1) On Massachusetts Town Clerk, Vital, and Town Records on FamilySearch (28 September 2012):
* Geolover asked: "As for your citation, when getting the image data from a microfilm collection, wouldn't the microfilm number be a requisite element?
"You say Ancestry.com does not have Sudbury images "yet." Are you sure that the selective microfilm collection they've uploaded included this?"
"As a test, I created a group for individuals who had any fact place containing "Los Angeles" AND any fact source that "does not exist" using dropdown menus using Find in the Select People option. I then ran a list individuals report to display facts sorted by person. See "Working with Groups" in the help section for more info."
My response: Ah, create a group! Is that the key? I will try it. Thanks!
"OR: You can < filter out "Sudbury, Suffolk, England"
"A real benefit of putting Place Names into the PNA authority format."
"(1) If necessary, clear any previous tagging you've done. (2) From the Location list, tag everyone with a Sudbury, Mass. location.
(3) Go to the Search menu and click on the Missing Sources tab.
Check what type of Missing Source list you want (I'd guess Anything might be your best bet, but you might want a list of only Birth data, or only Death data, etc.)
(4) Click on Create List. This will give you a list of everyone in your database with Missing Sources, but notice that some of them (the ones with a Sudbury location) will be Tagged.
(5) Click on the Search button at the bottom of the list, choose Show All Tagged, then Tag 1 individuals. This will convert your list of people with missing sources to only those people with Sudbury locations.
(6) Click the Print button at the bottom of the list, and choose the options you want from the various tabs. For example, on Row 1 you might want to print the birth and death data, or only the burial data, etc.
From there, you can click Preview, Print, or Save as per usual."