When I follow the link to search this database, there isn't a place to enter any information.
This is "how to use this collection.
This is what appears when the "Collection details page" link is followed:
Yes, I have come across a similar issue myself recently, although probably not involving this particular collection.
This reinforces my argument (in another post) for providing a dedicated place on the FamilySearch website where such problems can be reported, in the knowledge they will receive the attention of a FamilySearch employee and the matter addressed.
Most of the other genealogy-based websites I use (commercial or otherwise) have a clear way (usually a simple form) to report errors users cannot correct themselves, so why not FamilySearch?
@AnnieBP ( & @Paul W )
Annie ( & Paul )
I wondered ...
I 'see', that on 'Description', for that "Collection", at the end, it states: "Index courtesy of FindMyPast".
That got me thinking ...
That said ...
I tried "Searching" in the "Catalogue" in 'FamilySearch' for that particular "Collection"
[ Pennsylvania, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Marriage Records, 1512-1989 ]
I searched, in TWO (x2) ways:
(1) with a User/Patron with access in 'FamilySearch', WITHOUT the "Connected" Partner of "FindMyPast"; and,
(2) with a User/Patron with access in 'FamilySearch', WITH the "Connected" Partner of "FindMyPast".
I then accessed that particular "Collection.
The results 'speak' for themselves ...
WITHOUT the "Connected" Partner of "FindMyPast"
WITH the "Connected" Partner of "FindMyPast"
After all that ...
It appears that, in this particular case, it all depends on whether or not, a User/Patron, HAS "Connected" the Partner Account of "FindMyPast", to their 'FamilySearch' Account.
I cannot 'speak' for other such situations, just this situation.
I just thought that, I would throw this, 'into the mix' ...