Citation Issues

Citing a Copy of Certificate of Birth from another state

Many of my family members have vital records in the town of Enfield, Connecticut. Often the event occurred in Springfield, Massachusetts because the nearest hospital was located there. A record copy was provided to the town of Enfield where the families lived, and where I’ve gathered all my information. They state: COPY OF CERTIFICATE OF BIRTH using the certificate template provided to the town of Springfield.

Layered citation for Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records on American Ancestors

I am new to creating source citations.  I'm using RootsMagic 7's Master Sources and Source Details templates.  

I  will have many citations from NEHGS's Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records database with images on American Ancestors.  Before I move forward with citing the many records I will eventually find in this database I would like to know if I am on the right track with the citations below I have created for my grandfather's record.

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Sequencing record group, sub group, and individual record

I have a question when creating a citation for a record from a deed book that is part of a larger record group from FamilySearch then from courthouse records. I am critiquing a citations for my ProGen class and wanted a clearer understanding of how to list a record from a larger group to a subgroup to the specific item. I was rereading your book on pages 557-558. I think I been doing it backwards.

 

Probate Citation

I seem to be confusing myself with this citation. I am trying to cite an online image of a probate paper which is part of a packet. The probate took place in Blenheim, NZ and it is currently held at the Archives of New Zealand in Wellington. I am not sure if I need to record where the event took place and where to put it or if I should just record where it is currently being held. Does this work?

city directory

Just when I thought I understood citing my sources, I come across information about city directories and discover that I really don't have a clue as to what I am doing. Help is needed please as I try cleaning up my citations. I am struggling with the below citation. How do I communicate that I was searching the Allen County Genealogy Society webpage and through a link was directed to the Internet Archive webpage to view an image of this particular directory? I believe I have cited the image and then the website, but the source of the source is where I get confused.

Kentucky minister's return to clerk of court

I have a document from a client which appears to be a minister's return from a priest to the Jefferson County, KY court certifying the marriage of Edward Whalen to Mary Karlin on 18 December 1918.  In looking through Evidence Explained, I cannot find an example of such a document.  I'm not even sure of what to call the document!  Attached is a photo of what the client characterizes as an original document in her possession.  What form should a citation to this document take?  What is the document, exactly?  Thanks for any help.