How to identify sources cited with "GS#"?
My grandmother compiled more than 100 family group sheets in her "Book of Remembrance." My family is working to identify the sources cited and attach them to individuals in Family Tree. Some of the source citations were made by professional genealogists.
On this family group sheet, there are a number of sources listed with "GS#" (a few are highlighted in yellow in the screenshot below); I want to learn how to identify those sources; in other words, decode the number into a source reference (title, work, date, etc.) so that we can attach each sources to the corresponding family members.
From "John Lycurgus Westover Maren Adele Bushman WESTOVER, John Lycur"
In my searching, I found found articles on the "current book numbering system" and "Microfilm numbers (GS)" and "Converting Old FHL Film Numbers to Current Numbers"; however, none of these have solved the mystery for me. I have also asked my ward Temple and Family History consultant, and still don't know how to read these citations.
Can you please help me interpret these citations? Thanks in advance!