One issue, of course, is the low number of JS descendants in the LDS Church, what with so many ending up with the currently-CoC.
I remember there was a while ago a somewhat less-publicized incident of the first confirmed
JS descendant getting baptized a member of the Church. I can't remember the name, and it's irrelevant, anyhow, but they would be the ones who should be notified, I guess. I am assuming the Church leaders know who they are.
Presumably it would help them them appreciate the history of their ancestors, too - as FH does in general, but in this case I think there is a particular poignancy to it.
Á propos, do the NFS staff follow these forums (it would make some kind of sense to me)? I have learned long ago, that the fact that something seems obvious to me, doesn't mean it does to others. That's why I ask stupid questions... This thread appears to be in the General Discussion rather than in the Family History
subcategory in Current and Future Church Technologies - but then it's not a technology issue per se.
Here you see my bean-counter/DB planner/whatever background: I always end up talking about categorization...