1170Re: [AQ_NFS] Family tree
- Jan 3, 2013Leslie's response is as good as any for the cremation situation. Even
if you don't have a date, you should probably add the cremation event
and the best location you can possibly have.
As to setting the values from AQ, if AQ will not allow you to set
them, I would go into newFamilySearch (not FSFT) to see if the record
is locked. It is entirely possible that you've run across one of those
records that members continue to attempt to do work for -- I have one
in my ancestry, a famous person -- and to prevent on-going ordinances
from being performed, the Family History department has locked the
However, if that is not the case (that the record is locked), then go
into FSFT and examine the record. If nothing appears to be amiss,
double check the function in AQ and if the system will still not allow
you to establish the setting, send a private note to Gaylon, along
with a copy of the AQ backup of your file, indicating the ID of the
person you're having problems changing.
Oh, and one other thing: If the person is or could be living, and you
don't have a death date, that may impact the program's ability to make
changes from the LDS side if you have not established that they are
Personally, I've never run into this situation and I've looked at
thousands of records.
On Wed, 02 Jan 2013 22:12:50 -0700, you wrote:
>I can Set family tree on some people and not others because it is
>grayed out to save it and I don't see a reason why, all the values
>have *next to them. I could not do my grandparents but could do some
>people from the late 1700's..
>What do you do with burial if the person was cremated?
>Descendants of Capt. Henry WOODWARD
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