Lifelong Learners presents “Getting Started in Family Search”
10 a.m. to noon
Sue Nelson has been the director of the Greenville Family History Center at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 10700 W. Carson City Rd., Greenville, since 2015. She will cover the basics of FamilySearch.org, and will show you how to sign up for a free account, enter vital statistics correctly, attach sources, search for records, merge duplicates and attach photos and memories.
The church is open every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and has seven accredited computers on site for public use. The computers have access to approximately 15 partner sites, free of charge, including Ancestry, My Heritage, Find My Past, Fold 3 and many others. New visitors are welcome and staff members are happy to help you establish your tree on Family Search and teach you how to use your account to its fullest. All of the directors and consultants in the Family History Center offer their services at no charge.
Nelson was born in Utah and raised in California. She married her husband, Bruce, in 1974, at which time she moved to Michigan. Her family’s roots run deep inside the Mormon church having ancestors who went west with the pioneers and settled the town in Utah where she was born. Genealogy has always been very important to Nelson. She enjoys paper crafts, sewing and genealogy. The Nelsons raised three sons in Greenville, and they have four granddaughters.