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About MeMy name is Carol Hill and I'm a professional genealogist.
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The BYU Family History Technology Lab has just added some awesome genealogy games for your whole family. Take a look to see how easy and fun these are.
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Wondering if your ancestor served an LDS mission between 1830 and 1930? Watch this video to learn about it.
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