Profile cover photo
Profile photo
FamilySearch
11,655 followers -
Helping you discover your family history.
Helping you discover your family history.

11,655 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Indexed records are one of the great marvels inspired by God to assist in the effort to gather His family. As a temple and family history consultant, you can play a key role in helping others learn to index those records that enable discovery experiences…

Post has attachment
What subjects did you excel at in school? Which were hardest for you? Use #52Stories to help record your personal history: http://bit.ly/2iEwH8P 38/52
Photo

Post has attachment
Descargar materiales del evento. 8.5” x 11” G 8.5” x 11” L A4 G A4 L 575 x 600 G 575 x 600 L  

Post has attachment
Material zur Veranstaltung herunterladen. 8.5” x 11” G 8.5” x 11” L A4 G A4 L 575 x 600 G 575 x 600 L  

Post has attachment
Baixar o material do evento. 8.5” x 11” G 8.5” x 11” L A4 G A4 L 575 x 600 G 575 x 600 L  

Post has attachment
Scarica il materiale dell’evento. 8.5” x 11” G 8.5” x 11” L A4 G A4 L 575 x 600 G 575 x 600 L  

Post has attachment
If you’re looking for ancestors from your Dutch heritage, you’re in luck! FamilySearch has recently published millions of records (51 million to be exact) from the Netherlands, making it easier than ever to trace your Dutch roots. These new records have…

Post has attachment
Do you have ancestors from the Netherlands? If so, an incredible resource is now available to increase your chances of success in your family history research. New records that can help you find your Dutch ancestors are searchable on FamilySearch.org for…

Post has attachment
In the Netherlands, historical records are kept in public archives. Increasingly, archives are digitizing and indexing these records, and then publishing the resulting scans and indexes online as open data that is free for reuse. FamilySearch collaborates…

Post has attachment
What exactly does an alnager do? Back in the 13th century, these officials were responsible for inspecting and measuring woolen cloth. That’s just one example of strange or extinct occupations that you might not have heard of before . . . or have you? Test your knowledge of these odd jobs and see how many you can get right. Which of these unusual occupations have you come across in your genealogy research? http://bit.ly/2ffb2Qt
Photo
Wait while more posts are being loaded