I tried citing an article on my grandfather, based on Evidence Explained, 3rd ed., sec. 14.22, p.808, “Newspaper Articles (Online Images).
Despite the collection name, it is more an article than an obituary. I used a 3-EM dash for the Author since there was no stated author. Unfortunately; the result doesn't appear to contain enough information to re-locate the article on Ancestry.
I'm trying to not only create such citations but also understand why they are constructed as they are. Could you comment on this? Do I need more info or is this somehow enough?
Source List Entry
Ontario.Ottawa.The Ottawa Journal, 6 March 1958.
First Reference Note
– – –, “Thomas B. Murison Civil Servant Dies,” The Ottawa Journal, 6 March 1958, p. 4, col. 1; image copy, Ancestry (https://search.ancestry.ca/search/db.aspx?dbid=50019: accessed 26 April 2019), “Ontario, Canada, The Ottawa Journal (Birth, Marriage and Death Notices), 1885-1980.”
– – –,“Thomas B. Murison Civil Servant Dies.”
It seems like it needs something else...
like the path: "> 1957-1958 > 1958-Mar-01 to 1958-Mar-31, image 147 of 1084"
and possibly even the source of source: microfilm number 464, Ottawa Journal Newspaper, date range 1957-1958, City of Ottawa Archive, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Note: Something tells me that I could/should preface the Source List Entry with "Canada," since I have a number of papers from other countries and would like the list to sort hierarchically.