If a person was born more than 110 years ago so permission is not required should we do work for people who are not related to us in any way? For example the parents of spouses of family members. I need an official statement not an opinion
Thank you for contacting FamilySearch Community. Attached is the official policy for performing ordinance work for people not directly related to us:
My problem is that this article doesn't specify anyone born before 110 years ago and I have someone who insists that if a person is born more than 110 Years ago then that policy is not in effect. FamilySearch does allow you to reserve someone born more than 110 years ago without permission but it doesn't search to see if it is a family member that is requesting the work. Is there any more information on this?
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