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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Top 10 Family History View Fan Chart Add Information Go to Click "Free Account" to registerClick "Sign In" if you already have an account Click "Forgot your username or password"if can't remember how to login Click "Fan Chart" at the bottom of the screenCheck for missing peopleClick a person and TREE to put them in the centerClick "View: Traditional" to see a pedigree chart Click a name and "Person"Click a Record Hint or underResearch Help: "Search Records"Click the name in a recordClick "Attach to Family Tree" Click "Add" and "Attach" to add new information Login Click a name and "Person"Click "Add" for missing informationClick a piece of information and "edit" to change itClick "Save" when done Find Duplicates Click a name and select "Person"At the bottom right, click "Find Possible Duplicates" Merge any duplicates. Click "Add Husband" or "Wife"Enter known information Click "Find" then "Select" Edit Information Add a Memory Request Temple Work Click "Tree" at the topClick "View: Traditional"Look for Green Temple IconsClick "Request Ordinances"Under Temple (top of the page)select "Unprinted"Select the records and click "Print" View Portraits Request Temple Work Find Cousins Click any name, Click "Person"At the top of the screen, click "Memories"Click "Add" to upload a picture, story, document or audio. Click "Upload"Select the item to add to the person Open your tree.Find someone born before 1850. Click any name, Click "Tree"Click "View: Descendancy"Use the icons to find records and templ Click a name and "Tree"Click "View: Portrait"See your portrait family tree Get Help Search Search Records Click Help at the top rightCall 1-800-406-1830View tutorials More Family History Fun: 1. Index2. Sign up for Use to find missing cousins4. Use to print a fan chart5. Use OneDay Instant Movie App 6. Write in Your Journal7. Interview a Parent8. Cook a Family Recipe9. Record Family Stories/Traditions10. Visit Family History Sites Their hearts are bound to you. Their hope is in your hands. You will have more than your own strength as you choose to labor to find them. President Henry B. Eyring
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