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5 Amazing Things You Can Discover About Your Ancestors Through Newspapers

You know where your ancestors were born, where they died, how many kids they had. But what if you could discover even richer details: How past generations lived, what they cared about, the events that shaped their lives? Newspapers.com, which you can access as part of an Ancestry All Access subscription, helps you explore the past as Read More

Meant to Be: A Mother and Son Reunited After 30 Years

On December 29, Jen headed to work on what she thought was just another Tuesday. She had no idea that before the day ended, her world would be rocked by a message on Ancestry from the son she had given up for adoption 30 years before. This is the incredible story. Back in 1985 Jen* was 17. She had Read More

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AncestryDNA Test Named Best by The Wirecutter

In a recent report by The Wirecutter, Ancestry’s DNA test was named as “the best DNA ancestry testing kit.” The New York Times-owned The Wirecutter found that Ancestry’s product is the best DNA testing service for those who want to learn more about their ethnic roots or connect with unknown relatives. AncestryDNA Stands Out Above Rivals Read More

Ancestry Tourism: Traveling to Your Family’s Past

For many people, vacation means relaxing on the beach or an all-you-can eat buffet on a cruise. For others, holiday travel involves connecting more deeply with their destination through their family stories. This second group isn’t motivated by morbid curiosity or idle thrill-seeking, though. Instead, as described in leading publications such as The New York Times they’re Read More