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The Orem Utah Lakeridge Family History Center has everything you need to get started on your family history. Teachers and information on Basic Search, New Family Search and other helps including a partial library of books and genealogy helps for all levels of expertise. The Center serves Six Stakes in the Orem area. Cascade, Orem, Sharon, Hillcrest, Stonewood, Lakeridge.

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Contents

Center Contacts and Hours

Location & Map:

  1. 450 South 100 West Orem, Utah
  2. (Link to map using Google or other map sites)

Phone: 801-222-0497

E-mail: lnewren@comcast.net

Open Hours:

              Monday 10-4 

              Tuesday 10-7 

              Wednesday 10-7

              Thursday 10-9 

              Friday 10-4:00

2013 Holiday Schedule - Center is Closed 

  • New Years Day
  • Easter
  • General Conference (April weekend)
  • Memorial Day
  • July 4
  • July 24
  • Labor Day
  • General Conference (October weekend)
  • Thanksgiving (Wed.-Sat.)
  • Christmas 2013 (16-31 Dec)

Calendar and Events

Upcoming Events

Class Schedule

We offer classes most Tuesdays at 7PM

Staff Training Meetings


Center Resources

Collections

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  • BOOKS - REGIONAL

Scandinavian Genealogical Research

Danish Research Course

Early Rhode Island Censuses, Vol.1

Early American Series, Rhode Island, Vol.1

Sheridon's Daybreak II, Sheridon, Montana

Local District Register Offices in England and Wales

Directory of Post Offices, July 1970

Directory of Post Offices, 1968

Post - OG - Telegraf Adressebog for Kongeriget Danmark 1969

Genealogical Research in England and Wales, Vol.1, Vol.2, Vol III

Tracing Your Ancestors in the Public Record Office

A Genealogical Gazetteer of England

Tracing Your British Ancestors

Derbyshire Parish Registers Marriages

Pennsylvania Line, A Research Guide to Pennsylvania Genealogy and Local History

Pennsylvania Genealogical Research

Cradled in Sweden

Tracing Your Irish Ancestors

Lifeline, The Action Guide to Adoption Search

Civil Marriages in Nauvoo and Some Outlying Areas, 1839-1845

Land Records of America and the Genealogical Value (1964 copyright)

Rhode Island Genealogical Register, Vol. 5, No. 2, Oct 1982

Rhode Island Genealogical Register, Vol. 9, No. 3, Jan 1987

Nevada Historical Society Quarterly

Yesteryears Vol. 17, No. 67, Spring 1974

Yesteryears Vol. 11, No. 43, March 1968

1800 Washington D.C. Census

1900 Federal Population Census

Temple Ordinance Chronology

Lucia Butler Ford Descendant of the Duke of Orimond and her husband Charles Himbrose Ford; Pioneer

Settlers of Fannin County, Texas 1840

The Family History Magazine, Jan 1962, Vol. 3, No. 1

Cemetery Records, Benton county, Oregon

Lansingburg, New York, 1771-1971

Oregon Soldiers During the Civil War

Genealogical Records of Utah

  • BOOKS - GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

A Short Guide for Genealogists 1969

Stagecoach County, Nevada

Genealogical Journal, Vol.20, 1992, No. 3-4

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Records, Jan 2006

Printed Sources; A Guide to Published Genealogical Records, 1998, Ancestry Inc.

Diaries/Journals/Letters of Our ancestors: A Window to Better Research and writing family histories Top 20 Lessons Genealogists Need to Know
International Vital Records Handbook

Ancestry's Redbook: American State, County and Town Sources, 1989 The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy, 1984 Ancestry

The Handybook for Genealogists, 7th Ed. The Handybook for Genealogists, 8th Ed.

Land and Property Research in the united States

Genealogists' Address Book Genealogy Fundamentals (2 copies)

Register of Genealogical Society Call Numbers, (Vol. 1 & Vol. 2)

Fundamentals of Genealogical Research

Genealogical Research: Methods and Sources, (Vol. 1 & Vol. 2) Search and Research

Family History for Fun and Profit

They Came in Ships (2 copies)

  • BOOKS - CENSUS

British Isles 1881   

Federal Population Censuses 1790-1890

Indiana 1807 Census

Massachusetts 1800 Census

Massachusetts 1810 Census (2 vol.)

Massachusetts 1820 Census

Massachusetts1830 Census

Nebraska 1870 Mortality Schedule

Nebraska 1890 Special Census of Veterans

Rhode 'Island 1776 Military Census

Rhode Island State Census 1782, 

Rhode Island 1800 Census (4 vol.)

Rhode Island 1810 Census

Soundex, How to Use

Tennessee 1850 Slave Schedule

Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule (2 vol.)

Texas 1870 Mortality Schedule

Texas 1880 Census (Vol.1 - A-K, Vol. 2 - L-Z)

U.S. 1930 Federal Census

U.S. Federal Census Map Guide

Emigration from Ireland to the North American Colonies, 1600-1775         

Databases and Software

  • FHC Portal This center has access to the Family History Center Portal page which gives free access in the center to premium family history software and websites that generally charge for subscriptions. (Note to FHC: Not all FHCs have access to this portal. If you do not, you will want to remove this entire bullet. If you do have access to it, just remove this text in italics.)

Hardware and Equipment           

  • Computers
  • Family history research books and publications (see listing above)
  • Microfilm readers
  • Microfiche readers
  • Printers
  • Photo scanner: Available for scanning personal photos which then can be saved on a flash drive to be printed commercially or on a home color printer.  If printed at this FHC, they will only print in black and white.  The photos can also be added to family histories, and/or attached to family members in FamilySearch Family Tree

Center Services

Staff Research Specialties

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