December Software Update

New Features We are please to announce the release of several new features designed to improve your Kindex experience. Breadcrumbs We have added breadcrumbs to help users navigate through their archives. You will find breadcrumbs on the following pages: 1. Search...

Hoarder to Order Part III: Prepare to Rescue

Kindex Co-founder Cathy Gilmore presented "Hoarder to Order: a Step-by-Step Family Record Rescue" at RootsTech 2018. This presentation examines why records are at risk, discusses obstacles to family record preservation, and gives a step-by-step overview of how...

September Software Update for Archive Owners

Here's what we've been up to this September to improve your Kindex experience. New Kindex Content & Features We updated our Featured Archive Page to contain links to help Kindexers get started, upgrade their plan, and learn more about our featured archives. We...

Hoarder to Order Part II: A Family Record Risk Assessment

Kindex Co-founder Cathy Gilmore presented "Hoarder to Order: a Step-by-Step Family Record Rescue" at RootsTech 2018. This presentation examines why records are at risk, discusses obstacles to family record preservation, and gives a step-by-step overview of how...

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What’s in Your Closet?

What’s in Your Closet?

I can’t remember what I was looking for, but something on the top shelf caught my eye. It was a red and black Nike shoebox, with “letters” written in black marker on the outside. “These are mother’s,” my mom said. “I got them after she died.” I opened the box, and we sat on the bed, opening letters. Unfolding their delicate pages, I was mesmerized by the handwriting, the words, and the photos that sometimes fell out as we opened them. These were my grandparent’s love letters. I couldn’t put them down.

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Ellsworth to Dorothy, 1 August 1932

Ellsworth to Dorothy, 1 August 1932

Oh Dot, I think of you in all my work. You just seem to pop up wherever I am and whatever I’m doing. Even though I’m busy and not able to write quite so often as I did I think of us often and with more real appreciation. At first it was sort of a devoid feeling I felt mostly because of my many evenings and days with you. It was a direct change in my way of living. Now I’m somewhat over that. I still am lonely but I’m realizing what it means to be a pal to you and be in your company. A deeper appreciation I believe. It’s surely the foundation for a very close friendship. I realize now that it is not a common infatuation or a short romance. If it were ever that it has changed into something which I want to keep and what means everything to me.

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General Laborer

General Laborer

I have looked at enough census records to know that the center column—the occupation—is where much of the lives of my ancestors are revealed. While many researchers take pride in a discovery of distinction—a gentleman perhaps, or a minister, doctor, or politician—I...

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What’s New on Kindex.org

Updated 03.27.2017 March Software Updates: Upgrade to a Collaborative Archive to transform your archive into a destination where friends or family can help gather, index, and search—or simply enjoy reading family records. Invite unlimited people at no cost to them....

What’s New on Kindex.org

Updated 03.27.2017 March Software Updates: Upgrade to a Collaborative Archive to transform your archive into a destination where friends or family can help gather, index, and search—or simply enjoy reading family records. Invite unlimited people at no cost to them....

Updating your Kindex Account

New User Accounts We recently updated our user accounts, and no longer require a FamilySearch login. In order to retain your existing Kindex archive records and data, you will be required to update your account with a new password. Go to Kindex.org and click the Log...

Kindex Software: Worth the Wait

Kindex Software: Worth the Wait

We appreciate your patience and support as we move forward. They say the first year in business is the hardest, and we can attest that this is true. But we are determined to be successful, as we believe to the core in our vision: to gather what is scattered, reveal what is hidden and find what is lost.

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