@Cel Cabrera Soria
In looking at Luisa's person page I see some research hints that need to be attached.
Here are some help articles that will assist you with that: https://www.familysearch.org/help/helpcenter/article/what-are-research-helps-in-family-tree https://www.familysearch.org/help/helpcenter/article/how-do-i-attach-record-hints-in-family-tree
It will be important to attach proof of her death as well. If you can scan and attach in her memories a copy of her death certificate, a funeral program, a picture of her headstone or something like that it would be great.
This article may help you in answering the question needs more information. https://www.familysearch.org/help/helpcenter/article/in-family-tree-what-does-needs-more-information-mean There are several articles at the bottom of this help article that you will want to review as well.
Here is some other items that you can verify:
Your ancestor’s person page needs the following information before you can request his or her temple ordinances. The information makes your ancestor’s person page unique and sets it apart from other profiles in our database.
Standardized date for at least one life event
Standardized place for at least one life event
Additional information for sealings
When sealing a child to his or her parents, keep the following requirements in mind:
When sealing spouses, keep the following requirements in mind:
Also, go through the sources of of her husband, her children, her parents and siblings. Make sure that there are no unfinished attachments. Sometimes a duplicate will show up and that would need to be merged.
Another Idea is that if she was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the time of her death, make sure that her ward clerk has marked her as deceased on her Church records. I see that she passed in 2020 and with Covid 19 some of those changes to Church records did not happen. If she was a member and the ward clerk marks her as deceased any previous ordinances will show as completed in FamilySearch.
Be a good detective and look through everything.
Hopefully that will help.
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