Have you ever asked yourself if it’s possible to preserve and secure all your family tree data, and your family’s history, stories and photos—in our uncertain world? And can it be done at no cost?
Let’s see, protection could be needed against---
|FamilySearch server towers for Family Tree and other resources|
- earthquake, fire, floods (or the dog)—check
- civil unrest (or the grand-kids), vermin, heat, mold, high humidity—check
- hurricanes, typhoons, tornadoes, volcanoes, tsunamis—check
- war, nuclear or EMP strike—check, check and check!
Those familiar with FamilySearch.org know this organization has for many decades intently focused on building the legitimate capability to preserve, protect and in many ways, to share their precious records--microfilmed, digitized, acquired, or indexed data from most countries around the world.
Whether it’s building your family lineage in their online (public—open edit) Family Tree (Register--it's free)—or uploading photos, stories, even audio files, or, uploading your genealogy to the old Pedigree Resource File (your private—yet viewable pedigree tree--see the "Genealogies" page for upload) you now have the ability and opportunity to preserve your life’s legacy of family history treasures, and share with kith and kin for many generations to come! With over a half a century of constructing a sound infrastructure there, FamilySearch is serious about security and safety for not only their vast genealogical records gathered from around the world, but its dedicated plethora of resources is legit for preserving your priceless genealogical records and files as well.
To learn a bit more of the extent to which FamilySearch.org is prepared to provide such services, enjoy this presentation: https://bit.ly/2KH2Arc. Then, with utmost confidence, plan soon to upload and share (it’s free) your family's history with current and future generations, today—all at FamilySearch.org.