by Rachel Coleman Knowing, recording, and preserving your family history directly impacts you, your family, and even future generations of people you may never know. Find out how and why family history matters.
by Annie Merrell Have you ever made it to the end of the day and wondered, “Where did all my time go?” Does family history frequently get pushed down on your to do list? Are you looking for simple ways to connect with your past and dive into the fun of family history? If you […]
Everyone loves family history—many just don’t know it yet. Who isn’t interested in knowing who they are, where they came from, or what fascinating stories about their family are waiting to be discovered? That is what family history is all about, and indexing is a big part of it. You’ve got the passion and drive to […]
Effective immediately, prices for the popular family history booklet, My Family: Stories That Bring Us Together, have been reduced in many countries. For example in the United States, the cost of the booklet is now 50 cents. Check lds.org/store to find pricing in your country. This booklet is currently available in 40 languages. It has […]
Have you been watching this season of Who Do You Think You Are? The folks at findmypast (one of FamilySearch’s partners) have collaborated with the creators of the show to bring you an exciting, free experience that helps you build your own Who Do You Think You Are? story. Bring your family story to life […]
The RootsTech Content Committee is calling for dynamic presentations for RootsTech 2015 that inform and educate both those seeking to begin and those continuing to discover their family story through technology. Presentation submissions will be accepted June 2 to June 27, 2014, through the Call for Presentations portal on RootsTech.org. Presentations will be accepted for […]
There is a gap between how we have done family history in the past and how it will be done in the future. The old…how we have done family history in the past. We used to write a lot. We used to read newspapers and magazines to get our information. To gather records for our […]