Talk:Switzerland Church Records (FamilySearch Historical Records)/Known Issues

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Despite much back-and-forth with the actual record custodian for Bern church records (Staatsarchiv Bern) and some folks at familysearch.org, these images still remain inaccessible at the Family History Centers worldwide to registered non-LDS members despite assurances to the contrary.  
 
Despite much back-and-forth with the actual record custodian for Bern church records (Staatsarchiv Bern) and some folks at familysearch.org, these images still remain inaccessible at the Family History Centers worldwide to registered non-LDS members despite assurances to the contrary.  
  
Many registered non-LDS members that seek access to this collection are contributing volunteers helping with the global indexing project. It would be nice, if this could be resolved soon.
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Many registered non-LDS members that seek access to this collection are contributing volunteers helping with the global indexing project. It would be nice, if this could be resolved soon.  
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ANSWER: Thank you for bringing this to our attention. These records should be available at a FamilySearch Center. An engineering request has been issued to investigate the problem.<br>[[User:Tomwilde|Tomwilde]] 17:56, 21 March 2013 (UTC) {{helpme-helped}}

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Posted by: Guggisberg

Despite much back-and-forth with the actual record custodian for Bern church records (Staatsarchiv Bern) and some folks at familysearch.org, these images still remain inaccessible at the Family History Centers worldwide to registered non-LDS members despite assurances to the contrary.

Many registered non-LDS members that seek access to this collection are contributing volunteers helping with the global indexing project. It would be nice, if this could be resolved soon.


ANSWER: Thank you for bringing this to our attention. These records should be available at a FamilySearch Center. An engineering request has been issued to investigate the problem.
Tomwilde 17:56, 21 March 2013 (UTC)