Birth indexed for 1868 in Szeged, Hungary
The whole 1868 is incorrectly indexed as 1867.
The indexed cannot read Hungarian. Takes "Nő" as male, although it means female.
Josepha is mistaken as Josephus. Many other errors. Terrible indexing quality.
Please, always use for indexing those who can understand at least basic Hungarian and Latin.
Great suggestion - if 20% of a published index/Project can be demonstrated as incorrect then the Project should be flagged for reindexing. Editing through the published index is more time consuming than just reindexing the problem records. The problem with this idea is that I don't know if Familysearch retains the Project dataset in readiness for reindexing. Also reindexing would need approval of the Project Administration.0