Monday, June 15, 2009

NFS Rollout News: Your Stake’s Listed!

Watchers of the New FamilySearch (NFS) rollout in Utah and Idaho have seen release dates appear by the names of Logan stakes in this table:

Logan Utah Stakes Table

I’ve thought on several occasions that it would be neat when the day came that a table showed up with the name of my stake. That day arrived last week some time, along with this list of remaining temple districts:

Temple district list with links to stake lists

Click on the name of your temple district and look for your stake. Unfortunately, unless you are in the Logan district, you won’t be seeing any dates in the “Release Date” column. However, each table gives the names and e-mail addresses of the Area Family History Advisers assisting stakes with the rollout of NFS.

Cache and Bear Lake Valleys, Wasatch front north from North Salt Lake. Morgan. Wyoming: Afton and Thayne. Brent and Dianne Russon
Salt Lake Valley, I-80 Evanston to Wendover, Kamas, Park City. LaMar and Marjorie Westra
Nevada and Arizona (Page) Jim and Janyce Miller
Northern Utah Valley to Lindon, BYU, UVU Randy Bryson
Southern Utah Valley to Orem Max and Ruth Seamons
St. George Utah temple district (stakes in Utah) Keith and Emily Anderson
Boise Idaho temple district Ted and Marilyn Hess
Idaho Falls vicinity, Moore and Salmon Larry and Kathy Killian
Rigby, Idaho vicinity: Terreton to Ririe Barry and Phyllis Lewis
Pocatello, Idaho vicinity: Blackfoot to Arimo, American Falls John and Toni Faddis


Speaking of Logan release dates, since my last rollout news, here’s what’s new:

  • Seven stakes in the Logan district were given a release date last Monday and went live today, 15 June 2009.
  • As I write this, it hasn’t happened yet, but if things go according to pattern, today another group of stakes in the Logan district will be given a release date, probably for 22 June 2009.
  • Also, the Ogden district received notice on 11 June 2009; leaders and family history consultants now have access.

As always, all the latest information can be found at “Temple Districts Using New FamilySearch.” Keep everyone informed by sending your news to .

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