1806Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Re: Fw: St Helena Endangered Archive Project: earliest EIC records now o
- Apr 7, 2013I believe the convention is that all pages are photographed - even blank ones. How else would you know if some had been missed?
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On 7 Apr 2013, at 07:40, "Clive Alexander" <clivealex@...> wrote:
As David said in his post, there are a hell of a lot of pages to wade through. These documents must have been photo’ed by a Robot. Of the first book, the first 6 pages are blank!
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I'm with Linda - I was a bit confused as to how to use it.
I saw the post about the Archive project. I am really impressed with what was done. However, I am not sure how we can use them to search for individuals. Someone mentioned that they saw all the familiar names. Can we use these records in anyway to search for surnames?
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