I'd like to report that entries are formated wrong, starting page 301-392
Film # 007947669
I think what you're saying is that the indexing of these marriage records is full of errors. This is true, but understandable: they're incredibly messily written. For example, I can just about make out the officiant (Joannes Berkovski) and the witnesses (Mathias Kaczorowski, Casimirus ?ignon) for the first entry on image 301 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSZR-DS3Q-L), but I cannot for the life of me figure out who actually got married.
This is not a correctable index, and there is nobody at FamilySearch who can make these sorts of corrections, either, so the best advice I can offer is to ignore it. The index is not the data, after all; it is merely supposed to be a finding aid for the data. If the finding aid is faulty, you'll just have to do the finding the old-fashioned way: by browsing through the images.
I am not connected with FamilySearch
Perhaps it would be helpful. to those who potentially may need to make programming changes if you give more details of what you mean by "formated wrong". As a reader of your post, I don't have any idea of the problem.
Also, for FS moderators, as these records have been released, this does not appear to be a matter for Indexing Help. and should be moved to a different category.
Sorry I thought it was clear. He's his own father, and married his mother? It's missing spouse section, it reads more like a baptism... Thus when I search for spouse, or put in the correct parents names it wont show up. Is there a better category you can think of? Search maybe?
No i'm not saying that. I'm saying they simply don't even have a column for spouse. the two people being married are listed as PARENTS, like a baptism record. That's an error on familysearch end, not the film.
Look at the bottom indexes when viewing an image, says event type, name (of only one person) then parents. But they are inputting the spouses names as parents.
I can find records fine by looking through each page and every parish in the country fine...But not everyone else can. Should I stop correcting bad indexes because -I- can read them and no one else needs to?