Sealing child to parents who are sealed, but father shows as not endowed
In looking at the records of one couple, it shows that the wife is endowed and the husband is not. However, they have been sealed. If I have a son endowed and ready to be sealed to those parents, can I do that, or should the father's endowment be recorded first? (I have no idea how they got sealed if he wasn't endowed. Our family did the baptism, confirmations, and initiatories for both parents, but then only did the endowment for the mother. Someone else did the sealing, as it was done in a different temple.)
The husband/father is Ralph Peter Dapper LKKC-JS1. The son is Earle Richard Dapper LKKC-F7N. Earle was married to my aunt but died young. They had no children and although she remarried, she never had children. She has passed away and I'm doing the work.