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Ward and Stake Consultant Training
This is a three part class. By Booking the first session,
you will automatically be register for all three sessions.
Come be part of the new Family History Consultant Training!
The St. George FamilySearch Library, at 162 N. 400 E. Bldg. B., 2nd floor has been selected as a pilot location for the new Family History Consultant training. Come join us and learn how to be effective in this special calling.
This important three session class is for all consultants and priesthood leaders
Space is limited, so reserve your seat today at www.genealogynow.org or click on "Class" above or on the "Book a Class" button. Remember, for this class only, booking the first class in the series books all three sessions.
Fold3, a Popular Subscription Site, is Free at the SGFSL
June 11, 2014 by Trevor
Whether you’re browsing the records on Fold3 just to take a look around or browsing to find information on a specific person, this method of online exploration can broaden your understanding of a conflict period and give context to records about your ancestors.
Saving Your Family History Securely in the Cloud
August 25, 2014 By Karen Hanna
Scott Allen from the Utah Education Network, recently took his audience at the 2014 BYU Family History Conference into the mysterious realms of the “Cloud” and explained what that means. Technically, the Wikipedia defines the cloud as a “model of networked enterprise storage where data is stored not only in the user’s computer, but in virtualized pools of storage which are generally hosted by third parties, too.” . . .
Michelle Detwiler from Legacy News
With red-haired pigtails and freckles, six-year-old Barbie stood up while the first graders were learning about the Pilgrims and said, "ALL my ancestors came over on the Mayflower!" Little Linda Page thought about it while walking home from George Ellery Hale Elementary in Pasadena, CA. By the time she got home she was crying full-force. Her mother asked what happened and Linda Page explained . . .
August 19, 2014 By Irinna Danielson
My family is all about food. Whether it’s a big birthday party, a baby shower, or a simple, Sunday get together, everyone comes with the unspoken expectation of eating lots of delicious food. We eat, we laugh, we catch up on what everyone has been up to lately, and then we lounge around – often in silence.
Does this sound familiar? . . .
August 18, 2014 By Steve Anderson
FamilySearch.org has billions of records. You have a lot of ancestors. It would probably take a long time to search our collections for each name on your family tree.
With a new feature called “Record Hints,” we do a lot of the searching for you so you don’t have to. . .
August 11, 2014 By Janell Vasquez
We are getting closer to the launch of the new indexing program! The beta test is well underway, and when it’s complete, the launch will not be far behind!
Here are a few more features* that you can look forward to when the program becomes available. . .
August 19, 2014 By Katie Gale
Occasionally, you may run into a situation in your research where an indexed record on FamilySearch.org does not have an image available or the image is available only on another website. You may wonder why that happens. If the index was created by volunteers, shouldn’t the information be available for free? . . .
August 18, 2014 By Todd Powell
FamilySearch Memories allows you to take photos, record stories, and make audio recordings without having to first navigate to a person. You can take photos or make recordings and indicate later who is in the photos or stories. This is great for capturing a special moment at a family gathering, making digital copies of the photos from a family album, or recording a family member telling stories. With this app, you can do the following: