The Social Security Death Index (SSDI) was one of Ancestry.com’s very first databases. We’ve been adding names to this collection since 1996, and in that time we have listed more than 86 million names in the collection. In fact, we were the first to provide family historians online access to the SSDI, so we realize Read More
We are pleased to have resolved all issues relating to our use and access to the Drouin Collection. The existing Drouin collection will be available on Ancestry.com (and other Ancestry international properties) on Monday, September 21.
The Drouin Collection is temporarily unavailable. No other collections are affected, however please do not hesitate to contact Member Services if you have any questions. Further updates will be provided in due course.
If you missed the military webinar on Tuesday evening, the cached version of it is now available here. Brian Peterson, Chris Lydiksen, and I had so much to cover that we did not have much time to answer the questions that came in during the webinar. Since many of those questions are on topics that I Read More