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New family search. Common Pedigree. Common Pedigree is the term used to refer to the database or the information contained in the New FamilySearch or FamilyTree It Can be accessed two ways: Go to

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common pedigree
Common Pedigree
  • Common Pedigree is the term used to refer to the database or the information contained in the New FamilySearch or FamilyTree
  • It Can be accessed two ways:
    • Go to
    • Go to and then scroll down and select the link that says Family Tree
new familysearch
New FamilySearch
  • The New Family Search was created:
    • Reduce duplication of temple ordinance work.
    • Simplify the process to submit names to the temple.
    • Help families work together to identify their ancestors and to make sure their family history is as accurate and complete as possible.
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New FamilySearch
  • The new FamilySearch will make it easier for you to:
    • See what information the Church already has about you and your ancestors.
    • Work with others on shared family lines.
    • Add new information and make corrections.
    • Prepare the names of your ancestors for temple ordinances.
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New FamilySearch Registration
  • Make sure you have your membership number and confirmation date.

Step #1: Go to

Step #2: Select the link New users register here

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New FamilySearch Registration

Step #3: Type your



Step #4: Type your

confirmation date

Step #5: Type the

text you see in the


Step #6: Click


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New FamilySearch Registration

Step #7: click yes,


Step #8: Read the Conditions of Use, click I Agree

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New FamilySearch Registration

Step # 9:

Type your


Address twice

Step #10:

Click continue

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New FamilySearch Registration

Step #11: create and type

in a user name.

Step # 12: Click continue

Step # 13: create and

type in a password

Step #14: Select


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New FamilySearch Registration

Step #15: select three

questions and type in

the answers

Step #16: select Continue

Step #17: Enter in a

contact name

Step #18: Click continue

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New FamilySearch Registration

Step #19: Choose your

contact preferences

Step #20: Select continue

Step #21: Print your

registration info

Step #22: Click Done

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New FamilySearch Registration

Step #23:

when you in

it will ask

you if you

want to view

the Overview

you can Skip

the Overview

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New FamilySearch Registration

The home page will then appear with you logged on

help features
Help Features
  • The Help Center has many functions:
    • Assists in navigating New FamilySearch
    • Has online tutorials
    • Feedback from real people
    • Commonly asked questions
    • Instructions on printing
    • Overviews and guides
    • How to reserve a name or remove it from the list
    • Other information regarding common functions
  • Register for the New FamilySearch by going to
  • Do the FamilyTree Navigation tutorial through i-learn
    • For help go to the FHC on the 2nd floor of the library