I found a probate packet related to the Sale of Real Estate from 1841 on Ancestry. It contains several documents and I'd like to cite each of them separately but I am not exactly sure I know how to make I show that it's part of a packet. I looked at 10.31 and 10.33 for inspiration and if I understand it correctly I would name the packet first and then the document of interest.
The packet doesn't contain a case file number or anything like that so I don't know if I should cite the titles exactly or if I should use generic description. In this case I wound up doing both, but I couldn't tell you if I got it right. Am I missing anything here?
Queens County, New York, "In the Matter of the Real Estate of Nathaniel Rider, Deceased, Petition for Sale," Appointment of Guardian, 27 May 1841; imaged in "New York, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1659-1999," Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com : accessed 6 June 2021) > Queens > Sales of Real Estate, 1834-1842 > images 376-377 of 472; citing " New York, Queens County, Sale of Real Estate Records; Author: New York. Surrogate's Court (Queens County); Probate Place: Queens, New York."