User:Thuguely/Sandbox40

From FamilySearch Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Contents

Purpose[edit | edit source]

The purpose of these projects is to add new online collections to the FamilySearch Wiki.

Connecticut, Births and Baptisms, 1639-1941[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the page that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "Page" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ct task list.png

  5. Once on the page, look for "Births" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Oh birth toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Births" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Ct births edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1639-1941''' {{RecordSearch|2448938|Connecticut, Births and Baptisms, 1639-1941}} — index


  10. Paste it into the text box right under ====Births====. It will look like the following:


  11. Ct births code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Ct births finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next page.


Wales Infobox[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Wales Info Box Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the parish that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "Parish" column to take you to the page.


  4. Wales task list.png

  5. Once on the parish pages, look for "Parish History" in the table of contents (sometimes this might simply be "History"). Click on that link.


  6. Wales history toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Parish History" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Wales history edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    {{Infobox Wales Parishes
    | title = PARISH NAME Parish
    | County bef 1974 = add here
    | County 1 Apr 1974-31 Mar 1996 = add here
    | County 1 Apr 1996 - = add here 
    | District = add here
    | Sub-district = add here
    | Probate Court = add here
    | Diocese = add here
    | Rural Deanery = add here
    | Chapelry = add here
    | Poor Law Union = add here
    | Hundred = add here
    | Province = add here
    }}


  10. Paste the code under any written history that is already there. This means that it should always be pasted at the bottom of the section. It will look like the following:


  11. Wales code pasted.png

  12. Replace "PARISH NAME" with the name of the parish that you are working on, so in my example I would replace "PARISH NAME" with Aberffraw.


  13. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  14. Wales code finished.png

  15. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  16. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Missouri Deaths[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Missouri Deaths Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Mo county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Death" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Ia death toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Mo death edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1910-1960''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10018/missouri-death-certificates-1910-1960?s=275764761 Missouri Death Certificates, 1910 - 1960] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1910, so in the example below, we will paste the code after the entry of 1883. It will look like the following:


  11. Mo death code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Mo death code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Ohio Tax[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Ohio Tax

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ohio county list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Taxation" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Oh tax toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Taxation" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Oh tax edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    :*'''1800-1850''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-30045/ohio-tax-records-1800-1850?s=275764761 Ohio Tax Records, 1800-1850] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. We want to paste put it in chronological order, so we need to paste it between the entry of 1800 and the entry of 1810. It will look like the following:


  11. Oh tax code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Oh tax code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Ohio Death Index, 1913-1944, 1956-1963[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Ohio Death Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ohio county list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Deaths" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Oh death toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Oh death edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    :*'''1913-1944, 1954-1963''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10692/ohio-death-index-1913-1944-1954-1963?s=275764761 Ohio Death Index, 1913-1944, 1954-1963] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste it into the text box right after:
    :*'''1913-1937''' - [http://resources.ohiohistory.org/death/#scroll Death Index 1913-1937
    .
    It will look like the following:


  11. Oh death 2 code finished.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Oh death 2 code done.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Ohio Marriages 1970-2003[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Ohio Marriages Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ohio county list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Marriage" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Oh marriage toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Marriage" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Oh marriage edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    :*'''1970-2003''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10212/ohio-marriages-1970-2003?s=275764761 Ohio, Marriages, 1970 - 2003] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste it into the text box right after:
    :*'''1803-1999''' - [http://www.usgwarchives.net/oh/adams/vitals-index.html Ohio Marriage Records] Courtesy of OhioGenWeb
    .
    It will look like the following:


  11. Oh marriage code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Oh marriage code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Ohio Death Records 1908-1932, 1938-2018[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Ohio Deaths Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ohio county list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Deaths" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Oh death toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Oh death edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    :*'''1908-1932, 1938-2018''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/5763/ Ohio, Death Records, 1908-1932, 1938-2018] at Ancestry.com ($) — index and images


