I'm trying to follow the example of the citation structure given in section EE 14.22 for citing images of Newspaper Articles, regardless of source, in order to introduce more regularity into the way I cite newspapers.
The Ancestry.com example is causing me some confusion, since there doesn't seem to be an, "Historic Newspaper Collection" on Ancestry.com and I believe one needs more than just the site name and URL to create a functional citation.
Would the following approach work, in order to make it a bit easier to locate the article?
(I should note that I am using "Free-form" citations in RootsMagic 7, which automatically adds a period to the end of every citation entry. I've also used the RM7 <I>...</I> syntax to cause a phrase to be be placed in italics and its terminology for the elements of the overall citation. Formatting this way facilitates cutting and pasting.)
Death announcement for Thomas Baird Murison, <i>Ottawa Journal</i>, 5 March 1958, p. 30, col. 2; image copy, <i>Ancestry</i> (https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/50019 : accessed 26 April 2019), “Ontario, Canada, The Ottawa Journal (Birth, Marriage and Death Notices), 1885-1980”
Death announcement for Thomas Baird Murison, <i>Ottawa Journal</i>, 5 March 1958
Canada. Ontario. <i>Ottawa Journal</i>, 1885–1980