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Creating a family tree is free and easy. Step 1: Create a free account. Not only will you be able to start your family tree, but creating an account gives you access to FamilySearch's online records and the Memories storage feature. Step 2: Add what you know about your family. We recommend starting with the first four generations.What are the benefits of signing in to FamilySearch?
Patron sign-in will enable FamilySearch to satisfy the ongoing need for user authentication. That authentication can deliver rich, personalized discovery, collaboration, and help experiences.How secure is my information with FamilySearch?
Know that FamilySearch protects the privacy of living people—nobody else can see what you enter about yourself or other living family members. Step 3: Connect to FamilySearch's vast database of information. Once you add a deceased relative to the tree, FamilySearch will try to connect you to any information it has about that person in its database.How do I create a free account on FamilySearch?
You can register to use FamilySearch.org for free. Users must be at least 13 years old to create an account. Each user of FamilySearch should have his or her own account. FamilySearch does not want people to register an account for another person.