The free genealogy website FamilySearch.org has added 20 new languages since August, becoming the world’s largest genealogical service available to anyone in 30 total languages.
The world’s largest family celebration event is back for a 10-year anniversary. You won’t want to miss this epic gathering of photo organizers, storytellers, and family historians from around the globe who come together to help you discover and celebrate your story.
The year 2019 saw incredible advancements in all these areas. Here’s a quick look at what FamilySearch has been up to in 2019 and what’s coming in 2020
RootsTech Family Discovery Day is a one-day free event at the RootsTech family history conference in Salt Lake City, designed to help Latter-day Saints discover and celebrate their family heritage
Want to do genealogy but don’t have a lot of time? No problem! Genealogy is made easy with these quick activities from FamilySearch. Learn more about yourself and your family history in just a few minutes.
With the new blog country heritage pages, FamilySearch wants to reach people wherever they are and provide fun, engaging experiences while they learn more about where they came from.
Maybe you didn’t realize it, but you are living your family history every day. The small and big moments that are happening in your life make up your own story. Yours is the family history of future generations.
Explore different ideas about how to start your family history
RootsTech London family history conference included an evening with Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife on Saturday, October 26 and another one on October 25.
This page includes all General Conference talks, Leadership Training and RootsTech training sessions for member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints about Family History that I have found.
There are several recent posts in the FamilySearch Blog about genealogy (family history) for Mexico. I am listing 10 of them here with a short introduction.
May 24, 1999, marked the 20 year anniversary of FamilySearch.org. Twenty years ago, global nonprofit FamilySearch launched an innovative new website, a free internet genealogy service. Two decades later, FamilySearch is a leader in the rising tide of popular ancestry-related services online.
These are all the feeds from the FamilySearch Blog