General indexes are listed separately, appearing immediately after the record or records
to which they apply, so it has not been deemed necessary to refer to them in the record entry.
Finally, each entry will show the location of the records included in the series and any
microfilm copies that may exist. For the sake of convenience, the following abbreviations are
used: C. H. for Courthouse, which means the record is still in custody of the creating agency,
L. 0. for Land Office and H. R. for Hall of Records. Thus the simple notation "C. H." means
the entire record is at the Courthouse. If part of the record is at the Courthouse while the
earlier volumes have been transferred to the Hall of Records, this may be shown in the follow-
ing manner: "C. H. 1851--. H. R. 1774-1850."
No attempt is made to differentiate between the original record and paper copies whether
handwritten, typewritten or photostat, but the dates of microfilm copies are listed separately.
Thus an entry such as the following "C. H. 1707-88, 1818-; 1788-1818, microfilm. L. 0.
1949-, microfilm. H. R. 1707-1818; 1707-1949, microfilm." shows that the creating agency has
paper copies for 1707-88 and 1818 to date and microfilm copies for 1788-1818; the Land Office
has microfilm copies from 1949 to date; and the Hall of Records has paper copies for 1707-1818
and microfilm copies for 1707-1949.