- Bibliography (Source List Entry):
Find a Grave Inc.. Find A Grave. Database and images. http://www.findagrave.com/ : 2009.
- Full footnote (First Reference Note):
Find a Grave Inc., Find A Grave, database and images (http://www.findagrave.com/ : accessed 1 April 2010), Ellen Jane Wilson (1849-1926) gravestone photograph, section 3, lot 28, Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana, photograph © John C. Anderson, 2010<; [CM]>.
- Short footnote (Subsequent Note):
Find a Grave Inc., Find A Grave, Ellen Jane Wilson (1849-1926) gravestone photograph, Kokomo, Howard Co., Ind.<; [CM]>.
Explanation of variations from Mills:
Since this template is a synthesis of several sources, "variations from Mills" is not an obvious concept. There are some comments that should be made, however.
- The template in EE does not include the name of the cemetery. The consensus of online discussions was that the name of the cemetery should be included.
- The EE template does not include any copyright information on the photographer. Again, the consensus was that this information should be included.
- This template does not include information on the person submitting the Find A Grave memorial. There was no consensus on whether or not this information should appear in this citation. Since one could argue that we are citing the digital image, the name of the person submitting the memorial might be considered unnecessary. As is, this template would work well for online sources other than Find A Grave.
- What information should be put in the [DATE] field in the bibliography is a little problematical, since there may be three possible years: the date the original database entry/memorial was posted; the date the photograph was posted; or the date the image was viewed.
- Note that [CD1] begins with the subject's name. This avoids capitalization problems if the order of elements in this template is ever changed. Mills begins with the type of document.
- This template uses [REPOSITORY] and [REPOSITORY ADDRESS] for the name of the website and its URL. This makes great sense for large websites like Find A Grave and Virtual Cemetery. If the image comes from a single-page website, this isn't an obvious choice. If you choose to change this to [WEBSITE] and [URL], you will need to create an alternate URL source element. There is a conflict between [URL] and [COUNTY].
- As presented, this template includes the word "County" as a word constant. You may want to delete that and enter County in the data field.
- All custom elements have already been created.