Dead-end reference on FamilySource?
Perhaps someone can assist me in my quest to pursue a reference from your site....
On this FamilySearch page,
----which is an image of page 94 of the General Index, Vol. 003, 1853, itself being one of the many volumes in the "Land and Property Records" collection, which is in turn to be found in the "California, San Francisco... County Records, 1824-1997 ---
---there is a reference to a "Marriage Contract" allegedly to be found on page 356 of Book B and under a category which looks to be "Misc."? It uses the antiquated hand-writing convention of an f-looking "s" (often used when there is a double-s). Now all the other categories (typically part of the book or volume's title) are easily recognizable, and also do appear in the subcategories as listed in the catalogued volumes at Family Search.
For example, a Deed referenced at page 405 Book 12 of Deeds, or a "Mort" (Mortgage) referenced at page 440, Book 6 of Morts, are locatable by finding the referenced document; but I can find no source files representing the category of Misc with a "Book B" and in fact, in the entire super-heading of California, San Francisco... County Records, 1824-1997 seemingly contains nothing like it. So either I'm missing something, or is it a missing record? I was excited to have finally found, so I thought, the document of an ancestor's marriage, but the reference seems to be to a dead end. Or is it?
Any clues? thanks!