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Re: Temple Ordinance FORs

the problem has been resolved as of mid-day MondayDL Melville On Sunday, April 19, 2015 4:20 PM, "coleen.lyman@... [FHCNET]"
DL Melville
Apr 20
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36256

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

I just dealt with this issue: I emailed as per the new permission window.  In the space to type contact name I stated all were dead.  They replied and wanted
Arlene
Apr 19
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36255

Temple Ordinance FORs

Yesterday I was printing some FORs to give to people in my ward today. I printed an FOR for baptisms, then decided to print another one for Endowments. When I
clyman_1
Apr 19
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36254

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Leslie, If you read on in the list pf questions there are instructions to write to support when all of the closest family members are deceased. This may sound
Lois Casson
Apr 19
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36253

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Thanks Shanna, I did not see that. I guess I did the right thing without knowing it. I contacted support with all the information and was told to do the
Leslie Vaughn
Apr 19
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36252

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

No, the instructions are in the knowledge article titled: What can I do if the closest living relative is not available and the deceased person is born within
Shanna Jones
Apr 19
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36251

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Shanna Thank you for that link. I think most of us are familiar with the permission required and of whom it is required. But if there is no one to ask
Leslie Vaughn
Apr 19
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36250

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Check the policy yourselves and you will find the answers. You don’t have to rely on someone’s opinion. The policy came directly from The First Presidency.
Shanna Jones
Apr 19
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36249

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Leslie, I agree with you. Needless to say, these situations don't come up often, and we have to let the spirit guide when they do. Guidelines refer to living
Lois Casson
Apr 19
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36248

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Len, You reminded me of something I discovered last night. There is apparently someone taking individual names from the Swedish Death CD 1901-2009 and
Lois Casson
Apr 19
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36247

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

The answer to that question (below) is that NO the church did not ask for permission. When I started to do my own family history as a teenager, I was sorely
suebarnsley2002
Apr 19
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36246

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Travis, Who can answer that question honestly? There are no living spouses, children, parents, siblings and the guidelines say nothing about grandparents,
Lois Casson
Apr 19
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36245

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Are you the closest living relative? Travis From: FHCNET@yahoogroups.com [mailto:FHCNET@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Sunday, April 19, 2015 12:33 PM To:
Travis Morris
Apr 19
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36244

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Family tree will still ask if you have permission from the closest living person to perform the ordinances, even if the person died as an infant. In my
Len Ingermanson
Apr 19
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36243

Re: Hypothetical Question for 110 year rule

Lois I have many similar situations. I wrote to familysearch and a missionary who responded recommended that I do the work. I don’t think it circumvents any
Leslie Vaughn
Apr 19
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