Is It Possible . . .
I have used information from FamilySearch records to trace my ancestry back 29 generations to 992 AD. I followed on the paternal line of ancestry for this list. Of course, we cannot know the accuracy of this information; however, I would like to use the results of my searches on a web page I am developing. I would like to make a simple list of names, dates of births and deaths, marriage dates and the record reference IDs (I think that's what they are) associated with each name on Family Search. (I drew a box around the number in the screenshot below.) I did not record those record reference IDs (if that's what they are) as I recorded my work.
Is there an easier way to capture those IDs, associated with each individual, without going back through the records and typing them? I found that I could not copy and paste the values. I am almost certain to make typographical errors if I have to type them. That and reducing the work required to capture the information are what raised this question.