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Re: [FHCNET] Bridging the living gap in NFS

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  • Russell Hltn
    The new system allows multiple records for a given person. The records are linked together to show that all these submissions are in fact all the same person
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 12, 2007
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      The new system allows multiple records for a given person. The
      records are linked together to show that all these submissions are in
      fact all the same person even if not all the information agrees.

      Keep in mind even if you did summit the temple information, PRF, AF,
      you may not be able to update it. It's too hard to go back and verify
      that the submitter is in fact the nFS user. So there will be a number
      of "unowned" records.

      If you submit a record to nFS, you own it. You can link
      (relationship) to another, or you can submit one of your own and then
      link that (same person) to the other record.

      Either way, you can dispute the information that is there. You're not
      stuck with that another person claims the truth is.

      Others have indicated that your record will always show as primary for
      you. So everyone is their own gatekeeper.



      On 10/12/07, Tom Kemp <thomas.j.kemp@...> wrote:
      > So this new system is being set up like the old - 19th Century "Family
      > Representative" program??
      > Wasn't that abandoned as unworkable?
      >
      > Ancestral File - is being phased out since it let the last person in change
      > the data previously submitted.
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