Citation Issues

Layered citation for FamilySearch images

I'm trying to create a citation for an entry found in a marriage register from St. Stanislaus Church in Newark, New Jersey.   Despite reading through the QuickLessons and this forum, I'm still a bit stumped on the most appropriate format.  

Here's what I've got so far:

Layer 1: St. Stanislaus Roman Catholic Church (Newark New Jersey), Parish Registers, 1889-1919, Matrimoniorum Registrum [Marriage Register],1907-1919, Pg. 50, Michaelem Roskaz and Mariam Jung, 05 February 1908; 

Quotation marks, newspaper clipping/ newsletter clipping.

Dear EE,

Punctuation has always been my Achilles heel. Faced with a punctuation question I will try to find an answer using Google. This time I was not successful. I have the attached newsletter clipping to cite. The clipping is from a newsletter, The Rose of St. Therese the exact issue and date are unknown but the article tells me that it was published in the summer of 1986. 

QuickLesson 25: ARKs, PALs, Paths & Waypoints

Dear Editor,

I have read the QuickLesson 25 (many times) but I think I am really losing the plot today.

I am trying to cite a record found on FamilySearch, that has not been indexed, and is at this point of time, only found through browsable images. There is however, an ARK identifier that will lead directly to the image.

So far, this is what I have constructed:

Question regarding "Citing what one sees"

Dear Editor;

I'm a little uncomfortable with the "Citing what one sees" principle since I've just started to work with the 1841 English Census and it is a bit "unusual." There isn't a great amount of information present in the image itself and I am a bit concerned that it's enough for an adequate citation.

Layering Citations

I'm trying to layer a reference note citation for an entry in a parish register from Ancestry. 

If I go by QuickLesson 19, I get a citation like this:

"Manchester, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1930," database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.ca : accessed 10 November 2019); database entry for Garner-Barton marriage, 25 January 1902, Heaton Norris, England; citing reference GB127.C23/1/2/5.

 If I go by EE 7.38, I get a citation like this:

City Directories - sections

How would I approach citing an entry for a person in a city directory that appears in multiple sections - ie: an Alphabetical Listing and a Street and Avenue Guide, where the page numbers start over in each section?

I started the citation like this - but am not sure where to add where the person appears in the Street and Avenue Guide.

Citing an online imaged newspaper engagement notice

Dear Editor;

After reading sec. 14.22 on "Newspaper Articles (Online Images)," I'm still a bit concerned that I've missed something. The engagement notice, for which I'm trying to craft a citation, doesn't really have a title or author. So, I've tried to use the available rules and examples as a guide. I've also utilized what I've learned to date regarding multi-layer citations. 

I wonder if the following appears to be correct?

Transcription (from the downloaded image)

Personnel Records of the First World War at Library and Archives Canada

I'm writing reference notes for a blog post for Remembrance Day. I want to 1) reference an ancestor's specific military file on Library and Archives Canada, and 2) point visitors to the database on LAC

First Full Reference note for these:

1) "Personnel Records of the First World War," database with images, Library and Archives Canada, Military Heritage, digitized service file for George MacBean (http://central.bac-lac.gc.ca/.item/?op=pdf&app=CEF&id=B6589-S039: accessed 31 October 2019); citing RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6589 - 39: 144519.

Appendix or Attachments

Hopefully you can add your thoughts on this, especially as it relates to client reports.

I cannot find in CMOS an item that references attachments, only appendices.  In a research report to a client, should they be called Appendices? Is each image a separate appendix? Or can you place all under Appendix A (for example)?

Also is it best to mention an appendix in the written portion or should one use a footnote and state in the footnote, See Appendix A?  Or is there another best practice method when using them?