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Help URL[edit | edit source]

https://familysearch.org/ask/salesforce/viewArticle?urlname=Using-the-Help-Center-in-FamilySearch-and-Family-Tree-1381815109006&lang=en


How to reserve ordinances for an ancestor born within the last 110 years[edit | edit source]

https://familysearch.org/ask/salesforce/viewArticle?urlname=Process-for-110-year-Temple-Request&lang=en


Family History - Home of the SEARCHY! by Ron Ray[edit | edit source]

Visit the Family History Websites the Pros Use- All offer free information[edit | edit source]

http://www.eaglequestpro.com/share/index.php


Relative Finder (see who you are related to)[edit | edit source]

https://www.relativefinder.org/


Findagrave Website[edit | edit source]

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi


Create A Fan Chart[edit | edit source]

https://treeseek.com/


Riverton Familysearch Library[edit | edit source]

https://familysearch.org/wiki/en/Riverton_FamilySearch_Library


Fast Accurate Research Helps:
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Fast Accurate Research -Affiliate and Other Genealogy Websites
Compiled by Van Celaya FastAccurateResearch@gmail.com

1 http://FamilySearch.org – START with this
2 http://familysearch.org/partneraccess – or use “FamilySearch”, “sign in” and click on Partners (you might have to use the wiki)
3 http://Puzzilla.org – instead use Family Search “Decendency View”
4 http://RootsMapper.com – try using together with the next link
5 http://www.FallingRain.com/world -list of all cities and towns in the world
6 http://CreateFan.com or http://treeseek.com – use Fan Chart, but also “Source Tracker”
7 http://RecordSeek.com – How to add “Tree Connect” to your Browser
8 http://GenealogyInTime.com – Good Research
9 http://Chroniclingamerica.loc.gov AND http://Newspapers.com (use browse feature)
10 http://MillionShort.com – Good Research
11 http://SearchEngineColossus.com – Find Country Specific Search Engines
12 http://archives.utah.gov/research/guides/index.html -example:Searching State’s Archives
13 http://abish.byui.edu/specialCollections/index.cfm -BYU special collections
14 http://SortedByName.com – Search Social Security Death Index (more than SS #’s)
15 http://Google.com/images – Find and Upload Pictures of Ancestors
16 http://www.linkpendium.com/ -Find Links to your Family Name
17 http://Familysearch.org/campaign/pioneers#/ -Any Handcart Pioneers?
18 http://familysearch.org/campaign/myancestorsobituaries – NEW
19 http://FindARecord.com – QUICK Way to Find Ordinances
20 http://Roots-fb.cs.byu.edu – RELATIVE FINDER -who are you related to?


Fast Accurate Research – Genealogy Websites
List of helpful websites for research:
(there are many more, so please email ones that you find, and I will include them here)

1. http://www.granitegenealogytraining.blogspot.com -great link for genealogy training
2. https://www.startpage.com/-safe browser, and advanced search option
3. http://www.ancestralheroes.com/ -military, war records
4. http://www.olddeathrecords.org/ -death, including some newspapers
5. http://www.gendexnetwork.org/ -Genealogy Index from MyHeritage
6. http://www.searchforancestors.com/google/searcher.html – Google Training Use
7. http://www.cemeterycensus.com/ -source of some cemeteries
8. http://www.sog.org.uk/ -society of Genealogists in England
9. http://www.sardallas.org/GENEALOGYSITES.htm – good source of links
10. http://www.stevemorse.org -lots of links, with great sourses
11. http://www.immigrantships.net -lots of information about different ships and more
12. http://www.naghs.org/ -National Archives, Libraries, Historical & Genealogical
13. http://www.intute.ac.uk -Helping you find the best websites for study and research
14. http://Nitropdf.com AND http://Free-OCR.com – For PDF and Other Picture Documents
15. https://www.tengenchart.com/– another charting program


Google Guide
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http://www.googleguide.com/advanced_operators_reference.html