The information on how to register non-member volunteers can be found on pages 5 & 6 of the Family History Center Directors packet. Your Director should haveMessage 1 of 38 , Oct 12, 2007View SourceThe information on how to register non-member volunteers can be found on
pages 5 & 6 of the Family History Center Directors packet. Your Director
should have received this memo prior to the rollout of nFS. If you have
access to nFS and want to see a copy go to the Training & Resources tab of
the Help menu then New Family Search Rollout Packets then select Family
History Center Directors Packet.
You will need the Director's name, FHC name & Unit number, FHC phone #,
Volunteer's name, address, phone # and e-mail address.
On 10/11/07, gtempleman1@... <gtempleman1@...> wrote:
> Could you post where and how non-member staff can request permission?
> Members can do all the registration online using their membership number and
> confirmation date. What documentation will the non-members need to provide
> to establish they are who they claim to be? We don't want the fruitcakes to
> be able to circumvent the system and gain access just because they send an
> email to the right department.
> Gary Templeman
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... that point. ... REPLY: Where Do You Draw the line? Discussions indicate that perhaps it will be allowed for all temple ordinance work to be done forMessage 38 of 38 , Oct 17, 2007View Source--- In FHCNET@yahoogroups.com, "Russell Hltn" <RussellHltn@...> wrote:
> On 10/13/07, Chris Tinney <vctinney@...> wrote:
> > NOT!
> > And it will not contain multiple sealings of a women
> > to multiple husbands, etc. It will be a sealing book,
> > with the Holy Spirit of Promise for every individual,
> > having correct relationship and exact information,
> > as events transpired upon this earth, in real time.
> Think of it as a first draft - and a necessary step in getting to
>REPLY: Where Do You Draw the line?
Discussions indicate that perhaps it will
be allowed for all temple ordinance work
to be done for individuals, using the data
from only a marriage record entry. Any
woman or man, married more than once, will
have their ordinance work repeated for each
separate marriage record, without any way
of avoiding the duplication, except on rare
occasions. Then again, logic suggests the
next step will be to perform sealings, and
all ordinance work, from divorce filings.
Will "family group sheet" entries for those
individuals, who have names of father and mother,
as parents only, be done over and over again,
as individual child submissions are made,
each giving a different approximation date
for the marriage of the father and mother,
from each individual child entry submitted?