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  • FamilySearch Added New Records from Mexico

    Feb 11

    FamilySearch has made it easier for you to find your Mexican ancestors. FamilySearch has partnered with Ancestry.com to enable FamilySearch to add 65 million new records with more than 200 million searchable names. These records are available to the general public through FamilySearch centers and affiliate libraries worldwide. The records are also ...

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  • FamilySearch Opens New FamilySearch Center in Lehi Utah

    Jan 19

    FamilySearch announced that it has opened new FamilySearch Center in Lehi, Utah. It is recommended that visitors create a FamilySearch account before they arrive, in order to get the most out of their experience. The Lehi Utah FamilySearch Center is located at 3201 Garden Drive, in Lehi, Utah. It is equipped with an exciting Discovery Center...

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  • FamilySearch Posted Year in Review Highlights

    Jan 15

    FamilySearch International is the largest genealogy organization in the world. FamilySearch is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. FamilySearch posted a year in review that highlights of their work in 2017. Here are some facts from the highlights: There are 1.2 billion peop...

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  • FamilySearch Introduced FamilySearch Places

    Jan 2

    FamilySearch has introduced a new tool called FamilySearch Places. It is designed to make learning about places easier. The development of the FamilySearch Places tool is ongoing. Some useful features are already available. FamilySearch Places is not an app. Instead, it is part of the FamilySearch website. Visit FamilySearch Places and you ...

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  • Maine’s B-M-D Records 1670-1921

    Dec 29

    Vital records are an very important part to any family research. If you has any ancestors living and near Maine, even when it was part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony beginning beginning in 1652. It was fought over by the French, English and allied natives during the 17th and early 18th centuries, who conducted raids against each other. The state o...

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  • Index for Delaware Marriage Licenses 1683-1894

    Dec 21

    The state of Delaware has a long history going back to colonial times, so it can be invaluable to have a database of marriages dating from 1683 to 1894. Now that doesn't mean all recorded marriages are listed, many records lost over the decades. There does not appear to be many marriage listings for 1683-1700. However, FamilySearch.org has put toge...

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  • FamilySearch Recommends You Sign-In

    Nov 17

    FamilySearch is a non-profit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. It is a free service that is provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. FamilySearch recommends that you sign-in when you use it. Have you used FamilySearch without taking the time to sign-in? It's not unheard of. ...

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  • Where to Find Dutch Records on FamilySearch

    Oct 2

    Do you have Dutch heritage? Your research on your Dutch ancestors may have gotten “stuck” when you tried to find records from before they immigrated. It can also be difficult to find records on your Dutch relatives who still live in the Netherlands. Here is a quick list of where to find Dutch records on FamilySearch. FamilySearch recently...

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  • FamilySearch Stops Microfilm Circulation – What You Need to Know

    Sep 4

    FamilySearch announced that September 7, 2017 marks the closing of an 80-year era of historic records access to usher in a new, digital model. FamilySearch is discontinuing its microfilm circulation services in concert with its commitment to make the world's historic records readily accessible digitally online. Here is what you need to know a...

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  • FamilySearch – End of Sending Microfilm

    Jul 7

    In this digital age, the sending of microfilm to the Family History Centers of the Church of the Latter-Day Saints for individuals to view ends on September 1, 2017. The last date to order a microfilm to be sent is August 31, 2017. How many have used this service of ordering a specific microfilm to continue your research at the Family History Cente...

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