A popular new year's resolution is to write your personal life story or family history. There's something about the swift passing of the previous year and the fresh dawning of the new year that makes us reflect on where the time has gone and the experiences that have led us to the present. We want to capture it all somehow, but where do we start? Family Search #52Stories can show you how.
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Nearly 80,000 volunteers from around the world participated in the Family Search's Worldwide Indexing Event held October 20-22, 2017. These are the incredible results of that effort.
FamilySearch invites you to participate in the annual Worldwide Indexing Event, October 20–22, 2017. Indexing is easier than ever using the new FamilySearch online indexing tool that doesn’t require you to download any software and lets you index on a computer or tablet.
You used to only have a few options to record your loved one's life story on video. You could hire a company at a very high price- ranging in the hundreds to thousands of dollars. Or, you could flip out your iPhone and get a so-so quality video of your loved one answering questions about their life. But now there's another way.
Whether you’ve indexed before or are new to indexing, FamilySearch invites you to participate in the annual Worldwide Indexing Event October 20–22, 2017.
After years of civil war and a deadly outbreak of Ebola, in Sierra Leone dysfunction spills over every aspect of the country including the preservation of their population records.
The popular conference is expanding to four full days from Feb. 23-March 3.