1930 Mexico Census search returns error message '410 - record removed'
If I am at a name in FamilySearch and the hint comes up as a 1930 Mexico Census and I want to attach the hint to the name, when I try, the error message comes up. If I go to the 1930 Mexico Census and find a name and click it, a page comes up that says, 'this record has been removed'. If I am in the census and click the camera, the image comes up, so I know the image is there. If I click the document next to the camera, the page comes up that says, "this record has been removed".
This happens for all of the names in the 1930 Mexico Census. I am using Chrome as my browser and I have cleared my cookies and cache. The census worked fine for months and just started this error about 5 days ago.
Thanks in advance for any solutions.
It is possible for Indexes to be removed but for the images to remain. Record owners often sign time-limited contracts with FS, and if the contract expires without being renewed then FS is required to delete the records. Or they may change the terms for how the records can be published by FS. If this is genuine and not an IT error, then you should contact the archives in Mexico and ask whether they have changed their contract with FS and if there are alternative ways to see the records.0
I am not sure if the answer above really answers your question. The URL address for the record owner México. Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Geografía e Informática is https://www.inegi.org.mx/. I did not translate the page to see if it contains the contact information you would need to find out if the contract with FamilySearch has changed. But you might try it.0