50,000 indexers and arbitrators. 24 hours. One history-making event. All that is needed is YOU!
On July 2, 2012, a total of 49,025 FamilySearch indexers and arbitrators joined together to set the all-time record for the most indexing participants in a single day. That lofty record is about to be broken-by you!
Join volunteers from around the world onfor an international history-making event! The goal? For 50,000 indexers and arbitrators to submit at least one batch in a 24-hour period! Do more if you would like, but one batch is all that is required to be counted in the record!
This remarkable goal will require help from every current indexer and arbitrator, plus many new volunteers,* but it can be achieved if generous volunteers like you commit to participate. So mark your calendar, and spread the word! Invite friends and family to join you. Organize an indexing party; create a fun family challenge or ward service project. Everyone is needed. Everyone can make a difference!
Need more motivation? No matter where you live or what language you speak, you can lift where you stand and add to this historic worldwide achievement. You may choose to work on any project you prefer. However, we suggest that you work on the following projects in your native language:
- US-Obituaries, 1980-2014
- US-Passport Applications, 1795-1925
- US, New Orleans-Passenger Lists, 1820-1902
- UK, Manchester-Parish Registers, 1787-1999
The record-setting begins at Facebook event page for your local start time and status updates.coordinated universal time (UTC) on , which is mountain daylight time (MDT or Utah time) on . It ends 24 hours later, at (or ) on . Check the FamilySearch
Through the selfless efforts of worldwide volunteers like you, millions of people have found their ancestors and received temple ordinances on their behalf. At the end of this exciting 24-hour event, millions more records will be available and ancestors will be found!
One batch is all it takes. Don’t miss your chance onto be part of this history-making event! Plan now to get involved and add your name to the record-setting legacy!