Roger DeHart (compiler), John D. DeHart--Lila Matthews Family Group Sheet, DeHart Family Group Sheets, 1674-1969, supplied by Roger DeHart [private address withheld], 2010. This sheet contains references to sources used to verify the information; these sources have been thoroughly and reliably documented in an attachment to the family sheet. [[Space:Link to free-space profile for this source]]
Sub. Ref.
DeHart, John D. DeHart--Lila Matthews Family Group Sheet, see note 1.

Private Letters

Sources
Merkle, Jean (Clinton, Maryland) to Maude [Poorman]. Letter. 20 January 1947. Privately held by Jane Mullings, [private address withheld]. [[Space:Link to free-space profile for this source]].
1st Ref.
Jean Merkle (Clinton, Maryland) to Maude [Poorman], letter, 20 January 1947; privately held by Jane Mullings, [private address withheld], Hughesville, Maryland, 2000. [The recipient is Maude Whitehill Poorman, sister of Jean Merkle.] [[Space:Link to free-space profile for this source]].
Sub. Ref.
Jean Merkle letter to "Maude," 20 January 1947.

Newspapers

Online, no byline

Sources
The Evening Star, 3 June 1974. Digital image archives, [http://www.newspapers.com Newspapers.com]: 2018.
1st Ref.
"C. P. Merkle Dies," The Evening Star, (District of Columbia), 3 June 1974. Digital image archives, [http://www.newspapers.com/obit12397 Newspapers.com]: Citing p A3.
Sub. Ref.
"C.P. Merkle Dies," The Evening Star, 3 June 1974.

Print edition, no byline

Sources
District of Columbia. The Evening Star, 3 June 1974: 2018.
1st Ref.
"C. P. Merkle Dies," The Evening Star, (District of Columbia), 3 June 1974: Citing p A3.
Sub. Ref.
"C.P. Merkle Dies," The Evening Star, 3 June 1974.

Online with byline

Sources
District of Columbia. The Evening Star, 5 June 1974. Digital image archives, [http://www.newspapers.com Newspapers.com accessed March 2018]:: 2018.
1st Ref.
Joan Busch, "John Smith Wins Election" ''The Evening Star,'' (District of Columbia), 5 June 1974. Digital image archives, [http://www.newspapers.com/news87689 Newspapers.com: accessed March 2018]:) Citing p A1.
Sub. Ref.
Busch, "John Smith Wins Election."

Print edition with byline

Sources
District of Columbia. The Evening Star, 5 June 1974: 2018.
1st Ref.
Joan Busch, "John Smith Wins Election," (District of Columbia), 5 June 1974. Citing p A1.
Sub. Ref.
Busch, 'John Smith Wins Election.

Undated Newspaper Clipping

Sources
"C.P. Merkle Dies," undated clipping, ca. 1974, from unidentified newspaper; Merkle Family Papers, supplied by Jane (Merkle) Mullings [private address], Hughesville, Maryland: 2018. Inherited by Mrs. Mullings from her mother, Jean (Whitehill) Merkle, in 2000.
1st Ref.
C.P. Merkle Dies, undated clipping, ca. 1974, from unidentified newspaper; Merkle Family Papers, supplied by Jane (Merkle) Mullings [private address], Hughesville, Maryland: 2018.
Sub. Ref.
"C.P. Merkle Dies," Merkle Family Papers.

Audiotaped Interviews with transcript

Sources
Merkle, Theodore Joseph. Clinton, Maryland. Interview by Jinni Kerns. 21 February 1990. Audiotape and transcript. Privately held by Joan (Merkle) Kerns [private address,] Forestville, Maryland. 2017.
1st Ref.
Theodore Joseph Merkle (9201 Surratts Manor Drive, Clinton, Maryland 20735), interview by Jinni Kerns, 21 February 1990; audiotape and interview held privately by Joan (Merkle) Kerns [private address], Forestville, Maryland, 2017. Theodore Merkle (deceased) was Joan's father and Jinni's grandfather.
Sub. Ref.
Theodore Joseph Merkle, Interview. 21 February 1990.

Photographs

Scan of Original

Sources
[Last name, first name of person photographed]. Photograph. Year taken. Digital image. Privately held by [Owner's Name], [private address], city, state. Year accessed.
1st Ref.
"[Last name, first name of person photographed] (Place taken). Photograph. ca. [date]. Digital image. Privately held by [name], [private address]. [Year]. ["Name"] gave the photograph to [person B], who allowed her to scan it. The location, condition, and characteristics of the original are unknown.
Sub. Ref.
[Name of person(s) in photographs] photograph, [Collection Name].

Books

Printed Book

Sources
Patrick County Historical Society. History of Patrick County, Virginia. Stuart, Virginia: Patrick County Historical Society (1999).
1st Ref
Patrick County Historical Society. History of Patrick County, Virginia. (Stuart, Virginia: Patrick County Historical Society 1999), p. 156.
Sub. Ref
Patrick County Historical Society, History of Patrick County, Virginia, p. 156. [[Space:Link to free-space profile for this source]].

Online Book (image file)

Sources
George Cabell Greer, Early Virginia Immigrants. Richmond, Virginia: W.C. Hill Printing Co., p. 1912. Image copy. Google Books, [https://books.google.com/books?id=xDISAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false www.books.google.com.] [[Space:Link to free-space profile for this source]].
1st Ref.
Greer, George Cabell. Early Virginia Immigrants. (Richmond, Virginia: W.C. Hill Printing Co., p. 1912). p. 36; digital images, Google Books, [https://books.google.com/books?id=xDISAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false www.books.google.com.] [[Space:Link to free-space profile for this source]].
Sub. Ref.
Greer, Early Virginia Immigrants, p. 36.

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Sources
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Sub. Ref.




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