LDS Genealogy Resources

June 14, 2009 at 6:39 am 1 comment

LDS Genealogy Resources

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FHGEN 68Finding Your Ancestors
FHGEN 80 —
Helping Children Love Your Family History

FHREC 71Family Records
FHREC 73 —
Vital Records
FHREC 76 —
Military Records

FHFRA 71France: Immigrant Origins
FHFRA 72 —
France: Vital Records
FHFRA 73 —
France: Reading French Handwriting
FHFRA 74 —
France: Genealogical Organizations and Periodicals
FHFRA 75 —
France: The Internet and French Genealogy
FHFRA 76 —
French Research: Paris
FHFRA 77 —
French Research: Alsace-Lorraine
FHGER 71 —
Germany: Immigrant Origins
FHGER 72 —
Germany: U.S. Sources and Surname Changes
FHGER 73 —
Germany: Jurisdictions, Gazetteers, and Maps
FHGER 74 —
Germany: Reading German Handwriting
FHGER 75 —
Germany: Calendars and Feast Days
FHGER 76 —
Germany: Vital Records

FHHUG 71Huguenot Research
FHSCA 73 —
Scandinavia: Jurisdictions, Gazetteers, and Maps
FHSCA 74 —
Scandinavia: Reading Gothic Script
FHSCA 75 —
Scandinavia: Church Records and Feast Days
FHSCA 76 —
Scandinavia: Census Records
FHSCA 77 —
Scandinavia: Probate and Other Records


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  • 1. stephv73  |  June 16, 2009 at 12:56 pm

    LDS records can really open a lot of genealogical doors. They seem to have everything! Thanks for posting this list. :)

    Stephanie at the Irish Genealogical Research blog


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