Naturally a Success!

Posted by Jeanie Croasmun on February 3, 2009 in Research

It seems like I know more about everyone else’s family history than my own.  That’s how things work when you put together a magazine: you get very involved in the subject but from a third-person perspective. My own family hasn’t made it any simpler: they throw things away, forget to tell stories, and have surnames Read More

Family Tree Maker 2009 – More about the Free Update

Posted by Michelle Pfister on February 2, 2009 in Family Tree Maker

The Family Tree Maker Free 2009 Update is within a few days of release! When it’s available for download, we’ll provide specific feature information here. I’ve asked Tana L. Pedersen, author of The Official Guide to Family Tree Maker 2009, to be a guest blogger on this site. She’ll provide you with characteristically clear instructions Read More

More search questions from the webinar

Posted by Anne Gillespie Mitchell on February 2, 2009 in Website

There were some questions in the webinar that were search related that I didn’t have time to answer. This is the second set of questions. You can also view the first set 7. How can I obtain results for just one state? This is a good question and there are multiple ways to go about Read More

U.S. Content Update: Selected U.S. Naturalization Records – Original Documents, 1790-1974

Posted by Ancestry Team on February 2, 2009 in Collections

Over the weekend we rolled one new database and several fixes to existing databases: New Database Selected U.S. Naturalization Records – Original Documents, 1790-1974 In an effort to get these records out to you sooner rather than later, we have released the images with a light index including name, state, record type, court type, court, Read More