How to Use New FamilySearch Correctly
George W. Scott, a new FamilySearch instructor, has written a 66 page manual, How to Use New FamilySearch Correctly, that is free to download and print from his site.
Mormon Genealogy: Family Tree
A fun activity to teach children about their family or Mormon genealogy. This Sharing Time lesson comes with ready to print clipart, making an easy Mormon genealogy activity.
Mormon Genealogy: Journal Pages
These twelve ready to print journal pages are perfect to help children record their personal Mormon genealogy.
Mormon Genealogy: Why Baptize the Dead?
Find out why we do Mormon genealogy, by learning why Mormons do baptisms for the dead in this four part article.
Mormon Genealogy at About.com
Kimberly Powell, the Mormon genealogy guide has hundreds of resources and information such as: Top Ten Mormon Genealogy Mistakes to Avoid, and 50 FREE Ways to Research Family Trees.
Mormon Genealogy Programs
This is a list of the Mormon genealogy guide's top five picks for mormon genealogy programs. Each program supports the requirements for names to be submitted to the temple.
Mormon Genealogy: Visitor's Guide
Find everything you need to know about preparing Mormon genealogy by visiting the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. This articles gives the contact data, resource information and much more.
Mormon Genealogy: Family History Center 101
Learn how to access the vast resources of the Family History Library from your own home town to help with your Mormon genealogy. This five part series from the Mormon genealogy guide has great information.
Mormon Genealogy: About Scrapbooking
Making scrapbooks is a great way to record your personal Mormon genealogy. This site comes with tons of resources and projects.
Mormon Genealogy: FamilySearch
Official Mormon Genealogy site of the LDS Church which is a huge resource. Here you'll find out how to do your Mormon genealogy by searching for ancestors, how to share information, and much more.
Mormon Genealogy at Acadian.org
Dedicated to Acadian/Cajun and Acadian/French Canadian Mormon genealogy. The site provides valuable resources including two CD-ROMs containing Acadian data. Acadian.org is an excellent Mormon genealogy resource if you have any Acadian roots.
Accelerated Mormon Genealogy Research
A directory listing professional genealogists by education, experience, credentials, research specialty, international or U.S. region, and billing rate to help you find the researcher best qualified to help you accomplish your Mormon genealogy.
Advice for Effective Mormon Genealogy Searches
This is another free Mormon genealogy site that asks questions to help create a customized plan on what you might do and where you might look in order to develop your Mormon genealogy more fully.
Mormon Genealogy: Afrigeneas.com
This site is devoted to African American Mormon genealogy, to researching African Ancestry in the Americas, and to finding Mormon genealogical resources.
Mormon Genealogy: Ancestry.com
A huge web site resource for researching your Mormon genealogy including searches, family trees, message boards, and more.
Mormon Genealogy: Bogardi.com
This site, also called Radix, is dedicated to Mormon genealogy research in Hungary. They provide links for professional search services in Hungary and also provides access to a few Hungarian databases.
Cyndi's List of Mormon Genealogy Sites
Constantly being updated, this site contains over 136,200 Mormon genealogy links. Most are categorized and cross-referenced.
Mormon Genealogy: Family History Centers in Utah
Doing Mormon genealogy will be more successful when you visit one of Utah's family history centers. This site gives location, eating facilities, lodging, and more.
Mormon Genealogy Expo Night
This is an example of a schedule for holding a Mormon Genealogy Expo in your ward or stake. It includes information on how to write your own personal histories.
Mormon Genealogy: Family Tree Maker
Discover your family's history, add your Mormon genealogy to the database, post bulletins, search for names, take Mormon genealogy classes and much more.
Mormon Genealogy: Family Tree Searcher
This is a free Mormon genealogy site that makes it easier for people to find their family on the Internet. With it you need to enter your ancestor's information just one time to search multiple sites for family trees.
Mormon Genealogy: Find a Family History Center
These centers provide access to microfilm and microfiche to help people identify their Mormon ancestors. Genealogy enthusiasts are welcome to come to the centers and use these resources, even if they're not researching Mormon genealogy.
Mormon Genealogy Research Associates
A leading provider of professional research, educational products, and innovative genealogical services. This site can help you extend your Mormon genealogy research.
Mormon Genealogy at Genealogy.com
Search through millions of names, create your own family tree online, read Mormon genealogy news, post to message boards, learn great Mormon genealogy tips, and more.
Mormon Genealogy: GenealogyToday.com
Learn what is happening in the Mormon genealogy community and discover tips for researching your family tree. The site is a great source for news on Mormon genealogy, surname queries, family research tips, and more.
Mormon Genealogy: Kindred Konnections
Search for your ancestors, build your family tree, share with your family, search extracted records, and much more. This is an advanced Mormon genealogy research site.
Mormon Genealogy: ObitCentral.com
A collection of obituary notices for the purpose of making them available for Mormon genealogy research. This site has a wealth of information available for individuals who lived in the United States and Canada.
Mormon Genealogy from OneGreatFamily.com
Create or upload your Mormon family tree, search through millions of names, see the genealogy of famous people such as William Shakespeare, Walt Disney, Abraham Lincoln and much more. Also take a look at their Mormon genealogy resources, learning center, fun, and daily survey.
Mormon Genealogy: ProGenealogists.com
A group of professional researchers located near Salt Lake, who have a lot of experience. Consider giving them a try, even if you aren't researching Mormon genealogy, they may be able to find someone you're looking for.
Mormon Genealogy at RootsWeb.com
A site that claims to be, "The oldest and largest FREE Mormon genealogy site, supported by Ancestry.com". Find out how to get started, do extensive searching, join mailing list, and more.
Mormon Genealogy Project
This site contains pre-1900 vital records from all over (90% transcribed from originals). It also contains the 1890 Census Project, Morning Sentinel Newspaper Project, Mormon genealogy resources and much more.