How to Get Started with Indexing Online
It's a great time to begin indexing—or to start again! Now you can index in your browser using web indexing. Take the guided tour for more information.
Indexing Training-Look Up Lists
Learn how to open and use the look-up lists available with most indexing fields. These lists help by suggesting likely names, places, or other values, though...
Indexing Makes Your Ancestors Come "Alive" – Cranial Hiccups
You guys know how much I LOVE family history. Love it, love it, love it! There are a few things that really make your ancestors come ‘alive’ for you and your family and can add greatly to your family history. Pictures You can see where you inherited your nose, or the curly hair, or the […]
Review the information in the third and final lesson designed to help you read, understand, and extract information from genealogical records written in English Secretary Hand.
Australian Woman Enters One Million Names into Global Genealogical Database
Latter-day Saint, Irene Deans, 92, recently completed the indexing of one million genealogical names into FamilySearch.org, enabling people around the world to more easily find information about their ancestors.
Latin handwriting found on old documents can be really interesting but also tricky to understand. Using these tips and tricks and you’ll be a pro in no time.
Freedmen's Bureau Project | Getting Started with Indexing
A step-by-step guide to help you get started indexing the Freedmen's Bureau Records on FamilySearch. Indexed records allow users to search digitized sources ...
How to Host a Great Indexing Challenge • FamilySearch
Indexers and arbitrators love a good challenge, and they love working together with others to accomplish seemingly impossible goals. One of the greatest examples was the 1940 U.S. federal census project. Those who participated will long remember the thrill of processing more than 10 million records in a single day. Projects such as the 1940... Continue Reading →