moderated Re: Using family tree / genealogy Web site
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Thank you. I got it. And found my grandfather’s family.
From: Peter Tesar
Sent: Friday, June 5, 2020 9:05 PM
Subject: Re: Using family tree / genealogy Web site
If you are using the "free" FamilySearch page
Try a simple search. There are six fields for First, Last, birth location, birth year, death location and death year.
You should get the page titled:
Historical documents we found for xx — FamilySearch.org
Navigate to the heading:
Top people we found for xx in the shared Family Tree
The next line is the button:
toggle this to learn about xx
Activate the button with the space bar, wait a few seconds and then look for:
To view historical documents of xx sign in, or create an account.
Tab to the create free account link.
I've never used this since I already have an account.
I sign in and every 2 weeks I have to manually sign in and check stay signed in for 2 weeks.
If you want to register with WikiTree, go to
Select the Help link.
Then search for the registration Problems link.
Then search for the registering an account on WikiTree link.
On 6/5/2020 8:15 PM, Shirley Tracy wrote: