Family History

I don’t remember my father verbally teaching me anything, but he didn’t need to, for as the saying goes, “actions speak louder than words”.
Sister Ellison, a full-time missionary in the England Leeds Mission, has several things in common with her great, great grandfather, George Darling Watt.
Frederick and Edwin, along with all the other war dead, gave the ultimate sacrifice for the cause of freedom.
Ordinances of the temple fill our lives with power and strength available in no other way.
While being unable to serve the living, Colin had a very special time serving his ancestors by reconnecting with them.
Owen Ashbaker from Pleasant View, Utah visits the land of his ancestors, Norfolk - England.
RootsTech is coming to London in October 2019
Free Activities for Church Members and an evening with Elder Bednar at RootsTech in London
Have you ever wondered what Latter-day Saints really believe about marriage and family? Learn more about “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” and the teachings on marriage and family.
United Kingdom Prime Minister Rt Hon David Cameron received over six generations of his family history, together with detailed historical background, from representatives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
John Hales, now 88, has been a patron at the London Family History Centre for many years. His visits were initially to Exhibition Road, but now he comes to The National Archives at Kew where the centre is housed, needing help.
As we started indexing more people started arriving and some non-members joined us to help and stayed and stayed, and still people kept arriving.  Some of the youth enjoyed it so much that they asked to stay on, and made a game out of trying to find the most unusual first name- with ‘Cassebilinous’ being a sure winner.