  10. Paste it into the text box right after:
    :*'''1908-1953''' - [[Ohio Deaths - FamilySearch Historical Records|Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953]] Free name indexes and images at [[Ohio Deaths and Burials - FamilySearch Historical Records|FamilySearch]]. Records include such information as birth date of deceased, city, county, and state of death, name of spouse if married, names of parents, maiden name of mother, name of informant, if deceased was single, married, windowed or divorced, occupation of deceased.
    .
    It will look like the following:


  11. Oh death code pasted.png

  12. There is an old version of this collection on the page already that we need to delete. Delete the following code in the text box:
    :*'''1908-1932, 1938-1944, 1958-2002''' - [http://www.ancestry.com/search/locality/dbpage.aspx?tp=2&p=38 Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932-, 1938-1944, 1958-2002] - Ancestry ($)

  13. The code after should look like the following:

    Oh death code deleted.png

  14. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  15. Oh death code finished.png

  16. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  17. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Ohio Death Records 1908-1932, 1938-2018[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Ohio Deaths Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ohio county list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Deaths" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Oh death toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Oh death edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    :*'''1908-1932, 1938-2018''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/5763/ Ohio, Death Records, 1908-1932, 1938-2018] at Ancestry.com ($) — index and images


  10. Paste it into the text box right after:
    :*'''1908-1953''' - [[Ohio Deaths - FamilySearch Historical Records|Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953]] Free name indexes and images at [[Ohio Deaths and Burials - FamilySearch Historical Records|FamilySearch]]. Records include such information as birth date of deceased, city, county, and state of death, name of spouse if married, names of parents, maiden name of mother, name of informant, if deceased was single, married, windowed or divorced, occupation of deceased.
    .
    It will look like the following:


  11. Oh death code pasted.png

  12. There is an old version of this collection on the page already that we need to delete. Delete the following code in the text box:
    :*'''1908-1932, 1938-1944, 1958-2002''' - [http://www.ancestry.com/search/locality/dbpage.aspx?tp=2&p=38 Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932-, 1938-1944, 1958-2002] - Ancestry ($)

  13. The code after should look like the following:

    Oh death code deleted.png

  14. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  15. Oh death code finished.png

  16. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  17. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Ohio Births 1908-1998[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Ohio Births Tast List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ohio county list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Births" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Oh birth toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Births" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Oh birth edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    :*'''1908-1998''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/3146/ Ohio, Birth Index, 1908-1998] at Ancestry.com ($) — index


  10. Paste it into the text box right before ''Original Birth Records on Microfilm''. It will look like the following:


  11. Oh birth code pasted.png

  12. There is an old version of this collection on the page already that we need to delete. Delete the following code in the text box:
    :*'''1908-1964''' - [http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3146 Ohio, Birth Index, 1908-1964] at [http://www.ancestry.com/ ancestry.com] ($)

  13. The code after should look like the following:

    Oh birth code deleted.png

  14. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  15. Oh birth code finished.png

  16. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  17. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Tennessee Deaths[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Tennessee Deaths

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Tn county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Death" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Tn death toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Tn death edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1908-1933''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10076/tennessee-deaths-1908-1933?s=275764761 Tennessee Deaths, 1908 - 1933] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1908, so in the example below, we will paste the code between the entry of 1908 and the entry of 1914. It will look like the following:


  11. Tn death code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Tn death code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Virginia Marriages[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Virginia Marriages

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "Locality" column to take you to the page.


  4. Va county task list.png

  5. Once on the locality pages, look for "Vital" in the table of contents. You will see one of two things: either a "Marriage" section under the "Vital" section or a "Vital" section alone. If you see a "Marriage" section, click on that. If you see a standalone "Vital" section, simply click on that.


