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A benefit to you as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a free subscription to the following family history websites. Using your subscriptions, you will be able to search more records, discover more about your ancestors, and make connections.
Why Family History?
Family history is more than a hobby; it’s an activity that blesses both the living and the dead. Connecting generations with the blessings of the temple serves ancestors, safeguards individuals, and strengthens families.
Online Resources Make It Easy
Success is at your fingertips and is available in the comfort of home. Cutting-edge technology makes family history wireless, paperless, and portable. It’s so convenient to participate.
What Is FamilySearch?
FamilySearch is the name used by the Church to describe its family history efforts, products, and services. FamilySearch.org is the primary website where you can discover, preserve, and share your family history and submit names to the temple.
A service to all at no cost
Billions of global records
FamilySearch centers worldwide
Free online community support
Technology sharing between FamilySearch and these major partners multiplies offerings, provides deeper and broader research, and combines the unique assets of each partner to best benefit you, the patron.
Ancestry offers billions of global historical records and integration with FamilySearch Family Tree. The website is available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Swedish.Join for free
Specializing in the United Kingdom and its many historical colonies, with records going back to AD 875, Findmypast is available in English only.Join for free
MyHeritage provides family tree tools, unique matching technologies, and billions of historical records in over 42 languages.Join for free
American Ancestors focuses on American family history, from 17th-century colonial New England through 21st-century immigration research.Join for free
Filae is a prime resource for accessing French archives and tracing French ancestors. Search more than 150 million indexed images and billions of records.Join for free
Geneanet focuses on continental Europe, with over 7 billion indexed individuals, 600,000 online trees, and a search engine available in multiple languages.Join for free