FamilySearch Microfilms Now All Available Digitally

FamilySearch Microfilms Now All Available Digitally

The Church has completed the project to digitize all 2.4 million rolls of microfilm with the records of more than 11.5 billion people from around the world. These are now available to the public online. For 83 years, the Church has been collecting and using microfilm...

The WANDER Method to Family History Research

Learn tips to family history research in the video, “The Genealogy Research Process: The WANDER Method,” from RootsTech 2021. Genealogy research isn’t a matter of just getting more and more records. Research isn’t usually a straight line. The drive...
6 Steps to Hosting a Successful Indexing Event

6 Steps to Hosting a Successful Indexing Event

From the article “Six Steps to Hosting a Successful Indexing Event.” Indexing events are a great tool for helping people get involved in temple and family history work. As we make family discoveries possible through indexing, we are inspired to gather...
Find Your Family Pioneers

Find Your Family Pioneers

July 24th is “Pioneer Day”—a day when we celebrate the courage of our ancestors. This week, why not explore where your family came from? Who in your family was the first to accept the gospel? The FamilySearch website can help you answer that very question with a...
RootsTech Connect 2022 Will Be Held March 3–5, 2022

RootsTech Connect 2022 Will Be Held March 3–5, 2022

FamilySearch has announced that RootsTech Connect 2022 will take place on March 3–5, 2022, as a fully virtual family history event. In 2021, RootsTech attracted more than 1 million visitors from over 240 countries, making it the largest in RootsTech history. Building...
Machine-Learning and OCR Are Changing Family History

Machine-Learning and OCR Are Changing Family History

The world has billions and billions of records waiting to be indexed so that people can find and connect with their ancestors. Although there are hundreds of thousands of people who help with indexing, it is clear that volunteers need help. Computer-assisted indexing,...
FamilySearch Help Center

FamilySearch Help Center

Although FamilySearch does their best to make tools that are easy to use, people will always have questions. So, they have created the FamilySearch Help Center, a single web page that presents all the available help options. Read the article “The FamilySearch...
5 Ways to Write a Family History Worth Reading

5 Ways to Write a Family History Worth Reading

Some people think they can’t write an interesting family history. Others find too much drama in the past and find it painful or embarrassing to record. Still others haven’t taken interest in writing their family stories at all. The truth is that all family histories...
The World’s Largest Shared Family Tree

The World’s Largest Shared Family Tree

The free FamilySearch website is home to the world’s largest online family tree. Known as the FamilySearch Family Tree, this shared family tree is home to information about more than 1.2 billion ancestors, which has been contributed by millions of descendants. What’s...
Family History Library Offers New Library Look-up Service

Family History Library Offers New Library Look-up Service

The Family History Library now offers a look-up service for when you can’t go to the library. The Family History Library (FHL) in Salt Lake City, Utah, has long been a go-to place to find genealogical research materials and is the flagship library...
Video: Promised Blessings of Family History and Temple Work

Video: Promised Blessings of Family History and Temple Work

Listen to Apostles share promised blessings of temple and family history work. Temple and family history work can provide you with purpose and strength as you selflessly engage in it. It can also help you understand that you are precious in the eyes of God....
FamilySearch Updates, March-April 2021

FamilySearch Updates, March-April 2021

FamilySearch has the world’s largest online family tree and provides free family history experiences to millions of people. They are constantly working on updates and improvements to make it even better. See the following updates made to FamilySearch during March and...
Get Help in the FamilySearch Community

Get Help in the FamilySearch Community

The FamilySearch Community is an online resource that helps people interested in family history connect with each other worldwide. In the community, you can learn research strategies, view genealogy events, join various groups that have the similar interests, and...
FamilySearch Now Lists Your Completed Temple Ordinances

FamilySearch Now Lists Your Completed Temple Ordinances

FamilySearch now provides a list of completed ordinances to make it easy to keep track of the temple ordinances you perform for your ancestors. The completed ordinances list shows the most recent 3,000 items of temple ordinances that you reserved and completed in the...

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