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What Is the FamilySearch Catalog?
The FamilySearch Catalog (formerly Family History Library Catalog ) describes genealogical resources held by FamilySearch , the Family History Library , and selected FamilySearch Centers . The Catalog is a guide to birth, marriage, and death records; census records; church registers; books; periodicals; family histories and many other records that contain genealogical information. These records may be searchable online, on microfiche or microfilm, in a book or in a computer file.
Some entries in the FamilySearch Catalog include images of records. When an image is available in the catalog, a camera icon will appear to the right of the microfilm note associated with that image.
Additional items that can be found using the Search Catalog
Follow these same steps when researching, Probate Records, Court Records, Taxation - both Land and Personal Property, Slavery and Bondage, Public Records, Schools, Cemeteries, Church History, Funeral Homes, Guardianship, History, , Maps, Poorhouses, Poor Laws, and Vital Records and more.