“I have heard some members say, “But our family names are all done.” It is all right to say such a thing as long as you realize you are only kidding.
"Of this, Elder W. Grant Bangerter has said:
“Your genealogy has not all been done. My own grandparents performed ‘all’ the temple work for their deceased relatives fifty-five years ago. Since that time our family has discovered sixteen thousand others.” - “What Temples Are For,” Ensign, May 1982, p. 71.
– George D. Durrant, “Genealogy and Temple Work: ‘You Can’t Have One without the Other’”,
Ensign, August 1983.