Take a Name LDS Family History For PC Windows and Mac Full Download

Take a Name LDS Family History For PC Windows and Mac Full Download

Take a Name LDS Family History For PC Windows and Mac Full Download

Take a Name LDS Family History For PC Windows and Mac Full Download

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Take a Name LDS Family History1.0.21




A D V E R T I S E M E N T


Publisher Description



Take a Name is a family history app for LDS Church members who want to take their own family names to the temple. It requires a FamilySearch account with access to LDS ordinances.

Find temple ready ancestors. Take a Name searches the FamilySearch tree for your deceased ancestors and double checks that LDS ordinances are ready for the temple.

Request LDS ordinances and print temple cards – from your phone!

Try before you buy, pick your price. Try Take a Name for free! You can purchase the app when you're ready via in-app purchase.

Less time searching. More time serving. Take a Name typically delivers dozens of temple ready family names in a matter of minutes. It’s genealogy, but easier!

FamilySearch Certified. Kinpoint is a FamilySearch partner, authorized to submit names for temple work.

Data integrity. Take a Name performs a detailed set of data checks to provide confidence that an LDS ordinance is temple ready. It also excludes names of ancestors with unresolved duplicates. Take a Name does far more than simply scraping the FamilySearch website for green temples!

Spend time in the temple with your ancestors instead of outside trying to find them.



Take a Name LDS Family History is a free software application from the Reference Tools subcategory, part of the Education category. The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2019-12-24. The program can be installed on Android.

Take a Name LDS Family History (version 1.0.21) has a file size of 9.02 MB and is available for download from our website. Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded 2612 times. We already checked that the download link to be safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded software with your antivirus.

Program Details



General

 
Publisher Kinpoint, Inc.
Released Date 2019-12-24
Languages English


System requirements

 
Operating systems android

Download information

 
File size 9.02 MB
Total downloads 2612

Pricing

 
License model Free
Price N/A

Version History



Here you can find the changelog of Take a Name LDS Family History since it was posted on our website on 2016-12-24. The latest version is 1.0.21 and it was updated on soft112.com on 2020-09-16. See below the changes in each version:

version 1.0.4

version 1.0.17

Fixed a problem with the maps feature affecting all devices. Google recently updated their Maps API and broke the maps feature within the app. Recommended update for all users.

version 1.0.19

Fixed a few problems. Improved stability.

version 1.0.21

Fixes crash that happened on launch with Android 10.






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Take a Name LDS Family History For PC Windows and Mac Full Download

This app is available only on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.

    Description

    FamilySearch Family Tree makes it easy and convenient to discover and document your own branches of the world’s family tree while preserving family memories such as photos, written stories, and audio recordings.

    Connect with your ancestors as you discover the important events and stories of their lives. As your heart turns to them, begin to collect and add your own favorite family memories to the tree for others to enjoy for generations to come. Share your family legacy with others in person or through popular social networks.

    • Browse your family branches, and see portraits of relatives you’ve never seen before.
    • Discover facts, documents, stories, photos, and recordings about your ancestors.
    • Easily add new life details, photos, stories, and audio recordings for your relatives.
    • Take your family tree with you wherever you go—the app works even without Internet access.
    • The app automatically syncs with FamilySearch.org, so you can pick up where you left off on any device.

    Share family stories with your children at bedtime or in the car while traveling. Learn something new about your family origins while waiting in a line. Take the app to family gatherings, and capture stories you’ve never heard before. Ask your parents and grandparents to tell you about their lives and what they remember about their deceased relatives; then record their stories using the app. Use important moments of your history as teaching aids. Watch how stories of your ancestors’ hardships, endurance, and faith help you become a better person.

    FamilySearch Family Tree is always free. It’s the best way to find and share meaningful, heart-turning family stories that will make an impact on your life and the lives of your loved ones.


    NOTE: Content you provide for deceased individuals will be publicly available. See our privacy policy for more details.

    Version 3.9.9

    You can now make a memory private when you are the submitter.

    Recording an audio story is now limited to 5 minutes.

    Rotate functionality to photos already on FamilySearch.

    Improved stability and fixed bugs.

    Don from Las Vegas ,

    Impressive archive

    I have been collecting family tree information since 1974 but for past 20 years had taken a break and the past month refocused on completing and publishing family tree. During my hiatus the Internet happened and Family Tree leverages the new technology. After 15 minutes on the site was astonished by how comprehensive, accurate and complete the archive was. In fact on one side of family went back one generation further than I had completed. I am excited and looking forward to posting pictures of family members generation back that have been entrusted to me by my grandparents and parents. This is the archive I want to invest time to update for future generations. I have a wealth of information to share, that includes pictures, stories and historical information for my ancestors. I have invested Hundreds of hours and many trips around the USA compiling, picture taking and documenting my family’s history. Hoping the archive allows for including some additional family details.

    I love this app!

    I have used this app to research my entire family and a number of friends. I have found birth and death records, copies of personal letters and wills, land deeds, land grants for military service, and, oh, the history I have learned. It’s fascinating to read about your ancestry and realize they actually fought in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Indian Wars, the Civil War (fighting on both sides of the war); even draft records for WWI AND WWII. Or, that your ancestors lived in Europe during the Black Death, when hundreds of thousand of people died. Or that some ancestors were members of the Order of the Knights of the Fellow-Poor Soldiers of Solomon, known as the Knights Templar! I have ancestors
    from Ireland, Great Britain, Germany, Denmark , Sweden, Switzerland, Russia, Egypt, Iran, Afghanistan, Israel and Saudi Arabia. Doesn’t that make you think! I have actually made contact with a number of people that actually shares my DNA; cousins 1, 2, 3, even 5 times removed. What a trip! I LOVE THIS APP!

    Love it but there are some flaws

    The app works well and I love the updates. However, there is a big flaw in the system. I’ve started seeing names in my close family tree, families I’ve been researching closely and know well, reserved by distant relatives and then shared with the temple. By distant I mean go back 11-15 generations and then come down a different line, then go over to a spouse and go up the spouses family tree. There are people that distantly related somehow reserving names on my direct lines making it more difficult for me to do the work. There should be a simple way for me to go to the temple and ask to do those family names. The temple should be able to pull my family names from their “temple system”. I still think it odd that someone so distantly related is working on a branch they aren’t really related to but at least it wouldn’t hinder closer family members from doing their work. This even happened with a family member’s great grandfather and they haven’t been able to do his work yet.

    Information

    Seller
    FamilySearch International
    Compatibility

    Requires iOS 12.0 and watchOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

    Languages

    English, Albanian, Bulgarian, Cambodian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Tonga, Traditional Chinese, Ukrainian, Vietnamese

    Copyright
    © 2020 Intellectual Reserve, Inc.
    • Family Sharing

      With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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