I have the actual dates of baptism and confirmation for my wife's twin sister who is deceased. We want to do her temple work, but don't need to do baptism or confirmation. Can I update the records some how?
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How do I view my ancestor's ordinances in Family Tree?
Article Id: 1545
April 20, 2020
Ordinance statuses identify whether a person's ordinances are done or what stage of completion they are in. You can check a person's ordinance status on the FamilySearch website, the Family Tree mobile app, or in Family Tree Lite. You can also check the status of all ordinances that you have reserved.
If you are in Family Tree on the FamilySearch, you can see a person's ordinance status by doing either of these things:
Note: If you do not see the ordinances, please check your preferences.
Note: If you do not see the ordinances, please check the settings in your mobile app.
In Family Tree Lite, you can see a person's ordinance status:
Michael, the ordinances for Sharlene S Hall LJSY-TZH are showing at this page: Sharlene Sue Hall KW8N-33P
You will need to add the death date to Sharlene S Hall LJSY-TZH and then merge to two records. Make sure that the KW8N-33P is the remaining one, as this is her membership record