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.
You can now add memories from files on your device.
Record hints now show on the Tree view.
Improved stability and fixed bugs.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
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 appreciate all the work that is done in connection with Family Tree. I love my ancestors and all they did in their lives that brought me to the place I am today. I love that much work was done on my lines that gave me the knowledge and joy it brought me when I joined the Church at 17. I didn’t know that my Great Great Grandparentseri Stephen and Hannah Markham were early members joining in 1834 and 1836. Hannah and my Great Grandfather David Markham, 18 years old at the time in the early 1850’s, left Utah for Northern California to join Hannah and Stephen’s older son’s Warren (Catherine Ann Jones) and William Whiting, never married. David married Emeline Conrad and raised a family , including my Grandfather, David Andrew (Alice Parks). He became Chief of Police of Willows, CA. In 1940 he was shot and killed in the line of duty. My Father Edgar Hanford Markham Sr. Met and married my mother Elberta Charlotte Abel in Willows when my mother came there to work. My father was elected Mayor of Davis in his middle 60’s. After Hannah and David came to California the Church faded from their lives.
Improve! Improve! Improve!
The app is great but it could be even better. There are few records of my family so I have to add everything myself. This is not a problem but there are a few problems that can improve the app.
1. I would really like to keep my family tree so no one can see it and I really want to have complete access to everything including changing the status of a deceased person to living. Well if it’s my family tree then I have the right to do whatever I want with it.
2. There are many information you can add to a person. This part includes many useless things but not the most useful thing, Cause of Death. I really wanted to add the cause of death of my ancestors but I was forced to add a note and then write the cause of death there. I would really appreciate it if you add this option to “Add Information”. You can also add an option to add diseases so we can tract genetic diseases through our ancestors.
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Requires iOS 12.0 and watchOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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