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How Do I Take My Ancestors' Names to the Temple? You’ve found ancestors in Family Tree who need temple ordinances. Learn how to reserve ordinances and print a Family Ordinance Request so that you can take your ancestors’ names to the temple.
Family Tree is where your family history comes together. The second step to getting started is to explore your family tree. Since researchers and volunteers from around the world are adding to Family Tree daily, some work may have already been done for you. Add missing names, dates, and relationships, collaborate with other family members, and watch your family tree grow.
Step three is to grow your family tree by searching historical records on FamilySearch.org. Your ancestors' everyday milestones and experiences—like birth, marriage, and death—often created historical records that have been indexed and made searchable online. Use Search to find more details about the people in your family story.
Over the last century, over 3,000 family genealogies have been compiled from Swiss records. This class discusses how to find out if your family has a compiled genealogy. Then, follow along a case study that highlights the strengths and weaknesses of these genealogies.