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Re: is ancestry.com the only game in town?
Posted by: Bill Gillespie (ID *****4898) Date: February 28, 2012 at 07:40:42
In Reply to: Re: is ancestry.com the only game in town? by Eleanor Gribbin of 4315

Ned,

Family search.com is the online offering of the Mormon Church. I'm not sure of how much of their library is online, but I'll bet one of their local stake libraries can provide that info. I have been to the main library in Salt Lake City, and that library does have items that are not availble thru the local libraries. The local can tell you what those limited holdings are.

I've found the service to be very helpful, and have provided them with research data I've accumulated to assist their effort. Give 'em a try.


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