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PRAISE COUPLED WITH A SUGGESTION

07 Feb 2012 I asked Sister Johnson where in a given family pedigree one can go to see a listing of all individuals by their unique PINs so as to distinguish among those with identical or similar names across the generations? Sister Johnson readily agreed that thought to be worthy of submittal. I hope she will see I followed through. Your website and consultants are superb, including Elder Embly who gave yeoman's service in responding to several questions, even took charge of my antiquated computer.
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  • I’m thankfully in your debt
    I merely wish to correct one point: my note of praise for my two most recent consultants elicited the response that I appear to be a new patron. Not so, I've contacted you from time to time over the past few years and have always been enthusiastic about service given -- including a personal visit to the FHL in January a year ago when a wise consultant suggested that my prolonged efforts to find a not so nice father whom I had never met were thus far futile; there simply wasn't enough to go on. He gently urged me -- absent a brick wall break-through --to switch my focus to the "low hanging fruit" (my words)
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  • Ron Tanner (FamilySearch.org Product Manager) February 13, 2012 18:24
    It will be difficult to show unique numbers for your line, although I think it is worth investigating. Often by working together and connecting one can end up with 100s of thousands of ancestors which would make the list difficult to view and manage.
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