Possessive of a name that ends in X

Subject: Possessive of a name that ends in X
From: "Sigrid A. Schoepel" <sas -at- WIGGINS -dot- PENTATECHINC -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 12 Jul 1996 09:54:39 -0500

How would you punctuate a name that ends in X to make it possessive?


We've looked in The New York Public Library Writer's Guide (nothing close) and Chicago (6.19-6.20). We are still wondering, can anyone help?

Our conclusion thus far is to use Ajax's.

Sigrid Schoepel
Senior Technical Writer
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