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Find Your Family – Memories on FamilySearch

The “memories” section of the FamilySearch.org website is a free and convenient place for registered users to add linked photos, stories, documents and audio...

Find Your Family – Nine Interview Tips

Tip One: Set the Stage Before an interview, you may want to ask the storyteller to gather important information such as the birth dates and...

Find Your Family – TreeSeek.com

Last week I spoke at the BYU family history conference and it gave me the opportunity to review a number of software products that...

Find Your Family – DC Thomson (findmypast.com) acquires Mocavo

Last week DC Thomson Family History, the organization that owns findmypast.com, acquired Mocavo. This seems like an excellent step forward for both of the...

Find Your Family – Descendancy view and badges

When thinking about our family tree we often think upwards. Finding additional direct line ancestors is often our goal. This is a good thing...

Marriage Records on FamilySearch.org – Part 3

FamilySearch.org is a treasure trove for those searching for marriage records. Check out the following resources: Historical Record Collections FamilySearch is home to more...

Find Your Family – The Value of Community Newspapers

When I purchased the newspaper about four and a half years ago I did not understand the genealogical value of community papers. Unlike the...

Find Your Family – Finding Our Cousins

What did our great great great grandparents care about? In many ways this was the focus of the talk by Elder Neil L. Andersen...

Find Your Family – A New Favorite Family History Website

This last week I was part of the beta test for LDS Member access to MyHeritage, FindMyPast, and Ancestry. I set up free accounts....

Find Your Family – Compiling the third generation

Compiling your first and second generations assists you in building skills and understanding the tools and document types that are helpful in building a...

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