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Indian, Oklahoma Pioneer Record

Indian, Oklahoma Pioneer Record

Posted: 23 Nov 2013 1:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Blackfeather
I just got a record that is not an actual interview as the subject is deceased. It doesn't say anywhere how the information was obtained, but there is a great deal of information that would be of interest to someone and I hesitate to key it as a burial record as the only info on that is cemetery and burial place. The record contains all kinds of family relationships. Anyone encounter this and can tell me what to do? I am inclined to treat it like an interview.

Re: Indian, Oklahoma Pioneer Record

Posted: 23 Nov 2013 7:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Without seeing the image I'm not really sure. But i would probably treat as an interview.

Re: Indian, Oklahoma Pioneer Record

Posted: 1 Dec 2013 8:58AM GMT
Classification: Query
It sounds like you could have keyed it as a Subsequent Burial Page, which allows keying of relationships, birth and death dates, etc., in it. If the top of the page lists a cemetery name (usually in the center at top, to the right of the person's name), that is what it should be keyed as. If a cemetery name isn't on the top of the page, and no interview date is given, it would be a Subsequent Interview Page.
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