I am delving into Quebec Notarial records for the first time, and am fascinated by the treasure trove of knowledge they've been providing. Truly breathing some flesh on my ancestors' skeletons of names, dates, and places.
That being said, I am trying to craft these citations to best reflect the fact that the image was viewed online, and in the case of FamilySearch among browsable images.
The basic citation used in my research notes has been something like this:
# Iberville, Québec, Actes de notaire, Jean-Ubald Tremblay, 1851-1892, dossier no. 3394, marriage contract, Gédéon Patenaude and Osite Gamache, 24 June 1862; accessed as “Actes de notaire, 1851-1892,” browsable images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS5X-ZSGY-Q : 12 March 2019) > Film # 008272640 > (beginning at) Image 1711 of 3205.
It seems necessary to add a third layer to this, but the format I've come up with doesn't seem quite right, and I can't help but view as bulky. In this case, what I've come up with looks like this:
Digital Filming Number (DGS) 8272640, microfilm 2372699, filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah: 2004, citing originals in Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Montréal.
I've included the DGS as that seems to be what I'm actually viewing, and am also wondering if it is redundant to also include the microfilm number?
Any suggestions or comments would be greatly appreciated!