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How to begin in Family Search
You can search for ancestors by name in the FamilySearch indexes collections by clicking here. (You must click on the name and then click the link "All Record Collections.")
To find a family history center near you, click here.
There are also books in the Family History Library Salt Lake City. Click here. You can also check if a copy is located in a public library near you, or perhaps find it on interlibrary loan.
Published sources are still new for family history in Venezuela. Do not be discouraged if your family tree has not been published or if there is not a history of your area of interest.
To make other types of searches should read the instructions to search the Library Catalog Family History by clicking here.
Civil registration click here
Mérida, Catholic parish records 1654-1992 click here
Familysearch Indexing: Paths to helping each other
To assist you in locating your ancestors in Venezuela, we are preparing indexes of the Catholic church records in Mérida (1654-1992) Part 2, and Venezuela civil birth registrations (1873-1909.) This is an ongoing project which will be expanded to include more areas in Venezuela in the future.
You can volunteer to help index these records in only 30 minutes a week. Indexing allows these records to be more easily accessible around the world. To see a demonstration of how to begin, click here. To begin to help, click here.
The project instructions for indexing Mérida Catholic Parish Records 1654-1992 Part 2, click here.
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Recently completed projects will soon be available for search on FamilySearch.org include the records of the Czech Republic, Spain, Nicaragua and the United States. Other projects will be added as active volunteer population grows.
To register or to find more information on Indexing, visit www.familysearch.org
Tip: If you click on the underlined words in the instructions for each project, you can learn more details.
Parish registers are the documents kept by the Catholic Church since the year 1654 and contain about books for registering church events: christenings, confirmations, marriages and deaths.
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