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Revision as of 17:57, 5 April 2014


Finding Ancestral Names for Temple Work and Information About Them


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Learn how to use the new 'Family Tree' link on FamilySearch.org to find names of ancestors who need Temple ordinances. We will present ways we can learn about them from family members, online submitted family trees and census records. The new photos, stories and sourcing features of 'family tree' will be used to illustrate ways to enrich our understanding and strenghten our feelings toward our ancestors.


Date
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Date
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April 10

1:00 PM April 13 6:30 PM
May 8 1:00 PM May 18 6:30 PM
June 19 1:00 PM June 15 6:30 PM
July 10 1:00 PM July 13 6:30 PM
Aug 14 1:00 PM Aug 10 6:30 PM



Call to register at 310 474-9990