Several years ago we were asked to submit family group sheets (FGS) for four generations.
Are those FGS available online, or is there some way of accessing them??
Thank you. I had forgotten all about PRF
I have a vague recollection that that request for everyone to send in a new set of Family Group Sheets for four generations was for the original foundation of the Ancestral File. If that is true, then you would find the information from those sheets there, not including any information on people who were living at the time the sheets were submitted. There is some information about the Ancestral File in the Research Wiki: https://www.familysearch.org/en/wiki/Ancestral_File
I think the answer depends on where they ended up being submitted. I believe FGS that were submitted to FamilySearch within the past 20 years or so - probably ended up in Pedigree Resource FIle. You can search Pedigree Resource File and other submitted Community Trees at:
Followup question: do you think someone typed those submitted FGS information into the PRF, because they were paper FGS that were submitted-Not GEDCOM??