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This page is created for the use of FamilySearch Historical Records personnel. It details problems identified within this collection and answers to those problems. If you wish to comment, scroll down and on the right-hand side of the screen choose Discussion to post your comment.

                           Known Issues

Question: Why can’t I view images, even after I have registered and signed in?

Answer: The England, Northumberland, Miscellaneous Records is a limited publication collection. FamilySearch has rights to publish images online to the following groups for this collection: Family History Library and FamilySearch Centers, LDS members, contributing organizations, and volunteers.

However, the programming that helps identify contributing organizations and volunteers is not currently written. Please be patient while FamilySearch works to expand the availability of records to these larger groups. 

 If you encounter additional problems with this collection, feel free to e-mail us at support@familysearch.org. Please include the following information:
○ The name of this collection.
○ If browsing this collection, please include the full path you followed to where the problem occurs. Example: England, Northumberland, Miscellaneous Records, 1705-1950 > Durham > Muggleswick > Burials, 1813-1902 (EP196-4) > Image 14 of 101.)
○ If you are reporting a technical issue, please include your operating system and browser version (i.e. Windows XP, Internet Explorer 8)

Click here to return to the Wiki Learn More page for the England, Northumberland, Miscellaneous Records, or click here to go to the England, Northumberland, Miscellaneous Records, 1705-1950 collection @ FamilySearch.org.


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