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Citation examples:FamilySearch

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Many FamilySearch records (eg census) give nice citations, that are easy to copy and paste into Grampslike a set of marriage records that FamilySearch has scanned, compiled, and put online.
This is an example of a Gramps citation for an FamilySearch record without a citation given to us. The important thing is to use sensible values in the Gramps citation Volume/Page text-box that ensure we uniquely identify the record.
! Gramps Field !! Value !! Comment
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| Event Type || Education .. ||
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| Date || 1874-09-24 18..||
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| Id || || Let Gramps auto-populate this
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| Place || Trinity College, Cambridge, England .. ||
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| Description || Admitted pensioner at Trinity, Cambridge University .. || This event needs some discription description because it is more unusual than our normal census etc records.
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| Role (not shared) || Primary || This is the default value
! Gramps Field !! Value !! Comment
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| Title || Cambridge University Alumni Oregon, County Marriages, 1851–1975 (Index and Images) ||
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| Author || FamilySearch ||
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| Id || || Let Gramps auto-populate this
| Abbreviation || ||
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| Pub. Info || https://familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=https://familysearch.org/records/collection/1803968 ||
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