Learn how using the combination of FamilySearch.org together with Ancestry.com can be a very powerful genealogical research strategy to help you find more records, ancestors, cousins, and clues for your family tree. Whether you have a subscription at Ancestry or not, this genealogy research can work with their free guest
Genealogy enthusiasts should be aware of these hidden tools and benefits of researching your family history on FamilySearch. FamilySearch.org is one of the most important resources to a family history buff. It is chocked full of clues, records, and information. In this episode, I’ll show you how to maximize your
NEW! The Trifecta Strategy uses 3 to the Third Power to solve your brick walls. It uses Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.org and one other genealogy repository of your choice (like FindMyPast.com or MyHeritage.com). Breakdown those brick walls with this new strategy. The Trifecta Strategy is designed to keep you focused on a
Watch Your Ancestors on FamilySearch! Ancestry.com, MyHeritage, FindMyPast, and all other users, YOU’LL WANT TO SEE THIS TOO! In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to “watch” your ancestors and get email notifications with this very simple, yet powerful tool on FamilySearch.org. Whether you’re on FamilySearch or not, you’ll want
Can you download your family tree from FamilySearch.org? Can you upload your FamilySearch tree to Ancestry.com? Can you sync your family trees between Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org? I get these questions a lot. I also get questions about how to sync your family tree between Family Tree Maker software and FamilySearch.
In this video, I show you my five favorite ways to do genealogy research in 2020 on the totally free website FamilySearch.org, but I also show you how I use these FamilySearch tools together to maximize your results. Connie’s Method for Using FamilySearch.org First pick a primary location for your