Story Features

Ancestry.comYesterday posted a story featuring highlighting the upcoming completion of the decennial U.S. Census Collection, which will culminate with the posting of an every-name index to the 1910 U.S. Federal Census. The article features several stories of celebrity roots and is available online at

7 thoughts on “ Story Features

  1. I would like to take advantage of the free three day History on the locating of my family.

  2. Please could I take advantage of the free three day History on the locating of my

    My maiden name was Studd. My mother’s maiden name was Edgar

    Thank you

  3. please could i take advantage of the free 3 day historyon the locating of my maiden name was mothers maiden name was peterson. thank you

  4. How do I avail myself of the offer announced on abc news this morning, Nov. 3?

  5. I want to help Diane Sawyer test the idea that her Foxey Dunagan, like many other Dunagans in TN, KY, and IN, traces back to the Carolinas in the 1700s. It appers that my great-great-grandfather, Solomon Dunagan, migrated to Barren County Kentucy about the same time as his brother Isaac Dunagan migrated to Wayne County Kentucky.

    Best wishes,
    Dick Dunagan, past editor
    DUNNAGANS OF ALL SPELLINGS (DOAS) newsletter 1996-2005
    1969 Pioneer Drive
    Beloit WI 53511

    (Part of a small branch of Dunagans who migrated NC to SC to KY to IN to IL to WI)

  6. I am the ggg granddaughter of lydia ann brown the wife of
    ezekiel dunagan. I don’t know who foxey dunagan was. but if
    that person was a dunagan they had to be fine.



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