Can you provide a list of temple work already started or done for my relatives and ancestors?
I have been doing genealogy and temple work sporadically for my family for more than 30 years. I'm the only LDS member in my family. I would like to have a list of what ordinances have already been done over the years so I know where to begin now. Please help...Many thanks
There is no way to see a list of what ordinances your ancestors need, other than reviewing your ancestors' descendants (descendancy pedigree view) and/or checking the recommended tasks list on your home page.
I'm assuming that you have linked yourself to your ancestors in the FamilySearch Family Tree? If so, you should be able to see the ordinance status in the landscape, portrait and descendancy views as you can select the option to display the temple icon for ancestors who need temple ordinances or if temple work is in progress.
Here is the knowledge article that explains the descendancy views and the advantages of each:
Following is a link to the knowledge article that explains the task lists in Family Tree:
As mentioned above, the task list also identifies ancestors who need temple work:
"If you are signed in as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, task lists also identify ancestors who need temple work. Temple work opportunities have a yellow or green temple icon.
- Green icons mean that you can request ordinances immediately. No possible duplicates were identified. Tap a green icon to request the ordinance.
- Yellow icons mean that the person needs some additional information before the name can be submitted for temple work. To qualify for temple work, an ancestor must have a sex indicated, a valid name, and a date and place for at least one life event. Tap a yellow icon to see what information is required."
We hope that you'll take advantage of the many features of Family Tree which have been designed to help you accomplish the temple work for your ancestors.0