For individual ordinances, you must have the following information:
Complete names are preferred. Partial names are acceptable if that is all you can find. Use the maiden name for females.
The gender must be either male or female.
The system requires that the individual record be marked as deceased.
A country for birth, christening, marriage, death, or burial
A standardized place for birth, christening, marriage, death, or burial is required. The standardized place must contain at least the name of the country.
Enough information for the FamilySearch website to uniquely identify the person
This may include the following information:
Here is a list of the names and symbols that will prevent the names from being cleared for ordinances. Although the Family Tree program is rather "liberal" in allowing names to be qualified. These issues must and should be resolved before trying to qualify the names.
- Dates and places of events, such as birth, christening, marriage, death, and burial.
- Names and relationships of family members, such as parents, siblings, spouse, children, and grandparents.
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