I have records attached to family members and they have disappeared! How do we locate the new ones? The Index Information and Record have been moved! This is so disappointing!
There is a major bug here in Communities that makes it so you cannot upload more than one image in a post. Otherwise none of them display properly. Fortunately, I had opened the first one in a separate tab before you came back and added the rest so I was able to save that image:
Also, fortunately, the image included the link to the web page for the source which, to type it out, is: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NP4X-136
Going to that web page, the site tries to load it for about five seconds or so then posts a message that there is a problem loading the page.
I suspect that this is just a server problem or connection problem. I'm not getting a message the source no longer exists and that is not what the source is saying either. Only that it can't be displayed right now. It might just be that the website is overwhelmed right now as it tends to be on Sundays.
The Indexed Information that is missing is not actually part of the source as seen in the image. The source just has a flag pointing to that information and every time you open the source the program has to go and find it. The program just can't find it right now.
Just, as it states, "Please try again later," as in tomorrow. I suspect things will be just fine.
This is strange. The record still refuses to load so there is a more complicated problem here. I hope this is not a record set which the owner of required FamilySearch to remove.
If I am in the right collection and have set up the search right: https://www.familysearch.org/search/record/results?count=20&q.givenName=Joan%2A&q.motherGivenName=anna%20maria&q.motherSurname=kaemer&q.surname=hochreu%2A&f.collectionId=1473000 , it appears that this record indeed does not exist anymore.
These indexes even if created by FamilySearch do still belong to the owner of the records, that is the government, church, or archive who holds them, and this would not be the first time the owner retracted permission to have them posted on FamilySearch.
I have seen this happen, and what I discovered in my cases is that the collections were reorganized into sub collections or something else happened. So, I just looked up the collection Deutschland, Geburten und Taufen 1558-1898, and found images are not available, it is only an index. Is this a change? That would certainly cause a record to not load if the URL was directly pointing to the image. If this is not a change, I suggest you search for her again. I found all kinds of records for Maria Anna Kaemer in that collection but since I don't know her dates, spouse, parents, etc, I can't tell which is the new URL for your source.
I tried, but I couldn't find one for her as the mother of Joannem Adamum Hochreuter. Can you @Gail Swihart Watson try again for @Nichole0617 if you are familiar with these German records? The set if for birth and deaths so I assumed Joannem was a child but maybe it is her husband.
Nichole0617 Please provide additional information. What is the full name of Maria's husband? What is the date of birth/christening of her child Joannem?
Or better yet, why don't you search that collection. Here is the link: FamilySearch Catalog: Germany births and baptisms = Deutschland, Geburten und Taufen : COLLECTION RECORD, 1558-1898 — FamilySearch.org