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1 Family History Sprints Riverton Utah Central Stake June Find an ancestor whose work needs to be completed.

2 June Sprint: Find an ancestor on the other side whose work needs to be completed. Summary: -For June we will find at least one ancestor whose temple work needs to be completed. Either his/her temple ordinance work has not yet been started or it has already begun but is not yet completed. -In order to complete this Sprint a name needs to be found, the information printed out to be taken to the temple, and at least the baptism and confirmation completed. -To go the extra mile, find as many family members as you can who are in need of temple ordinances and start the temple work on them. 2

3 3. Search through your personal genealogy records. 1. Search in FamilySearch.org. 2. Use Puzzilla.org to search for family names Have the temple ordinance work performed, preferably by yourself where possible. There are several steps you can follow: (Click on each title to see details)

4 3. Search through your personal genealogy records. 2. Use Puzzilla.org to search for family names Have the temple ordinance work performed, preferably by yourself where possible. There are several steps you can follow: (Click on each title to see details) 6. Helpful Internet links for family interviews. 7. End Search in FamilySearch.org. 5. Additional help adding sources & new names.

5 familysearch.org/tree Menu June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. 1. Search in FamilySearch.org. Open Family Search Tree by entering ‘familysearch.org/tree’ in your html address space…

6 1234-ABCD 1- Enter your User Name and Password… GenSearcher2 May Sprint: Interview your oldest living relative. 3- Then select ‘Family Tree’… 2- Click on ‘Sign In’…

7 7 Review your tree in FamilySearch.org to see if… a. there are any indications of ordinances not being completed, or b. if any additional information or action still needs attention. -In the TREE view, look for the small temple symbol above the name box. -Next to each temple symbol is an additional symbol which indicates the status of the ordinance work for this individual. June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. There are 4 possible symbols Search in FamilySearch.org. Click Return

8 8 The various symbols to the left of the temple icon indicate the following: -Needs More Information: June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. -Ordinances Complete: -In Progress: -Request Ordinances: -In Progress: Names have been reserved by someone to be done at a later date; or, if, after checking, you see that the ordinance work for that person shows as being completed, then check that person’s spouse and children to see what work has not been completed for them. 1 st There are 4 possible symbols Search in FamilySearch.org.

9 9 -Needs More Information: June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. -Ordinances Complete: -In Progress: -Request Ordinances: -Request Ordinances: All information has been properly entered. The name is ready for temple ordinance work. Go in and print the Request For Ordinance form(s) to take to the temple where the card(s) will be printed for you to take through the temple. Be sure and check for possible duplicates. 2 nd 1. Search in FamilySearch.org. The various symbols to the left of the temple icon indicate the following:

10 10 -Needs More Information: June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. -Ordinances Complete: -In Progress: -Request Ordinances: -Needs More Information: Some information is missing, such as a date, a name, or incorrect entries such as certain symbols like … ^,[, (, … and names with numbers (Susan2 or Son1), or invalid names such as ‘Child’ or ‘Mrs’. Check for duplicates. 3 rd 1. Search in FamilySearch.org. The various symbols to the left of the temple icon indicate the following:

11 11 -Needs More Information: June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. -Ordinances Complete: -In Progress: -Request Ordinances: Finding detailed information and attaching substantiating sources was covered in Sprint #1, which is still basically correct. However, to see a more detailed procedure with the latest updates, click inside this box. Otherwise, continue on with the next symbol Finding detailed information and attaching substantiating sources was covered in Sprint #1, which is still basically correct. However, to see a more detailed procedure with the latest updates, click inside this box. Otherwise, continue on with the next symbol. 3 rd 1. Search in FamilySearch.org. The various symbols to the left of the temple icon indicate the following: Additional help: Menu

12 Step 1: Click on the person in your family tree to which you’re interested in attaching your newly found name … Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work. Menu

13 Step 2: The person detail window comes up. Click on “ PERSON ” … Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work.

14 Test Slide #2 Step 2: Click on “Search Records”… Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work.

15 Step 2: FamilySearch now does a search using some basic information about Emiline E. Powel and brings up any available search results. Click on the “Preview” arrow ( ) to show more details of the results. Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work. Menu

16 Step 2: A short set of details of the selected record appears. You can click on the “View the document” to see the actual document. If you determine that it indeed pertains to Emiline E. Powel, click on “Attach to Family Tree”. Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work.

17 Step 2: Check the match again against the person. When you are certain of the match, add your justification to the “Reason to Attach Source” box and click “Attach”… Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work. Family Bible; US census 1930

18 Step 2: A pop-up box indicates that the source has been attached. Click “Review”. Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work. Menu

19 Step 2: This screen will now appear. It offers a quick way to let you review matches with other names from the same source in your Family Tree, and/or add new relatives if not already there, which may lead to names needing temple work! Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work. Menu

20 Step 2: For example, the box shows that the source is now attached to Emily. It now asks if you want to also attach the source to Emily’s husband, which you should do if the information matches. Then click on ‘Attach’ in the box. Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work. Menu

21 Step 2: After clicking ‘Attach’ this screen appears and asks your reason for attaching the source to the husband. Your response can be simple, such as..… ”US census 1920”. Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work. Menu US census 1920

