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           Logan Utah Regional Family
           History Center
           -----Weekly Newsletter-----                              27 May 2009 - Vol 10, No 21

        In This Issue

        Announcements               Please help make this newsletter a success by
        Family History Tips         submitting your Family History questions, tips, favorite
        Questions/Answers           websites, queries & quotes to share with others. Submit
        Favorite Websites           here or click reply.
        Surname Queries
        New Acquisitions              Announcements
                                                            Temple Submission Process
        Class Schedule for the                              - The Logan temple is in the
        Coming Week                                         process of changing over to
        Sign Up                                             the New FamilySearch system
                                                            for preparing names for
                                                            ordinances. Beginning
                                    immediately, we have been asked to help patrons
                                    convert their TempleReady submissions to Family
        Quick Links...              Ordinance Request (FOR) forms BEFORE they are taken
                                    to the temple. In order for us to complete this
        More about LFHC             process you MUST know the last 5 digits of your
        Class Schedule              LDS membership number. Please double check this
        Newsletter Archive          information with your ward clerk and bring it with you
        Old Newsletter Archive      when you come to the Family History Center to create a
        Training CD (now online)    Temple Submission.
        FH Consultant register
        Priesthood register         Oral History Class - Saturday, May 30, 2009 at 10 am
        FamilySearch Indexing       to 1 pm, Randy Williams, Fife Folklore Archives Curator,
        FS Research Wiki            Specify Collections & Archive at the USU Merrill-Cazier
                                    Library, will be talking about how to do an oral history
                                    either for yourself or other family members. This will be
                                    held in a classroom in Old Main at USU. Call the USU
                                    Museum of Anthropology for more information 435-797-

        Family History Tips

                           Family Ordinance Request (FOR) Tracking- My husband has
                           been serving as a New.FamilySearch support missionary, and so
                           we have been able to submit Family Ordinance Requests and
                           have family file cards printed through the new systerm for the
                           past year. Now that Logan is getting close to the roll out, I have
      a suggestion for how to handle the family file cards. The problem is that family file
      cards printed through New.FamilySearch do not have a submission number. The
      Family Ordinance Request (FOR) has a date on it, but the individual cards have
      nothing to indicate that a particular card is on a particular FOR. After struggling with
      trying to record ordinances done, we bought a little date stamper, just a little cheap
      one that the date can be changed on. We now stamp each family file card on the
      back with the date of the FOR. (Stamp on the back behind MALE or FEMALE or
      COUPLE and the date doesn't show through to the front of the card) The date stamp
      has been very helpful to us in recording when the ordinances are done and the FOR is

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      completed. --submitted by Beth L. Hendricks


                       Question: In the Western Marriage Index web site,why are there so
                       many marriages not listed?
                       Answer: From the website: At this time, the index is not
                       comprehensive for the time period and/or localities described.
                       However, the goal for this index is to have marriages from all 12
      western states at the fingertips of family researchers. In the meantime, the index
      represents an effort to share results even though the index is incomplete. Click here
      for a list of counties by state where records have been extracted.

      Question: Does LFHC have access to 1800's birth & death certificates in Utah? I
      know that I read to check with local FHC.
      Answer: Registration for Utah birth and death began in 1905. Most counties began
      keeping ledger entries in 1898. In 1860, the Utah legislature empowered (but did not
      require) Salt Lake City and Ogden to maintain a register of births and deaths. All
      surviving early county birth and death registers have been microfilmed and are
      accessible through the Family History Library and the State Archives. The Utah State
      Archives has a continuing program of indexing the birth registers. Those counties that
      have been completed are available online at www.archives.utah.gov For more details
      about what Utah birth and death records are available and where, read this article in
      FamilySearch Wiki.

