Why is ordinance work for some of my reserved iniatorty names being released to others
Si ha seleccionado "compartir" otras personas intervienen para ayudarla. Si no ha "compartido" es probable que alguien tenga parentesco en línea directa y esté trabajando con los nombres que tenéis en común.0
Without more information, we are unable to give you a specific answer.
- Sometimes a record has a duplicate, and when they are merged, the earliest ordinance reservation takes precedence. The following comes from this article https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/do-family-name-cards-expire
The family name card that you print for the temple does not expire, even if the reservation on FamilySearch does.
If you've had a family name card for more than a few weeks, please check Family Tree to confirm that the ancestor still needs the ordinance performed. The ordinance could have been shared with the temple, or someone else may have reserved it.
If so, you may simply destroy the family name card. It is no longer needed.
- Someone may have had a printed card, and used it at the temple after the reservation expired. After expiration dates, reservations are Shared With the Temple, and you may have reserved that ordinance then. This article: https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/what-happens-when-ordinance-reservations-expire included the following sentence, and more.
Reserved ordinances automatically expire on the date listed on your family names list. After that, they are shared with the temple, and other people can reserve them.
Please let us know if you have more specific information for us to look into.
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