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Croydon Ward, Melbourne, Australia
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If I know the volume record and group number, can I search for it to see if it is in the catalog? I know it was in the Lithuanian archive.
Yes, you can search the FamilySearch Catalog with the Image Group Number.
Unfortunately it has been made virtually impossible to conduct a personal search of people and places by the implementation of 'so-called' improvements. Machines do not pick up on vital clues, so the researcher is never able to access the information they require. A very great loss to genealogists.
How do we find the batch number? Has it changed since Family Tree was updated? please guide me to the batch number. Thanks.
Is there a way to search records/collection on ship name? So many of the passenger lists aren’t indexed correctly, so you cannot find the person or family in a search, but if you know the name of the ship they came on, perhaps one could find their ancestors easier.
How can I find Telephone Directories?
If you mean US telephone directories, I believe they would show up in the Collections tab under Other, then United States City and Business Directories, ca. 1749 - ca. 1990 and/or United States Public Records, 1970-2009.
This set up is diabolical.
Go back to how it was 10 or 15 years ago. straight forward.
Even the paper print out of thirty years ago was superior to his mish mash.