I have reviewed a "possible match" and there is an issue with the transcritpion (NOT the original document). What do I mean by that?
The marriage document indicates a John Jerman married a Mary Woosnam. Yet, whomever transcribed the document read the bride as Mary "Wood". I looked at the document and it clearly says Woosnam (in two locations within the marriage entry).
Query: How do I get the document reference changed from Mary Wood to Mary Woosnam? Is there someone from Family Search who can review the document to verify and make that change administratively?
My problem is if I attach it, the reference will indicate Wood instead of Woosnam, which could cause more confusion. I would really like the REFERENCE changed to reflect the correct information in the document. It seems that there is an unwritten law that once it is labelled it cannot be unlabelled without moving heaven and earth. There has to be a better way to mitigate transcription errors and have the resolved.
(If need be I will capture the image and post it in "memories" so that patrons using Family Search can also SEE the correct name. But it is too bad that it comes to that. There should be a mechanism in place to review and either confirm or correct transcriptions and document labels.)