Family History is for young and old! Check out these new features at FamilySearch.org // I love using this website for researching my family #genealogy

Family History is for young and old! Check out these new features at FamilySearch.org // I love using this website for researching my family #genealogy

The search tool, free of charge and available in French and in English, leads to genealogy and family history databases hosted by federal, provincial or territorial archives centres and libraries, or by other partners.

The search tool, free of charge and available in French and in English, leads to genealogy and family history databases hosted by federal, provincial or territorial archives centres and libraries, or by other partners.

What Do I Enter Into My Family Tree? Resolving Conflicting Evidence - If you've been doing family history for any length of time, you've come across conflicting evidence. Family names spelled different ways in different records. Ages and birthplaces varying wildly from census to census. That inevitably leads to the question - what do I enter in my family tree? Join Crista Cowan for a look at recording and resolving conflicting evidence.

What Do I Enter Into My Family Tree? Resolving Conflicting Evidence - If you've been doing family history for any length of time, you've come across conflicting evidence. Family names spelled different ways in different records. Ages and birthplaces varying wildly from census to census. That inevitably leads to the question - what do I enter in my family tree? Join Crista Cowan for a look at recording and resolving conflicting evidence.

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