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The Sacred Background to a Sacred Work
With the popularity of elder Wayne Brickey's recent series of class, hehs been asked to do another series. This time there will be six classes under the title of The Sacred Background to a Sacred Work.
Each class will be held on consecutive Wednesdays (except when the Library is closed for Thanksgiving) from 10:00 - 11:30 am.
To see a brief description of each of the six classes, click on "Read More" below
Why Search Among the Cemetery Tombstones and Records?
Gravestones and Cemetery Records Can Be Excellent Genealogy Sources for the following possible information: .
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The Library of Congress wants your family Halloween photos from 2014.
Are you photographing hayrides, haunted houses, parades, or trick-or-treating this year with adorable children and grandchildren? The Library of Congress wants you! (And I hope someday the American Folklife Center (AFC) will want vintage family photographs of Halloween like the one above.)
Between 22 October and 5 November, the American Folklife Center invites people to . . .
Thank s to Ancestry.com Posted by Jessica Murray on October 24, 2014 in
Will the up coming holiday season offer the opportunities you have been wanting to gather family information and stories you have hoped to gather? the following information might be just what you need to be ready.
Between the Leaves, Family History Month
Most of our family history research starts with oral history, the stories passed down from generation to generation. It’s important to capture these moments – whether by recording them or . . .
You may not remember this little ditty that was first sung by Lonzo and Oscar in 1947 and later by Homer and Jethro, and many other folks afterwards? I Am My Own Grandpa is a bit of a mind-bender for any genealogist. It is a fun thought to think that someone could make up such a song, but families can possibly have some interesting twists somewhat like this song. Click on the white arrow and enjoy the fun. (YouTube videos cannot be viewed in an LDS facility.)
After recently hearing this entertaining "Genealogy" song, we thought you would enjoy it too.
Click on the video player below to view and listen to this song. Also, see the lyrics below.
Findmypast - Largest Online Collection of Parish Records from England and Wales
Everything you need to know about our Parish Records -from Findmypast Blog
Parish records are those made by the church after a law passed in 1538 in England and Wales that required all baptisms, marriages and burials to be recorded in the parish register. With religion being such an integral part of daily life during this period, they can offer a fascinating window into British life from the Tudor period on-wards. . .
October 9, 2014 By Emma Young
Thanks in part to pandits, FamilySearch has dramatically increased the number of online images of genealogy and family history information available for India.
Over one million new images are now available online through two new collections: India, Hindu Pilgrimage Records, 1194–2013, and India, Jharkhand, B. Deoghar, Singh Darwaja, Pandit Dharam Rakshni Sabha, Marriage Records, 1958–2013 (consider clicking each of these two links for interesting information.).
To learn what a "Pandit" is, click "Read More."
Heritage adds millions of Nordic records:
This article was published last December and more records have been added, but since many of our patrons need access to these records, we wanted to share this information with the opportunity of actually accessing it.
We’re delighted to announce that you can now search millions of digitized Nordic records from Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland from as early as the 1600s so you can discover your Nordic roots and learn more about how your ancestors lived.
The collections contain over 90 million names and include birth, death, marriage and baptism records, as well as census and many more records. This is in addition to . . .