Holiday Traditions from Around the World

Posted by pplotkin on December 19, 2018 in AncestryDNA, Canada, Holidays

Whether you are opening a gift or meeting someone new at a party, the holiday season can be a time of revelation and surprise. But, as much as the season is about discoveries, it is also a time of reflection and  offers a great opportunity to connect with our family’s past and to enjoy traditions Read More

Who Do You Think You Are? Recap: Regina King

Posted by pplotkin on December 18, 2018 in AncestryDNA, Who Do You Think You Are?

When Regina King started down the path to discover her ancestors, she knew their history may include some hardships. She was ready to face those hardships, because she believes “uncomfortable conversations are where solutions live.” During Regina’s journey to learn about her 2x great-grandfather, Moses Crosby, she learned first-hand about facing difficult facts about the Read More

12 Days of Connections

Posted by pplotkin on December 5, 2018 in Holidays, In The Community

This holiday season, we are honored to share the reunions of 12 Ancestry customers who found long lost family members. We are inspired by the connections, love, and hope from these stories, and we hope you will be too! Check back as we add each story throughout the month.   “Thanks to AncestryDNA, my FULL Read More

Descendants of Honor

Posted by pplotkin on November 7, 2018 in Campaigns, Holidays

This Veterans Day, we are featuring the diverse descendants of Medal of Honor recipients to showcase the fact that our military heroes truly come from everywhere. Here are a few of their stories. Christopher Langlois – Descendant Christopher Flynn – Medal of Honor Recipient Ireland “I was named after him. I try to live up Read More

This Week in History – November 5

Posted by pplotkin on November 5, 2018 in News, This Week in History

This Week in History is Ancestry’s look back at notable events from the past. Featuring three moments from our Newspapers.com archives, this Week in History is our way of remembering what came before us. In honor of Veteran’s Day on November 11th, we remember our American heroes and their service to our country. During the week Read More

This Week in History – October 29

Posted by pplotkin on October 29, 2018 in News, This Week in History

This Week in History is Ancestry’s look back at notable events from the past. Featuring three moments from our Newspapers.com archives, this Week in History is our way of remembering what came before us. During the week of October 29, Hurricane Hattie struck Belize, President Ronald Reagan signed a bill establishing Martin Luther King Jr. Read More

This Week in History – October 22

Posted by pplotkin on October 22, 2018 in News, This Week in History

This Week in History is Ancestry’s look back at notable events from the past. Every week, we feature three moments in history from our Newspapers.com archives – anything from important anniversaries, to tragic occurrences, interesting tidbits to entertaining factoids, This Week in History is our way of remembering what came before us. During the week Read More

Recipe Records – Sweet Potato Pie

Posted by pplotkin on January 18, 2018 in Website

Sweet Potato Pie Recipe from The Pantagraph Wednesday, December 25, 1974 Did you know Newspapers.com is filled with delicious recipes that are easy to make? If you haven’t tried sweet potato pie before, you’re going to want to create this delectable dessert from The Pantagraph on Christmas day, 1974. Only nine ingredients are needed to Read More

Recipe Records – Green Bean Casserole

Posted by pplotkin on January 17, 2018 in Website

Green Bean Casserole Recipe from The Boston Globe Saturday, December 13, 1947 Did you know Newspapers.com is filled with delicious recipes that are easy to make? A green bean casserole is a classic side dish often served during Thanksgiving, but makes for the perfect accompaniment to your meal any day of the year. This particular Read More