22 Step 2: Using the same procedure, you can now add the source to Emily and George’s son, Dewey, who will become a new person in your family tree. Click on “Add” in Dewey’s box. As before, the next screen will ask for your reason. Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work. Menu

23 Step 2: Finally, this screen will appear showing that you have successfully added source(s) to Emiline E. Power, some of which will surely require temple ordinance work. Check for more names, such as Ora Campbell, and repeat the steps above. Go for it! Finding and documenting new names prior to completing their temple work. Menu

24 24 -Needs More Information: June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. -Ordinances Complete: -In Progress: -Request Ordinances: -Ordinances Complete: No further work is needed. All ordnances have been correctly entered and the individual’s temple work is completed. 4 th 1. Search in FamilySearch.org. The various symbols to the left of the temple icon indicate the following: Menu

25 25 -Needs More Information: Some information is missing, such as a date, a name, or incorrect entries such as certain symbols like … ^,[, (, …, and names with numbers (Susan2 or Son1), or invalid names such as ‘Child’ or ‘Mrs’. Check for duplicates. June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. -Ordinances Complete: No more work required. -In Progress: Names have been reserved by someone to be done at a later date; or, if, after checking, you see that the ordinance work for that person shows as being completed, then check that person’s spouse and children to see what work has not been completed correctly for them. -Request Ordinances: I nformation has been properly entered. The name is ready for temple ordinance work. Go in and print the Request For Ordinance form(s) to take to the temple where the card(s) will be printed for you to take through the temple. Be sure to check for possible duplicates! 1. Search in FamilySearch.org. The various symbols to the left of the temple icon indicate the following: Summary Menu

26 26 - Looking for new relatives? - Is your pedigree picked over? - Is your fan chart full? - Is there really no work left for you and your family to do? 2. Use Puzzilla.org to search for family names. June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. The Puzzilla.org Descendants Viewer lets you see hundreds of descendants from an aerial view. Compact symbols reveal patterns of incomplete research. You can start where prior research left off.

27 27 2. Use Puzzilla.org to search for family names. June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. …or that all your ancestors have been found and the temple work completed and all signs as to where to go are blank… … Puzzilla will help you find missing ancestors, not easily seen in FamilySearch.org, in an amazing and novel way! And, if you think you’ve researched all of your family and have reached a Click

28 28 June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. 2. Use Puzzilla.org to search for family names. Puzzilla has been integrated into lds.org as well as FamilySearch.org. For further information, here are some links to Puzzilla.org: Puzzilla website: https://familysearch.org/learningcenter/lesson/find-our-cousins- introduction-to-puzzilla-org/883 Puzzilla Videos: https://www.lds.org/prophets-and-apostles/unto-all-the- world/find-our-cousins https://puzzilla.org/videos/FindingHerman/ Menu Puzzilla.or g

29 29 1. Personal genealogy computer programs – such as: June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. 3. Search through your personal genealogy records. Menu 2. Yours and relatives’ family records – such as books of remembrance, personal journals, obituaries, church certificates (ordinances, baptisms), etc. 3. On-line resources – such as Google, Yahoo, genealogy blogs and websites, family websites. - Family Tree, Roots Magic, Ancestral Quest, Legacy, Family Tree Maker, Ancestry.com, and many others. Places to look: … And don’t forget to get the whole family involved in the search!

30 30 Here are the basic steps: 4. Have the temple ordinance work performed, preferably by yourself where possible. June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work. Menu

31 31 When you’ve completed these steps, you’ve completed this Sprint and, more importantly… Menu June Sprint: Find an ancestor on the other side whose work needs to be completed.

32 32 Menu When you’ve completed these steps, you’ve completed this Sprint and, more importantly… your ancestor’s eternal progression can continue!

33 33 Here are some helpful internet links about finding ordinance status of family members: (You can click on these links to go directly to them) -https://familysearch.org/learningcenter/lesson/finding-our-cousins- introduction-to-puzzilla-org/883 - Intro to Puzzilla search programhttps://familysearch.org/learningcenter/lesson/finding-our-cousins- introduction-to-puzzilla-org/883 -https://familysearch.org/learningcenter/home.html - Training videoshttps://familysearch.org/learningcenter/home.html -https://www.lds.org/prophets-and-apostles/unto-all-the-world/find- our-cousins - Video by Elder Neil L. Anderson at Roots Techhttps://www.lds.org/prophets-and-apostles/unto-all-the-world/find- our-cousins -https://familysearch.org/ - FamilySearch.org home sitehttps://familysearch.org/ There is an enormous amount of basic as well as very specific assistance available under the “Help” tab within FamilySearch.org. Menu June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work.

34 The Promise… “Think of a faithful missionary standing there with those he has loved and taught who are your ancestors. Picture as I do the smile on the face of that missionary as you walk up to him and your ancestors whom he converted but could not baptize or have sealed to family until you came to the rescue. I do not know what the protocol will be in such a place, but I imagine arms thrown around your neck and tears of gratitude.” Elder Henry B. Eyring, Hearts Bound Together, April, 2005 Menu 34 June Sprint: Start or complete temple ordinance work.

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