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RE: [Genealogy Research Club] Miller: Using style to enhance your genealogy

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  • Clark & Rita Pederson
    I would recommend considering using a comma after a last name and before the Jr. or Sr. Otherwise, my genealogy program (FTM) alphabetizes the name under J
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 20, 2006
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      I would recommend considering using a comma after a last name and before
      the Jr. or Sr. Otherwise, my genealogy program (FTM) alphabetizes the name
      under J or S for Jr. or Sr. instead of under the surname. Check your
      genealogy computer program before deciding.

      Clark

      Oregon



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      genealogy



      Miller: Using style to enhance your genealogy

      By Julie Miller, Genealogy columnist
      August 19, 2006


      PUNCTUATION:

      Jr. and Sr. without commas. Example: "Harry Warren Jr. has four
      brothers."



      Julie Miller is a certified genealogists. She is a genealogy
      researcher, teacher and lecturer. If you have a genealogy question,
      send it to julie@jpmresearch. <mailto:julie%40jpmresearch.com> com.




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