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Latest revision as of 15:57, 4 December 2019

Owosso FamilySearch
Library Menu

1588 N Hickory Road

Owosso, Michigan 48867

Location and Directions

Family History Center phone number: (989) 723-8656
FHC Director is Delores Hall-Blackmer: (989) 277-3599


OPEN
1st & 3rd Tuesday 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Wednesday 10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Friday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


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HOW TO

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Note:[edit | edit source]

The library will be closed the week of December 22nd for the Christmas Holiday.
The library will be closed the week of December 29nd for the New Year Holiday.



New Policy Change at the Owosso Family History Library[edit | edit source]

Starting January 2nd, 2019, the Owosso Family History Library has changed to a “cashless” facility. We no longer will have a cash box and will not be charging for prints or copies made at the library. Only single copies of family history printing will be allowed. Personal or extensive printing should be taken to a commercial copy center. Visitors should bring their own flash drives for scanning photos and documents.

Useful Genealogy Sites [edit | edit source]

Find A Grave Find the graves of ancestors, create virtual memorials or add photos, virtual flowers and a note to a loved one's memorial.

Partner Access Setup free accounts on Partner Sites that are available to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint members.

RecordSeek simplifies the effort to source webpages for FamilySearch and Ancestry genealogy records.

Free Ancestry Account for Latter-day Saint Members Making the Most of Your Free Ancestry Latter-day Saint Account.

RootsMapper shows where your FamilySearch ancestors were born and which generation they were from.

The Family History Guide helps you to learn Computer Basics, FamilySearch, Ancestry, and other programs.

WWII Military Research can help find documents related to a relative in World War II.

National Archives can provide documents from national history and veterans from all wars.

Relative Finder Ever wonder if you've got some long-lost cousins out there? Relative Finder allows you to see how you are related to friends, coworkers, prophets, historical figures, and more! Use our community features to connect with your relatives from around the globe!

Virtual Pedigree Virtual Pedigree allows you to navigate your family tree with a new and revolutionary fluid interface. Simply click (or touch!) and drag, and begin exploring ancestors and their descendants! It gives you hints and help as you explore your tree, and now includes LDS Ordinance information. Take it for a spin!

Descendancy Explorer Members of the LDS church can use their FamilySearch account to find names of their ancestors that are ready to take to the temple. Simply log in and let us find the names for you. Let's get started!

Pedigree Pie 25% American. 75% Irish. 100% You. Pedigree Pie shows your international heritage in a single easy-to-read chart. Click on the chart to view details about where and when your ancestors lived, and to trace back your family's path through history!

One Page Genealogyis the place for you to view, customize, and download your family tree all in one page! View up to 20 generations of ascendancy or descendancy. Change colors and tree styles. Download and print to show your family and friends!

Family Calendar Your family history is made of up important events like births, deaths, immigrations and more. Family Calendar makes it easy to create a custom calendar with all of the important events from your family history. Your calendar can then be exported to Google or Apple Calendar.

Vet FinderMade to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the World War I armistice, Vet Finder uses handwriting recognition software to find your ancestors who served in World War 1!

Missionary Registers, 1830-1971Index and images of registers kept to record the departure and return of missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Images are courtesy of the Church History Department.

Newspaper ArchiveNewspapers from the 1700s–2000s

Genealogy Wall ChartsCreate/print amazing wall charts from your genealogy from FamilySearch or GEDCOM files. We also provide the electronic copy of your chart.

American Ancestors BookstoreThe New England Historical Genealogical Society has many unique books and publications for genealogists.

Fun Genealogy Sites [edit | edit source]

DiscoveryIn-Home and online activities designed for the whole family. It’s family history in a whole new way!

GeneopardyWhat is the game that tests your knowledge of your family tree? Geneopardy! If you think you know your family tree, try out this fun game and prove your knowledge to your friends and family. Enjoy hours of entertainment in Family Home Evenings, at family reunions or just on your own.

Wheel of Family FortuneIt pays to know your family history. Wheel of Family Fortune is the classic party game that tests how well you know your ancestor's names. Play alone, or add other players to create a fun game for the whole family!

Ancestor GamesReady for some family-centered fun? AncestorGames uses information from your tree to create personalized crossword puzzles, word searches, coloring pages, and more!

Record QuestDo you want to learn how to do family history in a fun and interactive way? Record Quest is an engaging adventure game designed to teach kids family history research skills. Next time your kids want to play a video game, give them something engaging that will also teach them valuable research skills.

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