We are trying to do my brother in law's work. He was never married, no children, his mother and father are dead, as are his siblings. My daughter is his niece. How do we get permission to do his Temple work..
Hi Sharon Welcome to Family Search Community and posting your question about ordinances for your brother in law. If you were to make the request it would be considered a friend request since you are not blood related to your brother in law. Friend request can only be approved with written permission from a close living relative (parents, spouse, children, siblings). Since all of the those are deceased, a friend request from you could not be approved. However, your daughter is a blood relative and could make a request. That would be done by her requesting the ordinances on family search and filling out the online form information explaining that there are no close living relatives. That request will be evaluated and may be approved. That would be the best course of action.
We did that once, but we’ll try again.
What happened when you tried it. Did you get a response.
They said she couldn’t. It’s been about a year ago.
What's your brother in law's name
John Henry Roth
Ok, thanks, All I can suggest is to try again.
Thanks so much. We’ll keep trying.
@DMS1737, is this something you can help with?
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