According to the family lore, professional football-great Jerome Bettis’s great-grandfather simply disappeared. End of story? Not on this week’s Who Do You Think You Are? Bettis starts his search with a death record and continues on his quest, discovering stories of strength and family members who were born into slavery. Ancestry.com is a sponsor of the show, airing Friday nights at 8/7c on NBC. Plus visit www.ancestry.com/wdytya starting Saturday morning to learn more about using death records in your research.
I have been attempting to record me family tree of which I am reasonably knowledgable by memory and my own personal records over time. However the website decided to put my brother as a partner to my mother then doubled up the entire family tree when I deleted him and added him to his proper location. I’m a gurst. This iss not a good advertisement. I will not coming back unless Ancestry.com can clean up their act and prevent spineless hackers infesting my family tree online as they have in real life.