LDS Ancestral Families Association (LDSAFA) identifies resources and examples of practices and activities that various LDS Ancestral Family Organizations (AFOs) who are Members of LDSAFA have found meaningful and successful for family members through the years. These resources and examples are listed below and linked to those organizations that specifically represent them.
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Have a Unique Domain Name and Public-Accessible Website
by R. Clayton Brough, Vice-President, Brough Family Organization, 2017
All LDS Ancestral Family Organizations (AFOs) should have a unique domain name or Internet address and a public-accessible website. Only having a "members only" or "proprietary" website hinders people from quickly searching and finding family history information on deceased individuals within an AFO database or website. Some LDS AFOs have both a public website and a members only website--such as the Brough Family Organization (BFO domain, BFO proprietary) and the Joseph Smith, Jr. and Emma Hale Historical Society (JSEHHS domain, JSEHHS proprietary).
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