How to reverse a "share with temple"?
Hello, all. Today I noticed that a verrrrry distant cousin (9c1r) has reserved temple ordinances for one of my great-aunts, and then "shared with temple". While I believe this is likely to have been done with the best of intentions, it was done in error. My great-aunt's daughter (with whom I am in close contact) has not been asked permission for these ordinances to be performed.
I suspect that this distant cousin was alerted by FamilySearch that they had "ancestors available for temple work" and that is how they came to get involved with reserving and sharing temple ordinances, etc. I don't know how they would have made the connection otherwise, as our common ancestor was born in 1605 and we are not otherwise acquainted with one another.
I have sent them a courteous message letting them know of the situation that this relative's living child has not given permission for people to do her mother's temple ordinances, but having already shared with temple I'm not sure it can be "unshared with the temple" without some tech support.
Help! How can we make this right? I am descended from some famous colonists (Mayflower, etc), so I literally have tens of thousands of distant cousins in the Church, who might be notified by FamilySearch about my great-aunt's temple work being "available". How can it be made clear that they are NOT AVAILABLE, as she has a living daughter who must first be consulted?