Re: [FHCNET] "c" = children's ordinances on pedigree chart?
- Below is the official knowledge document answering this question (that
is sent out by support). Remember it just applies to your particular
PAF records. If parents had 7 children and you only have one child
listed (your direct ancestor) and his/her work was done, the big C could
show. But the work might not be done for the other 6 children because
they are not listed and thus are not considered in the "C" situation.
*Document ID: 913bb09*
*In Personal Ancestral File under ordinances (B, E, P, S, C): what does
the C stand for?*
The ordinances listed above are (B) baptism, (E) endowment, (P) sealed
to parents, (S) sealed to spouse, (C) all ordinances are done for the
children of this family.
*C* - an upper-case C appears in the InfoBox in the Pedigree View if all
of the ordinances for this individual's children have been completed.
*c* - a lower-case c appears in the InfoBox in the Pedigree View if
there is at least one ordinance that is not completed for this
individual's children, and the child has something in the date field by
the ordinance that is not completed (such as Submitted or Cleared).
NOTE: c will not show up at all if any of the children's ordinances have
not been done, and there is nothing in the ordinance fields.
The C appears under the following conditions:
* The parents have been baptized, endowed, and sealed as spouses.
* If one of the parents is linked to other spouses, the other
spouses have also been baptized, endowed, and sealed as spouses.
* Each child has been baptized, endowed, and sealed to his or her
* All of the children have been sealed to all of their spouses.
For each of the other abbreviations (B, E, P, S)
* A dash (-) indicates that an ordinance does not need to be done.
* Lowercase letters, (b, e, etc.) indicate that the ordinance date
field contains the term Cleared, Submitted, or Sub, plus a date.
It means that the ordinance is not yet done.
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