When you search the free genealogy records on FamilySearch.org, what you might not know is that your search doesn’t cover all the digitized records on the site. That’s because FamilySearch starts adding collections to the site even before they’re fully indexed and searchable, in the interest of letting researchers access those records right away. And in one of the 16 video classes in our Winter 2014 Virtual Genealogy Conference (Feb. 28-March 2), Rick Crume will show you tricks for finding what you need faster in these unindexed and partially indexed record sets.
How do you find those browse-only databases in the first place?
Ancestry Insider has the details.