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Los Angeles
FamilySearch Library
Richard McBride, Director
10741 Santa Monica Blvd,
Los Angeles, California 90025




Mon, Fri, Sat:    9:00am – 5:00pm

Tue, Wed, Thu: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Information about FamilySearch Library

Contact Information

Hours & Holiday Schedule

One-day Intensive class on Family Tree

Beginning 3-day Intensive Family History/Genealogy Training Course

Advanced Three-Day Intensive Family History Course

Gathering the Information You Need for Temple Work

Finding Ancestral Names for Temple Work|and Information About Them

Family Tree Sources, Photos Stories, & Documents

Introduction to Genealogy

Researching Roots in Mexico

African American Research

Family Tree Purpose

Accurately document the genealogy of humankind and preserve it for generations to come so that Church members can find their families and qualify them for temple ordinances.

What is Family Tree

The Family Tree is a new approach to researching and organizing your family history that focuses on enhanced data accuracy through collaboration and sourcing. It takes the best features of new.FamilySearch and adds many useful functions. It looks similar, but it does much more and will enable you to enjoy family history in new ways. Once all of the features are in place, the Family Tree will replace new.FamilySearch and will be freely and publically available to people around the world.

Three Classes will be offered with hands on experience using Family Tree.

Class 1: 10:00 - 12:00 AM Introduction to and navigating on the Family Tree Qualifying names for Temple Ordinances

Class 2: 1:00 - 3:00 PM Working with sources on the Family Tree

Class 3: 3:00 - 5:00 PM Editing data and relationships and merging duplicate persons

Class Dates

April 9, 13, 24, 27

Each class is restricted to the first 24 to register.  To register please call 310 474-9990


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