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Improve your research skills! Look through the class list below. Choose to attend a class that will offer you new computer skill and/or research methods. The more you learn, the more exciting and effective your research time will be. Plan to take one or more classes every week.
There are three ways to register for a class: 1) online by using the form on the "Calendar" or "Classes" pages; 2) Call the SGFSL at (435)-673-4591; 3) Come into the FSL to the Reception Desk.
This great program is taught this Thursday, May 14, 9:oo-11:00A.M. Class members will learn how to use this program to:
The doorbell rings and you answer it only to find a big box left on your doorstep by a UPS worker. You retrieve the box and set it aside as you are on your way to work for the day, but take a moment to glance at the return address and note it is a distant relative from another part of the country.
FamilySearch indexing is getting a new website! This new site is a step toward improving your experience as an indexer or arbitrator and will help improve quality as we continue to serve an ever-increasing number of volunteers.
The new website will also set the groundwork for . . .
by Nathan W. Murphy
Which United States source is most likely to reveal the hometown of a German immigrant? Dr. Roger P. Minert has reached some interesting conclusions. They might surprise you.
Dr. Minert, who is in charge of the German family history courses at Brigham Young University, has spent many years studying German Americans and documenting their immigrant origins. From his vast experience, he has . . .
by Nathan W. Murphy of FamilySearch
Several readers posted questions after my initial post “I Have My Family Tree Back to Adam and Eve” in which Robert C. Gunderson, Senior Royalty Research Specialist, writing in 1984, had stated that it is not possible for someone alive today to document a pedigree back to Adam and Eve. Readers asked . . .
If Your Research Seems to be Going Nowhere, Take the Land and Probate Class and learn how to find more names and information.
Saturday, May 11 at 9:00 A.M. in the Class Room is the Land and Probate Class. A person's estate file may hold the answers to many family questions. It often has family names and a listing of the belongings of the deceased which often includes land records.
Probate and land records often lead to the names of . . .
All Consultants, High Priest Group Leaders, and other Priesthood leaders are encouraged to attend this class to gain a clear understanding of their calling and stewardship, to increase their testimony of the work, and to learn how to access and use needed resources. An optional binder containing helpful guides and information is available to class members. Come learn how to magnify your calling by implementing family history in your ward.