Spanish Fork Utah Family History Center

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The Spanish Fork Utah Family History Center is dedicated to providing education and support for the family history community in the Spanish Fork area. The Family History Center is open to the public, who are invited to use the resources free of charge. Anyone interested in learning more about their family history, including doing research to find ancestors, is welcome and encouraged to come to the center.Trained volunteers are available during Center hours and by appointment to assist patrons.

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Center Contacts and Hours

Location Map:

Address:

  • 420 South Main Spanish Fork UT 84660 United States
  • The Spanish Fork Utah Family History Center is located at 420 South Main St in Spanish Fork, next to the Nebo School District Offices.

Phone:

  • 1 801-798- 5535

E-mail:

  • UT_Spanishfork@ldsmail.net


Open Hours:

  • Monday         9am - 6pm
  • Tuesday        9am - 9pm 
  • Wednesday   9am - 9pm
  • Thursday      9am -  9pm
  • Friday           9am - 6pm
  • Sunday         4pm - 7pm (CLOSED ON FAST SUNDAYS)


Closed for Holidays, General Conference and Saturdays.

To arrange for Group Instruction Call: 801-798-5535.

Walk in groups over 5 must call to make an appointment.



Calendar and Events

Class Schedule

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Classes on Thursdays start at 7:00 PM

Everyone is welcome.

             Date

                  Topics

Instructors  

June 18 Sunday CLOSED FATHER'S DAY
JULY 4 Tuesday CLOSED INDEPENDENCE DAY
JULY 9 Sun 5 pm The Family Nexus App - A Geographical Based App plots locations of events in your Family Tree David Taylor
JULY 13 Thurs 7 pm Family Search Memories Class ~ How To Upload and Attach Photos, Documents Stories and More! Jeanie Hanson
JULY 23 & 24 Sunday & Monday CLOSED PIONEER DAY
AUGUST 13

Sun 5 pm

Life Story Writing--The Fun and Easy Way

Come learn tips and tricks for writing your story, including how to jog your memory, making story lists, software that types for you and how to publish a professional quality product.

Teri Denos

Center Resources:

Collections

    • FamilySearch Catalog: This center has the ability to order any of the films and fiche available through the FamilySearch Catalog.
    • The largest collection of Icelandic records in the United States
    • A large collection of Family History Books

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.
    • 19th Centry British Library Newspaper Digital Archive
    • Access Newspaper Archive
    • Alexander Street Press - The American Civil War
    • Ancestry.com
    • ArkivDigital Online - Swedish Genealogy
    • Findmypast
    • Fold3.com (previously known as Footnote.com)
    • The Genealogist
    • Godfrey Memorial Library
    • Hertiage Quest Online
    • Historic Map Works Library Edition
    • Paper Trail
    • World Vital Records

Hardware and Equipment

19 computer work stations
1 Lexmark color Printer/Scanner
2 Black & white printers
1 reader printer
4 Film readers
3 Microfiche readers

Center Services:

Staff Research Specialties for All shifts Family Search and Tree & Indexing

Family History Staff and Shift Research

Staff Members
Olsen, Elizabeth Area Temple & Family History Consultant
Olsen, Royden Area Temple & Family History Consultant
Smith, Jill FHC Temple & Family History Consultant -- Director
Teri Denos FHC Temple & Family History Consultant -- Assist Director
Knight, Shari FHC Temple & Family History Consultant -- Assist Director
Knight, Ken FHC Temple & Family History Consultant -- Assist Director
Moore, Bob FHC Temple & Family History Consultant -- Assist Director
Fulton, Jennifer FHC Secretary
Orton, Jared Technical Support
Family History Shift Research
Allan, Carolyn M 12N - 3PM
Amos, Jannine W 12N - 3PM Ancestry, Family Search, & USA Research
Anderson, Janet Teacher
Armstrong, Alyce Su 4PM - 7PM
Aust, Clea F 3PM - 6PM USA Research and British Research
Banks, Pat M 12N - 3 PM USA Research
Banks, Ray M 12N - 3PM
Barber, Melody Th 3PM - 6PM
Barrett, Thomas T 6PM - 9PM
Bell, Dennis T 6PM - 9PM
Bennion, Roy W 3PM - 6pm F 3PM - 6PM English Research
Bradford, Shirley W 12N - 3PM
Broderick, Karma F 3PM - 6PM
Broderick, Thomas F 3PM - 6PM
Chapman, Lynn Th 12N - 3PM
Denos, Teri Th 9AM - 12N British Isles Research
Freeman, Janet F 9AM - 12N Family Tree & Find-a-Grave
Gardner, Duane Th 6PM - 9PM
Gardner, Pat W 9AM - 12N USA Research and Roots Magic on MAC
Gee, Lorainne Th 3PM - 6PM USA Research and England
Goble, Susan Th 3PM - 6PM
Groberg, Debbie M 9AM - 12N USA Research and German
Hanson, Jeanie W 12N - 3PM
Hanton, Peggy F 12N - 3PM
Hanton, William F 12N - 3PM
Hardy, Jon W 6PM - 9PM
Hardy, Julie W 6PM - 9PM
Harris Janice W 9AM - 12N
Hess, Diana F 9AM - 12N
Hewett, Rochelle M 3PM - 6PM Italian Research
Irwin, Denise W 9AM - 12N USA Research
Johnson, John T 6PM - 9PM Icelandic and Indexing
Johnson, Verla T 9AM - 12N
Knight, Ken Th 12N - 3PM Indexing
Knight, Shari Th 12N - 3PM
Leifson, June T 9AM - 12N
Lewis, Robert F 9AM - 12N USA Southern, Ancestral Quest, & Book Publishing
Lindstrom, Bob T 6PM - 9 PM
Marshall, Dan M 12N - 3PM USA Research
Marshall, RoLana M 12N-3PM
Mellor, Tara Th 3PM - 6PM Scout Merit Badge
Moore, Bob T 6PM - 9PM
Morgan, Kathy Th 9AM - 12N
Nietor, Gabriela W 6PM - 9PM
Nosack, Mary T 9AM - 12N
O'Gwin, Marilyn Th 12N - 3PM
Ottesen, Lynn T 6PM - 9PM Ancestry.com and Find My Past
Paxton, Gail Th 9AM - 12N
Peterson, Jack Th 12N - 3PM
Reynolds, Theresa W 9AM - 12N Puzzilla
Richardson, Tom T 12N - 3PM
Robertson, Ina T 6PM - 9PM    Th 6PM - 9PM Holland and Roots Magic
Sagars, Pat M 9AM - 12N USA Research, Scotland and Canada
Shell, Debbie T 9AM - 12N    T 12N - 3PM T 3PM - 6PM USA Research and Indexing
Shell, Jill Th 9AM - 12N Spanish Research
Shepherd, LaWana W 12N - 3PM
Smith, Jill T 9AM - 12N W 6PM - 9PM
Smith, Norman T 3PM - 6PM
Speth, Mike Th 6PM - 9PM
Startup, Stacey W 6PM - 9PM
Stout, Doreen M 3PM - 6PM Roots Magic
Stout, Jim M 3PM - 6PM Roots Magic
Ta'ala, Madeline T 6PM - 9PM
Van Ausdal, Sheila M 9AM - 12N
Vogt, JoLayne T 3PM - 6PM USA Research
Whitehead, Mary Lou T 3PM - 6PM
Walters, Gary F 12N - 3PM
Wood, Brandon W 6PM - 9PM
Whitehead, Mary Lou T 3PM- 6PM

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