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It’s here – the National Probate Calendar

Posted by Heather Erickson on August 12, 2010 in Ancestry.com Site

AUTHORED BY RUSSELL JAMES (FROM ANCESTRY.CO.UK) Ancestry.co.uk’s biggest release of the year officially went online. The National Probate Calendar will help you uncover details of your ancestors’ wealth, social standing and even their hobbies and interests, plus point you in the direction of further family members. It’s now available for everyone to search online for… Read more

Join Ancestry.com in Boston!

Posted by on August 11, 2010 in Company News

Make a date to meet generations of your family at  Boston Family History Day 2010 – Saturday, October 16, 2010 Brought to you by Ancestry.com and the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) Register today for this exciting event, which will include a full day of classes, family history, and of course Ancestry.com experts on… Read more

Get Ready For an Encore Performance of NBC’s Who Do You Think You Are? (August 13 at 8/7c)

As you may have already heard, NBC is planning to re-air four episodes of the TV show Who Do You Think You Are? starting on Friday, August 13 at 8/7c. As a sponsor of NBC during the show, we wanted to make sure that you didn’t miss this Friday night affair, where you can expect… Read more

Millions of Midwesterners—Ohio and Michigan Vital Records

Posted by Paul Rawlins on August 10, 2010 in Content

This post is just a quick heads-up to let you know about a few million Midwestern records that have gone live on Ancestry.com over the last week. Ohio Online Ohio is the big winner, with indexes to more than 10 million vital records. Ohio Deaths, 1908–1932, 1938–1944, and 1958–2007, has been updated with an additional… Read more

Family Tree Maker: Unrelated Individuals

Posted by Tana L. Pedersen on August 9, 2010 in Family Tree Maker

I recently found a death index entry for an infant that bore the unique surname of my great-grandfather. I didn’t want to add the infant to a specific family because I wasn’t certain that they were related. But I also didn’t want to lose the information in case I discovered a relationship with the baby… Read more

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