My husbands Temple initiatory, endowment and sealing to me are not recorded in Family Search
Hugh Steven Somsen
DOB 03/03/1947 DOD 10/12/2019
Temple ordinances - Los AngelesTemple 06/24/1975
How can we shoe that these ordinances were completed when we were married in the temple?
Welcome to the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum.
I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
[ And, I happen to be a Member of the Church ... ]
Just in passing ...
Short Answer: They DO NO show/appear; as, YOU are STILL "Living".
And, that includes, on the "Ordinances" 'Tab', of your ("Deceased") Husband.
[ ie. NOT just for you, in your "Profile" ... ]
Here is a "Knowledge Article", in 'FamilySearch':
Why are ordinances "Not Available" for living people?
Where, it states, among other things:
Ordinances of living people are listed as "Not Available" in Family Tree for privacy reasons. Some examples are below:
- Sealing to spouse for a deceased individual whose spouse is living.
I hope, that this may help/assist, somewhat.
Thank you Brett - with my husband deceased I thought it might show the initiatory and endowment ordinance. If not, I understand your answer and thank you again.0
I am so sorry ...
I missed that ...
I had not 'looked', at the "Ordinances" 'Tab', for you Husband.
Having done so ...
Whoa back ...
The, "I"; &, "E", appearing as available to "Request" (&, Subject to "Request Permission"), is another matter ...
That appears to be INCORRECT; especially, if you were "Sealed" together, while you were BOTH "Living".
[ As, they would have had to have been "Completed" ... ]
I would have expected that your Husband's, "I"; &, "E" would be recorded/appear.
[ And, especially; as, he has been "Deceased" for more than x12 Months/1 Year ... ]
Plus, his "Death", appears to have been Recorded, on his "Membership Record", of the Church; as, the User/Patron, recorded for his "Death Record", IS 'FamilySearch'.
As such ...
Perhaps, a "Moderator" [ ie. 'FamilySearch' "Support" ( Personnel ) ] NEEDS to take this matter into the workings of 'FamilySearch' ""Support", to investigate; and, help/assist you.
I am sorry, that I cannot be of any more help/assistance, in regards to this particular matter.
Mod Note: One post has been edited to remove inaccurate information.0
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Hugh Steven Somsen KW8P-85T: The temple ordinances now appear correctly in Family Tree. The sealing to spouse ordinance is recorded, but Family Tree will not display an ordinance if any individual in that ordinance is listed as living.1
All Good Now ...