News and Highlights Archive


 
Center in the News 8 January 2011

Think the Family History Library in Salt Lake City is the only place to do serious genealogical research? Think again! Recently, I had the opportunity to chat with Kathryn Daynes, director of BYU's Center for Family History and Genealogy. One hour later as I left her office in the Joseph F. Smith Building, I felt as though I had just discovered a genealogical gold mine. Read more.

IAP Featured in The Daily Universe 30 November 2007

In the 30 November 2007 issue of BYU's student newspaper, The Daily Universe, an article appeared about the Center for Family History and Genealogy's Immigrant Ancestors Project. You can read the full article here on the BYU NewsNet site.

2007 Annual Family History Fireside Video Available 15 April 2007

A video of the Center for Family History and Genealogy's 2007 Annual Family History Fireside is now available for download on our website. To view this video please go to our Fireside Transcripts on this site by clicking here.

Family History Fireside Featured in The Daily Universe 14 March 2007

In the 22 February 2007 issue of The Daily Universe, Jared Preusz gives a report on the Center for Family History and Genealogy's Family History Fireside with Richard H. Winkel, President of the Sacramento California Temple. You can read the full article here on the BYU NewsNet site.

2007 Family History Fireside Transcript Available 15 February 2007

On 9 February 2007, the Center for Family History and Genealogy's Annual Family History Fireside was held in the BYU Wilkinson Center. Richard H. Winkel, President of the Sacramento California Temple and a former member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, gave a talk entitled The Pure Love of Christ—Our Model for Succcessful Marriage.

A complete transcript of his address is available on this site here.

IAP Featured in The Daily Universe 12 February 2007

In the 12 February 2007 issue of The Daily Universe, Jared Preusz gives a report on the Center for Family History and Genealogy's Immigrant Ancestors Project. You can read the full article here on the BYU NewsNet site.

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