Citations make the content of a genealogical publication verifiable.
The occurrence of citations says something about the quality of the research process of the family tree researcher. The occurrence of citations says nothing about the quality of the citations, sources or content. Any source references in notes and images of records are not counted.
In this publication, 176,919 of the 186,633 personal pages are provided with 1 or more source references.
The overview below shows the sources, ordered by place of finding, on which the publication is (partly) based.