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FamilySearch genealogy website - video for beginners

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Get started in tracing your ancestors with the FamilySearch video guide to using one of the world's most popular genealogy websites.

The FamilySearch genealogy website holds the world's largest collection of family history records and resources which have been collected and collated by volunteers for more than 100 years. The website is free to use and contains more than four billion names from around the world.

In this family history video for beginners, FamilySearch explain how to get started in tracing your ancestors:

Explore the FamilySearch site for more family history for beginners, and start building your family tree.

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