I present my attempt at citing a transcription of church records found at USGenWeb. The models that seem to apply are a website as a book with multiple chapters and transcribed bible pages online (EE p. 126-28). I chose to use the author as the lead element. Using the creator of the record seems problematic since we have no image of what the author used, its location, or if it's a bound volume, loose papers, or even the actual title of anything.
Karen Groce, “Drew Co, AR-Manuscript of the Minutes of the Old Florence Church,” (1997), record transcriptions; The USGenWeb Project (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ar/drew/churches/florence.txt : accessed 27 November 2022) > Arkansas > Drew County > Church Records > Minutes of the Old Florence Church; citing miscellaneous "Old Florence Church" minutes, 1847-1880; submitted to USGenWeb on 9 Aug 2001.
Layer 1: cites the author of the transcription, the title that appears at the top of the page, and 1997 is the year found at the bottom as her copyright. Layer 2: the website, the URL and access date, and the waypoints to find the record. Layer 3: source of the source can be inferred from the contents but we have to use the information that Karen provides since we cannot see if for ourselves. Layer 4: I added this because I feel like it's important but I don't know where it would go.
Thank you for your guidance.