I'll wait for someone to contact me before sharing the names I would like released. Is that correct?
Thanks, Tami Nickel
Dear Guest, we understand that you shared family name ordinances with a friend and now that friend is deceased. Were the ordinances shared by sending them through an email? On your temple ordinance list, do these ordinances show with an envelope icon next to the shared family names? Hover (place and hold) your mouse pinter over the Date reserved column to see the name of the person, the email address to which the invitation was sent, and the expiration date of the share request. The recipient has 2 weeks to accept the ordinances.
If he or she accepts them, the shared family names disappear from your family names list. If it has been longer that two weeks since you shared your family names, we will need to look further into this problem. You may respond here by adding additional comments in the Leave a Comment box.
You will find below a link in FamilySearch that explains this process.
We are here to support you in your efforts to assist your ancestors.
It has been more than 2 weeks since I shared the family name ordinances. They no longer show up on my family names list.
A familysearch missionary also responded to my question and said they could help me, so I sent the information.
Thank you for responding to my question and trying to help.
Thank you. May you have success in working for your ancestors.