I have read the QuickLesson 25 (many times) but I think I am really losing the plot today.
I am trying to cite a record found on FamilySearch, that has not been indexed, and is at this point of time, only found through browsable images. There is however, an ARK identifier that will lead directly to the image.
So far, this is what I have constructed:
Exeter, Devon, Diocesan Records, John Chave-Elizabeth Rowe, 1742; accessed as "England, Devon, Exeter diocesan records, marriage bonds and allegations, 1660-1905," browsable images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-XCHS-7X5 : 12 November 2019); FHL microfilm 4,339,785, image 15 of 58.
Should I use the ARK weblink or use with the catalogue details with way points. If I do the catalogue, there seems to be a lot of repetitive wording....
Thanks in advance for your opinion.