AncestryDNA and 23andMe are the world’s most popular DNA tests. Combined, the companies have tested the DNA of more than 15 million people, according to the International Society of Genetic Geneology.
Ancestry.com rolls out another update after last week’s media “improvements”. This time that are announcing new Member Connect and Military Pages. The New Ancestry: November 13th Feature Update
In response to an email, the “Ancestry Insider” blog has written an excellent article describing the challenges with Ancestry.com’s and FamilySearch.org’s Census Search. Ancestry.com’s “standardized” location feature does not allow you to search an area by the “Precinct. So the author suggests you […]
New services will help Mexicans and more than 34 million Mexican Americans explore their family history; Ancestry offering FREE Access to New Records October 26 thru November 2 (PROVO, Utah and DUBLIN) – October 28, 2015 – Ancestry, the world’s leading […]
This is a great article written about Pennsylvania WWI Veterans Service and Compensation Files. This is a new collection found at Ancestry.com. The collection consists of service cards, applications for post-war compensation, and questionnaires compiled in 1920. If you have relatives living […]
More than 170 million documents from 1668-2005 now available exclusively on Ancestry; New collection provides a wealth of deeper stories about ancestors’ lives (PROVO, Utah) – September 2, 2015 – More than 170 million pages from the largest collection of wills […]
Cincinnati Enquirer the First Gannett Archive Launched with Over 4 Million Pages Online PROVO, Utah, Aug 24, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Ancestry, the leader in family history and consumer genetics, today announced its collaboration with Gannett Co., Inc., the largest local-to-national media company, […]