DNA + Family Tree = Additional Opportunities

Posted by Anna Swayne on October 31, 2016 in AncestryDNA, Website

Having a small, medium, or large tree attached to your test will help you get the most from your AncestryDNA experience. Whether you started your DNA journey to find out where in the world you came from, or to find a new cousin, attaching a family tree gives you added power when it comes to making Read More

Determining Your DNA Ethnicity Estimate

Posted by Anna Swayne on October 12, 2016 in AncestryDNA

People from all over the world are curious to know where they come from and who has contributed to who they are today. DNA testing can shine some light on those questions though the ethnicity portion of your DNA test results. At AncestryDNA we compare your DNA test to 26 geographic regions around the world Read More

How Science Solved a Romanian Mystery

Posted by Kristen Hyde on August 11, 2016 in AncestryDNA, Research, United Kingdom

Senior Manager of Content at Ancestry, Miriam Silverman, shares her experience researching her family history in Romania and how a DNA match repaired a broken branch of her family tree.  When you come from immigrant stock, it can be very difficult to trace your ancestry back very far. My dad’s dad came over to London as Read More

The Family Historian’s Holiday

Posted by Bryony Partridge on August 8, 2016 in AncestryDNA, United Kingdom

Across many parts of the UK and Ireland, the first two weeks of August are known as the ‘builders holidays’. This is a time when construction sites across the country shut down as builders and their families head for the beaches of Bognor or Bundoran. August is a time for holidays. Assuming your family haven’t Read More