FamilySearch Q&A with Kathryn Grant (29 July 2020)
Kathryn answers FamilySearch related questions from a live audience in this live Q&A webinar. The questions addressed during the Q&A are listed below.
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13:06 – Where can I find Canadian Divorce Records?
14:27 – I have added sources and get the message “unfinished attachments”, what should I do?
18:31 – I know that for places of burials, actual cemetery names are not accepted as standard. Where is the best place to add this additional information?
21:44 – I have photos of relatives on my photo folder in my computer. In FamilySearch and Ancestry, where do I put in the photo?
22:50 – I have a birth set of parents and then an adopted set also. It says to set the preferred parent. How do you do that?
25:30 – Family Tree information is saved for everyone, however most of us save information in other places as well. Is there any way to create an electonic Will that will save information for future generations?
27:28 – Is there a plan to let us be able to rearrange photos and documents in a person’s FamilySearch memories page? I would like to put the photos and documents in chronological order. Also, If I have photos in albums, do those albums disappear after I die and my FamilySearch account is deactivated?
31:48 – If a picture is on its side, can it be rotated?
34:35 – Who is James Tanner?
35:45 – When I obtain certificates from the GRO in England, is it OK to post them in Memories in FamilySearch Family Tree?
36:21 – When I obtain certificates from the GRO in England, is it OK to post them in Memories in FamilySearch Family Tree?
41:41 – What is the source of the yearbook photos?
42:24 – If the albums don’t go away, how do people access the albums?
Is the album attached to everyone’s Memories page who is tagged in one of the photos?
45:28 – Who do I contact to correct the information?