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About MeMy name is Carol Hill and I'm a professional genealogist.
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Do you wish that you could pull up all the stories that you and others have written on your ancestors in FamilySearch? Well, your dream has come true. Check out the new app – All The Stories.
Do you have a FamilySearch tree and want to add a source from MyHeritage to it? MyHeritage has just added a feature that makes it easy to add the source to your FamilySearch Tree with one click. They have done … Continue reading
Are you or your children having a baby and want to name them after an ancestor? Check out this FamilySearch app. This is so easy.
TapGenes.com is a FamilySearch Gallery App that allows you to track your Health History, descendents, and ancestors. Watch this short video to see all about it.
Watch this short video to see the FamilySearch.org update for June 2016.
Family Tree Keepsake is a fun way that FamilySearch.org lets you view and even print out your tree. Take a look at this short video to see how easy it is!!
Do you have an Ancestry.com and a FamilySearch.org Tree and want to share the information between the two of them? Check out this 9 minute video to see how to do that.
Every now and then, FamilySearch.org sends out email campaigns about different records your ancestor might be in. They had one that included obituaries your ancestors were in. It was awesome. Take a look at this video to learn more about … Continue reading
FamilySearch.org has updated its Gallery in Memories. Check out the video to learn how to use it. It is very user-friendly.
Do you have an Ancestry.com tree and want to share it or open it in your personal Genealogy software database? Take a look at this 7 minute video to learn how to export and import using a GEDCOM file.