On Dec 13th, they launched Genealogies which is a “set of lineage linked conclusion trees provided to FamilySearch by users. This data comes from the Ancestral File, the Pedigree Resource File and other user submissions”.
So I put in the name of one of my favorite ancestors, my 4th great grandfather Andrew BARCLAY, and his parents, and where he lived – but I didn’t find anything new about him, or his grandson by the same name.
But the information submitted is correct according to my genealogy. And it’s so much easier than before, when you had to put in the information in each file in order to get the result.
Our thanks should go to those people who have and still are spending hours of their time checking this type of work to make sure that it is as correct as possible.
So give it a try, and see how it works for you..
To go to FamilySearch, the website is https://familysearch.org/family-trees
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