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Last night, when searching for Amos family ancestors on Find My Past I found records of Knaresborough St John's (CoE) appeared to have been attributed to Knaresborough St Mary's (RC).
I let them know of this issue affecting their Yorkshire Baptisms and Yorkshire Burials databases (possibly Yorkshire Marriages as well) and they responded this morning as follows:
"I have been in touch with the Data Team who have confirmed it does look like we've assigned some Anglican registers as Roman Catholic.
"The Data Team have confirmed they have added this to their investigation work list
"Once we have this corrected we'll also then be able to publish the images.
"However, please note some other Knaresborough registers are genuinely Roman Catholic and will stay as transcription only."
I thought I would share this experience with the List, to inform and encourage reporting problems with online data.
Rushmere St Andrew