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100  Main Entry--Personal Name  (NR)

Input Standards

Required if applicable/Required if applicable
1st Indicator  Type of personal name entry element
0 Forename
1 Surname
3 Family name
2nd Indicator  Undefined
blank character Undefined
Subfields (R=Repeatable  NR=Nonrepeatable) Input Standards
‡a Personal name (NR) Mandatory/Mandatory
‡b Numeration (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡c Titles and other words associated with a name (R) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡d Dates associated with a name (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡e Relator term (R) Optional/Optional
‡f Date of a work (NR) Optional/Optional
‡g Miscellaneous information (R) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡j Attribution qualifier (R) Optional/Optional
‡k Form subheading (R) Optional/Optional
‡l Language of a work (NR) Optional/Optional
‡n Number of part/section of a work (R) Optional/Optional
‡p Name of part/section of a work (R) Optional/Optional
‡q Fuller form of name (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡t Title of a work (NR) Optional/Optional
‡u Affiliation (NR) Optional/Optional
‡0 Authority record control number or standard number (R) Optional/Optional
‡4 Relator code (R) Optional/Optional

Definition

A personal name used as the preferred access point.

When field 100 has been used, other names requiring access points are contained in fields 700, 710, or 711.

For more information, see Personal Names--General Information.

1st Indicator

Type of personal name entry element. For information about the 1st indicator position, see Personal Names--General Information.

 
0

Forename

100 0   Bono, ‡d 1960- ‡e author.
 
1

Surname

100 1   Owens, Jesse, ǂd 1913-1980, ‡e author.
 
3

Family name

100 3   Thompson family ‡g (John Thompson, 1616-1696), ‡e author.

2nd Indicator

Undefined. For information about the 2nd indicator position, see Personal Names--General Information.

 
blank character

Undefined

Subfields

 
‡a Personal name

For information about subfield ‡a, see Personal Names--General Information.

100 0   M. L. R. S., ‡e author.
100 0   Aeneas, ‡c Tacticus, ‡d active 4th century B.C., ‡e author.
100 1   Jacquet de La Guerre, Elisabeth-Claude, ‡d 1665-1729, ‡e composer.
100 1   De la Motte-Haber, Helga, ‡d 1938- ‡e author.
100 1   Schaetzl, Randall J., ‡d 1957- ‡e author.
100 1   Kamp, Josephus Lodewijk Johannes van de, ‡e author.
100 1   Van de Kamp, Peter, ‡d 1901-1995, ‡e author.
100 1   Stevens, Austin James, ‡e author.
100 1   Casares y Rodrigo, Antonio, ǂd 1812-1888, ‡e author.
100 1   Ramírez de la O., Rogelio, ‡e author.
100 1   Garrett, C. L. ‡q (Christine Lorraine), ‡e author.
100 1   Cuevas Aguirre y Espinosa, Joseph Francisco de, ‡e author.
100 3   Platt (Family : ‡g Platt, William Lester, 1885-1949), ‡e author.
100 3   Carroll (Family : ‡g Carroll, Charles N. (Charles Negus), 1817-1902), ‡e compiler.
‡b Numeration

For information about subfield ‡b, see Personal Names--General Information.

100 0   Henry ‡b VIII, ‡c King of England, ‡d 1491-1547, ‡e author.
100 0   Charles ‡b X Gustav, ‡c King of Sweden, ‡d 1622-1660, ‡e author.
100 0   John Paul ‡b II, ‡c Pope, ‡d 1920-2005, ‡e author.
100 0   Alfonso ‡b X, ‡c King of Castile and Leon, ‡d 1221-1284, ‡e author.
100 0   Haakon ‡b IV Haakonsson, ‡c King of Norway, ‡d 1204-1263, ‡e author.
‡c Titles and other words associated with a name

For information about subfield ‡c, see Personal Names--General Information.

100 0   Anselm, ‡c of Aosta, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, ‡d 1033-1109, ‡e author.
100 0   Esmeralda, ‡c Princess, daughter of Léopold III, King of the Belgians, ‡d 1956- ‡e author.
100 0   Joseph ‡c (Nez Percé Chief), ‡d 1840-1904, ‡e author.
100   Poppaea Sabina, ‡c Empress, consort of Nero, Emperor of Rome, ‡d -65 ‡c (Spirit), ‡e author.
[Subfield ‡c is repeated due to intervening subelements]
100 1   Davis, Rebecca ‡c (Writer on music), ‡e author.
100 1   Jones, Carey ‡c (Personal chef), ‡e author.
100 1   Cooper, ‡c Mrs. ‡q (Elizabeth), ‡d active 1737, ‡e author.
100 1   Staël, ‡c Madame de ‡q (Anne-Louise-Germaine), ‡d 1766-1817, ‡e author.
100 1   Kames, Henry Home, ‡c Lord, ‡d 1696-1782, ‡e author.
100 1   Wilks, Paul A., ‡c Jr., ‡d 1923-2008, ‡e interviewee.
100 1   Cornford, Stephen ‡c (Artist), ‡e composer.
‡d Dates associated with a name

For information about subfield ‡d, see Personal Names--General Information.

