Just sharing this blog by FamilySearch about when immigrants starting coming into Ellis Island in New York. If you haven’t ever used this site, take a look at this blog. I have found several passengers and pictures of the ships my ancestors came on. It is so cool.
Did you know that you can see all of the stories you have added to your ancestors by signing into FamilySearch and going to the Gallery? You can also easily see what stories others have commented on. It’s so easy.
Finding where and when your ancestors immigrated can help in finding where you need to research before they arrived in the US. Check out this FamilySearch blog article that will help in your quest.
Did you know that searching for your ancestors in Tax Records can help in breaking down your genealogy brick walls? Take a look at this video to learn how to find tax records on FamilySearch.org and how to search them.
FamilySearch continues to update the Help Tips on each webpage. Take a look at this short 5 minute video to see just how they can help you.
Are you a Temple and Family History Consultant for your ward? Did you know that FamilySearch has recently updated the Consultant Planner and has made it easy to see your calling responsibilities.
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.
Did you know that if you use Google Photos to store your photos, you can now easily copy them into your FamilySearch Tree. Take a look at how easy it is.
Have you come across a person who you want to add to FamilySearch, but don’t know who he/she connects with? Watch this short video to see how to add an unconnected person to FamilySearch. It is so easy.
Are your ancestors Italian and you are interested to learn how to find records for them on FamilySearch? Check out the following videos to learn how to do this.
How to find indexed and digitized only Italian Records on FamilySearch.
How to find Italian records using the FamilySearch Catalog
How to find help with Italian Research using the FamilySearch WIKI