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By arturoramos - Posted on 11 June 2006

The only way that the database can link back to the familysearch website is if
the batch number is entered exactly as it would be in the familysearch site,
so therefore only one batch number can be entered in every entry.

I was not aware that there could be multiple batch numbers for the same film.
If there is a way to differentiate what information is in each batch, can you
please enter that as part of the film description.

Thanks for your contributions to the database.

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From: longsjourney
Date: Sun Jun 11 19:12:03 CDT 2006
To: research@lists.nuestrosranchos.com
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Batch #

Joseph, I got confused when I found so many batch numbers for some films in
Jerez Zacatecas, was I supposed to list each individually or is there a way to
put them all on one?

Linda Castanon-Long

Arturo, would it be possible to show the format that you would like us to use when making this listing?
Pat

Arturo Ramos wrote:
Erlinda:

The only way that the database can link back to the familysearch website is if
the batch number is entered exactly as it would be in the familysearch site,
so therefore only one batch number can be entered in every entry.

I was not aware that there could be multiple batch numbers for the same film.
If there is a way to differentiate what information is in each batch, can you
please enter that as part of the film description.

Thanks for your contributions to the database.

=====================
From: longsjourney
Date: Sun Jun 11 19:12:03 CDT 2006
To: research@lists.nuestrosranchos.com
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Batch #

Joseph, I got confused when I found so many batch numbers for some films in
Jerez Zacatecas, was I supposed to list each individually or is there a way to
put them all on one?

Linda Castanon-Long

Patricia:

If you look in the Films section and find a municipality that has films already listed you will see what the batch descriptions look like... they are usually some description like "Baptisms" or "Marriages" or "Baptisms (Boys)", etc. You will then need to enter the begin date and the end date of the film(s) that the batch covers as well as the batch number and the film number. If you happen to have the film on indefinite loan, you should enter your name in the "Borrower" field otherwise leave this blank.

Here is an example from Arandas:
Baptisms Boys 1803-1818 279530 J602955
Baptisms Girls 1803-1818 279530 K602955
Marriages 1802-1812 279674 M604429

Arturo, thank you. Pat

arturoramos wrote:
Patricia:

If you look in the Films section and find a municipality that has films already listed you will see what the batch descriptions look like... they are usually some description like "Baptisms" or "Marriages" or "Baptisms (Boys)", etc. You will then need to enter the begin date and the end date of the film(s) that the batch covers as well as the batch number and the film number. If you happen to have the film on indefinite loan, you should enter your name in the "Borrower" field otherwise leave this blank.

Here is an example from Arandas:
Baptisms Boys 1803-1818 279530 J602955
Baptisms Girls 1803-1818 279530 K602955
Marriages 1802-1812 279674 M604429

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