My uncle passed away over a year ago and I've gotten permission to complete his work. He was baptized and confirmed as a child and born in the covenant, but those dates are missing from family tree. How do I include those dates on familysearch so that the work isn't duplicated?
It's not temple stamped or anything. It's just from our family's personal records. Thank you for your help.
Thank your for posting in the Community about your Uncles missing ordinances. Your case will be forwarded to a specialty team for review and resolution. You may be contacted by that team if they need more information.0
I was reading you questions and if it's okay with you let me help you.
If you go to the main page in Family Search you will see at the very top, on the left side of the screen your picture and your name. Please click on your name and it will display some options. You should see:
Settings, Family Groups, Contacts, Source Box and, Sign Out. Please click on "Source Box". It will take you to the home page of this tab. Please click on "Create Source". There, you can add all the information and attach the file you have or the link to added in Family Search.
Later, you can search for what you have uploaded and added to the family member source tab.
I hope this is helpful.
Have a bless day!1
Thank you for this, but it doesn't show how to add the dates to the ordinances so that they will show up when I print the temple cards. Currently he would need to be rebaptized, reconfirmed, and resealed to my grandparents according to the cards. That's the work I don't want repeated.0
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