IGI

(redirected from International Genealogical Index)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
Category filter:
AcronymDefinition
IGIInternational Genealogical Index
IGIIndira Gandhi International (airport; India)
IGII'm Going In
IGIInternational Gemological Institute
IGIIdea Group Inc. (Canada)
IGIInstrument Ground Instructor (certification; US FAA)
IGIIndian Institute of Geomorphologists (University of Allahabad; Uttar Pradesh, India)
IGIImage-Guided Intervention (medical procedure)
IGII Get It
IGIInfotech Global, Inc (Piscataway, NJ)
IGIInstitute of Geologists of Ireland
IGIInternational Gaming Institute (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV)
IGIInstitute for Graphic Interfaces (South Korea)
IGIInfectious Gastrointestinal Illness
IGIIowa Governor's Institute (University of Iowa)
IGIInstitution Gang Investigator (prisons)
IGIInspector General for Investigations
IGIInvestigation Group International, Inc. (Washington, DC)
IGIInitial Gap Increasing Method
IGIInner Grid Injection
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Once you have mastered the use of these databases, spread your wings and look at the familysearch site at www.familysearch.org/site containing the massive International genealogical Index. A very useful tool, but do not treat the results as proofs without cross referencing them with the original records.
IGI International Genealogical Index [familysearch.org]
Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean of the Wiesenthal Center, made the urgent request after being informed by Salt Lake City researcher Helen Radkey that Wiesenthal's name had been added about a week ago to the Mormons' International Genealogical Index.
MARY, Birmingham A THE International Genealogical Index, to give its name in full, is an index compiled by the Mormons for religious purposes, but made available to genealogists in the 1970s.
Other clues could include the details of landowners and estates contained within the Tithe Map and Apportionments, records of wills, and the International Genealogical Index.
Neither can be answered with any confidence -- but I did try to discover whether any of his other legatees were black, by looking up their names in the International Genealogical Index (IGI).
The Mormons have put their International Genealogical Index on the Web (www.familysearch.org) - particularly useful for British researchers looking for dates held in parish registers before 1837 (the year national civil records began).
The Mormon International Genealogical Index indicates that he married Marie Frances Giles on 17 May 1825.
The Baptism and Marriage registers are mostly indexed as part of the International Genealogical Index (I.G.I.) online at www.familysearch.org.
Known as the International Genealogical Index, the 'IGI', it contains millions of records which can be used as a starting point for research.
A group of genealogists has examined recent versions of the Church's International Genealogical Index (IGI) and Ordinance Index (OI) and have determined that Mormon religious rituals on Jews go on unabated.
Bob adds: "We have national information on births, marriages and deaths, copies of census, the International Genealogical Index, and all sorts of family search material."
Full browser ?