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I do it!!!!1
io raccolgo genealogie solo di individui ( maschi e femmine ) col mio cognome
Google Translate - Italian to English: I only collect genealogies of individuals (male and female) with my surname1
I am happy for my family in family search.0
How does one enable my tree to be found by others - working on the same lines???? Every thing is open, but no one can read my work~
Is it because I have not downloaded to Family Search?? Don Spence - I'm stumped!0
All account holders can view anyone who is deceased. Those living individuals you may have entered in your account are only available to you.0
Buenas tardes ☺️.
Gracias, gracias, gracias.0
Hi, Can someone kindly tell me how I can transfer my Family Tree on Ancestry.com.au, to FamilySearch please? ☺️1
Check out these Help Center articles for instructions:
How do I upload my GEDCOM file?
How do I copy information from my GEDCOM file into Family Tree?
You will need to compare each person in your GEDCOM one at time to those potentially already in the FamilySearch Family Tree.0
i am trying to help another member work on his tree how do i go aout doing that0
How to upload my Ancestry.com DNA results onto my Family Search tree??0
You cannot upload DNA results to FamilySearch. You can upload a Memory or include a note on a profile saying a person has been DNA tested. However note that no-one else can see the profiles of living people.0
Gern würd' ich - als längst mit Konto angemeldeter - zB solche Familien zu kleinen Stammbäumen zusammenfügen :
"Deutschland Heiraten, 1558-1929", database, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VC1P-MWQ : 13 July 2021), Matthias Bodecke, 1701.
Es ist schade, dass dies anscheinend nur dem FS-Team vorbehalten ist.
Dann Könnt' ich sie weiter mit Katalog-Daten verknüpfen, in diesem Fall p.e. mit https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS8L-Y9C1-W?i=1187&cat=250196
Just wondering if you ever give personal lessons for someone who needs to
fill in research skill gaps?
I have just received an email purporting to be from FamilySearch, asking if I can help review and attach a record - United States, Social Security Numerical Identification Files (NUMIDENT), 1936-2007 - and providing a link button that says "Review Hint".
I'm leery about clicking on any unsolicited link, although this email certainly seems legit, from the email address it's from "[email protected]" to this tagline at the end:
"This email was sent to: <my email>
This email was sent by: FamilySearch
A service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
You are receiving this email because you created a FamilySearch account or used a FamilySearch tool or service.
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Are you able to confirm that this email is from FamilySearch and that the link is legitimate or if not, would you please forward this question to someone who can.
Yes, that email is from FamilySearch. You can control what kind of emails you receive and turn off receiving these attaching hint emails. Please visit the notification settings of your account and adjust as you feel appropriate for you: https://www.familysearch.org/identity/settings/notifications0
I sent a comment but unsure if it actually was received.0
Maybe my comment was too long. I need assistance with indexing/reviewing batches. Where do I go for direct assistance?
How do I receive a copy of Family Tree Magazine?0
For Indexing Support, please visit the FamilySearch Community - Indexing.
Family Tree Magazine is a company that is not associated with FamilySearch.0