Dear A, The Dutch Church records on the Familysearch pilot website are what is on the films in the Dutch Churches in Colombo only. There are a few marriage banns for Galle and a few entries from itinerant preachers to outposts, but no North, East or South province records from the local Dutch Churches, in the Dutch nor British era. They are not listed in alpha or date order and have to be searched individually as if looking at a film at an LDS Centre. There are indexes from the Colombo Dutch Churches compiled by Sam Mottau to marriages and baptisms. These are on thethe Familysearch pilot site and are alpha by groom or father of child surname. There is also an inventory of the records in the Colombo Wolvendaal Church, which is fascinating reading. Unfortunately not all of the volumes listed have been photographed by the LDS. Mr Mottau notes vols 3C8,10,13,and 15 not transcribed. Sri Lanka Genealogy at Rootsweb has lists and links submitted by researchers including us, and others from various sources, and deeper discussion on what is and is not available world wide. As to LDS wanting transcribers for the Ceylon records, we were in Salt Lake City last month and there was no one on The Library floor where the Sri Lanka records are held with any knowledge or concern for the Ceylon records. We were directed to contact Hong Kong LDS as they look after all of Asia! The other concern is that the records can be in Dutch, Portuguese,Tamil, Sinhalese or English and we are only fluent in one of these. We have attempted to get copies of Sinhalese Primary documents transcribed without success. Some of the Sinhalese entries are on Ola leaf. The pilotsearch approach as presented is more than satisfactory, but it needs to be more selective on what is posted. Psalm book, Bible and misc correspondence is a waste of time and space. Primary records are what all researchers are after, entries for Birth/Baptism, Marriage and Deaths!!! As to your own research, who, what, where and when,are you sure the marriages and baptisms were in the Dutch Church Colombo? Cheers, Larry&Coreen in Australia.