FamilySearch launches a new function that allows users to build same-sex family trees on its free website
[Editor’s Note: We just received this press release from FamilySearch outlining new records added to their online site.]
SALT LAKE CITY, UT (10 December 2019), The FamilySearch Family Tree now provides the ability for users to document all family relationships, including same-sex relationships. Nonprofit Famil
How It Works
When adding a spouse or parent to the FamilySearch Family Tree, the user can now add a spouse or parent of the same sex. The Family Tree mobile app will also support this new capacity after users install the necessary updates.
(Find and share this announcement online in the FamilySearch Newsroom).
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