Tuesday, January 8, 2013

I Don't Know Why FamilySearch Keeps This Part A Secret

OK, it's not a secret. But it's darn hard to find, and it's (in my humble opinion) the best part of the FamilySearch Wiki. It's this page, full of sources for finding your ancestors:(Using Washington State as an example here). If you knew you ancestors lived in Washington you could use this page to identify every possible source of information. Methodically search through each section.
More of my thoughts below the photos.

On the home page is list all countries >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
What you have on this page is a complete set of resources for finding your ancestors. If you went through each of these on a Washington ancestor you are likely to find information you are looking for.
To get here go to the Wiki via learn > click list all countries > work your way to the State you are looking to research in (Washington for example) You then find all of the resources for that state.

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