FamilySearch experienced lots of changes in 2021. They hosted RootsTech completely virtually. It was the largest free, all-virtual genealogy conference, with over 1 million people participating from over 240 countries. FamilySearch also completed digitizing its collection of 2.4 million rolls of microfilm.

Here are some highlights:

  • 1.38 billion people now in the FamilySearch Family Tree
  • 14.3 billion searchable names and images available from historical records
  • 2.4 million rolls of microfilm digitized
  • 200 million visits to
  • 1 million+ participants at the first all-virtual RootsTech Connect
  • 40,000 books added to the Family History Library in Salt Lake

Read all about these accomplishments in the article “2021 FamilySearch Year in Review.”



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