The New Ancestry: December 11th Feature Update

Posted by Ancestry Team on December 11, 2015 in Ancestry.com Site, Australia, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, United Kingdom

Welcome to our weekly update on the new Ancestry website. Last week we posted an article that covered the upcoming features and this week we introduced several important enhancements to the Person Page, Facts view and media experience in the new Ancestry. As always, we have also included links to articles and videos at the end Read More

The New Ancestry: November 23rd Feature Update

Posted by Ancestry Team on November 23, 2015 in Ancestry.com Site, Australia, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Sweden

Welcome to our weekly update on the new Ancestry website. Last week we posted an article that covered Member Connect and Military Pages, and in the upcoming weeks, we will re-introduce more options under the “Find Person in this tree” menu on the person page. More importantly, as of December 15th, 2015, the old website will be Read More

The New Ancestry: November 13th Feature Update

Posted by Ancestry Team on November 13, 2015 in Ancestry.com Site, Australia, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, United Kingdom

Welcome to our weekly update on the new Ancestry website. Last week we posted an article that covered media improvements and this week we are happy to announce that Member Connect and Military Pages have been introduced into the site. As always, we have also included links to articles and videos at the end of this Read More

Kit de Herramientas de Genealogía de Ancestry

Posted by Ancestry Team on November 4, 2015 in Ancestry.com Site, Mexico

As we expand globally, Ancestry is committed to offering our educational content in multiple languages so we’re beginning to offer several of our most popular blog posts in Spanish. You can access the English version of the Genealogist’s Toolkit here. En Ancestry sabemos que la investigación y elaboración de tu historia familiar requiere del uso Read More

Think You Can’t Research Your African American Family History? Think Again.

Posted by Ancestry Team on November 3, 2015 in Ancestry.com Site

By Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Paul Rawlins, Editorial Manager at Ancestry The Ancestry team recently returned from the Tom Joyner Family Reunion in Orlando, Florida, where they had a fantastic time watching people’s excitement as they saw family names they recognized—or maybe had never seen—appear on U.S. census and other records. Some African Americans Read More