Does this exist at FHL?
My family is the eldest son and daughter line of the family. When my gray grandmother passed away my family donated over 75,000 banker boxes of records to the family research library in Salt Lake City, Utah. These boxes contained the wills, proof birth and marriage and personal journals of every member of our family line going back 2,000 years. They hired a company that is transcribing these records into their system and are still working on it. She even donated a copy of Jeseus of Navareths travel journal, he was nephew of Herod and his grandfather was King David. Herod took control of the kingdom and Joseph became a spice merchant. Jesus spent 40 days traveling but 40 yrs building his family’s business into the largest in the world itstretched from China to wester Africa’s Mali for its Indigo and produce to Turkey’s Mt Ararat for it’s ice Egypt for its candied dates and cotton, Malaysia for it’s spices and China for its silks and fireworks (rudimentary version of what was to come later. They used Mossada as their headquarters because of the value of his products. Having his family the Wealthiest in the known world he began to feel growing sense of guilt. He was essence like the robbers Barron’s of the US gilded age and so he began visiting the poor and tried to help them and began by telling them about all the people he had met. He met the Dali lama in Tibet, where they argued over their beliefs as friends. He saw the many interpretations that world had and talked the leaders of the many nations he visited
Can I get any verification of the existence of the above collection that is referenced in the above message?
HI @Gregg L
To verify what may have been donated to the Family History Library in Salt Lake by one of your ancestors, please contact the Library directly. We do have a knowledge article that explains how to donate information to the Library.
The phone number for the library as well as an email address and physical address are provided in the article.
In addition, you will find a section that explains how to find materials that you have donated. If you know specifics about the donations, or have contact with the family member who actually made the donation, you might be able to get some direction about which materials might have been accepted.
We hope this information is helpful and that you will give the library a call if you can direct their personnel to some of the information that was donated. Here is their phone number for your convenience: 1 (801) 240-18550