I frequently see examples of Ancestry citations in which the website and original information appear as a single clause.
Recently, in citing collections on the Library and Archives Canada (LAC), I placed the information for the original item first, a semi-colon, then the information for the website material second. The following is an example.
Veterans Affairs (Canada), First World War Veterans Death Cards, un-indexed, alphabetical by last name, “Murison-Thomas-B”, died 5 March 1958; accessed as “Veterans Death Cards: First World War,” browsable images, Library and Archives Canada (http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/mass-digitized-archives/veterans-death-cards-ww1: downloaded 14 April 2019) > Morrison, B (group) > image 1235; Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Originals contained in 99 cabinet drawers of approximately 1,300 cards each. Each drawer digitized by LAC. First card in drawer is title of digitised card group.
I've never seen the above style used for citations for Ancestry and I'd really like to understand why.
I tried constructing a citation for my next citation of an Ancestry record according to what I've seen done for Ancestry (see below).
“Canada, Ocean Arrivals (Form 30A), 1919-1924,” database with images, Ancestry(https://search.ancestry.ca/search/db.aspx?dbid=1588: downloaded 16 April 2019)> McNeilly, J. H. To Naylor, William Henry > Mulock, Adele To Murphy, Rowland, images 3498 and 3499, S.S. Pretoria, [sailing from] Glasgow [on] Mar 31 1920, [arriving at] St. John [New Brunswick] [on] Apr 1 1920, p. 1, line 19, Class 2, Charles Murison; “Library and Archives Canada. Form 30A, 1919-1924 (Ocean Arrivals). Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, n.d. RG 76. Department of Employment and Immigration Fonts. Microfilm Reels: T-14939 to T-15248.” The online images of the noted collection at the Library and Archives Canada cites their location as being on microfilm reel T-15137.
Is there a reason I should change to this style for Ancestry citations? I not, how could I adjust this example to mimic the style I used for the LAC?