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Locating members. Category : Membership. This page was last modified on 3 June , at Tech Forum Projects. Locating members When members move from a ward, the ward clerk or membership clerk is responsible for making best efforts to find where the member has moved and send the record to the new ward. Contents 1 Deciding which members to find 2 Documenting search efforts 3 Local efforts 4 Web sites 4. Documenting search efforts While the results of search efforts may be passed from person to person by mouth, it may prove helpful during changes in leadership and other instances to have the search results documented and kept on file in the clerks office.
Local efforts To find members, visit the last known address: Talk with neighbors, a building supervisor, manager, or owner, if known or available. Contact other family currently living at the member's last known address.
Contact the new individual or family living there. Contact neighbors adjacent to the member's last known address. Or use the telephone: Call the member's last known phone number.
It may be a cell phone that they still have or the member may have notified the phone company of their new number. Contact known relatives in the area. Contact the phone company information service or operator and ask for new phone listings in the area that may not have been published to online phone directories.
Within the ward: If the member was in the ward or area for some period of time, seek information from other ward members who may know the member. Via the postal service: Send a letter to the member's address asking for their new address and expressing your concern for their welfare. This instructs the USPS to not forward the mail, but return it to the sender with the forwarding address attached.
Postal service practices vary from country to country. Some countries prohibit the postal service from disclosing change of address information.
Web sites Here are some websites that might be useful for locating lost sheep, along with some comments about each. Note that: These sites are not endorsed by the Church, but other clerks have found them useful.
As the number of people on Facebook grows, it becomes more difficult to find a particular friend. The location search filter lets you narrow your search yield so you view only those users who live in a particular region. You can search for users by state -- provided you know which. If you're searching for someone in a particular city, you can narrow your search state or continent, you can often also limit your ad to people who live in major.
Some of these sites may not be accessible from inside your meetinghouse firewall. Much of this information is specific to the United States, but may have application in other countries as well. There may be many entries but you can sometimes narrow it down by their friend list i.
Be certain to try searching by the member's email address as well. If you don't have their email address, try finding it by using their address on Melissadata. Spokeo is a paid site but one of the most effective and it's also easy to navigate. Search by Name, Address, Username, or email address. Melissadata Email Lookup is a free tool used to find any email addresses associated by looking up a physical address.
Free Registration is Required. After you find the email address, use it to search both Facebook and Spokeo.
You can also search by phone number , or even locate the contact information for the neighbors to ask them where the member may have moved. ZabaSearch is a decent people finder. Most records display the date that data was collected which can help you track a person from place to place. Many of the records also display a birth month and year. Birthdates can help you identify the correct individual you are seeking. To search for common names, add their age, city, and other details using their advanced search. Search their free Public Database Directory for even more places to go to for searching.
There are some good links to government databases here. Free is a United States phone directory service. Integrascan is a paid service, but the free preliminary results include full addresses.
CrimCheck offers over 1, state, county, city and federal court web sites where you can search free public records. Most search services are free. Ultimate White Pages congregates several search services on one page, although you must search each individually. It currently offers search on FastPeopleSearch. When you search more than once, this service reuses the second browser window for the results. It also offers reverse searches on phone number and address. Results may be dated. Public Records Index that compiles various public records from all 50 states in the United States from to the present.
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Entries may contain the following information: name, street or mailing address, telephone number, birth date or birth year. Birth Database is useful for searching for individuals based on other family members listed on their church membership record. Look at the names of sons and enter them into this database.
Now compare the birth date given on his parents IOS. This will narrow down your search when looking for a John Smith in your other popular search sites. This works well for older members who move out and go live with their children. Social Security Death Index enables you to search for members who have died using as little as a member's first name. This makes it possible for you to find individuals who have uncommon names, including women who may have changed their names.
PeopleSmart shows all records it finds in the state provided for a given name, their age, cities they have lived in, and likely family members associated with the person and the address. PeekYou correlates data from multiple sources. District, Bankruptcy, and Appeal courts.
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