How to access a particular microfilm, Number 069362, or equivalent digital version.
Hi - I'm entirely new in this discussion forum and am perhaps being lazy, but I expect this will be the quickest way to get an answer. I did voluminous research back in the early 1990's at Family History Libraries, mostly the big one in Silver Spring MD. My work resulted in a family history book, which I published in 1993, then haven't done much research until now, with the idea of doing a second (850th anniversary) edition of the book.
I did donate a copy of the book to LDS Family History library and they microfilmed it, but it became unavailable long ago because the book lists loads of information about still-living people (including myself). Image of the cover attached.
So back in the early '90's at LDS family history centers, we used to be able to request microfilms to be kept there for extended periods, and there was one particular microfilm of a German church book that I found had dozens of ancestor listings. Unfortunately I did not make paper copies of most of the entries relevant to my family. It would have been too expensive for my limited resources back then.
So now, after a 30-year hiatus, I'm hoping to regain access to this particular microfilm and/or perhaps its digitized version. Of course the COVID situation appears to complicate things, as apparently Family History library centers are closed, right? (yes, that's how little I know at this point--it's like I've been under a rock for thirty years). So what might it be possible to do?
The specific microfilm I looked at was film number 069362, Muchow, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany Ev,angelical Church parish register book (birth, death, marriage) 1666-1803.
Rather than try to navigate my way around the Family Search web site to find the answers myself, I expect there are some friendly helpful folk here who can cut through the electronic maze and point me in the right direction.
Thanks in advance for any and all help.