How to Start a Family Tree on FamilySearch: Adding the First Four Generations June 14, 2019

I saw this recently on FamilySearchHow to Start a Family Tree on FamilySearch: Adding the First Four Generations: https://media.familysearch.org/how-to-start-a-family-tree-on-familysearch-adding-the-first-four-generations/. NOTE: this article links to the earlier June 12, 2019 article that I mentioned elsewhere – How to Start a Family Tree on FamilySearch: Adding the First Four Generations June 12, 2019

Summary

Start your family tree on FamilySearch.org. With one link, your small family tree could stretch back hundreds of years! Do it in 4 simple steps.

If you’re ready to get started learning about your family tree, then FamilySearch.org is the perfect place to do it. Opening your own free account is a cinch. Once you have your account set up, you might find yourself wondering, “Now what?”

The best way to get started is to add first four generations of your family. Building your own tree will help you find where you connect to FamilySearch’s global family tree. With one link, your small family tree could suddenly stretch back hundreds of years!

Gathering your family information into a family tree can also help you preserve memories and information about your living family. Besides just entering dates and places into your family tree, you can also upload precious family documents, store photos, or even preserve audio clips.

Creating your own family tree couldn’t be simpler! Here are some steps you can take right now to get started.

Read how to unlock your family tree in 4 quick steps.

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