Does each of the living relatives added by living relatives have different numbers?
If a living person adds a living relative and another living person adds the same living relative is there a way to combine the two living people?
The answer is NO.
"No, living people are kept in a private space due to privacy laws. Here is a link to read more. https://www.familysearch.org/help/helpcenter/article/who-can-se- …"
My question is when a living person who adds a living person which another relative also adds? Does each of the living relatives added by living relatives have different numbers?
Thank you for clearing up this dilemma.
Check out this KA regarding private spaces in Family Tree:0
I am understanding this situation more as more answers are coming in. Thank you very much for continuing to send answers my way. It is appreciated very much.
Thank you again,
IF you have duplicate living records in you own private space you can see them because you created them. Therefore you will be able to combine them.
If someone else created a living person that record is visible only the person who created it therefore it cannot be merged because it is not visible to others.
Living person created in separate files by different persons will have different numbers and will not be visible to other than those who created the record.1