Aaron Starkey, my 1st cousin- 3x removed shows in his obituary that he was a member of the Latter-day Saints. Is there way to search and find any original baptism records?
FS ID- L6MN-9NQ
Hi. Thank you for posting this question on FamilySearch Community. I would have thought the most straightforward thing to do would be to contact the surviving relatives and reach out to them. If he was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints the chances are that some, or all, of his surviving relatives are also members and possibly amenable to sharing information. It would certainly be a great opportunity to build bridges with them. When 'investigators' or 'children of record' are baptised into the church they are issued with a printed and signed certificate to keep, frame and display, or otherwise do as they see fit with. If a surviving 'close family member' wanted to I'm sure a duplicate could be printed by the unit he was amember of when he passed away. I'm not aware that a.n.o. can request a duplicate but I'm not 100% sure on that.
John L. Kennedy.
A further thought I just had. If he or any of his surviving relatives are members of the Church they are probably already in FamilySearch Family Tree. He being deceased his information should be available to read by those that are not 'close living relatives'. You may be able to access his 'Memories' and may be able to find his Baptism Certificate there.
Your case for the ordinances of Aaron Isiah Starkey, L6MN-9NQ, will be forwarded to a specialty team for review and resolution. You may be contacted by that team if they need more information. Look for the red dot top right near the envelope.
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