Ancestry.com

Discussion in 'Education & Learning' started by Von Jones, Feb 17, 2015.

  1. Chrissy Cross

    Chrissy Cross Veteran Member
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    Died young whoever that was :(....that's the year my son was born and some poor mother lost a son then...makes me sad.
     
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  2. Augusta Heathbourne

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    FamilySearch.org is a free website for searching family history documents. If you find that you have the patience to spend hours and hours poring over endless pages of dates, names, places and various wild goose chases and are eager to go back for more... THEN you are a person for whom the Ancestry membership would be worth the price. They have an extraordinary range of resources, as well as many guides and tutorials for how to go about conducting research. I have been a member for about 16 years and still love the riches it provides.

    Many public libraries have institutional memberships allowing library patrons to access Ancestry for free, which is a wonderful perk worth using if you are unmoved to join personally.
     
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