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The term Family Registry was once used to describe a microfiche containing the names of people researching specific surnames. This was intended to allow persons to contact those who had common research interests. This term is now archaic. This same function is performed by the collaborative email found under the Share tab on the FamilySearch.org website home page.
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{{outdated}} The term Family Registry was once used to describe a microfiche containing the names of people researching specific surnames. This was intended to allow persons to contact those who had common research interests. This term is now archaic. This same function is performed by the collaborative email found under the Share tab on the FamilySearch.org website home page.  
  
To use this feature, one must be a registered member of familysearch.
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To use this feature, one must be a registered member of familysearch.  
  
* Click on the Share tab
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*Click on the Share tab  
* Click on Collaboration E-mail Lists
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*Click on Collaboration E-mail Lists  
* Register if needed otherwise, login
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*Register if needed otherwise, login  
* Create a new e-mail list or search existing e-mail lists
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*Create a new e-mail list or search existing e-mail lists
  
More explanation needed.....
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[[Category:Tracing_LDS_Ancestors]]

Revision as of 15:38, 1 September 2011

The term Family Registry was once used to describe a microfiche containing the names of people researching specific surnames. This was intended to allow persons to contact those who had common research interests. This term is now archaic. This same function is performed by the collaborative email found under the Share tab on the FamilySearch.org website home page.

To use this feature, one must be a registered member of familysearch.

  • Click on the Share tab
  • Click on Collaboration E-mail Lists
  • Register if needed otherwise, login
  • Create a new e-mail list or search existing e-mail lists