In over 4,500 family history centers operated around the world by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the fabric of humanity is being woven together as volunteers compile and record important dates and information about those who have died. These records are then made publicly accessible.
While the reach of genealogy is as vast as humankind itself (the Church’s website FamilySearch.org currently holds over three billion records and grows daily), family history work also functions on the local level. Church members accumulate and save the stories and photos of their ancestors and record their own stories for their own posterity, thereby linking generations who would otherwise not know each other.
Getting Started in Genealogy (Help Center Link to lessons in FamilySearch)
Registering for FamilySearch
Uploading memories to FamilySearch (pictures, video, audios, documents)
Using the Help Feature on FamilySearch
How is FamilySearch Wiki different from other Wikis?
It is genealogy based. A free, online genealogy and family history guide that lists websites, provides research strategies, and suggests records and resources to help you find ancestors from all over the world.