|Family History Handouts|
|Family History Basics
What is 4 Generations?
Where Are You in Your Family History?
"A Member's Guide . . ."
"A Member's Guide . . ." Blessings and Promises *
"A Member's Guide . . ." Test *
"A Member's Guide. . ." Test - ANSWERS *
Family History Handouts
10 Ways to Feel the Spirit of Redeeming the Dead
30 Ways to Become Aquainted with Your Ancestors *
A Guide to Research - Internet
A Guide to Research - LDS
A Guide to Research - United States
A List of Sources *
The Eternal Family Through Christ (explanation)
FamilySearch Questionnaire *
Good and Better Sources
I Need Help!
LDS Family History Resources
Learn, Teach, Testify *
Questions and Answers about Family History *
The Research Process *
Sources in PAF
Suggested Study (scriptures for family history) *
Username and Password Card for FamilySearch.com
Ways to Get Personal Ancestral File (PAF)
What am I looking for?
What Records Should I Search?
Family Group Sheet (LDS) *
List of Documents
Names to Submit
Patriarchal Blessing Request form
Pedigree Chart (LDS) *
Pedigree Chart (Simple 4 generations)
Phone Call Record
Record of Research
Research Log (LDS) *
Research Plan 1
Research Plan 2
Family History Centers
Family History Center Locations
Springville Family History Center *
Where Is The. . . ?
Family History Center Training Book
Training Book Part 1
Training Book Part 2
Theses three forms fit into the Family History Center
Training Book in between part 1 and part 2
Pedigree Chart (LDS)
Family Group Sheet (LDS)
(print 2 Family Group Sheets for the book)
Research Log (LDS)
10 Common Mistakes
Darth Vadar and FamilySearch comic
Family History Does a Body Good *
Genealogists' Thirteen Articles of No Faith
You Know You're Addicted to Genealogy . . .
Family History Class
Family History Class Outline
Sharpening Your Skills
What's Wrong With this Family Group Sheet?
(Find all the mistakes and circle them in red.)
Old German Type and Handwriting
(Go to page 3 and see if you can write your name using the german script.)
* Handout also included in the Family History Training Book