Use this important tool to help organize and track your research work. Never again will you wonder "Where did I see that?" Research logs document where you search, and what has or has NOT been found. Print your own. .
This article came out of the familysearch/wiki. It is a complete lesson on research logs. Click on the blue/purple links to get more information. This is valuable information well worth the time, but it doesn't have to be learned in one sitting.
World migrations have taken place since the dawn of recorded history. In modern times, sources document these individual migrations. When a person moved from one country to another, the migrant’s first name (aka given name, Christian name, forename) was often translated. Hence, an immigrant went by different first names in his/her home country than in their new country of settlement. What resources are available to unscramble names and determine an immigrant’s name at birth?. . .
There is so much going on in the FamilySearch Library it is hard to tell where to start in getting you up to date. If you haven't been; in the Library, you will be surprised at how nice it looks.
We have a beautiful new reception desk with lots of room, and it is very attractive. We have Bart Weber to thank for this. We have. . .
Researchers will be able to access more than 60 million Irish records are their ...
Letter from the St. George FamilySearch Library Directors:
We have at long last been notified that the final arrival and installation of the new furnishings and technology upgrades planned for our FamilySearch Library will take place over the next few weeks. Therefore, we will close again beginning tomorrow Friday, February 1. It is anticipated that we will reopen on Tuesday, February 19 after President’s Day. Our goal is to be open again as soon as possible, but we will not open until all installations are complete
Classes will begin again in March with the class calendar available when we reopen. Those who have registered for classes will still be listed. We realized that this is both good and bad news for so many of you, but the additions will serve to nearly double the number of patron work stations in the research room and give us three well-equipped classrooms.
We look forward to reopening as soon as possible and to share with you the new installations and improvements offered at our FamilySearch Library. We greatly appreciate your patience and look forward to seeing you again very soon.
Elder and Sister Larkin
Elder and Sister Anderson
Elder and Sister Schenck