5 Tipps für einen soliden Familienstammbaum

Posted by Ancestry Team on February 21, 2016 in Germany, Research

In unsere Familienstammbäume investieren wir einiges an Zeit und Geld und natürlich auch viel Herzblut. Und da wir so viel Liebe in diese Arbeit legen, wollen wir sichergehen, dass die Verknüpfungen zwischen den Generationen und zwischen unseren Vorfahren und den dazugehörigen Belegen solide und belastbar sind. Deswegen haben wir ein paar Punkte zusammengestellt, die sehr Read More

Ancestry Product Update: February 19th Issue

Posted by Ancestry Team on February 19, 2016 in Website

We recently released several changes to Hints and wanted to make sure you were aware: Navigational Change on All Hints Page: As part of making navigational changes that allow you to get to endpoints more quickly across the site, we introduced the ability to access a list of all people on your trees in the Read More

Ancestry Product Update: February 1st Issue

Posted by Ancestry Team on February 1, 2016 in Website

Following the global transition that took place last month, we wanted to highlight features we recently released and others we are still working on. As always, we have also included links to articles and videos at the end of this post that will help answer your questions and provide more tips on the new site. Feature we introduced: Read More

A Quarter of Canadians Unaware of Where Ancestors Emigrated From

Posted by Ancestry Team on January 25, 2016 in Canada

With the topic of migration currently on the news agenda, new research¹ reveals that many Canadians are in the dark when it comes to their own family’s immigration story. During a recent research project we commissioned, we found nine out of 10 Canadians agree that immigration is important to our country. Canada was the first country Read More

Joining Your Family’s Native American Tribe

Posted by Ancestry Team on January 8, 2016 in Website

By Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Lisa Arnold, Senior Content Strategist at Ancestry Is it possible to become accepted into the Native American tribe of my ancestor? —David C. Many Americans believe they have at least one Native American ancestor. More than 900 nations, peoples, tribes, and bands (the terms are interchangeable) once lived on Read More

The New Ancestry: December 11th Feature Update

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

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