OK to reserve ordinances for distant cousin's spouse's family?
Hi, I am wondering if I am allowed to reserve ordinances for the extended family of a distant relative linked only by marriage (assuming they were born over 110 years ago). For example, my great-great-great-great grandfather's, great granddaughter's, spouse's parents and their ancestors?
I have always assumed I am not allowed to reserve these names for temple work, nor share them with the temple, since when I click the "Show My Relationship" button, it says "No relationship found." However, one of my family members who does family history work regularly says it is totally fine to reserve these names as long as you know there is a link (via blood or marriage) at some point.
I posed this question to FamilySearch's email Help line and was told NO, I can't reserve these names; but before I received that answer I called FamilySearch's phone Help line and was told YES, I can reserve these names.