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Question #33021 posted on 02/09/2007 3:01 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

How would a man find out if/when Isaac Newton had his temple work completed for him? Would it be a simple FamilySearch.com search?

Thx. -Ando [Idaho]

A: Dear Ando,

Yes. It's in the International Genealogical Index - but you have to be signed in as a member (using your confirmation date and member number) to see the specificities regarding temple ordinances.

For those unfamiliar with the site, just go to familysearch.com and click the "search" tab. On the left, there's "International Genealogical Index." You need a region, too - he's from England, b. 1643. (Knowing a few dates will help you know which one out of the more than 200 Isaac Newtons is the one I imagine you're looking for.)

From what I can see, it looks like he's pretty well covered...

-Olympus, who thanks Chicago (the 'nym, not the city) for her help, and feels silly for not just trying it on her own...