FamilySearch Family Tree is seriously huge. With over a billion unique names, it is the largest family tree in the world. Navigating such a large tree to connect with your ancestors can be tricky. We recently added a new feature called “Labels&rdquo... read more

<![CDATA[ Gloucestershire, Bigland’s Monumental Inscriptions Search over 1,500 records of monumental inscriptions recorded in Ralph Bigland’s ‘ Historical, Monumental and Genealogical Collections Relative to the County of Gloucester&#... read more

New archived records are published on FamilySearch every week to help you find your ancestors. This month, millions of new records from France and the United States were published along with millions more from around the world. Search these new free recor... read more

RootsTech, the largest family history conference in the world, teaches attendees about important research skills and useful resources. After RootsTech, return to this page to access content from 8 FamilySearch classes presented at RootsTech 2018. Refresh ... read more

<![CDATA[ Prerogative Court Of Canterbury Administrations 1660-1700 Search over 88,000 transcripts and images of Index slips and related documentation created from original Prerogative Court of Canterbury administrations held by The National Archives a... read more

New archived records from around the world are published on FamilySearch every week to help you find your ancestors. This week, nearly 8 million new records are available from France and more from Sweden, Austria, Montana, Pennsylvania, Luxembourg, and th... read more

<![CDATA[ England & Wales, Electoral Registers 1920 Over 6.7 million records – discover where your ancestors were living in a 1920 census substitute created from out exclusive collection of England & Wales electoral records. These newly index... read more

New archived records from around the world are published on FamilySearch every week to help you find your ancestors. This week, over 2.5 million new church and civil records are available from Brittany, France and more from Peru, Ecuador, Sweden, Germany,... read more

A host of family information is stored in valuable photos, books, newspapers, records, and more that are at risk of being lost. Efforts to preserve and digitally store these resources can save family histories for future generations. Access and Preservati... read more