FamilySearch Microfilms

 

With the majority of FamilySearch microfilms having now been digitised, the microfilm borrowing service has been discontinued.

NZSG had a licence to use FamilySearch microfilms at three sites in New Zealand, known as Affiliate Libraries.

FamilySearch is a service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Many of the digitised images can be viewed at no cost from your home computer via the FamilySearch website.  (See details below).

At our Affiliate Libraries you will be able to view digital images which can otherwise only be viewed at an LDS Family History Library or Affiliate Library.

 

Auckland

Family Research Centre 
Level 1, 159 Queens Rd 
Panmure, Auckland 

Hours:  Session Times
Phone:  09 570 4248 Ext 9

 

Wellington

National Library of New Zealand 
Cnr Molesworth and Aitken Streets 
Wellington 

Hours: Monday to Friday: 10.00am-4.00pm 
Saturday:  9.00am-12.30pm 
Phone (a direct line):  04 474 3048 

 

Christchurch

Canterbury Branch Library, 
Parkview Community Lounge
75 Queenspark Drive
Parklands

Hours: Thur 10am-3pm, Sat 2-4pm or by arrangement. 
Contact Jan Slater 354 6494. 
Email Jan Slater  

 

How to find Digital Images on FamilySearch

Digital image collections can be accessed today in 3 places on FamilySearch.org, all under Search.

Catalog. https://www.familysearch.org/catalog/search

Includes a description of all the microfilms and digital images in the FamilySearch collection. This is where all of FamilySearch's digitized microfilm and new digital images from its global camera operations are being published. A camera icon appears in the Catalog adjacent to a microfilm listing when it is available digitally.

Records  https://www.familysearch.org/hr/search

Includes collections that have been indexed by name or published with additional waypoints to help browse the unindexed images.

Books https://books.familysearch.org/

Includes digital copies of books from the Family History Library and other libraries, including many books that were previously copied to microfilm.

For additional help, see  "Finding Digital Images of Records on FamilySearch"

 

 

For further information contact researchservice@genealogy.org.nz

 

06/09/2016