What Kind of Maintenance Do I Need to Do on My Windows PC and/or My Mac?
We recently discovered a popular website with helpful computer based (as well as many other kinds of ) sugestions called "Lifehacker."
The more research I do, the more I find myself wanting to learn not just names, dates and places, but what were my ancestors like. What did they do in their lives? How did they live? What struggles did they have? The following examples illustrate how your heart can embrace your ancestors through research.
My grandfather, Earl Bingaman, died fourteen years before my . . .
It's a great time for our St. George FamilySearch Library. We are finally going to move. Some of the new layout details remain to be completed before we can actually occupy the site, but let me share an overview of the moving process in which we are involved.
Which United States birth, marriage, and death certificates are available online, and how can we locate them fast and free?
December 28, 2012 - FamilySearch added an additional 38.5 million new, free indexed records and images this week to its collection. Notable additions include:
Jen Anderson of FamilySearch writes - "Thank you to all who participated in our first ever “Genealogists Say Thanks” video contest. The results are in, and we have three winners! Congratulations to Krisi Summers, Enrico Filippi, and George Redfield. Click on their videos below and share their stories with your family and friends.
Watch this impressive YouTube video of Pearl Harbor - the event that pushed the U.S. into World War II 71 years ago.
It is short and powerful. As you watch, think of who you should talk to about events in their life before it is too late.
For many reasons watch this and then share it with others.