Summarized by Michael Nielsen
Where Mormons and the Internet Meet - 8 Million Times a Day
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH -- The major Internet magazine, The Standard,
looked at the LDS Church's familysearch.org site. recently. Since it
went on-line in May 1999, the Family Research Center has averaged
between 7 million and 9 million visitors daily, making it one of the
most heavily trafficked sites on the Internet. The church's family
history project began in 1894, and now includes 650 million names in
its archives. An additional million are added monthly.
Where Mormons and the Internet Meet - 8 Million Times a Day.
The Standard.com 7Aug00 N6
By Robert S. Boynton
FamilySearch.org isn't just any genealogy site. It's helping Mormons save the souls of their ancestors.