Amos Godfrey Davis
Permission to do ordinances for nonfamily members L291-7LF and LRS4-SKH
As Debbie Orvin has already informed you.
"Form filled out and is under review."
Please wait till the specialists review your previous request and wait for their email.0
Please see the following Policy:
Please do not request temple ordinances for someone you are not related to unless you have obtained permission, in advance, from a close living relative. A close relative is an undivorced spouse, adult child, parent, or sibling.
Similarly, please do not request ordinances for victims of the Jewish Holocaust unless you are an immediate family member or have obtained the appropriate permission.
For more information on this topic, please see the articles listed below, or consult the Church’s General Handbook: Serving in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 28.1 .
Individuals for whom I can request temple ordinances
What is the 110-year policy, and why was it initiated?
Requesting ordinances for a friend
Can I do temple work for victims of the Jewish Holocaust?
Requirements for processing ordinances for pre-1500 or medieval names
First Presidency message on names submitted for temple ordinances1
From filled out and is under review.1