The 1790 census was the first census taken after the United States became an independent country. These census records may be some of the first records to give information about your early ancestors who lived in the United States. Locating an ancestor in ... read more

A 1790 census record can give you a small snapshot into your 1790 ancestor’s family and lifestyle. Although the handwriting might seem hard to decipher at first, 1790 census forms are simple and can be very easy to navigate. Use this quick guide to ... read more

<![CDATA[ There are over 2.4 million new records and newspapers available to search this Findmypast Friday, including: Hampshire, Portsmouth, Portsea Island Rate Books Search through over a million pages of poor rate books from as early as the 1700 thr... read more

Al aproximarse la época de las fiestas, esperamos con anhelo el gozo de las reuniones familiares, las comidas y las celebraciones compartidas. Ya sea que celebres con regalos debajo del árbol, con zapatos de madera llenos de paja o con una fogata hecha ... read more

President Russel M. Nelson invites you to “enlist in the youth battalion of the Lord to help gather Israel.” Can gathering Israel be as simple as connecting with your past, present, and future family? Yes! Discover, share, and preserve your fa... read more

1. Think about how you want to be remembered. To find prompts to get you started, simply go to the My Family: Stories That Bring Us Together booklet. Capture Your Family Story 2. Write your story for future generations. Use these ideas to spark inspiratio... read more

1. Find names that are ready for the temple. Simply download the FamilySearch Family Tree app on iOS or android. Then click on the temple icon to see who needs ordinances performed. (On an android device, click the 3 bars at the top left, and then click T... read more

1. Learn how to help others. 2. Help someone download the Family Tree and Memories apps. 3. Connect them with their ancestors. Learn about other ways you can discover, share, and preserve your family history today. 4 Easy Ways to Discover Your Ancestors i... read more

1. Share your names that are ready for the temple. It’s easy to do it using the Family Tree app. For iOS, click the temple icon at the bottom of the screen. For android, click the 3 bars at the top left, and then click Temple. Select the ordinances ... read more