  6. Va county marriage toc.png

    Va city marriage toc.png

  7. Once you get to the correct section, click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Va marriage edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1785-1940''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/60214/ Virginia, Select Marriages, 1785-1940] at Ancestry.com ($) — index


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1785, so in the example below, we will paste the code between the entry of 1784 and the entry of 1787. It will look like the following:


  11. Va marriage code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Va marriage code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Iowa Deaths 1900-1939[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Iowa Deaths 1900-1939

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ia county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Death" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Ia death toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Ia death 2 edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1900-1939''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10186/iowa-death-index-1900-1939?s=275764761 Iowa Death Index, 1900-1939] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1900, so in the example below, we will paste the code between the entry of 1880 and the entry of 1904. It will look like the following:


  11. Ia death 2 code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Ia death 2 code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Iowa Deaths 1920-1967[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Iowa Deaths 1920-1967

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ia county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Death" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Ia death toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Ia death edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1920-1967''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/61442/ Iowa, Death Records, 1920-1967] at Ancestry.com ($) — index and images


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1920, so in the example below, we will paste the code below the entry 1904. It will look like the following:


  11. Ia death code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Ia death code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Iowa Marriages 1836-1926[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Iowa Marriages 1836-1926

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ia county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Marriage" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Ia marriage toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Marriage" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Ia marriage 3 edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1836-1926''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10206/iowa-marriages-1836-1926?s=275764761 Iowa, Marriages, 1836 - 1926] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1809, so in the example below, we will paste the code between the entry of 1518 and the entry of 1838. It will look like the following:


  11. Ia marriage 3 code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Ia marriage 3 code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Iowa Marriages 1809-1992[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Iowa Marriages 1809-1992

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ia county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Marriage" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Ia marriage toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Marriage" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. 750px

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1809-1992''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-30192/iowa-marriages-1809-1992?s=275764761 Iowa, Marriages, 1809-1992] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1809, so in the example below, we will paste the code between the entry of 1518 and the entry of 1838. It will look like the following:


  11. Ia marriage 2 code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Ia marriage 2 code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Iowa Marriages 1880-1951[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Iowa Marriages 1880-1951

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Ia county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Marriage" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Ia marriage toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Marriage" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Ia marriage edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1880-1951''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/8823/ Iowa, Marriage Records, 1880-1951] at Ancestry.com ($) — index and images


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1880, so in the example below, we will paste the code below the entry of 1838. It will look like the following:


  11. Ia marriage code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Ia marriage code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Michigan Divorces[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Michigan Divorces Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Mi county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Divorce" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Mi divorce toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Mi divorce edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1897-1952''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/9092/ Michigan, Divorce Records, 1897-1952] at Ancestry.com ($) — index and images


  10. Paste the code in the text box. It should go under the {{MI Divorce Intro|Alcona}}. It will look like the following:


  11. Mi divorce code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Mi divorce code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Michigan Deaths[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Michigan Deaths

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Mi county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Death" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Mi death toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Mi death edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1867-1952''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/60872/ Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1952] at Ancestry.com ($) — index and images


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1867, so in the example below, we will paste the code between the entry of 1867 and the entry of 1875. It will look like the following:


  11. Mi death code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Mi death code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Michigan Marriages[edit | edit source]

Task Lists[edit | edit source]

Michigan Marriages Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Mi county task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Marriage" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Mi marriage in toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Marriage" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Mi marriage edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1867-1952''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/9093/ Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952] at Ancestry.com ($) — index and images


  10. Paste the code in chronological order. This collection begins in 1867, so in the example below, we will paste the code between the entry of 1820 and the entry of 1868. It will look like the following:


  11. Mi marriage code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Mi marriage code finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Texas Births[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Texas Births Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Texas county tax task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Births" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Tx births toc.png

  7. This will take you to the "Births" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Tx births edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1926-1995''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10008/texas-births-1926-1995?s=275764761 Texas Births, 1926 - 1995] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste it into the text box at the bottom of the code. It will look like the following:


  11. Tx births code pasted.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Tx births finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Texas Marriages and Divorces[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Texas County Marriages and Divorces

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Texas county tax task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Marriage" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Marriage in table of contents.png

  7. This will take you to the "Marriage" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Edit source marriage.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1966-2016''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10069/texas-marriages-divorces?utm_source=organic_blog&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=supersearch&tr_funnel=supersearch&tr_country=US&tr_creative=dec19secondhalf&utm_content=dec19secondhalf Texas Marriages and Divorces] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste it into the text box at the bottom of the code. It will look like the following:


  11. Pasted texas marriage code.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Finished marriage texas collections.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Scroll down to the Divorces section. It should be two below the Marriage section underneath Deaths.


