Find Your Family

Home Features Find Your Family

FamilySearch reaches historic agreement with MyHeriage

MyHeritage announced this week that they have reached a landmark agreement with FamilySearch. In the announcement they said, MyHeritage, the popular online family history...

Ancestry acquires Find-a-Grave

Ancestry.com this week announced the acquisition of Find-a-Grave. Find-a-Grave has been a volunteer-led effort that has provided grave information for individuals all over the...

Find Your Family – Mobile Family History

Family history is increasingly being done on mobile devices. The introduction of the iPad and the new Android and Windows tablet devices means that...

Find Your Family – A Billion New Records – Only the Beginning

This last week Ancestry.com announced a new agreement with FamilySearch to publish a billion new records over the next few years. The agreement and...

Helping Make Records Available

Over the past several years FamilySearch has been working with a number of commercial companies, other non-profits, and many archives to help publish more...

Find Your Family – New Books and New Photo Features

This week FamilySearch and the other libraries involved in their book digitization project (BYU, Allen County Public Library, Clayton Library, and Mid-Continent Library) announced...

Find Your Family – Improved Search Experiences on FamilySearch.org

Robert Kehrer is the product manager in charge of developing search at FamilySearch. This last week Robert wrote on the FamilySearch blog about some...

Find Your Family – Discovering Ancestors at the Church History Library

Most individuals involved in family history know about the wonderful Family History Library in Salt Lake. Here, researchers from around the world come to...

Using the census to connect your family

I had a great experience earlier this week. My son has shown some interest in family history. My wife has ancestors in England that...

Find Your Family – MyHeritage.com

Over the past few months I have had the opportunity to try out MyHeritage.com. MyHeritage has been around for a few years now. Their...