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Following tools were highlighted at the British Institute:  
 
Following tools were highlighted at the British Institute:  
  
FamilySearch Beta http://beta.familysearch.org  
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[https://www.familysearch.org/ FamilySearch Beta] 
  
 
*Historical Collections has several great collections for UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand. Check back often because new things are added all the time.  
 
*Historical Collections has several great collections for UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand. Check back often because new things are added all the time.  
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**Use the wiki to keep track of all your research notes about places, historical context, background, etc. where you can always find them and others can benefit from them.  
 
**Use the wiki to keep track of all your research notes about places, historical context, background, etc. where you can always find them and others can benefit from them.  
 
**England Probate project on the wiki  
 
**England Probate project on the wiki  
**England and Scotland parishes project on the wiki
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**England and Scotland parishes project on the wiki  
 
*Blog tab has articles written by research consultants of the Family History Library
 
*Blog tab has articles written by research consultants of the Family History Library
  
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FamilySearch Labs http://labs.familysearch.org
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[[Main_Page|FamilySearch Wiki]]
  
*FamilySearch Forums--Post questions and reply to others; monitored to make sure you receive a response.  
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*[https://www.familysearch.org/learn/forums/en/index.php FamilySearch Forums]--Post questions and reply to others; monitored to make sure you receive a response.  
 
*England Jurisdictions 1851--Discover the jurisdictions that impact your research.  
 
*England Jurisdictions 1851--Discover the jurisdictions that impact your research.  
 
*Community Trees--Trees have been researched and documented from various sources and communities. You can add your community study if you have done one.
 
*Community Trees--Trees have been researched and documented from various sources and communities. You can add your community study if you have done one.
  
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FamilySearch.org (legacy site) http://www.familysearch.org  
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[https://familysearch.org/ FamilySearch.org]
  
 
*Historical books collection--Search thousands of digitized books from many different libraries.
 
*Historical books collection--Search thousands of digitized books from many different libraries.
  
 
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[[Category:New_Zealand]] [[Category:Australia]] [[Category:Ireland]] [[Category:England]]
 
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Latest revision as of 15:22, 27 February 2012

Following tools were highlighted at the British Institute:

FamilySearch Beta 

  • Historical Collections has several great collections for UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand. Check back often because new things are added all the time.
  • Learning resources tab gets you to the FamilySearch Research Wiki and the FamilySearch Online Training.
    • Use the wiki to keep track of all your research notes about places, historical context, background, etc. where you can always find them and others can benefit from them.
    • England Probate project on the wiki
    • England and Scotland parishes project on the wiki
  • Blog tab has articles written by research consultants of the Family History Library


FamilySearch Wiki

  • FamilySearch Forums--Post questions and reply to others; monitored to make sure you receive a response.
  • England Jurisdictions 1851--Discover the jurisdictions that impact your research.
  • Community Trees--Trees have been researched and documented from various sources and communities. You can add your community study if you have done one.


FamilySearch.org

  • Historical books collection--Search thousands of digitized books from many different libraries.

 

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