There are three computers in the open access area.
Three critical pieces of information. It is a good idea to ring them up during the hours listed prior to your visit.
The hours when the centre will be open are important to note. Days and hours of operation vary from centre to centre.
The keyword search is useful for topics like Ireland emigration or locations like country, county or in some cases the parish. Names and other information about individuals is not included in the research wiki.
Pages like this identify the basic steps for accomplishing a research task.
More detailed articles can be found either by browsing or a keyword search.
If you find a page that is of interest it is possible to be automatically notified by email when the page is updated.
Click on the Sign In button to register so that you can be notified of updates to a page.
Click on the “Create New Account” button.
Click on the “FamilySearch Account” option.
Fill in the registration form and watch for a confirmation email. Be sure to follow the directions in the confirmation email so that your account is activated.
Click on the watch button.
Once you have an account and are logged into the system you can mark a page “Watch” to be notified of changes. When emails are sent, you need to click on one of the links in the email to view the watched page or you will not get any more notifications.
The community link will allow you to visit forums where you can ask for help.
Click on the Research forums link.
Select the region of the world where you would like to ask for free help.
Visit http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ to search the mailing list archives for an ancestor’s name, place of residence or any other possibility that you can think of.
A search for a specific nonconformist chapel returned fifty two matches.
http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ It is worth searching for existing mailing lists so that you can join, then ask questions yourself.
Mailing lists exist for surnames, places and topics of all sorts.
Select a list that you are interested in.
Instructions for subscribing and unsubscribing are provided. Digest mode groups several messages together into one email to keep you from being inundated with lots of messages. The digest option is good for lists which have many messages each day.
How to get free help with your family history
How to get Free Help with your Family History By Darris G. Williams, AG®
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