How do I find an unindexed film?
I feel a bit stupid that I cannot answer this question myself. I am using FamilySearch already for a very long time, and so far I thought that there are only vital records, such as birth, marriage, death, and population registers. Now I found that there is more. The website states:
Records at the FamilySearch Library
The FamilySearch Library has many Dutch notarial records on microfilm. Most are from the provinces of Noord–Holland, Zuid–Holland, Utrecht, and Zeeland and are pre–1811 records. Check the FamilySearch Catalog under
NETHERLANDS, [PROVINCE] – NOTARIAL RECORDS
NETHERLANDS, [PROVINCE], [TOWN] – NOTARIAL RECORDS
Unfortunately, this seems not to work. I am looking for the notarial deeds of Jacob Spoor in Hazerswoude, a village in South Holland in the Netherlands. A few days ago I have browsed through the records at FamilySearch, but forgot to write down the link, and now I cannot find back the records.
Another example of my problem. This is a link to a (unindexed) record: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QHV-R32V-Q93L
It is in on film 008879470, Rechterlijk Archief Hazerswoude. If I do not have this link, how do I find which films can be browsed for the Rechterlijk Archief Hazerswoude?
Sounds like an elementary question, but I cannot solve it. Probably I missed something obvious. Any hints are highly appreciated.