Confirming ordinance status
I would like to confirm that Beverly Ann Stern LNVC-25M has not already had sealing to parents done. She had the rest of her ordinances performed in her lifetime so I just want to double-check that she has not already been sealed to her parents.
Jill 2021 ✭✭✭
We found Beverly Ann Stern LNVC-25M, whose sealing to parents ordinance is incomplete in Family Tree.
We checked her vital information and ensured that a death date is attached to the record, along with proof of the death. (If you can obtain it, a death certificate registration would ensure another good source is recorded, rather than only an obituary notice.)
We verified her ordinance status and It looks like she has not been sealed to her parents. Her parents were sealed together, so that ordinance can now be performed.
We looked at the Change Log for her. There have been many changes you might like to review, as she had her information merged and relationships altered.
- From her person page, click the Death tab.
- At the bottom left, in blue capital letters, click SEE ALL CHANGES.
You may wish to collaborate with other contributors.
If your question is still not resolved, please come back to us in Community with the following information and evidence. If we can help to get the record updated, we will need you to:
- Provide details of:
- Your relationship to the individual needing attention
- Information about the person (name, birth and death date, and ID number)
- How you know (or suspect) that the ordinances are complete.
- Click the paper clip icon. Attach a scanned copy of one of the following:
- A temple-stamped family name card
- A temple-stamped family group record form
- A notification letter from the temple stating that ordinances were completed
If you are unable to scan the the supporting documents, or prefer to mail them, you may mail them to this address:
Family History Department Data Quality (3W) 15 East South Temple Street Salt Lake City, UT 84150-0403
This article may help:
There are further links to helpful articles at the end of this one.
We hope this reply is useful to you, but if not, please don't hesitate to contact us again with the required information and documentation. We may then be able to escalate this inquiry.