Payson Utah Family History Center

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Payson Family History Center

The Payson Family History Center is located in the "Old Seminary building" kitty corner from the town swimming complex. People of all ages-young and old- are invited to learn how to find your roots or discover your family history. Knowledgeable consultants are here to guide and answer questions. Our services are provided free to the public. A nominal fee is charged for copies.

Center Contacts and Hours

Location & Map 590 South Main St Payson UT 84651-2549 United States

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Phone: 801 465 1349


Open Hours:

Monday 9:00am - 3:00pm

Tuesday 9:00am - 3:00pm

Wednesday 9:00am - 8:00pm

Thursday 9:00am - 3:00pm

Friday 9:00am - 12:00pm                                   
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Evening hours can be reserved for groups and classes by calling the FHCenter during open hours.



Calendar and Events

Upcoming Events

Other Events

Presentation Schedule

Temple and Family History Consultant Training for all consultants in Payson, Utah

Temple and Family History Consultant Training every 2nd Sunday of each month. Basic family history training starting at 6:00 PM and advanced starting at 7:00 PM. If you are a Temple and Family History Consultant, you are welcome to come to this training.

Email and let us know that you are coming.

Center Resources


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Databases and Software

  • FHC Portal
  • Arkiv Digital-Swedish Research Database

Hardware and Equipment

15 computers

2 black and white printers

1 Lexmark color printer/scanner to scan pictures/documents to family tree

Kodak PC 80 Scanner with Flat Bed (1000 pictures scanned in one hour)!
2 projectors with screens

2 microfilm readers

2 microfiche readers

Center Services

Staff Research Specialties

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Temple and Family History Consultant Specialties



(1st week, 3rd week, 5th week)Ron Knudsen- FamilySearch and Intermediate Indexing

Karen Webber-FamilySearch and

Phil Webber-FamilySearch and


(3rd,4th,)Bill & Yvonne Gronberg- Swedish Research

(1st, 2nd )Jay Deeben-Family Search and Census Records 1850-1940

( 1st, 2nd )Mike Pezzillo-FamilySearch



Louana Bailey-Temple and FamilySearch, indexing and Swedish Research

David and Laurie Perkins-Teaching Beginners

Linda Boice-Temple and FamilySearch, merging, memories

(summer months) Lauren Tanner-


Jean and Richard Anderson- Indexing, Memories and Photos



Deborah Bell-FamilySearch,, English research

Virginia Temple-FamilySearch, Roots Magic, Indexing

Ramona Thun-


Cheryl Brown

Marty Stalcup-general information

Ginny Taylor- basic general research


Susan Tuckett

June Call

Tom Gregory- New York City and New Jersey Intermediate and Advanced Research, FamilySearch,

Research in Alsace Lorraine, France & Czechoslovakian research plus any U.S. Research


Dan Hoyt- Indexing, census research, familysearch family tree

Weldon Hill



Brother and Sister Bronson

Brother and Sister Bascom

Brother and Sister Callister


Joyce and Alan Jensen


Shirley Mullin

By Appointment:

Randy Bronson-Swedish Research

Janice Peay-Danish and Norwegian Research

Resources in the Local Area

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Volunteer at the Center

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