  16. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.

  17. Divorces edit source button.png

  18. Paste the code into the text box at the bottom of the section. It will look like the following:

  19. Divorces code collection pasted.png

  20. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  21. Finished divorce code.png

  22. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  23. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Texas County Tax Rolls[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Texas County Tax Rolls Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Texas county tax task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Taxation" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Taxation in the table of contents.png

  7. This will take you to the "Taxation" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Updated taxation before.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1846-1910''' [https://search.findmypast.com/search-world-Records/texas-county-tax-rolls-1846-1910 Texas, County Tax Rolls 1846-1910] at findmypast ($) — index and images


  10. Paste it into the text box underneath the {{TX Tax Intro}}. It will look like the following:


  11. Copied code tax.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:


  13. Updated taxation finished.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Texas Marriages and Divorces[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Texas County Marriages and Divorces

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Texas county tax task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Marriage" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Marriage in table of contents.png

  7. This will take you to the "Marriage" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Edit source marriage.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1966-2016''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10069/texas-marriages-divorces?utm_source=organic_blog&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=supersearch&tr_funnel=supersearch&tr_country=US&tr_creative=dec19secondhalf&utm_content=dec19secondhalf Texas Marriages and Divorces] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste it into the text box at the bottom of the code. It will look like the following:


  11. Pasted texas marriage code.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Finished marriage texas collections.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Scroll down to the Divorces section. It should be two below the Marriage section underneath Deaths.


  16. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.

  17. Divorces edit source button.png

  18. Paste the code into the text box at the bottom of the section. It will look like the following:

  19. Divorces code collection pasted.png

  20. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  21. Finished divorce code.png

  22. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  23. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Pennsylvania Death Index[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Pennsylvania Death Index Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Pennsylvania task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Death" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Death in table of contents pennsylvania.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Edit source death pn.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1906-1964''' [https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10724/pennsylvania-death-index-1906-1964?utm_source=organic_blog&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=supersearch&tr_funnel=supersearch&tr_country=US&tr_creative=aug19historicalrecords&utm_content=aug19historicalrecords Pennsylvania Death Index, 1906-1964] at MyHeritage ($) — index


  10. Paste it into the text box at the bottom of the code. It will look like the following:


  11. Pasted code pn death.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. Finished code death pn.png

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


Kentucky Births[edit | edit source]

Kentucky Deaths[edit | edit source]

Kentucky Marriages[edit | edit source]

Maryland, Wills and Probate Records[edit | edit source]

Maryland, Index to Colonial Probate Records[edit | edit source]

New Hampshire, State and Federal Naturalization Records[edit | edit source]

New Jersey Death Index[edit | edit source]

New York City Death/Birth Index[edit | edit source]

Montana State Deaths[edit | edit source]

Task List[edit | edit source]

Montana State Deaths Task List

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the task list.


  2. Place your name by the county that you want to edit.


  3. Click on the link in the "County" column to take you to the page.


  4. Montana task list.png

  5. Once on the county pages, look for "Death" in the table of contents, click on that link.


  6. Montana death table of contents.png

  7. This will take you to the "Death" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.


  8. Montana death edit source.png

  9. Copy the following code:
    *'''1907-2016''' [https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/5437/ Montana, State Deaths, 1907-2016] at Ancestry.com ($) — index and images


  10. Paste it into the text box at the bottom of the code. It will look like the following:


  11. Montana death pasted code.png

  12. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:

  13. 750px

  14. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.


  15. Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.


New Jersey Vital Records[edit | edit source]

New York Birth Index[edit | edit source]