Family Tree Training

    It is vitally important that each user gets trained with the proper tools to use the FamilySearch Family Tree pedigree. Our families are vitally important to us and we don’t want incorrect data or relationships damaging our ancestral lines. This can happen quickly when an uneducated user starts adding, editing or deleting information. These up-to-date lessons are provided free of charge, and are the sole creation of Cathy Pearce Anderegg at cathyanderegg@comcast.net. Links to advice from experts, Help Center Articles, genealogy bloggers and other resources makes for in depth information in each topic, either for individual study or class presentations. Contact me to download. Enjoy and learn!

  1. First Steps on FamilySearch and Family Tree, 9 Lessons

      2. Second: Adding to & Correcting Data and Relationships on Family Tree, 6 Lessons

      3.  Third: Sourcing on Family Tree, 7 Lessons

      4.  Fourth: Descendancy Searches and Duplicates on Family Tree, 4 Lessons

      5.  Fifth: Temple Work on Family Tree, 6 Lessons

      6.  Sixth: Adding Memories to Family Tree, 6 Lessons

      7.  Seventh: Mobile Tree and Mobile Memories Apps, 6 Lessons

      8.   Eighth:  Indexing - What it Does for Family History on Family Tree

      9.  Partners with FamilySearch, 2 Lessons

      10.  Why we do Family History, Prophets, Promises, & Admonitions, 5 Items

       11.   How We Do Family History - Advice from Expert Genealogists, Research &  

              Online Safety, 12 Lessons

 

       12.  DNA and Family History, 4 Lessons

       13.  App Gallery on FamilySearch, 4 Items

       14.  Consultant and Youth Activities, 10 Items

       15.  Pioneers, Companies, Stories, Overland Travel Database, & More, 4 Items

       16.  Family History Funnies & Laughs, 6 Items

       17. Strange and New Things to do on Family Tree, 3 Item,

              Floating Sections, Watch List Index, Family Sharing Projects, RWD for Mobile

              Labels and Campaigns from FamilySearch, Icons & Emojis

      18. Little Family Tree - for Kids about 3 - 13 ish