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Category Archives: Family History Consultant Help
Guess what? The family history guide got a facelift to their website. Check out this video to see the new look.
Do you use familysearch.org and want help with finding records, duplicates, problems, etc?Find-A-Record is amazing and so easy to use. Check out this video to see how it can be an assistant to you. https://www.findarecord.com/en/
Are you new to family history or want to learn how to do genealogy or family history better? This website is a great way to start at the beginning and learn how. It even has instructions on how to use … Continue reading
Are you a Latter Day Saint and want to be reminded when your ancestors are eligible to have their temple ordinances work done? Go to https://eternalreminder.org/. Watch the funny short video, and then try it out. It is super easy … Continue reading
Did you know that pretty soon your Home page on FamilySearch.org will have a new look? Check out the video below to see what the changes are.
Are you an LDS member and have a FREE Ancestry.com account? Did you know that you can import a 4 generation FamilySearch Tree into Ancestry.com? This will make it so much easier to find records that FamilySearch doesn’t have. … Continue reading
Do you have an ancestor who has just passed away and you need to change him/her to be deceased on FamilySearch.org? Watch this video to learn how to do it!
MapofUS.org is one of the best websites of United States county maps and how the counties changed over time. If you are doing US genealogy, you will love this site. They are also adding various war battle maps and much … Continue reading
Roots Search has become one of my favorite tools to use with FamilySearch.org. Once you have added the Chrome Extension to your Google Chrome browser, when you are on a person detail page in Family Search, with the click of … Continue reading
I found 4 generations living together on the 1900 census. Watch this short video to see how to change the focus person so that you can add and attach the source to every person on the census record. I had … Continue reading