Minja Verheij, K1D1-ND6, has temple ordinaces done. This shouldnt be.
Thank you for your participation in the FamilySearch Community and for asking this question about ordinances showing for a child under the age of 8.
There doesn't appear to be any indication (except as a source) that this individual was less than 8 years old when they died. They are simply shown as deceased. The ordinances were completed in 2010. The source about death information was added in 2021. The ordinances were obviously done based on the information available at the time.
You just need to add the actual death information on the person page. You are correct that if the child was less than 8 years old, then the ordinances already completed were not required. This person only needed to be sealed to her parents which has been done. The other ordinance information will just be archived in the background when you add the death details as they are not required.
Hope this helps.
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Short Answer: Easy, there is NO "Death" Details recorded.
Mijna VERHEIJ ( K1D1-ND6 )
Original Birth (Record): 9 Feb 1888, Pernis, Zuid-Holland ... 30 May 2012 ... John Sloot [You]
OVER 110 Years of age ...
"Temple" Work done in 2010.
All quite legitimate and above board ...
Changed Birth: 9 February 1888, Pernis, South Holland, Netherlands ... 31 May 2021 ... kevinpendleton1
You, have just "Added", the ONLY Sources (x2); being, Birth; and, Death, TODAY (17 November 2021).
That Saud ...
You have NOT yet added any "Death" Details.
Once, you add the "Death" Details (ie. 'Date' and 'Place'), the, "B"; "C"; "I"; and, "E", will all disappears
[ Leaving just the "SP" ... ]
All Good ...
I hope this helps.
Um. @John Sloot, do you see that white box over in the right-hand column labeled Categories? Did you notice that there's one labeled Temple? And did you notice how your question uses that word, multiple times? Did you consider that maybe this is a rather bold clue that that's where your question belongs?