      Question: Is there a place I can go to find information on old cemeteries around the
      Ogden area that are not listed on the web now? Before cemeteries started keeping
      records and in case the main cemetery was a ways away from their home, were
      people buried on family homesteads? If the family wasn't active LDS at the time
      would the Ward have records on the death, or did they mention deaths in the records
      of the Ward? I am looking for a 10 year old girl, daughter of a pioneer. I am bothered
      that I cannot find her grave. Is it important that I do or should I just give up?
      Answer: Perhaps you could try Cemetery Records of Utah, 13 Volumes. Salt Lake
      City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1953. (On 9 Family History Library films
      beginning with 874340.) The records are listed by cemetery and cogrouped together
      by county. The counties are not arranged alphabetically or geographically. There is a
      separate index for each volume. The cemetery listings will give you the name of the
      deceased, location of the grave, birth date, and the parent or spouse. This has been
      indexed in the Early Church Information File.

      Question: I have just reviewed the last newsletter I received from you and noticed
      that I missed 2 classes. I recall that these courses may also be taken online - may I
      still apply for these courses, and how?
      Answer: None of our classes are offered online.

      Question: Some of my ancestors never married but had children. I can seal the
      children to the fathers but can I seal the spouses?
      Answer: Yes. A deceased couple who lived together as husband and wife may be
      sealed, even if the marriage cannot be documented. (source: nFS Help Center)

      Question: In PAF, how do I create a list of completed ordinances?
      Answer: Select Search > Advanced Focus Filter. Click the Define button. In the left
      box, double- click LDS Baptism date, exists, OK. Click the OR button. In the left box,
      double-click LDS Endowment date, exists, OK. Click the OR button. In the left box,
      double-click LDS Sealing to Spouse date, exists, OK. Click the OR button. In the left
      box, double-click LDS Sealing to Parent date, exists, OK. OK. Check the 'Show

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      Results Only' box to view the list of everyone with any ordinance completed. (If you
      want only those with all ordinances completed, click the AND (instead of OR) button.)

      Question: In PAF, how do I extract and move these names with completed
      ordinances into NFS?
      Answer: You don't. If they have been completed, the individuals and ordinances are
      already in NFS.

        Favorite Websites

                           Cemeteries Photographed - Over 100,000 Tombstone
                           photographs free for personal use. http://teafor2.com/

                        Scott Co, TN Genealogy - Recipes of our Ancestors - Dedicated to
                        the study of history and family genealogy for Scott Co, TN. This site
                        contains copies of hundreds original vital records, thousands of
      obituaries, and over a thousand headstone pictures just to name a few of the
      interesting records maintained here. http://www.tngenweb.org/scott/

        Surname Queries

                             None submitted this week. Don't miss out on this opportunity
                             to coordinate your research efforts with others who may be
                             working on one of your lines. Submit a query...

        New Acquisitions

                        "Genealogy of Jane Elizabeth Wheeler Thomas", compiled by
                        Bertha Jane Thomas Libby, 1974

                        "The Ancestors and Descendants of Jacobuds Barthel and
                        Christina Maus, 1658-1975", by Stephen Samuel Barthel


                         If we have the courage and tenacity of our forebears, who stood firmly
                         like a rock against the lash of slavery, we shall find a way to do for our
                         day what they did for theirs. ---Mary McLeod Bethune

                     We, today, stand on the shoulders of our predecessors who have gone
                     before us. We, as their successors, must catch the torch of freedom
      and liberty passed on to us by our ancestors. We cannot lose in this battle. ---
      Benjamin E. Mays

        Class Schedule for the Coming Week

      The following New FamilySearch classes will be offered for those who have been
      given access to the web site. The registration fee is $2. Please pre-register for the
      class you wish to attend by calling the Center (755-5594) Each class will be held
      weekly for 4 weeks (unless noted otherwise).

            June   1,   Monday, 10-11:30 a.m.
            June   2,   Tuesday, 7-8:45 p.m. (3 wk)
            June   4,   Thursday, 10-11:30 a.m.
            June   4,   Thursday, 1-2:30 p.m.

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            June   4, Thursday, 5-6:30 p.m.
            June   5, Friday, 10-11:30 a.m.
            June   10, Wednesday, 10-11:30 a.m.
            June   20, Saturday, 10-11:30 a.m.
            June   23, Tuesday, 7-8:30 p.m.

      Sheri Lynn Lemon
      Logan Utah Regional Family History Center

      email: ut_cache@ldsmail.net
      phone: (435)-755-5594
      web: http://users.rootsweb.com/~utcfhc

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