My Uncle Ray died in World War II before I was born. But I got to know him through the keepsakes and memories in Grandma's attic.>Read More
Reading foreign records is a barrier to most peoples’ family history research, and it surely is in mine. I was discouraged until I read the words of the Apostle Paul.By Carol Kostakos Petranek
Researchers can find libraries that hold needed information no matter where they start their search.
When it comes to doing genealogy, there are days I wish I could be Superman. Think what a genealogist could do with such super powers!By James W. Petty, AG, CG
Archive includes rough draft of first scouting handbook.By BYU Media Relations
RootsTech recently concluded with nearly 13,000 people in attendance. That said, more people need to get acquainted with the growing offering of activities and opportunities in family history.
Three days + speakers + exhibits + new developments = RootsTech 2014!By Carol Kostakos Petranek
I have experienced the blessings of my small efforts in family history and temple work in profound ways in my personal life. I have also seen those blessings evidenced repeatedly in the lives of those I know.By Darla Isackson
I’ve heard it said, “My decision is my own business. I’m not hurting or affecting anyone but me.” That is a lie of serious proportions.By Larry Barkdull
FamilySearch.org teams with major genealogy companies to index billions of recordsBy The LDS Newsroom