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== <center>Known Issues</center> ==
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== <center>Known Issues</center> ==
  
'''Question #1''': When searching in Illinois there are five waypoints for McClean County. There is no McClean County in Illinois, what county should this be?<br>'''Answer #1''': McClean County should read McLean County.
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'''Question #1''': When searching in '''Illinois''' there are five waypoints for McClean County. There is no McClean County in Illinois, what county should this be?<br>'''Answer #1''': McClean County should read McLean County.  
  
'''Question #2''': Where can I find the registration cards for the city of Springfield?<br>'''Answer #2''': The images for Springfield City have been mislabeled as Springfield County. They are found in the waypoints Missouri &gt; Springfield County; A-Mobberly, Henry P and Missouri &gt; Springfield County; Moch, Arba E.-Z.
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'''Question #2''': Can you help me locate the records for Baltimore City no 16; A-G in '''Maryland'''?<br>'''Answer #2''': The browse point has been spelled incorrectly causing it to be out of order. These records are located in a browse point titled Batlimore City no 16; A-G.<br>
  
If you encounter additional problems with this collection, feel free to report them at [mailto:support@familysearch.org support@familysearch.org]. Please include the following information:  
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'''Question #3''': I am looking for an ancestor from '''Minnesota '''who doesn’t appear in that state. Are there any additional cards from '''Minnesota'''?<br>'''Answer #3''': Yes, there is a series of cards from Minnesota that appear to have been misfiled with Mississippi cards. They can be located on images 40-96 in the '''Mississippi''' &gt; Marshall County; A-Z browse point.
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'''Question #4''': Where can I find the registration cards for the city of Springfield, '''Missouri'''?<br>'''Answer #4''': The images for Springfield City have been mislabeled as Springfield County. They are found in the waypoints Missouri &gt; Springfield County; A-Mobberly, Henry P and Missouri &gt; Springfield County; Moch, Arba E.-Z.
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'''Question #5''': Where can I find the records for Grady County in '''Oklahoma'''?<br>'''Answer #5:''' Grady County has been incorrectly labeled Grandy County. You may find Grady County records in the waypoints labeled as Grandy.<br>
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'''Question #6''': I can’t locate an ancestor who should have registered in Giles County, '''Virginia'''. Are there records missing from there?<br>'''Answer #6''': DGS 5153688 has records from both Frederick County and Giles County. The Giles County records were inadvertently indexed as being from Frederick County. Images 1-3947 in the Virginia&gt;Frederick County; A-Z waypoint are from Frederick County. Images 3948-5645 are from Giles County.
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'''Question #7''': Where are the records for registrants from the city of Madison, '''Wisconsin'''?<br>'''Answer #7''': Although the city of Madison is located in Dane County, World War I draft registration cards from there have been incorrectly indexed from Madison County, '''Wisconsin'''. There is no Madison County in '''Wisconsin'''.
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'''Question #8''': Can you verify the correct spelling of Trempeauleau County, '''Wisconsin'''?<br>'''Answer #8''': The correct spelling for this county is Trempealeau.<br>
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Revision as of 22:49, 2 October 2013



Known Issues

Question #1: When searching in Illinois there are five waypoints for McClean County. There is no McClean County in Illinois, what county should this be?
Answer #1: McClean County should read McLean County.

Question #2: Can you help me locate the records for Baltimore City no 16; A-G in Maryland?
Answer #2: The browse point has been spelled incorrectly causing it to be out of order. These records are located in a browse point titled Batlimore City no 16; A-G.

Question #3: I am looking for an ancestor from Minnesota who doesn’t appear in that state. Are there any additional cards from Minnesota?
Answer #3: Yes, there is a series of cards from Minnesota that appear to have been misfiled with Mississippi cards. They can be located on images 40-96 in the Mississippi > Marshall County; A-Z browse point.

Question #4: Where can I find the registration cards for the city of Springfield, Missouri?
Answer #4: The images for Springfield City have been mislabeled as Springfield County. They are found in the waypoints Missouri > Springfield County; A-Mobberly, Henry P and Missouri > Springfield County; Moch, Arba E.-Z.

Question #5: Where can I find the records for Grady County in Oklahoma?
Answer #5: Grady County has been incorrectly labeled Grandy County. You may find Grady County records in the waypoints labeled as Grandy.

Question #6: I can’t locate an ancestor who should have registered in Giles County, Virginia. Are there records missing from there?
Answer #6: DGS 5153688 has records from both Frederick County and Giles County. The Giles County records were inadvertently indexed as being from Frederick County. Images 1-3947 in the Virginia>Frederick County; A-Z waypoint are from Frederick County. Images 3948-5645 are from Giles County.

Question #7: Where are the records for registrants from the city of Madison, Wisconsin?
Answer #7: Although the city of Madison is located in Dane County, World War I draft registration cards from there have been incorrectly indexed from Madison County, Wisconsin. There is no Madison County in Wisconsin.

Question #8: Can you verify the correct spelling of Trempeauleau County, Wisconsin?
Answer #8: The correct spelling for this county is Trempealeau.


If you encounter additional problems with this collection, feel free to report them at support@familysearch.org. Please include the following information:

  • If searching a specific collection: please include the name of the collection; include all search criteria used, including name, event, dates and places.
  • If browsing this collection: please include the full path you followed to where the problem occurred. The browse path is located above the Image viewer window.
    For example: United States, World War I Draft Regstration Cards, 1917-1918>Illinois>Chicago City no 2; A-Mc.> Image 1001 of 5311.
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