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To: Andyman; netmilsmom; Little Bill
But to make so many of these records unavailable to those who, for free, go to genealogy centers at LDS facilities is short-sighted.

Free? You are feeding them valuable information about the descendants of the ancestors in their registry. Regardless of your personal feelings on the topic of re-baptism, your relatives may not share those sentiments. Out of respect, you have an obligation to advise your living relatives that their names have been turned over to the Mormon Church which may use that information for religious practices.

119 posted on 05/03/2008 5:41:32 AM PDT by NYer (Jesus whom I know as my Redeemer cannot be less than God. - St. Athanasius)
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To: NYer

That is horse poop, you got to be dead to be rebaptised and you have to have LDS relatives. In the main you have to be an Ancestor of an LDS member to qualify.


125 posted on 05/03/2008 10:37:43 AM PDT by Little Bill (Welcome to the Newly Socialist State of New Hampshire)
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