Citing this Record
"Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.11/VF9X-W#T : accessed 08 Sep 2013), Christian Gerner and Amanda Daubenspeck, 1886.
This information is helpful and I especially like the fact that it gives me a direct link to the image of the record, but it doesn't tell me which county. To my way of thinking, it only gives me the title of the collection in FamilySearch, not the title of the source.
I can go back one screen and look at the indexing information (shown below) but I still don't have the title of the record where this document was originally recorded.
I can easily move within the online book/image collection by typing a number in that image number box. If I type "1" it will take me to the beginning of the book where, hopefully, I will be able to find a title. It will probably not be at image 1, but by image 3 or 4, I should see a title.
In this case, at image 3 I found the title which had been typed when the microfilm was originally made. That was good, but I thought I should be able to see the title page or cover of the actual book, so I moved ahead another page or two.
At image 5 there was a photograph of the cover of the docket book from which the image had come.
I feel much happier using "Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Marriage License Docket 3" or some variation of that instead of "Pennsylvania, County Marriages" as the title of my source.
Of course I also include the citation information provided by FamilySearch, including the direct link, in my documentation.
Am I being too particular? I don't think so. It's important to me to know where the record was created and recorded, know the physical location of the actual source, as well as being able to find it online.