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Yes, that is what I’d do. I consider the name in quotes to be an alternate (a.k.a. variant), not part of the preferred name.

Bob

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Subject: Names including an alternate name in quotes

I can't find any guidance for dealing with a name that appears in source as, in this instance,  XJ 'George' Bailey.  Perhaps Bailey, XJ with a 400 for Bailey, George?

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