Recipe Records – Lemon Squares

Posted by pplotkin on January 15, 2018 in Website

Lemon Squares Recipe from the Globe-Gazette Thursday, February 18, 1971 Did you know Newspapers.com is filled with delicious recipes that are easy to make? This lemon squares recipe from the 1971 Globe-Gazette is as simple as they come, bursting with sweetness and balanced by a touch of tartness. Find recipes like this with a Newspapers.com Read More

Recipe Records – Cheeseburgers with Piquant Sauce

Posted by pplotkin on January 9, 2018 in Website

Cheeseburgers with Piquant Sauce Recipe from The Cincinnati Enquirer Thursday, February 13, 1947 Did you know Newspapers.com is filled with delicious recipes that are easy to make? Cheeseburgers were just as popular and tasty in 1947 as they are today! Grill up some juicy patties and slather on a homemade piquant sauce from this Cincinnati Read More

Recipe Records – Grilled Fish Tacos

Posted by pplotkin on January 7, 2018 in Website

Grilled Fish Tacos Recipe from The Signal Thursday, June 15, 1995 Did you know Newspapers.com is filled with delicious recipes that are easy to make? It’s raining cilantro, hallelujah! These Grilled Fish Tacos are a fresh and easy meal for one—or a feast for the whole family. This recipe was printed in the June 15th, Read More

Recipe Records – Chili

Posted by pplotkin on January 3, 2018 in Website

Chili Recipe from The Des Moines Tribune Thursday, September 28, 1933 Did you know Newspapers.com is filled with delicious recipes that are easy to make? If you’re craving some heat, a yummy bowl of chili will warm you up on these icy winter days. Using only eight ingredients, this prize-winning chili recipe from the 1933 Des Read More

Recipe Records – Carrot Cake

Posted by pplotkin on January 2, 2018 in Website

Carrot Cake Recipe from The Age Tuesday, April 4, 1989 Did you know Newspapers.com is filled with delicious recipes that are easy to make? This classic Carrot Cake—similar to a baked bread pudding—has a cream cheese lemon frosting, decorated with halved walnuts for a flavorful crunch. This recipe was discovered in the Australian newspaper The Age Read More

RootsWeb Security Update

Posted by Tony Blackham on December 23, 2017 in Website

Update: RootsWeb updates can be found on RootsWeb homepage. We want to share an important security update with you. Last Wednesday, December 20, Ancestry’s Information Security Team received a message from a security researcher indicating that he had found a file containing email addresses/username and password combinations as well as user names from a RootsWeb.com Read More

Mexican Research: Not Just For “Dia de los Muertos” Anymore

Posted by Sandy Olney on November 14, 2017 in ProGenealogists, Website

In the not too distant past, “many people of Mexican descent only thought about researching their ancestry on the Day of the Dead,” according to Evan Christensen, a genealogist at AncestryProGenealogists. But that wasn’t due to a lack of interest in their rich family histories. In fact, AncestryProGenealogists research team manager Joseph Shumway believes that Read More

PBS’ Finding Your Roots Returns October 3 at 8/7c

Posted by Jessica Latinović on September 26, 2017 in Website

A brand new season of PBS’ hit show Finding Your Roots, hosted by Henry Louis Gates, Jr., premieres on Tuesday, October 3 at 8/7c. This star studded season features some of our favorite comedians, journalists, and A-list celebrities. Catch the season teaser below: Episode 1 | The Impression Guests: Larry David and Bernie Sanders. Two Read More

New! New York Death Index, 1880-1956

Posted by Juliana Szucs on September 6, 2017 in Collections

If you’re researching in New York State, we have some good news for you. Ancestry has just launched a collection of New York State death indexes covering 1880 to 1956. The collection includes more than 5 million names of people who died in New York State. Prior to this release, this index was only on Read More