identifying who ordinances belong to when person was incorrectly combined pre-2012
Pearl Danielson KZL5-33Q and Pearl Christine Danielson G4G8-Z9Y are duplicates and my 1st cousin 3x's removed.
Pearl Christine Danielson G4G8-Z9Y - has no parents
is connected to her correct husband John Arthur Johnson L2LP-99J - who went by Arthur
and 2 correct children: Barbara GDGH-6LF and Andrew GDG6-XZ3
Pearl Danielson KZL5-33Q - connected to correct parents: KH2B-QNP and K429-LWY
is connected to wrong husband Arthur Levi Johnson K82S-KMC who I have researched further and found him single in all censuses through 1940, also Find A Grave giving his death, burial, and obituary listing his siblings, but no spouse or children. I don't believe he ever married. I added his burial, but not his death because I wanted you to be able to see that he came into FS in 2012 with the death date of 17 Jan 1960 as is shown in the death reason, leading me to believe he had been incorrectly merged with the original Arthur Johnson who was originally connected as husband to Pearl Danielson KZL5-33Q and who did die 17 Jan 1960. Pearl is my grandfather's mother's 1st cousin and I am certain he was connected to his wife Pearl Danielson well before 2012. The family knew him as Arthur Johnson since he (John Arthur Johnson) went by his middle name.
the daughter Barbara Johnson L4FL-Y39 is Pearl's daughter, duplicate of Barbara GDGH-6LF
the son Clarence E Johnson LK9J-BRL belongs to different parents:
Arthur W Johnson G3CN-1D2 and Pearl A Roach G3CJ-9YN - another Arthur and Pearl. You can see Clarence in their 1930 and 1940 censuses attached to the family.
This wrong connection leads me to believe that it is likely that these Arthur and Pearl may have also been incorrectly merged with Arthur Levi Johnson K82S-KMC or his Arthur Johnson predecessor and Pearl Danielson KZL5-33Q prior to 2012.
I will clean all this up so I can proceed with the needed ordinance work, but first I need to have the ordinance work sorted out so I know which ordinances truly belong to which Arthur Johnson and Pearl.
Thanks so much! Pam Peterson