Some of the information I am accessing on Généalogie Québec is buried several levels down in a file structure within a portion of their site accessible via a "landing page" and path. It's not accessible by using something like their "LaFrance" database. The complexity of accessing the image makes me wonder how best to cite it, in order to ensure someone else can find it. As I have quite a number of similar instances, may I ask for some feedback on the following proposed citation?
Here is the raw access info:
Landing page: https://www.genealogiequebec.com/membership/en/fonds-drouin/REGISTRES
Subsequent path: > Québec > Registres non-catholiques 1760-1979 > Township of Clarendon (Church of England) > 1880 [decade] > 1886 [year of decade]
Should I assume that once on the landing page, a reader can use the following citation to locate the subject image, or do I need to be more explicit?
First Reference Note: Church of England (Clarendon, Quebec, Canada), non-catholic parish register, 1886, folio 79 verso (p. 157 [stamped]), baptism no. 16, Wilson (Eliza Sophia), born 24 January 1886, baptized 20 July 1886; image M122_37_0946 [JPG], in "Drouin Collection records © 2022", Drouin Institute, Généalogie Québec (https://www.genealogiequebec.com/membership/en/fonds-drouin/REGISTRES : downloaded 23 June 2022).
Subsequent Note: "Drouin Collection records © 2022", Church of England (Clarendon, P.Q., CA), parish register, 1886, fo. 79 v, baptism no. 16, Wilson (Eliza Sophia), born 24 January 1886, baptized 20 July 1886.
Source List: "Drouin Collection records © 2022". Browsable images. Drouin Institute. Généalogie Québec. https://www.genealogiequebec.com : 2022.