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Why did you guys go and change something that works?
Us older LDS folks were lucky to be able to figure out and use the old FamilySearch and you go and change it!
I am looking to find information on the Bainbridge Ga. Deans that started my known history with James Dean born 3 Jan. 1825 spouse was Temperance Brock Dean born Jul 31, 1829 and her parents John Brock Sr. and mother was Nancy Murry Brock
James Dean Born 3 Jan 1825 came to Early Co. now Decatur County in Bainbridge Ga. on a wagon train with the family of Daniel Belcher born 1797, son of Abram and Mary Belcher from Va., Daniel married Mary Anne Burke in 1817 from Burke Co. Daniel received a land grant in Land Lot #117 in Early Ga., They left Indian River, N.C about 1822. James Dean had a son by the name of James Richard Born April 28, 1950 in Bainbridge Ga Jame Richard married Sarah Maranda Horne Born April 26 1854. I want to find out more on this background. Thanks
Your new format is terrible to search. Never change something that works just for the sake of change, very confusing.
I had to change my e-mail because of spam.
I now cannot get into my LDS Account.
Please advise what to do.
When will the presentation at RootsTech by Ron Tanner be posted? It was an awesome presentation with great news for the future of New FamilySearch.
rootstech.org had the whole days video up for a few days after the conference but took them all down later then but them backup as individual videos except for Ron Tanners???
Ron Tanner’s lecture is now available http://rootstech.org/
Can the 2012 videos still be accessed online? I see the 2013 highlights online, but would like to see the 2012 videos if possible.
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