Family group records collection; patrons section, 1962-1977

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1988-1990, 2003-2004
596 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.


Consists of family group records received by the Genealogical Department from 1962-1977 as part of the L.D.S. Church's Three Generation and Four Generation record submission programs.

Arranged alphabetically by husband's name when known, and by wife's name when name of husband is unknown. If there is more than one record with the same filing name then they are arranged by birth/christening date.

In many instances several records have been submitted for the same family unit. Comparison of these records will sometimes reveal discrepancies.

When searching these films if you do not find the family you want please check the earlier filming of these records as some of the family group sheets could be missing from the books when this current filming was done. Records that were submitted during 1978 and 1979 are not included in this filming because they were not interfiled with these records now being filmed. They are included in the record which has the title "Family group records collection; patrons section, 1962-1979". There are 61 reels of films for these years beginning with film # 1281028 and ending with film #1281089.

"St." is alphabetized as "Saint."



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