Share Your Family Recipe with Ancestry!

Posted by Pam Velazquez on December 16, 2013 in Contest

Whether it’s green bean casserole, snickerdoodle cookies or something so unique only your family makes it – most families have a recipe that has been passed around – some for generations. Some recipes you’ll see at the dinner table often, others are favorites that only come out on special occasions like birthdays and holidays. Either Read More

Just Released: Family Tree Maker Mac 3!

Posted by Ancestry Team on December 13, 2013 in Family Tree Maker

We are pleased to announce the release of Family Tree Maker Mac 3, an updated and expanded version of the No. 1-selling family history software. Starting at $39.99, it comes packed with new features including a new Family ViewTM that lets you control how you see your family tree and add or edit information while Read More

Hunger Games Author’s Ties to Indiana

Posted by Amy Johnson Crow on December 12, 2013 in Research, Website

I’m glad I waited until Mockingjay was released before I started reading the Hunger Games trilogy as I would have hated the wait between books! As I was reading them, I could easily picture the different districts of Panem that the characters traveled through. Author Suzanne Collins did a remarkable job with the imagery. If Read More

Work Hard, Play Hard

Posted by Jim Mosher on December 12, 2013 in Inside our Offices

At Ancestry.com, our development teams work hard. We also take time to celebrate success and play hard. For example, last year, the entire development team was invited to go zip lining and fly fishing in Provo Canyon. Individual teams also have opportunities to reward their team members and do some out-of-the-office team bonding. Recently, after Read More

Give Your Research As A Gift

Posted by Pam Velazquez on December 10, 2013 in MyCanvas, Website

Give your family the gift of genealogy! The holidays are a perfect time for you to consider publishing your family history research. As most genealogists will tell you, your research is never really finished, so consider publishing what you already have. Using MyCanvas, it’s quick and easy to create amazing custom bound books filled with all Read More