Family Search Adds 25 Million More Records

by | Jul. 15, 2011

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is passionate about family history and genealogy work. And while some Mormon genealogy work does have its uniquely Mormon elements (such as the work done in Mormon temples), much of Mormon genealogy efforts go far beyond the bounds of our faith. Many Latter-day Saints involved in genealogy spend a combined total of thousands upon thousands of hours to transfer myriad microfilm records to a digital format. These records are then available to anyone and everyone at Family Search.

Recently, 25 million more records from 16 different countries were added to 55 different collections on the Family Search website.

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