Posted by Jessica Murray on January 22, 2016 in Website

Tracing your family history is a very personal journey for some including Cathy Romero of Genealogical Society of Hispanic America (GSHA). Cathy shares what prompted her New Mexican family research, and the exciting discovery she quickly made on her paternal side.

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Jessica Murray

Jessica serves as Social Media Manager for Ancestry, United States.

2 Comments

  1. Christopher Gauthier

    Tried “Free” month. Got charged without notification. When I tried to use it to trace my family, I was then told that since all of my ancestors trace to Canada, it would be another fee to access “International” records. I don’t appreciate being charged for a “free” service, only to learn that it is useless to me unless I pay even more fees.

  2. Member Services Social Support Team

    @Christopher We’re sorry to hear that you had problems with your free trial. When you sign up for the free trial you will get an option to select which type of subscription you would like to try and it’s also stated in the terms and conditions that your free trial will automatically renew unless it’s cancelled before the renewal date. But if you would like for us to take a further look into this please send an email to socialsupport@ancestry.com

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