3 census records say he is a SON, he's entered in family search as a female, and more
MY SOURCE 1950 typed family group sheets give his name as Vivian Leonard gender MALE with a pencil note over the name as Victor. In checking familysearch, HE, named VIVIAN is gendered FEMALE born 1896. Three census records (1900, 1910, 1920) saying Vivian, is a SON when original record is viewed.
No death, no spouse no further sources past 1920 census. I switched the gender in the tree from female to male and changed the name to VICTOR as indicated by the penciled note and found military records for HIM as Victor Olive Leonard with the correct mother, in the correct location, with the correct birthdate.
All the ordinances are complete, but he was not ordained to the priesthood after the temple baptism.
How do I proceed? I noticed as a male all his temple ordinances disappeared. I returned him to female to send you this question, but have attached all the sources I have located as a male
I believe he changed his named from Vivian Olive Leonard to Victor Olive Leonard around the time he enlisted. I attached THREE mililtary sources, two of which name his father one time and his mother another time, location is correct