In a message dated 1/25/99 3:35:47 PM, email@example.com wrote:
<<After finding several members of my family on the JRI-PL database, I sent
away to the LDS center in Salt Lake City for a number of photocopies of
these records. In my application I included all the information that was
available to me - film no., type of registration, registration no., date
and, of course, the person's name. Whilst I did receive all the photocopies
that I had requested, the application form that I'd sent was returned to me
with the remark (in red) "include pages numbers".
This is information that was not available to me and I'd like to know if
other fellow Genners have had similar "tsures" with applying for photocopies
of LDS records?
I wonder if that message refers to "Akt" --- the document numbers which
usually are listed on the indexed records in the JRI-PL database? But why
would it matter, since you'd be sent the full microfilm reel >from LDS, and
then it's up to you to locate the documents you're interested in? Perhaps you
can leave a message on the LDS web site and ask them what they meant.
Milton R. Goldsamt
Silver Spring, MD