Re: [FHCNET] uncombine many records at once?
- Yes, but the kind of problems that we have been seeing discussed here most
often would not take any particular regional knowledge. It is the endless
loops, people with age ranges covering a couple of hundred years and the
obvious guesses in combining that can easily be handled by people with
experience in basic genealogical research principles. Even in my little FHC
we have staff with experience in locations ranging from England and
Scotland, Germany France and India, so within most temple districts there
should be a diverse group to choose from. And as I said, SL can always
provide backup and be a resource that the group can refer more difficult
decisions to. There is no reason why a particular question cannot get
shunted to a different location or to SL if needed.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Russell Hltn" <RussellHltn@...>
Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2008 10:40 PM
Subject: Re: [FHCNET] uncombine many records at once?
> An interesting idea, however I'd like to see the groups formed in some
> other way. Members are not always located in their ancestral
> homeland. The local temple group may be unfamiliar with the type of
> records in question behind the dispute.
> On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 5:39 PM, Gary Templeman <gtempleman1@...>
>> I think there is an avenue for it to scale quite easily. As it stands
>> our registration at nFS is tied to our membership information, which is
>> they know what temple district you are in and whether you can register or
>> not. Decentralizing the process by training a local group for each temple
>> district could give you enough "staffing" to handle the work load. Use
>> computer to route the requests to the appropriate group based on the
>> membership information. Salt lake can provide supervision and monitoring
>> the local groups, along with an appeal process. And, as the process moves
>> forward and the most commonly disputed lines that are in question get
>> "locked" there will be less and less to do over time, so it can revert
>> to a SL only process. The bottom line is that even if there are sources,
>> sometimes they DO conflict and need interpretation or arbitration of the
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