5 Easy Steps

The Preformatted Family History Bookmarks

These Preformatted Family History Bookmarks make working on your
family history SO easy…that otherwise lovey-dovey couples often end up fighting over who gets to use the laptop first.  Just remember: no fighting over the laptop during family home evening or during Sacrament Meeting (unless you’re sitting on the back row where no one can see you).


This page is in progress…

These are the basic family history websites you’ll use as you research your family. We’ve preformatted them for you so they’re easy to install on your designated family history browser.

Start here to download and install these Bookmarks (Favorites).


These are the Bookmarks (Favorites) in the Top Menu Bar:

Non-FH — this is a folder to drop in some non-Family History sites that you use on a regular basis that you want to keep handy

Ancestry — the premier family history subscription site (FREE at the Asheboro Family History Center)

Cyndi’s List — the premier family history “link” site

New FamilySearch — Church’s site for submitting temple work

New FamilySearch Practice Site — practice using New FamilySearch without worrying about goofing anything up

FamilySearch — the Church’s premier family history site

FamilySearch Sites — folder containing numerous other FamilySearch sites

Family History Library Catalog — online catalog of Salt Lake’s 2.5 million rolls of microfilm

Google — Internet’s largest search engine

Google Books — a treasure trove of old scanned family & county histories

HeritageQuest — census & war records, books, and more

High Point Stake — excellent site for High Point Stake members

RootsWeb — database of 432,000 family histories (5.5 million surnames)

US GenWeb — resources for every county in America

World GenWeb — resources for countries throughout the world


These are the Bookmarks (Favorites) in the Dropdown Menu:



Step 4.  Research Your Family




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