What's New on FamilySearch: Ron Tanner Come and see the future of FamilySearch and help us understand what you want, need, and like about our direction. 2019 RootsTech Sessions
Dan Snow is a popular historian, broadcaster, and television presenter. Snow was born and raised in London. Having graduated from Oxford University, he went on to present military history programs with his father, Peter Snow.
Blending Family History and Technology with the Art of Storytelling - Valerie Elkins, Laura Hedgecock, Sharleen Reyes
Where to Look to Find Your Female Ancestors. This is the second in a two-part series that identifies problems and offers solutions for tracing your female ancestors.
Family history is growing at unprecedented rates and this is your invitation to help shape the future of an industry! This is the conference for the curious, the mavericks, the photo organizers, and storytellers everywhere.
Getting to Know the Big 4: Findmypast. This is the third of a four-part series analyzing the strengths and limitations of FamilySearch, Ancestry, Findmypast, and MyHeritage to help you use them more effectively.
For nearly 10 years, RootsTech has been a fantastic place to connect the past with the present as thousands of genealogists, family historians, and storytellers have come together to celebrate the importance of family heritage.
We are excited to announce that joining us on the RootsTech stage on February 28, 2019, is actress Patricia Heaton. Patricia is best known for her roles as Debra Barone on the hit comedy Everybody Loves Raymond and, more recently, as Frankie Heck in The Middle. She was born and raised a Catholic in Ohio and is married with 4 sons.
Leadership Session at RootsTech 2018: Elder Donald L. Hallstrom and Sister Joy Jones Counsel for Priesthood and ward council members regarding temple and family history service. 2018 LDS Sessions LDS Resources
Family Discovery Day is an exciting event for members and families of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, filled with inspirational stories, good ideas, and motivating reasons to get you sleuthing through the treasures hidden in your family history—and it's free!