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Known Issues

Question #1: There are errors in some Surname Range titles. What are the correct ranges?
Answer #1

Incorrect Range Correct Range
Mdc-Mcdo McD-Mcdo
Mcder-Mcgim McDr-McGim

Question #2: The surname range McB-McCarthy H. appears to be missing from the collection. Where can I find those images?
Answer #2: The surname range McB-McCarthy has been misplaced alphabetically in the collection. You will find in down 2 groups, following the surname range McCo-McCy.

Question #3: The images in the surname range Ken-Kerp begin with Kerp. Where are the images from Ken-Ker?
Answer #3: The images in the surname range Ken-Kerp were filmed in reverse order and were therefore loaded in reverse order. The Ken images begin at the end of the grouping and searching can be done in reverse order.

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