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FamilySearch Center Reviews
This was not on our planned visit of the city, however we thought it would be interesting to take a quick look. Well, that was a mistake. This is a GREAT place. If you have any interest in your... more »
Unfortunately, my wife has not been able to get much family history from others in her family. The folks here were very helpful in helping her find a number of family members online. We were both... more »
Nicest most caring people i have ever met bar none
Wonderful place to begin learning about family history and how to start discovering your ancestors. The staff were knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. Admission and services are free. Families are welcome. This place also has excellent resources to aid in advanced family history research with experts on hand to help. The information desk in the lobby can guide you to the FamilySearch Center.
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