Italy, Bari, Civil Registration, State Archive (FamilySearch Historical Records)/Known Issues
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Question #1: When I try to search this collection and view the images I get a message that the images are not available. How may I view the images?
Answer #1: FamilySearch has limited rights, granted by the record custodians, to publish images from the Italy, Bari, Civil Registration (State Archive), 1809-1908 collection for viewing online. Images for this collection are only available for viewing to members of the sponsoring organization (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), and at FamilySearch Centers. It is important to check with your FamilySearch Center before your visit, to verify that the center is equipped with the capability to view these restricted images on www.familysearch.org.
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Question #2: Even when I am signed in, I cannot always view images, but get a message that the images are not available. Is there a way to view these records?
Answer #2: Italian Data Privacy rules prohibit viewing the following records: All birth images must be 100 years or older; all marriage images must be 70 years or older, and all death images must be 70 years or older.
If any record on a digital folder contains images that fall within these cut-off dates, they may not be viewed. For example, if birth records that fall within the last 100 years are on the film, the entire digital folder is restricted.
The Historical Records collections will be updated each year to show new unrestricted records. FamilySearch respects and strives to adhere to all privacy laws respective to preserving and providing access to genealogical records in its collection.
Question #3: When I go to print or save an image, the buttons are gray and it will not let me either print or save. Is there a way I can print and/or download from this collection?
Answer #3: There is a no-print/no-save restriction with these collections at the request of the record custodians.
Question #4: When searching Italy, Bari, Civil Registration (State Archive), 1809-1908 > Bari > Altamura > Matrimoni 1857, I cannot find one of the pages of the index at the end of the collection. How can I find the page?
Answer #4: The page is missing from the collection. Images 263 and 264 are duplicates of the index, numbers 1-10, and image 265 is the index for numbers 34-53. The page for index numbers, 11-33, is missing from the film.
Question #5: Where can I find the missing record for Death records 34 and 35 in the city of Grumo in this collection?
Answer #5: This image is missing from the film. It may have been missing from the original collection or missed during filming.
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