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Details: Search every name, state, and territory for free and view the 1940 census index. Limited time only.
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Ancestry.com has since moved passed just offering information for US family histories and expanded into many different countries such as Canada, Australia, China, and select European countries
Ancestory.com was started in 1983 as Ancestry Inc. by John Sittner as a genealogy newsletter. The newsletter would see some success and by 1994 would become a full blown magazine. Ancestry magazine would become a popular form of reading for many users who wanted to learn about uncovering their family histories among reading articles about others success.
In 1997 Western Standard Publishing would purchase Ancestry INC and eventually sell it off to one of their subsidiaries Infobase Inc.
Under the leadership of the Paul Allen and Dan Taggart Ancestry would grow into a geneology website geared towards helping individuals find information about their past. The two would eventually leave Western Standard Publishing, buying out Ancestry as their own.
In 2012 Ancestry.com was acquired by Permira Advisers LLP who continue to run and maintain the website today.
Ansestry.com does not give users a list of their family trees right off the bat by just logging into the site. Users are expected to log in and begin using the vast amount of historical information to skim and find information about their family lineage.
Ansestry.com makes this easier for people by offering the ability to refine and specify searches so specific information only appears, people can then move backwards piecing together the puzzle of their family.
Customers will be provided different methods of linking their family history such as census information from as far back as the late 1800s, death certificates, marriage certificates, and much more. Ancestry is also always adding new features and buying new technologies and sources of to help individuals get the most of the site and find new lines of relatives.
DNA tests are also available where customers can send in DNA to be analyzed to help even better find family trees and lineages.
Ancestry is an online site which provides the genealogy research site offersGenealogical DNA tests of
- Autosomal DNA
- Paternal Y-chromosome DNA
- Maternal mitochondrial DNA
Ancestry.com coupons with Coupofy:
Ancestry.com can be a pricy service to sign up for so Coupofy has partnered with Ancestry.com to provide exclusive coupons to get people access to the site at discounted rates.
To take advantage of a variety of ancestry.com coupons just go to the Coupofy page for Ancestry.com and pick the coupon you would like to use. Go to the ancestry.com page and paste the Ancestry.com coupon that you would like to use into the checkout.
Prices will be applied immediately and users can go on to using the site at a discounted rate!
Ancestry.com currently accepts all major credit cards as a form of payment. This includes
- American Express
At the current time PayPal is not an accepted form of payment on Ancestry.com
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