I have two accounts in Family Search. How can I merge them
Hello, Good question.
We can't really merge two accounts. And eventually you will not be able to sign into both accounts. I would pick the account that you have the most information on, the most ancestors, sources, memories, and save that one. You will want to save the one that has most of your personal information in Settings. We cannot restore a deleted account.
If you need to delete a FamilySearch Account, the quickest way is from your account settings page. Unfortunately, we cannot merge duplicate accounts or recover deleted accounts. Pick the one that has the least information on because it will be gone.
If you have forgotten your username and/or password on either account you can recover a username or reset a password for your account using whichever option is directly linked to your account.
Here is the article for resetting your password or finding your username.
I found this in the Help Center at the bottom of the Home page.
If you are caught in a computer roundabout. You can always call the FamilySearch help number.
866-406-1830. Select Registration and listen to the beautiful music until a Missionary answers.
I hope it goes well for you.
Be aware that if a LDS member account is deleted, all LDS information will also be deleted. And converting a non-member account to a member account, to replace the deleted member account, will not restore the deleted reserved names
@Anitra Whittle - I appreciate your message about "I have two accounts in Family Search. How can I merge them", It was very detailed and informative.
I was curious about this too. I have multiple accounts under the same email - I actually thought I deleted the previous ones, but turns out they didn't delete - I can still login using old IDs.