I have entered the info for my family, my wife's 2 families, my mother's family. can i share info
I have entered the info for my family, my wife's 2 families, my mother's family. can i share info.
my wife had 12 brothers and sisters. there are 123 in the family. I wish they are able to see the details plus add or correct. and as I am 76, if I pass away, what use is the account for those that want to add to it
Hello @David Code Clements Thank you for posting your enquiry for sharing information on your tree.
The following is a Knowledge Article from FamilySearch.
How do I share information on Family Tree?
Article Id: 1525
April 20, 2020
The purpose of Family Tree is to allow family members to work together to build their family tree. If you would like to share Family Tree information and collaborate with others, invite them to register for a free FamilySearch Account. They can do so by going to familysearch.org and clicking the Create Account button in the upper right corner of the page.
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Also an extract from What happens to a deceased persons account:
When we receive proof of a user's death, we disable accounts of deceased users.
- Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: the system disables the account after a local clerk adds the death information to the membership record.
- Public users: A living person who knew the deceased user can submit proof of death to FamilySearch Support. Then, we can disable the account.
Surviving family members cannot inherit or gain access to a disabled account.
For questions, please contact FamilySearch Support.
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