I need the temple work moved from one Charles Bentley to another. KWNJ-SPC to G8D5-1DH
I have been trying to unmerge two men. The problem is that the temple work should be tied to the Charles Bentley born in Virginia, G8D5-1DH.but instead is tied to the Charles Bentley born in Missouri or Indiana KWNJ-XPC. Both men died and their spouses remarried.
Two Charles Bentley had conflicting sources. The Charles Bentley, KWNJ-XPC was born 1837 in Missouri, married to Mary Putham, in Missouri and their children Emma and Elba were also born in Missouri. The records of Emma and Elba report their father was born in Missouri. Charles Bentley KWNJ-XPC born in 1837 in Missouri, is close to the age of Mary Putham born in 1842.
That Charles Bentley KWNJ-XPC was mistaken for Charles Bentley G8D5-1DH born inn 1842 in Virginia. The difference of ages between the Charles Bentley KWNJ-XPC born 1836 in Missouri and and Emily Jane Carrol KWJ6-1HQ born in 1859 is an unlikely 23 years. Charles Bentley KWNJ-XPC husband of Mary Putham died in Missouri before Mary Putham remarried William George Hardin. Her children Emma Bentley and Elba Bentley are found in the Yellow Creek, Linn, Missouri 1870 Census with their new step father William G. Hardin.
The Charles Bentley G8D5-1DH who died in Provo in 1913 is named in Emily's obituary. Emily's children report their father was born in Virginia in their marriage licenses the 1900, 1910 census. I believe the temple work, and memories should be tied to this individual because he was a convert in Utah.
Thus there are two men named Charles Bentley one born 10 years before the other, in Missouri, and the other born born in Virginia.
Perhaps to have kept the correct temple work, I should have created the Charles Bentley 137 born in Missouri or Indiana (conflicting census) and moved his wife Mary.
I see there are many photos of the Utah individual attached in memories. Perhaps you can undo my mistake?
I have worked hard documenting these two families and their children, but cannot move all the children of the husband of Mary Putham sources over until they are separated.