Dana, if he can read the bar code on any one of the cards or on any
other card from that group, or if he has the tracking sheet, he can
take that to any temple and they can reprint all the cards and all
the already-done ordinances will show as XXXXXX, so he can do the rest.
At 09:04 PM 8/26/2007, you wrote:
>I was on duty at the recommend desk last night, when a sad-looking brother
>approached. A friend had given him a stack of male family file cards that
>needed endowments done. He washed them, and they are unreadable. He asked me
>what to do.
>I told him that the submitter should have a list of all names in the batch,
>either from TempleReady or from the temple office. They could go through
>that list, and search for each name in the online IGI at
>www.familysearch.org to see what had been completed and what had not. That
>is one way to determine which cards had been destroyed.
>I thought about telling him to check for "submitted" in the PAF file that
>was used to submit the names. However, that is not always a reliable method.
>Dana in Omaha
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