This is really the same thing as the previous post, but just a different statement by FamilySearch.
This probably doesn't mean much to any who does not go to the Family History Library regularly. But it has a huge impact on the volunteers and research consultants working at the Library.
FamilySearch provides a researched family history to visiting dignitaries from time to time. I think it is also a really good idea.
I am impressed with the response to the Photos section of the FamilySearch.org website. It adds a lot to the information available. I just wish there was a way to eliminate duplicates put in by others and also that the program required some sort of explanation about where the photos came from and how definite the identifications are.
This is a must read post for anyone who is working with FamilySearch Family Tree. I appreciate the clear explanation about the status of living people in the Family Tree.
FamilySearch Adds More Than 352,000 Indexed Records and Images to Collections from Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and the United States
This is a weekly message and the fact that these announcements get very little attention is an indication of the extent to which we have become accustomed to millions of records going online every day.
Well that wraps up another week or so of FamilySearch. Thanks for stopping by.