Today, and on other day srecently, I've accessed "United States, Tennessee, Bedford", Court Records, and specifically, today, Chancery Court Minutes Books, reel number two - Feb 1846-Aug 1853 Sep 1854-Nov 1858.
I actually started to find what I'm looking for, which were court records involving an equity case that in one instance, listed the names of all the family members involved in this case.
These records had a camera for me to click on in order to access same. Today, Sunday Oct 24, 2021 I took a lunch break, and when I came back, discovered I could no longer access these records because a film reel was now in place of the accessible camera!!!!! I am totally dismayed because I was so close to finding what I was looking for.
Can you offer any explanation as to why this happened?
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I also experienced this glitch yesterday afternoon. The film I was paging through suddenly went "unavailable" and threw film reels at me in the catalog. I abandoned the task for a few hours and the glitch went away: when I returned in the evening, the cameras were back and the images were viewable.0