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The New FamilySearch. September 2008. New FamilySearch Announcement. “One of the most troublesome aspects of our temple activity is…duplication of effort in proxy work. We, therefore, have been engaged for some time in a very difficult undertaking.

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The new familysearch

The New FamilySearch

September 2008


New familysearch announcement

New FamilySearch Announcement

“One of the most troublesome aspects of our temple activity is…duplication of effort in proxy work.

We, therefore, have been engaged for some time in a very difficult undertaking.

To avoid such duplication, the solution lies in complex computer technology. Preliminary indications are that it will work, and if this is so, it will be a truly remarkable thing with worldwide implications.”

President Gordon B. Hinckley, “Opening Remarks,” General Conference October 2005


The new familysearch intro

The new FamilySearch is:

The first step toward ending duplication of temple ordinances

A replacement for TempleReady

A new Internet-based version of FamilySearch for novices and experts to work together to link generations

The new FamilySearch is NOT:

A replacement for PAF or any other record manager

An update of Ancestral File

The New FamilySearch - Intro


The new familysearch objectives

The New FamilySearch - Objectives

  • Reduce (eliminate) duplication

    • Ordinance work

    • Research

  • Simplify the temple process

    • Involve all members

  • Make it easier to:

    • Collect

    • Organize

    • Preserve

    • Share


  • The new familysearch records

    The New FamilySearch - Records

    Records Included in System


    Current search method

    Current Search Method


    The new familysearch

    Name

    Spouse

    Date

    Location

    Journals

    & OtherRecords

    Name

    Gender

    Date

    Name

    Name

    Gender

    Birthdate

    Location

    Gender

    Date

    Marriage Certificate

    Death Certificate

    Other Certificate

    Birth Certificate

    Other Records

    The Reality of Records

    Each life event is recorded as if it stands alone


    The new familysearch

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Recording Events by Person

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Personal Folder

    Recording Events by Person


    The new familysearch

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Recording Events by Person

    Personal Folder

    Recording Events by Person


    Personal folders in a pedigree

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Personal Folders in a Pedigree

    Raymond

    Gordon

    Alice

    Jim

    Charles

    Phyllis

    Georgia


    The new familysearch

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    Name

    Gender

    Birth date

    Birth location

    Christening/baptism

    Marriage date

    Spouse name

    Children

    Photo

    Personal history

    New Search Method

    Gordon

    Jim

    Phyllis

    The Church maintains many different Databases.


    Current process

    1. Enter information into PAF.

    6. Take disk to Family History Center.

    13. Take TempleReady disk to temple.

    7. Run GEDCOM/backup through TempleReady for updates.

    14. Temple prints cards for ordinance work.

    2. Select individuals to do temple work for.

    8. Manually search Internet IGI for updated information.

    15. Do work, wait for IGI updates.

    3. Check ordinance dates against FamilySearch records.

    9. Process names in TempleReady.

    4. Create GEDCOM or backup file.

    10. Fix any errors and reprocess in TempleReady.

    5. Write GEDCOM or backup file to disk.

    11. Create TempleReady file.

    12. Write TempleReady file to disk.

    Current Process

    Home

    Family History Center

    Temple

    16 Steps

    16. Update PAF with new ordinance information.


    Decision simplify the process

    Home

    or

    Family History Center

    4. Temple recorder prints cards while you wait.

    1. Add ancestor information into FamilySearch.org.

    2. Select individuals to do temple work for.

    3. Print Family Ordinance Request and take to temple.

    Decision: Simplify the Process

    Preparing Family Names for the Temple

    Temple

    5. Perform temple ordinances, FamilySearch.org updated the same day.

    5 Steps


    Clearing temple work

    Clearing Temple Work


    Clearing temple work1

    Clearing Temple Work


    Clearing temple work2

    Clearing Temple Work


    The roadmap

    The Roadmap


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