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Known Issues

'Question #1: Batch C50764-1 is associated with a wrong Film number 131701, court records from Sweden. Can you tell me the correct Film Number for this batch?
Answer #1': The correct Film Number for Batch C50764-1 is Film number 13701: Index to the register of births, marriages and deaths in Zion German Lutheran Church, Baltimore, Maryland, 1784-1855. You may order a microfilm copy of Film 13701 into a nearby FamilySearch Center for viewing. Click on the link for Ordering Microfilm or Microfiche.

Question #2: Christening records from Batch C50770-1 with dates from 1742-1810 could not have originated from Film Number: 13934. What is the correct film number?
Answer #2: The correct film number for christening records between 1742-1810, including some 1811 records, from Batch C50770-1 is Film 13933. In addition, all the records from Batch C50770-1 are from Frederick, Frederick, Maryland, not Zmiddletown, Middletown, Frederick, Maryland as currently specified in the record detail pages.

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