Made a Surname correction to Census for Annie Combal.
Now I cannot pull her up in trying to attach the census.
I tried to do the search that you did and I discovered that I could not pull up the 1910 Census Record when I searched for Anna Combal as you did in your screen shot. I did find the correct census, however, when I changed the search to Annie Combal, but I could not pull up the details page but got an error message. When I click on the camera icon, however, I can pull up the image, and when I scroll down the indexed information, there is no mention of Annie or Anna Combal next to Jos Combal, which is where that information should be.
I have never seen this before when trying to correct records that have indexing errors.
You indicated that you made a surname change. What was the previous surname? It looked to me like it was a change in the first name from Anna to Annie since Anna was the name showing on the right from your original search. Could you share additional details about your search and the results?
@donmthomas, this appears to be a system problem. But, before I forward this to the engineers, I want to be sure that I understand the actions that you've taken.
You indicate that you made a correction to the record for Annie Combal, in the 1910 United States Census. However, when I examine the census, it looks like "Jos Combal" has been highlighted, suggesting that the change was made to his (Annie's husband) record and not Annie's.
Like you (I suspect), when I click the icon for Annie's record details page, I see an "Well, this is unexpected..." error. I cannot access her record details page from any starting point; and when I look at the husband's record details page, I do not see Annie listed as his wife, as I would expect.
If you would answer the above question for me, I will get this issue into the engineer's queue for their review and fix.
Thanks, I look forward to your response.
In correcting the surname to her husband the program ask if all should have the same surname. I then hit on the box for all to have the surname as her husband. Thinking about it, I guess that was a mistake since she is not showing a surname in the census. - Maybe not, she is showing her husbands surname in the index.
@donmthomas Thank you for reporting the disappearance of other household members after you edited a name in the 1910 US Census. We have reported the problem to our engineers for correction. We are not able to predict how long it will take for a correction to be in place. We apologize for the error.
While you wait for a correction, we suggest that you use the census image as your source. If you add it to your source box, you can then attach it to Annie as well as Jos from your source box. Here are links to Help Center articles that explain how to work with your source box.