100 0   Jacques, ‡c de Liège, ‡d approximately 1260-approximately 1330, ‡e author.
100 0   Ovid, ‡d 43 B.C.-17 A.D. or 18 A.D., ‡e author.
100 0   Giovanni, ‡c Diacono, ‡d active 11th century, ‡e author.
100 0   Pirî Reis, ‡d -1554?, ‡e author, ‡e cartographer.
100 1   Ibn al-Abzāzī, Aḥmad ibn Jaʻfar, ‡d 1106 or 1107-1173 or 1174, ‡e author.
100 1   Apollodorus, ‡c Pergamenus, ‡d 104 B.C.-22 B.C., ‡e author.
100 1   Johnson, Carl F., ‡d active 1893-1896, ‡e author.
100 1   Gramont, Scipion de, ‡c sieur de Saint Germain, ‡d -approximately 1638, ‡e author.
100 1   Smith, Roger J. ‡q (Roger John), ‡d 1948- ‡e author.
100 1   Hullah, John, ‡d 1812-1884, ‡e composer.
100 1   Williams, John, ǂd 1928 February 25- ‡e author.
100 1   Williams, John, ǂd 1928 November 23- ‡e author.
100 1   Wansharīsī, Aḥmad ibn Yaḥyá, ‡d 1430 or 1431-1508, ‡e author.
100 1   Qārī al-Harawī, ʻAlī ibn Sulṭān Muḥammad, ‡d -1605 or 1606, ‡e author.
‡e Relator term

For information about subfield ‡e, see Personal Names--General Information.

100 1   Fitzgerald-Jones, Sandra, ‡d 1938- ‡e interviewer.
100 1   Taglioni, Paul, ‡d 1808-1884, ‡e choreographer.
100 1   Green, Katie ‡c (Illustrator), ‡e artist, ‡e author.
100 1   Bleeker, Mirjam, ‡e photographer.
100 1   Kumar, Sumit ‡c (Artist), ‡e artist.
100 1   Kāmarāna, Māhabuba ‡c (Illustrator), ‡e author.
100 1   Fecht, Johannes, ‡d 1636-1716, ‡e praeses.
100 1   Martínez, Carlos, ‡e architect.
‡f Date of a work

For information about subfield ‡f, see Preferred Titles--General Information. Subfield ‡f is unlikely to be used in field 100.

‡g Miscellaneous information

For information about subfield ‡g, see Personal Names--General Information. Subfield ‡g is most commonly used with family names in field 100.

100 3   Bale (Family : ‡g Bale, Edward Turner, 1810-1849), ‡e author.
‡j Attribution qualifier

For information about subfield ‡j, see Personal Names--General Information. Subfield ‡j is used infrequently in field 100.

100 0   E. S., ‡c Meister, ‡d active 15th century, ‡j Follower of.
[Formulated according to the description guidelines of Cataloging cultural objects]
‡k Form subheading

For information about subfield ‡k, see Preferred Titles--General Information. Subfield ‡k is unlikely to be used in field 100.

‡l Language of a work

For information about subfield ‡l, see Preferred Titles--General Information. Subfield ‡l is unlikely to be used in field 100.

‡n Number of part/section of a work

For information about subfield ‡n, see Preferred Titles--General Information. Subfield ‡n is unlikely to be used in field 100.

‡p Name of part/section of a work

For information about subfield ‡p, see Preferred Titles--General Information. Subfield ‡p is unlikely to be used in field 100.

‡q Fuller form of name

For information about subfield ‡q, see Personal Names--General Information.

100 0   J. H. G. ‡q (J. H. Gourdoux-Daux), ‡e author.
100 1   Chapin, Howard M. ‡q (Howard Millar), ‡d 1887-1940, ‡e compiler.
100 1   Brown, William ǂq (William Ira), ‡e author.
100 1   Guthrie, ‡c Mrs. ‡q (Katharine Blanche), ‡e author.
100 1   Fowler, W. Warde ‡q (William Warde), ‡d 1847-1921, ‡e author.
100 1   Rustad, Martha E. H. ‡q (Martha Elizabeth Hillman), ‡d 1975- ‡e author.
‡t Title of a work

For information about subfield ‡t, see Preferred Titles--General Information. Subfield ‡t is unlikely to be used in field 100.

‡u Affiliation

For information about subfield ‡u, see Personal Names--General Information. Subfield ‡u is most commonly used for technical reports in field 100.

100 1   Brown, B. F. ‡u Chemistry Dept., American University
‡0 Authority record control number or standard number

For information about subfield ‡0, see Control Subfields.

‡4 Relator code

For information about subfield ‡4, see Control Subfields.

100 1   Presthus, Robert Vance, ‡e author. ǂ4 aut
100 1   Lous, Christian Carl, ‡d 1724-1804, ‡e cartographer. ‡4 ctg
100 1   Exner, Ivan, ‡d 1960- ‡e artist, ‡e designer. ‡4 art ‡4 dsr

Punctuation

For information about punctuation, see Personal Names--General Information.

Indexing

For indexing and searching information, see Searching WorldCat Indexes, field 100.

This page last revised: March 15, 2016