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My sealing to parents was never done, but Family search indicates that it was.How do I correct this?
I want to be sealed to my parents. I was not present when they were sealed to each other by proxy in the Halifax temple on 22 May 2010.
Because you are "living", the ordinances of your sealing to your parents should show as "Unavailable". There should not be a date given. Any ordinances connected to a living person show as "unavailable".
You should be able to do these ordinances.
Sealing Yourself to Deceased Parents
To be sealed to deceased parents, you must be baptized and endowed (if you are 21 years or older). Call the temple to make an appointment for the sealing. Take the following items with you when you go to the temple:
- Your temple recommend.
- A Family Ordinance Request or family ordinance card with ordinances that are still needed for the deceased parents before the sealing can be performed. If both parents have all ordinances completed, a Family Ordinance Request or family ordinance card will not be needed. (See your temple and family history consultant.)
- A family group record that shows the living and the deceased family members to be sealed. (This is not required but is helpful to temple staff.)
Hopefully, this will help answer your situation:
she wants the sealing cancelled so she can take part in her own sealing to her deceased parents.0
FamilySearch does not control ordinances for a living person. Please speak with the local bishop or branch President for information on how to proceed.
See also https://www.familysearch.org/help/helpcenter/article/why-are-ordinances-not-available-for-living-people0