Take a Name LDS Family History

Take a Name LDS Family History

By Kinpoint

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2017-02-07
  • Current Version: 1.0.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 39.95 MB
  • Developer: Kinpoint
  • Compatibility: iOS 9.0+
Score: 4.52
From 221 Ratings


Take a Name is a family history app for LDS Church members who want to take their own family names to the temple. It requires a FamilySearch account with access to LDS ordinances. • Find temple ready ancestors—Take a Name searches the FamilySearch tree for your deceased ancestors and double checks that LDS ordinances are ready for the temple. • Request LDS ordinances and print temple cards – from your phone! • Try before you buy, pick your price—Try Take a Name for free! You can purchase the app when you're ready via in-app purchase. • Less time searching, more time serving—Take a Name typically delivers dozens of temple ready family names in a matter of minutes. It’s genealogy, but easier! • FamilySearch Certified—Kinpoint is a FamilySearch partner, authorized to submit names for temple work. • Data integrity—Take a Name performs a detailed set of data checks to provide confidence that an LDS ordinance is temple ready. It also excludes names of ancestors with unresolved duplicates. Take a Name does far more than simply scraping the FamilySearch website for green temples! Spend time in the temple with your ancestors instead of outside trying to find them. Genealogy has never been so satisfying!


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It just doesn’t work! I have tried like ♾ to get names but all I get is nothing!
By bella mad7698101112131415

A nightmare for genealogists

Take-a-Name allows users to print names for the temple that aren’t researched, aren’t sourced and haven’t been properly prepared for temple work. It has resulted in duplicate work being done. The better choice (if you’re not able to do the genealogy work yourself) is to use “Ordinances Ready” through FamilySearch. Ordinances Ready uses names that have been researched, sourced, prepared and shared with the temple system. Duplicates are still possible but far less likely than using the Take-a-Name app.
By SDfranz

Help needed

Hello, This app is great and I really enjoy the simplicity this gives me in doing my family work. My issue is that I keep getting an error, and nothing will load. Searches,reservations, etc. How can I fix this? I logged out of it to try and fix it, now it won’t let me log back in. Thank you
By DanielRamonR0driguez


I’ve heard great things about this App. However, it hasn’t worked once since I got it. Disappointing 😕
By OkState81

100 stars if I could

I love Take A Name. It has allowed me to do nearly 100 baptisms and confirmations in my first 11 visits. I love how simple it is. I can get 20 names in half an hour. I highly recommend it.
By Baby Daddy Fan


Using this app has been a dream come true. It makes things so much easier!
By Psyched player


This app is Awesome!! It has helped us find lots of names to take to the temple. Also, it has got my teenagers excited to do family history. Thank you so much for making this app!!
By lovmamma

Great tool but not real family history

Genealogy is NOT Family History. This just picks the low hanging fruit from your family tree. That’s great! Use it when you got to the Temple and haven’t found any names from your own research. The temptation is to use this instead of FamilySearch where more of the hard work and investigation takes place which leads up to temple work.
By JL Texaz


I have used this app to find and take family names to the temple, but I have been a bit concerned as I have dug deeper into family history that some of the names being generated for ordinances have no record of a death date, meaning there is no way to know if they died in infancy, which would mean temple ordinances are not necessarily needed, for some of the names this app is coming up with. I am just wondering how the names are found generated. It seems that reliance on this app is making people think they are doing needed temple work for ancestors that really don’t need it. How sure are you that these ordinances are really needed? Is this app generating unnecessary ordinances?
By bsclitt

Great 12/10

This is an amazing app! Highly recommend for anyone looking for temple names!
By The first sir Bob😀

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