How do I have a record corrected when edit feature is disabled
My question refers to this record:
"South Africa, Dutch Reformed Church Registers (Cape Town Archives), 1660-1970 ", database with images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:6F9P-B8VB : 19 April 2022), Jacoba Linda Kask in entry for Roelof Jurgens Johannes Van Rooyen, 1977.
It states that the child Roelof Jurgens Johannes was baptised in Lorraine Port Elizabeth. This is incorrect as I was at said baptism and it was at the Dutch Reformed Church Mayfair West, Johannesburg. Roelof is my brother. We only moved to Port Elizabeth in 1981. He became a member of the Dutch Reformed Church in Lorraine Port Elizabeth when he was 17 in 1994. So somewhere someone got their lines crossed.
As proof what I say is true, our mother is Jacoba Linda van Rooyen (nee Kask). In South Africa there is only one Kask family, the descendants from my grandfather Viktor Kask. So there can only be one Jacoba Linda Kask.
After all that, how do I go about getting the record amended as clearly it's incorrect.
The image is not available, to me. When the record set is an index only, without images, there is no option to edit.2