Genealogies[edit | edit source]
Genealogies are trees submitted to FamilySearch that can help you fill out your family lines within Family Tree. Accuracy of the data in these genealogies varies from tree to tree; we encourage you to validate all data. The following Trees listed below are the resources for the trees contained in FamilySearch Genealogies.
- These trees can be searched here.
A static collection of genealogies submitted by users, prior to 2003, including 40 million ancestors. Entries include names, family relationships, and dates and places of events. Submissions were merged to eliminate duplication.
A collection of lineage-linked, sourced genealogies for specific communities and time periods. These are merged from compiled and original source records to identify the community genealogy. Records include specific source data, and most are part of extended pedigrees and family groups.
A collection of lineage-linked sourced genealogies from the Guild of One-Name Studies.
Information for over 430 million ancestors contributed by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Each record contains one event, including birth, baptism (christening), marriage, or death.
Oral Genealogies[edit | edit source]
Oral Genealogies are spoken lineage-linked genealogies from localities throughout the world. Many localities have no written records and oral genealogies may be the only records available for genealogical research.
Partner Trees[edit | edit source]
This growing collection of lineage-linked ancestor trees is submitted, curated and expanded by users of the various partner software applications and websites that integrate with FamilySearch.
A growing collection of genealogies submitted by users including hundreds of millions of ancestors. Entries include names, family relationships, and dates and places of events. No corrections or merges are made.